Minor in Business Administration (Professional)
Today’s business leaders must be agile and able to adapt to a rapidly changing business world while leading employees by modeling character, integrity, and compassion. Relevant coursework addresses current issues in business and encourages the integration of real-world work experiences and hands-on projects. Students may combine these experiences with internships or international study opportunities to further expand their portfolio and network.
Benefits of Adding a Minor
A minor can help students complement their bachelor’s degree and stand out to future employers, helping them expand their employment opportunities as they study an additional area of interest. The versatility of the business administration minor complements any major, giving students the opportunity to demonstrate management expertise in any field and possibly providing an edge in their job search, while also adding knowledge that can be used throughout an individual’s career.
Certificates, Credentials, and Microcredentials
Throughout the program, students build on existing experience while gaining a strong foundation in business management and leadership. Students in this program also have the opportunity to earn internationally recognized certificates, credentials, and microcredential badges that can be added to résumés and uploaded to online portfolios, certifying and showcasing their mastery of certain skills or abilities to potential employers.
|PRBA 120||Principles of Accounting I||3|
|PRBA 210||Principles of Management||3|
|PRBA 260||Marketing Principles||3|
|PRBA 370||International Business 1||3|
|PRBA 448||Organization and Administrative Behavior 2||3|
|PRBA 305||Operations Management||3|
|PRBA 445||Human Resource Management||3|
Meets the General Education Intercultural Competence requirement.
Meets the General Education Civic Knowledge and Engagement requirement.
Program Learning OutcomesStudents who successfully complete this program shall be able to:
- Critical Thinking: Identify and solve business problems using analytical and critical thinking skills.
- Quantitative Reasoning: Analyze quantitative data to address real-world or discipline-specific business problems.
- Information Technology: Apply current information technologies to business issues.
- Christian Business Ethics: Use biblically-based ethics to make moral and virtuous ethical and socially responsible business decisions.
- Written Communication: Convey ideas clearly and effectively through professional written communication.
- Oral Communication: Communicate in informative or persuasive ways using the appropriate genre, channel, structure, and style.
- Global/Multicultural Awareness: Informed by biblically-based ethics, students will identify and respond to cultural, economic, and political aspects of business in multicultural and global environments.