Undergraduate Programs

  • Accounting Major

    The accounting major surveys the principles, theories, and concepts of the accounting profession while providing an intense review of the economic, quantitative, and managerial aspects of business.

  • Accounting Minor

    Gain an understanding of the principles, theories, and concepts of the accounting profession, as you learn how to identify, analyze, and solve accounting challenges in ways that are practical, effective, and Christ-centered.

  • Business Analytics Major

    This program equips students to use data science and data analytics to make wise business decisions, and gives them a chance to focus their studies on accounting, economics, finance, or marketing.

    This program offers the following areas of study: Accounting, Economics, Finance, and Marketing.

  • Business Analytics Minor

    The program is for students seeking expertise in data science and data analytics with a specialization in the field of business, teaching them how to analyze large quantities of data and discover value-oriented insights across a wide range of data-rich business domains (accounting, economics, finance, marketing, human resource management, and supply chain management).

  • Business Economics Major

    The business economics major provides students analytical skills built on a strong general business foundation. This major focuses on business management responsibilities and the improvement in business decision making that comes from a deeper understanding of the economic environment of business.

  • Business Management Major

    This degree develops competence in conceptual, human, and technical skills necessary to enter into both public- and private-sector organizations.

  • Business Management Minor

    Learn about multiple fields of business and gain a broad understanding of the marketplace as you learn to analyze and solve core management challenges.

  • Digital Marketing and Design Major

    This program prepares individuals to succeed in the digital marketing space and in social media marketing.

  • Economics Minor

    Learn about the primary areas of the economics discipline—supply and demand, marketplace competition, the effects of policy changes, and more—and equip yourself with an understanding of the basics of economic behavior.

  • Entrepreneurship Major

    This major equips students with the basic principles of entrepreneurship and innovation, preparing them for the 21st-century business world.

  • Entrepreneurship Minor

    Gain a solid understanding of multiple business disciplines, including management, finance, marketing, accounting, and economics, and how to formulate business solutions that are innovative, effective, and ethical.

  • Finance Major

    This program aims to equip students with the theoretical understanding and practical skills necessary to evaluate and direct decisions regarding the allocation of financial resources.

  • Finance Minor

    Learn how to engage in the effective, ethical stewardship of the financial resources of individuals, corporations, or financial institutions.

  • Foundations of Business (MBA Prep) Minor

    This minor is for non-business students who are interested in pursuing a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree after completing their bachelor’s program, teaching them the key concepts and skills, both analytical and relational, to be successful managers and leaders in business and society.

  • Foundations of Management (MBM Prep) Minor

    This minor is for non-business students who are interested in pursuing a Master of Business Management (MBM) degree after completing their bachelor’s program, preparing them to become managers and leaders who effectively motivate employees, improve job performance, guide their organizations to invest in their workforce, and recruit and retain the right individuals.

  • Human Resources Minor

    This program equips students with a comprehensive understanding of the fundamental principles and practices of managing human capital within an organization, giving them the knowledge and skills needed to effectively recruit, develop, and retain employees, and to navigate the complex legal and ethical considerations associated with employment.

  • Human Resources and Organizational Development Major

    This interdisciplinary program prepares students for careers in the growing field of human resources, equipping them with skills in managing benefits and policies, designing and leading employee training and development programs, and managing employee relations.

  • International Business Major

    This major equips students to think critically and analytically in business, politics, and cultural interrelationships. Students learn how to survey the dynamics of an interdependent global business environment and solve complex problems in a wide variety of organizational settings.

  • International Business Minor

    Prepare for careers in the dynamic and interdependent global business environment with this program that incorporates a collaborative approach to the study of business, international management, strategic positioning, international trade, macroeconomics, and politics.

  • Leadership Minor

    Pursue excellence in your chosen major while also seeking proficiency as a strengths-driven leader as you learn about whole-person development, leadership and virtue, the role of personal strengths and skills in leadership, and how to lead as an agent of change.

  • Marketing Major

    The marketing major provides students with a strong general business foundation, plus marketing courses that address the primary functional concerns of marketing in industry and commerce.

  • Marketing Minor

    Learn strong foundational skills in the primary areas of marketing, including marketing communications, consumer behavior, marketing research, digital marketing, and more.

  • Public Administration Minor

    Learn about the origin and development of the agencies and appointed officials who develop public policy and rules, and implement and enforce state and federal law, in regard to education, criminal justice, urban planning, social service, and health services management, as well as their relationship to constitutional, elected government, as you prepare for career opportunities with state and federal agencies and publicly funded and nonprofit organizations.

Note: This information is current for the 2023-24 academic year; however, all stated academic information is subject to change. Refer to the current Academic Catalog for more information.

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