May 25, 2019  
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog

Business Administration: Healthcare Management - Adult Studies, B.B.A.


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College of Business Mission Statement

The College of Business develops future business leaders with the Christian virtues of character, servant leadership, and cultural engagement. These leaders will positively impact their business organizations and the community at large.

Bachelor of Business Administration Mission Statement

The Bachelor of Business Administration degree prepares graduates, in a non-traditional environment, with the basic tools necessary to achieve success in an ever-changing business environment. This is enhanced by a curriculum with challenging core courses in basic business knowledge and applications, enhanced by upper-level electives or concentration specific courses. The degree is designed to allow graduates to satisfy goals such as professional development, career advancement, personal growth, or job mobility.

Curriculum Summary - Business Administration: Healthcare Management, B.B.A.

General Education Core

  30 hours

Business Core

  39 hours

Healthcare Mangement Concentration

  21 hours

Cognate Courses

    6 hours

General Electives

  24 hours

Total

120 hours

Exit exam. All business students must take an end of program examination as a graduation requirement. This is a comprehensive exam covering all of the major business disciplines and the results are used for outcomes assessment purposes. The exam is taken as part of the Senior Seminar (BUS 490) course.

Minimum Grades in Courses.  No grade below “C” in a course required for the major or minor (including cognates and specified electives) will count toward satisfying that course requirement. This policy does not refer to general education requirements or elective courses.

Degree Requirements (120 Cr. Hrs.)


University Core Requirements (30 Cr. Hrs.)


University Core Curriculum (Adult Studies)  

Specified Quantitative Literacy Requirement: MAT 113  

General Electives (24 Cr. Hrs.)


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