The Bachelor of Arts in Management & Business Ethics is designed to develop student practitioner-scholars who are able to use transferable managerial and business skills of organizational development, system-thinking, entrepreneurship, and effective communication and writing in order to work with diverse stakeholders in a global society. The purpose of the Bachelor of Arts degree in Management & Business Ethics is to expose students to a broad view of the issues of business organizations with a focus on business fundamentals and specific management disciplines while preparing students to analyze organizational operations, communicate ideas, and implement decisions that affect operations in a fast-paced business environment.








Admissions Requirements

  • A high school diploma or GED
  • GPA of 2.0 or higher
  • Minimum ACT composite score of 17 or minimum SAT combined score of 1230
  • An application with Piedmont International University
  • Follow all steps of admissions


Upon completion of the Bachelor of Arts in Management & Business Ethics, students will be equipped to do the following:

  • Understand the global, ethical, and social-political context of management and its orientation within business frameworks.
  • Integrate content knowledge from the core areas of business and management by engaging in experiential learning opportunities, within the classroom and the community.
  • Use strategic analysis and decision-making skills effectively, supported by the appropriate quantitative methods and theoretical constructs.
  • Develop effective written and oral communication skills.
  • Contribute effectively within organizations as leaders and/or team members.
  • Apply Christian values to their professional and civic responsibilities.

Summary of Required Hours

Total 121

Degree Completion Plan

Year 1 Fall  
BO101 Old Testament Survey 3
GE101 English Composition I 3
GS201 Principles of Speech 3
GC111 Mathematics Survey 3
MG111 Introduction to Management 3
CS101 Community Service 0.5
  Total  15.5
Year 1 Spring  
BN102 New Testament Survey 3
GE102 English Composition II 3
GO302 Introduction to Sociology 3
MG113 Introduction to Marketing 3
SC___ Science Survey 4
CS102 Community Service 0.5
  Total 16.5


Year 2 Fall  
GP202 General Psychology 3
MG243 Principles of Accounting 3
TH101 Intro to System Theology 3
CS201 Community Service 0.5
PE___ PE Activity 1
  General Elective 3
  Social/Behavioral Science Elective 3
  Total  16.5
Year 2 Spring  
MG224 Ind. Rel./Human Resource Management 3
TH202 Theology of Holiness 3
CS202 Community Service 0.5
PE___ PE Activity 1
  Fine Arts Elective 3
  History Elective 3
  Total  13.5
Year 3 Fall  
MG322 Entrepreneurship 3
MG438 Managerial Economics 3
CS301 Community Service 0.5
  Bible Elective 3
  Bible Elective 3
  Elective 3
  Total  15.5
Year 3 Spring  
MG222 Group Leadership and Communication 3
MG231 Marketing Strategy 3
CS302 Community Service 0.5
  Bible Elective 3
  Literature Elective 3
  Elective 3
  Total  15.5


Year 4 Fall  
MG334 Corporate Responsibility and Ethics 3
MG399 Management Internship 3
MG436 Effective Executive Leadership 3
CS401 Community Service 0.5
  Bible Elective 3
  Bible Elective 3
  Total 15.5
Year 4 Spring  
MG437 Business Law 3
HU450 Senior Capstone 3
CS402 Community Service 0.5
  Bible Elective 3
  Elective 3
  Total  12.5




Our passion is to graduate men and women who are thoroughly equipped to be successful leaders who obey the Great Commandment, fulfill the Great Commission, and live abundant lives for the glory of God.