Overview

The Bachelor of Business Administration is designed to expose students to the theories and practices of business organizations operating within a global economy. Students are expected to gain an understanding of business disciplines including management, leadership, accounting, marketing, finance, strategy, and international business. The course will also equip students with valuable professional skills – business writing, communication, problem-solving, teamwork, and digital literacy.

 

 


 

 

 
 

Admissions Requirements

  • A high school diploma or GED
  • GPA of 2.0 or higher
  • An application with Piedmont International University
  • Complete the FAFSA
  • Follow all steps of admissions
 

Objectives

Upon completion of the program, students will be equipped to do the following:

  • Understand the global, ethical, and social-political context of business;
  • 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 to solve business problems;
  • Demonstrate effective written and oral communication skills integrating digital tools;
  • Contribute effectively within organizations as leaders and team members;
  • Improve society by applying Christian values to their professional and civic responsibilities.
 

Summary of Required Hours

Biblical Studies  
General Education  
Speciality Area  
Total 134

Degree Completion Plan

Year 1: 32 credits

Fall Semester                                             Spring Semester

Code

Course

Credit

Code

Course

Credit

GE101

English Composition I

3

GE102

English Composition 2

3

MG111

Introduction to Management

3

BH104

 

Biblical Interpretation

 

3

MG243

Principles of Accounting I

3

GE111

Mathematics Survey

3

GC100

Introduction to Computers

1

MG113

Introduction to Marketing

3

BH100

Introduction to the Bible

3

PE__

PE Activity

1

GH101

Survey of World History I

3

GP202

General Psychology

3

Total

 

16

Total

 

16

Year 2: 36 credits

Fall Semester                                             Spring Semester

Code

Course

Credit

Code

Course

Credit

MGxxx

Economics 1

3

BN102

New Testament Survey

3

GO302

Introduction to Sociology

3

GH201/202

US History to/since 1865

3

GC207

Survey of Physical Science

3

MG224

Human Resource Management

3

BO101

Old Testament Survey

3

MG245

Management Information

Systems

3

GH204

American Government

3

GP302

Human Growth and Development*

3

MGxxx

Accounting II

3

MGxxx

Statistics for Business

3

Total

 

18

Total

 

18

 

*Students may elect to do a semester abroad/Sports Management/Criminal Justice or other disciplinary elective in lieu of this course.

Year 3: 33 credits

Fall Semester                                             Spring Semester

Code

Course

Credit

Code

Course

Credit

MG322

Entrepreneurship

3

MG222

Group Leadership and

Communication

3

MI406

Cultural Anthropology

3

MG321

Marketing Strategy

3

MG438

Managerial Economics*

3

BP102

Business Analytics*

3

MGxxx

Organizational Behavior

3

CJ 315

Introduction to Human Rights#

3

MGxxx

Finance

3

GHxxx

International Relations

3

 

 

 

MGxxx

Real Estate*

3

Total

 

15

Total

 

18

 

*Students may elect to do a semester abroad/Sports Management/Criminal Justice or other disciplinary elective in lieu of this course.

Year 4: 30 credits

Fall Semester                                             Spring Semester

Code

Course

Credit

Code

Course

Credit

MG334

Corporate Responsibility and Ethics

3

MGxxx

Senior Capstone

3

CJ408

Cybercrime

3

MGXXX

Machine Learning and Predictive Analytics*

3

MG436

Effective Executive Leadership*

3

MG437

Business Law

3

CJ410

White Collar Crime

3

MGxxx

Supply Chain Management*

 

3

MGxxx

Internship

3

MGxxx

Internship

3

Total

 

15

Total

 

15

The student must have: