Bachelor of Business Administration

The Bachelor of Business Administration is a science in which student study eight academic departments: General Education, Accounting, Economics, Finance, Management & Organization, Management Science, Marketing, and the Biblical Study.


REQUIRED:      93 units

General Education Courses:   30 units 

Accounting Study Courses:    6 units 

Business Administration Study Courses:   9 units 

Economics Study Courses:    6 units 

Finance Study Courses:     6 units 

Management and Organization Courses:   9 units

Management Computer Science Courses:  6 units

Marketing Study Courses:    9 units

Biblical Study Courses:    12 units

ELECTIVE:      27 units

General Education Courses:   15 units 

Business Administration Study Courses:   3 units 

Management and Organization Courses:   3 units

Management Computer Science Courses:   3 units

Marketing Study Courses:    3 units

TOTAL       120 units

Courses for First Year (36)

Required (30)

GD100 Introduction to Linguistics (3)

GD101 English Ⅰ (3)

GD104 Humanities (3)

GD110 Introduction to Philosophy (3)

BA100 Introduction to Financial Accounting (3)

BE100 Principles of Microeconomics (3)

BF100 Introductory Financial Management (3)

BJ100 Administrative Management (3)

BM100 Introduction to Marketing (3)

BS100 Introduction to Old Testament (3)

Elective (6)

GD121 American History (3)

BE233 Environmental Economics (3)

Courses for Second Year (36)

Required (30)

GD230 Introduction to Logics (3)

GD231 Mathematics (3)

GD240 Introduction to Psychology (3)

GD260 Introduction to Computer Application (3)

BA200 Managerial Cost Accounting (3)

BE200 Principles of Macroeconomics (3)

BJ246 International Business Environment (3)

BM234 Marketing Research (3)

BS110 Introduction to New Testament (3)

BS200 Introduction to the Theology (3)

Elective (6)

GD201 English II (3)

BF230 International Finance (3)

Courses for Third Year (36)

Required (21)

GD361 Computer Science (3)

GD381 American Politics (3)

BB365 Business Policy (3)

BJ358 Personnel Management (3)

BK373 Managerial Economics (3)

BM351 International Marketing (3)

BS400 Introduction to Missiology (3)

Electives (6)

GD220 Introduction to Education (3)

GD232 General Physics (3)

Courses for Fourth Year (36)

Required (9)

BB488 Honors Project (3)

BB489 Undergraduate Honors Seminar (3)

BK480 Management Information Systems (3)

Elective (12)

GD232 General Physics (3)

GD233 General Chemistry (3)

BA370 Special Topics in Accounting (3)

BK476 Managerial Decision Models (3)


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