Pursue your calling to be an equipped business leader with a Christian worldview.



The Bachelor of Science in Business has a focus on business and management. Students will learn to apply practical business principles to any organizational setting, and integrate Christian principles into one’s personal and professional life. Students engage with each other and experienced faculty to develop practical and relevant business skills. Students learn from a Christian Worldview that prepares them to be morally and ethically grounded.


Career Opportunities:


This degree is applicable for a variety of positions in business and management. It is especially designed for positions in organizations that focus on customer service, administration, supervision, and business leadership.

Core Classes

Semester 1

GEN 322 Research and Concept Development Skills 3
LEA 374 Working with Teams 3
BIB 342 Life of Christ 3
LEA 372 Organizational Leadership 3

Semester 2

MIN 362 Marketplace Ministry 3
THE 454 Knowing God 3
HUM 332 Personal and Social Ethics 3
THE 352 Biblical Theology of Leadership 3

Semester 3

BUS 430 Management of Marketing 3
BUS 465 Finance and Budgeting for Managers 3
BUS 470 Personnel Development 3
ECO 305 Introduction to Economics 3

Semester 4

BUS 445 Accounting II 3
BUS 475 Operations Management 3
BUS 485 Strategic Management 3
BUS 495 Business Portfolio 3

Total Credits


What Students Love

  • Experienced and highly rated faculty
  • A stimulating academic environment
  • Cohort groups with an average of 14 students provide maximum interaction and support from instructors
  • Cohorts meet online in an efficient, accelerated program
  • Students from a variety of cultures and ministry backgrounds


Admission Requirements:


  • Admissions Application free to apply
  • Official Transcripts from all prior colleges where the student wishes to transfer college credits.



  • Varies depending on transfer credits.  Roughly 24 months to complete bachelor credits (48 core, 12 concentration).



  • 60 bachelor credits (48 core, 12 concentration), 120 total credits required to graduate with a bachelor’s degree.