BA Business (B.A.)
GENERAL EDUCATION STUDIES: 51 Hours
General Education: 14 hours
COM 1143 Fundamentals of Speech Communication
ENG 1113 Composition and Rhetoric I
ENG 1123 Composition and Rhetoric II
3 hours from the following:
ENG 2233 American Literature I
ENG 2243 American Literature II
ENG 2273 Introduction to Literature
GES 1122 Strategies for Student Success
Social/Behavioral Sciences: 9 hours
GOV 2213 National and State Government
HIS 1113 American History I
PSY 1153 Introduction to Psychology
Natural Science/Mathematics: 6 hours
3 hours from the following:
BIO 1113 Biological Sciences
PHY 1113 Physical Science
MTH 1123 College Algebra
Physical Education: 4 hours
PED 2232 Wellness and Lifestyle
2 hours from activity courses without duplication: PED 1101-2291
General Biblical Studies: 18 hours
BIB 1223 The Church in Ministry and Mission
BIB 2213 Bible Study
REL 1133 Authentic Christianity
REL 1173 Introduction to Biblical Literature
THE 2113 Introduction to Theology and Apologetics
THE 2333 Pentecostal Doctrine and History
MAJOR STUDIES: 57 Hours
Core Studies: 38 hours
ACC 2213 Principles of Financial Accounting
BUS 1112 A Christian Vision of Business
BUS 1123 Survey of Economics
BUS 2133 Technology Application Certifications
BUS 2253 Business Law I
BUS 3413 Statistics
BUS 4113 Business Ethics
BUS 4443 Business Finance
BUS 4453 International Business
BUS 4473 Strategy and Policy in Business
MGT 2313 Principles of Management
MGT 2383 Management Communications
MKT 2323 Principles of Marketing
Professional Development: 19 hours
BUS 3123 Project Management
BUS 3133 Global Team Leadership
BUS 4123 Quality Improvement and Management
BUS 4591 Business Administration Internship
HRM 3113 Human Resource Management
6 hours of upper level courses from ACC/HRM/MGT/MKT
GENERAL ELECTIVES: 12 Hours
TOTAL PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS: 120 Hours
The Business specialization is designed to provide academic experiences with a Christian perspective to facilitate students’ abilities to perform responsibly and effectively in entry-level positions in the business administrative environment.
Upon completion of this program, students will:
Utilize critical thinking skills and knowledge competencies to generate business strategies across a broad range of disciplines.
Apply management fundamentals including planning, organizing, directing, and controlling a business organization.
Demonstrate an understanding of how legal and ethical principles influence and impact organizations.
Additional Program Stipulations
All full-time students are to include one General Biblical Studies course each semester until degree requirements have been satisfied.
First-year students enrolled full-time are to include GES 1122 in their first semester schedule.
First-year students are to enroll in activity physical education courses each of their first two semesters at SAGU. Exceptions will be granted only with approval of the College Dean.
All students must obtain and complete a 120-hour internship in their major field of study, subject to departmental approval.