Sep 22, 2017
Management is a broad-based discipline. The faculty offers courses for students who desire either a specific business emphasis within management or a general business degree. Most management graduates enter into an internship or training program where they can integrate their general business skills with specific job responsibilities.
Since management is a broad field, variation is allowed in academic programs. Management majors are urged to focus their course work in an area of concentration.
Group A electives—3-9
BSAD courses not previously applied
Group B electives—0-6
Electives may be selected from ACCT, ECON, FNCE, INFS or MKTG courses
Business Major Course/GPA Requirements
Students must complete the required and elective major courses (27 credits) with a minimum GPA of 2.33 (C+). The GPA is figured including all courses attempted—even those in which a D is received and which, therefore, do not apply towards the 27 credits of the major.
All management majors must obtain a C (2.00) minimum grade in ACCT 121 , ACCT 122 and a C (2.00) minimum grade in BSAD 355 .
Sufficient credits to complete the 124 credits required for graduation.
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Students must take all courses designated in the Andrews Core Experience: Professional Degrees while noting the following approved course substitutions. Note: if a student changes to another degree program, these course substitutions will no longer apply even if already completed.
The School of Business Administration does not accept 100-200 level courses (i.e. lower division) as transfer work to replace 300-400 level courses (i.e. upper division).
Students must complete in residence in the School of Business Administration at Andrews University a minimum of 50% (33 credits) of the course work for the BBA degree (66 credits=39 credits in the BBA core + 27 credits in BBA required/elective major courses).
- Students will be able to identify the major theory and concepts of business across business functional areas.
- Students will be able to incorporate relevant quantitative and qualitative data in the analysis.
- Students will be able to identify relevant business theories in analyzing business issues and apply appropriate theories in addressing business problems.
- Students will be able to deliver oral presentations clearly, confidently, and in an organized format, and present their written thoughts in a coherent narrative to articulate complex ideas.
- Students will be able to identify Christian perspectives when approaching business issues and understand the Judea-Christian foundation of personal and professional integrity, accountability, and experience positive spiritual growth.
- Students will be able to explain how the required and elective Management major courses integrated with the other functional areas of business.
- Students will be able to explain the major concepts, theory, and practice of their required Management major courses: Business & Society,
Human Resource Management, Entrepreneuring, Motivation and Work Behavior, International Management, and Quality Management.
- Students in Management will be able to articulate that their understanding of Christian principles and ethics related positively to their
- Students will be able to explain that the rigor and content of their Management major courses adequately prepared them for their careers in