A degree in General Business offers a range of opportunities. Upon completing your degree, you can:
Use your degree to qualify for a variety of positions, such as a general manager, marketer, project manager, banking specialist, or director of human resources.
Cultivate the skills you need to lead in a business setting — to lead organizational change, to chart strategic direction, to manage diverse employees, and to lead effective teams.
Learn more about the ethical dimensions of business — to lead with character and wisdom.
Springboard into a variety of master’s programs, such as an MBA.
The General Business major will help you to distinguish yourself in your career — wherever that may be.
Students pursuing a General Business degree will need to complete the following courses.
|BUS 103||Introduction to Economics||3 hours|
|BUS 111||Principles of Management||3 hours|
|BUS 113||Principles of Marketing||3 hours|
|BUS 115||Human Resource Management||3 hours|
|BUS 223||Managerial Accounting and Analysis||3 hours|
|BUS 301||Legal Environment of Organizations||3 hours|
|BUS 411||Financial Management||3 hours|
|BUS 423||Introduction to Management Information Systems||3 hours|
|BUS 426||Strategic Planning||3 hours|
|BUS 481||Organizational Ethics||3 hours|
|COM 210||Business and Professional Communication||3 hours|
|PSY 280||Introductory Statistics||3 hours|
|(Varies)||Biblical Studies / Theology /
|(Varies)||College Writing||3 hours|
|(Varies)||Math or Computer Science||3 hours|
|(Varies)||Social Science||6 hours|
These requirements may be met by taking TIU courses (traditional face-to-face, accelerated face-to-face, modular, hybrid, and/or online), though transfer credit, credit for prior college-level learning, or credit by examination. No one course can satisfy two General Education requirements. No more than 9 credits can simultaneously count for both General Education and any major.
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