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Undergraduate Academic Catalog 2019 - 2020 
    
Undergraduate Academic Catalog 2019 - 2020 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Business Administration - Business Management


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Program Director: Suzanna Dobric-Veiss, Ph.D.

Overview

This major is designed to provide expansive knowledge of the business environment from a systems perspective. Classes such as management, organizational behavior, marketing and accounting provide the foundation for advanced classes in finance, economics, statistics, research and analysis. A business issue or concern is researched and analyzed to help students focus on practical information to develop a strategic plan that benefits the business or organization. Together, all the courses provide a practical guide to business operations in a variety of organizations, from entrepreneurial to well established. Threaded throughout the major is an ethical perspective. The major is designed to provide a solid background for graduates to use in seeking responsible employment or promotion.

Admissions Requirements

  • Application form and fee
  • A minimum 2.4 GPA, below 2.4 can submit a petition
  • Two years’ postsecondary work experience.
    • Need a minimum of 6 transferable units, below 6 units can submit a petition
    • Note: need 60 units before starting the major

Program Student Learning Outcomes

  1. Students will articulate the practical applications of management and leadership theories, management principles, and business studies through working with applied business problems, projects and case studies. 
  2. Students will identify, evaluate and synthesize information by utilizing the most appropriate quantitative and qualitative methods, tools, devices and modalities for effective leadership and decision-making. 
  3. Students will demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between organizational leadership, business administration and the Christian faith through their ability to discern, reason, and create resolutions to ethical issues. 
  4. Students will present and discuss management theory and business practices through effective verbal and nonverbal communication in group settings.  
  5. Students will demonstrate logical reasoning, and critical analysis to develop and implement business concepts and management practice in an effective manner through proper written language.

Credit-Bearing Grades

Students must earn a C- or higher to receive credit for their business management courses. Exceptions: Students may receive credit for BIB-314 and BIB-451, as well as any other general education or elective course, with a D -.

Program Length

Eighteen-month cohort program.

Locations Offered

North Fresno, Visalia, and Merced Campuses, Online

General Education Prerequisites (9 units)


Required Courses (39 Units)


The following units must be earned at Fresno Pacific University:

Electives


Elective units as needed to meet the Bachelor of Arts minimum. This requirement may be met through allowable college coursework, Advanced Placement exams, College Level Examination Program, International Baccalaureate exams, Military or ACE credit and Prior Learning Assessment.

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