The major in Business Administration provides training in a broad base of management, technical, and financial skills for future leaders in business or nonprofits. Internships are an essential component of this program.
Issues covered in the Economics major reflect today's news headlines: How can trade policies reduce poverty? What role do biblical stewardship principles play in today's economies? What about global trade?
Whether you plan to serve as an accountant or a CFO, a major in Accounting will help you create and oversee everything from budgets to profit-and-loss statements – while learning the importance of professional responsibility, ethics, and servant leadership.
For an even deeper experience, you may want to combine your SBGE major with an SBGE minor. With at least 15 non-overlapping credits, you may combine:
Contact your faculty advisor for a more detailed explanation.