Major in Management

Management is a profession with an unlimited variety of exciting employment opportunities in the business world and beyond. Faculty use their education, work experience, and wisdom to bring in real-world applications for students to discuss. Professionals from around the community are brought in to provide students with current issues facing management and how they deal with these issues. This creates a learning environment that stimulates and nourishes the critical thinking skills needed for a career in management. 

The BBA in Management classes are taught in the Brown-Kopel Business Center which provides an outstanding learning environment for developing the skills needed in today's competitive business environment. Alumni of FHU have careers as business owners, careers in management, and careers in the international marketplace, just to name a few. 

Faculty members are also committed to helping students cultivate faith, strengthen service attitudes, and develop balance in church, family, community, and career. They do this by weaving biblical examples throughout each course.

Business students can participate in professional and honor organizations, workshops, and career expos to help network with employers and other students. These networking opportunities prove valuable to the students when seeking employment after graduation. 

4 - Year Plans

To make your path to graduation a little easier, four-year plans for students planning to major in Management have been created:

Degree Requirements

B.B.A./M.B.A. in Management

Program Coordinator: Dr. Joe Cotter

A student who completes this program will receive both the B.B.A. and the M.B.A Degrees. 

For a complete list of requirements for graduation, see Academics: Degree/Graduation

 

150 hours

I. Liberal Arts Core Requirements

Listed in this catalog under Academics: Liberal Arts Display

Limit II. C. Quantitative Reasoning to MAT 235 Introductory Statistics

34 hours


II. Core Common Professional Component for all B.B.A. majors:

39 hours

ACC 231

Principles of Accounting I

3

ACC 233

Principles of Accounting II 

3

BUS 254

Business Technology

3

BUS 351

Business Communications (W)

3

BUS 354

Legal Environment of Business

3

BUS 355

Statistical and Quantitative Analysis for Business

3

BUS 455

Business Ethics (W)

3

BUS 459

Business Strategy (W)

3

ECO 271

Macroeconomics

3

ECO 272

Microeconomics

3

FIN 385

Managerial Finance

3

MGT 241

Principles of Management

3

MKT 261

Principles of Marketing

3



 

III. Major Requirement:

48 hours

ACC 332

Management Accounting

3

ACC 530

Managerial Accounting

3

BUS 550

Analytical Decision Tools

3

BUA 559*

Strategic Decision Making

3

ECO 570

Economic Thought

3

FIN 580

Financial Management

3

LDR 543

Leading Teams and Organizations

3

MGT 341

Human Resource Management

3

MGT 345

Operations & Supply Chain Management

MGT 346

Leadership

3

MGT 443

Entrepreneurship

3

MGT 444

Organizational Behavior

3

MGT 540

Operations Management

3

MKT 560

Marketing Management

3

Choose two (2) of the following courses:

6 hours

ACC 531

Principles of Taxation II

(3)

ACC 538

Fraud Examination

(3)

BUS 510

Business Communication

(3)

BUS 520

Business Law and Ethics

(3)

     

IV. Electives (including additional Bible)

29 hours

   

*Functions as a capstone course for the program; to be taken during the last spring or last fall semester before anticipated graduation