- FEATURED COURSES
- + BI 205 -Bible Study Methods and Application
An introduction to the principles and practice of inductive Bible study, with emphasis on the effective communication of biblical truth. This course will include assignments intended to develop skills in expository writing and biblical instruction. Christian Ministry requirements are also embedded in this course.
- + BU 255 -Fundamentals of Business Law
This course introduces the ethics and legal framework of business. Emphasis is placed on contracts, negotiable instruments, the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC), and the working of the court systems. Upon completion, students should be able to apply ethical issues and laws covered to selected business decision-making situations.
- + BU 260 -International Business
This course familiarizes students with important considerations in conducting business in an increasingly global economy. It will help prepare students for positions in organizations engaged in global business. Students will be exposed to some of the issues encountered in global business. Key topics will include cultural, trade, ethical, political and economic issues.
- + BU 322 -Social Entrepreneurship and Cultural Intelligence
This course will provide students with a unique opportunity to be exposed to five distinct cultural groups living in the small Caribbean country of Belize. Students will explore the relationship between faith and business, and the concept of poverty alleviation through enterprise. Students will examine business practices in each of the cultural groups and apply culturally intelligent business practices. Additional fee required.
- + BU 372 -Organizational Leadership
This course will provide an understanding of the topic of leadership in four contexts: intrapersonal and interpersonal relationships, organizational structure, processes, and culture. Students will gain an understanding of organizational leadership from a theoretical, practical and biblical point of view. The biblical approach of the covenant will be used as a unifying theme for leadership best practices within each of these contexts.
- + BU 373 -Business Communication
The skills needed for communication competence for professional settings will be explored. Attention is given to listening, verbal and nonverbal communication, small group work, and professional writing. Opportunities to discuss and practice business interactions using a variety of styles, settings, and delivery systems are built into the course. This course is designed to prepare students to succeed in the everchanging business environment.
- + BU 485 -Strategic Management
This course integrates techniques and learning in management, accounting, finance, economics, operations and marketing and focuses on organizational strategies and policies. This senior-level course utilizes a corporate simulation approach in which students develop and lead their own company to meet organizational goals.
- + BU 499 -Business Internship
A faculty-supervised internship that integrates previous classroom learning with practical experiences acquired at an approved internship site for a total of 120 hours. Emphasis will be on application of skills and concepts in a business setting.