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2019-2021 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2019-2021 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

School of Business, Economics, and Technology


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Dr. Pat Cowherd, Dean
Dr. Bill Adams
Dr. Ehimwenma Aimiuwu
Dr. Wes Auberry
Dr. Gulsebnem Bishop
Dr. Quiana Bradshaw
Ms. Rose Carter
Dr. Rickey Casey
Mr. Robert Coleman
Dr. Rick Corum
Dr. Charles Crain
Ms. Brooke Dickinson
Dr. Bill Donoher
Dr. Dava Dorjsuren
Ms. Madison Duncan
Dr. Nancy Duresky
Dr. Amanda Ewing
Mr. Khaled Falah
Mr. Jimmie Flores
Mr. Joe Foster
Dr. Mark Fulford
Dr. Mark Gaddis
Ms. Jennifer Graham
Dr. Eric Harter
Ms. Chrys Hines
Dr. Thomas Jeffrey
Dr. Preston Jones
Mr. John Kenney
Dr. Richard Livingood
Ms. Bettye MacFarland
Dr. Rockie McDaniel
Dr. Sunny Onyiri
Dr. Anil Palla
Mr. Kiran Palla
Dr. Charles Robert
Ms. Jill Roberts
Dr. Vernon Roddy
Mr. Fred Rose
Dr. Karen Rush
Dr. Vincent Scovetta
Hon. Bruce Singleton
Hon. Jason Spears
Dr. Bob Street

Purpose

The objective of the faculty of the School of Business, Economics, and Technology is to present collegiate programs in business disciplines, based upon a strong liberal arts foundation delivered in a Christian environment.

Graduate Study

The School of Business, Economics, and Technology offers a Master of Business Administration and Professional Master of Business Administration degrees designed to prepare students for a leadership role in a rapidly changing global marketplace of constantly advancing technology. A strong commitment to Christian values and ethical conduct prepares students to meet the competitive and ethical challenges they will face as managers in an increasingly diverse world. The MBA and PMBA programs prepare students to be financially successful and socially responsible by integrating a thorough foundation in the basic functional areas of business with an understanding of the role of technology in business decision making. The Master of Management and Leadership (MML) degree is designed to prepare students for management and Christian leadership with specialization across disciplines. The Master of Science in Information Technology Management degree equips students with the advanced knowledge and skills needed to reach their potential in the ITM field. See Graduate Bulletin-catalog for more information.

Undergraduate Study

The School offers a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (B.S.B.A.) with areas of emphasis in Accounting, Business Administration, Business Information Technology, Computer Information Systems (CIS), Economics, Entrepreneurship, Healthcare Management, Human Resource Management, Management, and Marketing which satisfy the graduation requirements without a minor. A major is offered in Economics which requires a minor. A major in General Business is offered as a single-option major for online business students and regional center students. Minors are also offered in Accounting, Business Administration, Business Information Technology, Economics, Healthcare Management, Management, Marketing, and ROTC Leadership Studies. Associate degree programs are offered in Accounting, Business Administration and Business Information Technology. These programs are offered in a strong liberal arts general education curriculum to provide a broad based business education grounded in sound Christian values.

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