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Business, Economics, and Society Concentration

A concentration in business, economics, and society equips students to be servant leaders in businesses both large and small and to learn the skills of stewarding people and resources in a just and righteous manner. The cultural mandate found in Genesis 1:26 instructs us to be busy in exercising dominion over creation as vice-regents—God’s representatives. Part of imaging God is being responsible as faithful stewards in tending and developing creation potential for God’s glory and for the well-being of mankind. For the Christian, work is worship, and all vocations are viewed as high callings before God.

Mission Statement

The mission of the economics and society concentration at Providence Christian College is to develop lifelong learners that can think critically and communicate effectively within a biblical framework in the marketplace

Concentration Learning Outcomes

Students who complete the business, economics, and society concentration will be able to:

  1. Understand business and economics terms and ideas, and effectively communicate using the language of business and economics.
  2. Make effective business choices using a systematic, evaluative, information-based approach utilizing the appropriate tools of the discipline.
  3. Develop and exhibit high standards of professional practice, demonstrating awareness of ethical and social responsibilities in today’s multi-cultural, team-oriented, rapidly-changing globalized environment.

Representative Classes Can Include

  • Principles of Accounting
  • Principles of Management
  • Microeconomics and Behavior
  • Economics and Society (Macroeconomics)
  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • Business Law
  • Marketing
  • Human Resource Management
  • Finance
  • International Business and Economics
  • Fieldwork

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“Liberal arts is a conversation through which we obtain wisdom. True wisdom, then, founded in the fear and love of the Lord, engenders a desire for a deeper knowledge and love of one another, teaches us and aids us in forgiving and reconciling with one another and encourages us to explore together the limitless implications of our redeemed existence on this earth.”
Danielle D.
Class of 2015
“Christians are called to God's service not only in church professions but also in every secular calling.”
J. Gresham Machen

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