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Business, Economics, and Society Concentration

In the beginning God provided mankind with the dignity of a task. The cultural mandate found in Genesis 1:26 instructs us to be busy in exercising dominion over creation as vice-regents – God’s representatives in tending and developing creation’s 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.

Business, Economic, and Society Concentration Benefits

Be a servant leader in businesses both large and small and steward people and resources in a just and righteous manner.

Business, Economics, and Society Concentration Course Requirements

BES Required Courses

  • BUS 201 Principles of Accounting I
  • BUS 202 Principles of Accounting II
  • BUS 205 Principles of Management
  • ECO 211 Microeconomics and Behavior
  • ECO 212 Economics and Society (Macroeconomics)
  • BUS 310 Entrepreneurship and Innovation

BES Concentration Elective

Choose one of the following:

  • BUS 301 Business Law
  • BUS 306 Marketing
  • BUS 307 Human Resource Management
  • BUS 325 Finance
  • BUS 330 International Business and Economics
  • BUS 340 Business Communication
  • BUS 450 Fieldwork

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Class of 2015
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