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Bachelor of Science in Business Administration – On Campus

Develop Your Skills in Financial Stewardship

Learn math and business principles from a biblical perspective so you are prepared to serve with integrity in a growing field. You will be equipped to manage both personal and business records to help individuals and corporations make wise financial decisions.

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Career Potential 

You will be ready to step into a variety of careers where you can help others manage their finances, such as:

  • Accountant (non-profit, government, business, personal)
  • Auditor
  • Registered Public Accountant
  • Tax Professional
  • Payroll Processor
  • Banking Professional
  • Financial Officer, Advisor or Analyst
  • Risk and Compliance Officer

What Will You Learn?

In all of the programs at CSU, you’ll be interacting with small class sizes and professors who really care and desire to mentor you. You’ll not only receive quality academics to prepare you for your career, but also discipleship to prepare you for life.

Navigation of complex financial records

Learn the fundamentals of accounting and the principles of finance, statistics, managerial information systems and audit and risk management.

Serving with integrity in all types of venues

Develop a biblical foundation and ethical framework from which to build your professional skills.

Confidence in managing both personal and business finances

Learn the tools you need to give informed financial advice in your future career, as well as steward your own financial resources well.

Your Courses

Each of your courses will be taught from a biblical worldview, and you’ll learn with an intimate group of peers led by professors who care about your success.

All courses are 3 credits unless noted.
Course Descriptions can be found in the catalog.

First Year
Fall Semester
Spring Semester
  • First Year Experience [CSU101] – 0 credits
  • Introduction to Business [BA102]
  • Business Computer Skills 1 [BA109]
  • Principles of Bible Study [BI100]
  • Bible Survey [BI111]
  • Academic & Researched Writing [EN121]
  • Living Well [HP101] – 1 credit
  • Personal Finance [BA215]
  • Writing Across the Disciplines [EN122]
  • General Psychology [PS100]
  • Speech Communication [SP100]
  • Building a Biblical Lifestyle [TH120]

This is an example of what your course schedule may look like; your actual schedule will be determined when you register.

Second Year
Fall Semester
Spring Semester
  • Financial Accounting I [BA211]
  • Marketing [BA220]
  • World Religions [EV220]
  • History Core Elective
  • Humanities Elective
  • Financial Accounting II [BA212]
  • Strategic Human Resources Management [BA225]
  • Business Communication [EN313]
  • Theology Survey [TH211]
  • Biblical Studies Elective

This is an example of what your course schedule may look like; your actual schedule will be determined when you register.

Third Year
Fall Semester
Spring Semester
  • Management and Organization [BA301]
  • Managerial Accounting [BA306]
  • Business Internship [BA485]
  • Biblical Studies Elective
  • Free Elective
  • Intermediate Accounting [BA340]
  • Introduction to Statistics [MA216]
  • Theological Distinctives[TH308]
  • Biblical Studies Elective
  • Free Elective

This is an example of what your course schedule may look like; your actual schedule will be determined when you register.

Fourth Year
Fall Semester
Spring Semester
  • Corporate Finance [BA304]
  • Federal Income Tax (Individual) [BA346]
  • Business Law, Ethics and Theology [BA403]
  • Humanities Elective
  • Free Elective
  • Audit and Risk Management [BA409]
  • Certified Managerial Accounting Preparation Seminar [BA440]
  • Worldviews: Humanities and Science [PH206]
  • Senior Seminar [TH480]
  • Free Elective

This is an example of what your course schedule may look like; your actual schedule will be determined when you register.

Learn financial stewardship.

Prepare for a career.

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Donovan

Accounting Major
Coudersport, Pennsylvania

 

I love how everything has its place and adds up perfectly. Accounting is sort of like a puzzle; when you put everything together correctly, you see everything that has happened.

   

Program Highlights 

  • Gain real-life experience in an internship tailored to your personal career goals and interests.
  • Be ready to pursue graduate education leading to a career as a stock broker, Financial Planner or CPA, or pursue your MBA.

Serve others in a growing field!

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects a 10 percent growth in accountant and auditor jobs from 2016 to 2026, translating to more than 140,000 new jobs in the field.

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