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2015 - 2016 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (Cornerstone University)


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Students in Cornerstone University’s Bachelor of Science in Business Administration program develop leadership, analytical, and problem-solving skills as well as business acumen within a Christian framework. 

The regionally-accredited curriculum dives into varied, core subjects which gives students a strong foundation to knowledgeably navigate the marketplace while also offering courses specific to business. Coursework is divided into individual and group projects through which students learn how to effectively manage in a fast-paced, team-oriented environment while developing leadership and communication skills.
 

With course offerings online and in-class, students will maximize their educational experiences while still maintaining work and family lives. Classes meet one night per week in one of our four campus locations and online. Upon starting a degree, students will continue through the program with classmates as a cohort. With an average of 15 students in each cohort, students receive one-on-one attention from faculty while gleaning insights from other students’ personal and professional experiences.

Bachelor General Education Requirement


Written Communication


Both of the following Michigan Transfer Agreement courses:

Oral Communication


The following Michigan Transfer Agreement Recommended Course:

Mathematics


One of the following Michigan Transfer Agreement Recommended Courses:

Social Science


Both of the following Michigan Transfer Agreement Recommended Courses:

Cornerstone University Program Requirements


• REL 104 Old Testament Lit.
• REL 204 New Testament Lit.
• REL 352 Christian Beliefs & History
• HIS 114 World Civilization II
• BUS 211 Business Statistics
• BUS 380 Internship
• FIN 341 Principles of Finance
• MGT 432 Capstone Seminar
• Two Upper level electives in Accounting, Business, Economics, Management, or Marketing
• 18-24 credits towards minor or choose a Business focus
• 4-8 credits of general electives

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