Bachelor of Science in Management & Leadership
The Bachelor of Science degree in Management and Leadership is designed for working adults over 24 years age who have only had the opportunity to complete the first two years of their undergraduate studies, typically concentrating on required general studies course work.
Program Director: Dr. Kim Parcher
Student Learning Goals
Upon completion of this program, you should be able to:
- Interact critically with theories of management and leadership, Christian ethics, and business as mission principles.
- Develop a philosophy of organizational leadership that integrates a Biblical worldview.
- Explore current for-profit and non-profit issues and trends that demonstrate an ability to develop plans and strategies for organizational success.
- Acquire the professional knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to effectively manage and lead in a global and changing environment.
- Demonstrate foundational understanding of Bible content and Christian theology and fundamental principles of Biblical interpretation.
- Evidence spiritual growth and development and a commitment to the authority of Scripture as a guide for Christian living.
|Class Name||Number of Credits||Learning Method|
|Fall Year 1|
|Orientation for Online Learning (FND 101)||P/F||EDL|
|Survey of Doctrine (BT 151)||3||EDL|
|Foundations of Academic Success (FND 102)||3||On Campus|
|Finance & Accounting for Managers (MGT 210)||3||EDL|
|Ethics for Managers (MGT 220)||3||On Campus|
|Spring Year 1|
|Managerial Economics (MGT 230)||3||EDL|
|Project Management (BUS 380)||3||On Campus|
|New Testament Survey (BT 106)||3||EDL|
|Management and Leadership (MGT 310)||3||On Campus|
|Summer Year 1|
|Old Testament Survey 1 (BT 102)||3||EDL|
|Human Resources Management (BUS 340)||3||On Campus|
|Service Practicum (FND 103)||2||On Campus|
|Fall Year 2|
|Principles of Global Marketing (BUS 320)||3||EDL|
|Organizational Behavior for Managers (MGT 410)||3||On Campus|
|Technology Management (MGT 320)||3||EDL|
|Intro to Biblical Interpretation (BT 201)||3||On Campus|
|Spring Year 2|
|Quantitative Methods for Managers (MGT 330)||3||EDL|
|Business Law (BUS 420)||3||On Campus|
|Business as Mission (BUS 250)||3||EDL|
|Life of Christ (BT 247)||3||On Campus|
|Summer Year 2|
|Old Testament 2 (BT 104)||3||EDL|
|Capstone Portfolio Seminar (MGT 420)||3||On Campus|
Emmaus Distance Learning (EDL) courses are 100% online courses. The other program courses are on campus, one night a week. Two courses are offered each 8-week term. Individuals taking two courses each term can finish in 10 terms, or just under two years.
Required Transfer Credits (61 credits total)
Communication – 6 credits total
Written communication – 3 credits
Oral communication – 3 credits
Humanities – 9 credits total
Literature – 3 credits
Philosophy – 3 credits
Elective – 3 credits
Social Science – 12 credits
World or American history – 3 credits
Computer literacy – 3 credits
Electives – 6 credits
Natural Science – 10 credits
Math Elective – 3 credits
Science Elective with Lab – 4 credits
Math or Science Elective – 3 credits
Open Electives – 24 credits
Prospective students must have a minimum of 48 credits for program admittance.