Business Administration: Business Management

Bachelor of Arts
  • Michael Conner

You’ll gain both knowledge and practical skills for business operations of all kinds with our Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration with an emphasis in Business Management. Building on solid principles of economics and accounting, our experienced instructors guide you through a range of advanced classes in finance, management, organizational behavior, small groups and teams, marketing, research and analysis, and business strategy. Threaded throughout the major is an ethical perspective. Together, all of the courses provide a practical guide to business operations, from entrepreneurial ventures to well−established organizations.

Highlights

  • The program is offered face-to-face or fully online
  • Cohorts groups meet face-to-face for class one night per week
  • Cohort of 12-22 adults progress through the program together
  • Experienced university faculty and assignments that apply to everyday life
  • Students come from a variety of life stages and cultural backgrounds
  • Innovative course material with practical application for your workplace

Career opportunities

The program provides a solid business background that equips graduates for positions as executive managers, sales/marketing managers, business analysts, human resources professionals, retail and service managers and operations managers.

Program director

Suzana Dobric Veiss
Suzana Dobrić Veiss

Instructor & Program Director for DC Business

Admission requirements

  • 60 transferable baccalaureate-level units
  • Minimum 2.4 GPA
  • Two years post-secondary experience
  • Application form
  • $40 fee (fee is waived for those attending an information meeting)
  • Official high school transcripts or diploma
  • Official college transcripts

Course listing

Required Courses (39 Units)

The following units must be earned at Fresno Pacific University

Semester 1
CodeTitleUnits
BUS 434Individual in the Organization3
MGT 315Principles of Management3
BUS 431Organization Behavior3
BUS 438Human Resources3
BIB 314*Jesus and the Christian Community3
Semester 2
CodeTitleUnits
MKT 320World of Marketing3
BIB 451Biblical Perspectives for Leadership3
BUS 442Ethics and Values in Organizations3
ACCT 301Accounting for Management3
Semester 3
CodeTitleUnits
BUS 466Statistics for Management3
ECON 301Economics in Business3
FIN 460Business Finance3
BUS 471Business Policy and Strategy3

*BIB 314 should be taken prior to the Biblical Perspectives course, either concurrently with cohort courses or prior to cohort start.

Prerequisites

  • BUS 466 Statistics is a prerequisite for Econ 301 Economics in Business
  • ECON 301 is a prerequisite for FIN 460 Finance
  • BUS 466 Statistics, ECON 301 Economics, and FIN 460 Finance are prerequisites for BUS 471 Business Policy and Procedure.

Electives

Elective units as needed to meet the bachelor of arts minimum. This requirement may be met through allowable college coursework, Advanced Placement exams, College Level Examination Program, International Baccalaureate exams, Military or ACE credit and Prior Learning Assessment.