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Business Administration Major

The Business Administration major provides you with a foundation in the basic skills used in any business. In addition you will learn to think critically and understand sound business decision-making processes. 

Not only does the College of Athens provide you the practical skills necessary to transition seamlessly into the workforce upon your graduation, we also make sure you will have a strong biblical worldview so that you make the transition responsibly.

CoA business majors have a unique opportunity to engage in hands-on entrepreneurship training mentored by real business leaders through their apprenticeship experiences.

Associate of Science Degree with a major in Business Administration

Students who earn an Associate’s Degree with a major in Business Administration can:
-develop a strong understanding of their identity in Christ and of God’s Word before they pursue a career in any field; and
-complete general education undergraduate courses (science, English, mathematics, humanities) in a safe environment that honors and fortifies their Christian worldview;
-build a foundation for smart business principles

Program Completion Plan
Associate of Science in Christian Ministry: Business Administration

61 Credits
Completion Time: 4-5 Semesters

Christian Core Courses (30 Credits)
CS 101 Foundations of Faith
BS 101 Old Testament Survey
BS 102 New Testament Survey
CS 102 His Creation: Identity in Christ
CS 103 Prayer & Spiritual Direction
TL 403 Personal Spiritual Formation
CS 201 The Great Commission: Evangelism
CS 203 Discipleship Coaching I 
CS 204 Discipleship Coaching II 
CS 352 God’s Design for Sexual Wholeness 

General Education Requirements (16 Credits)

College Success
English Composition
1 Foreign Language or 1 Biblical Language course
1 Mathematics course or 1 Science course
Chrisitan Ethics
1 Social Science or Behavioral Science course

Major (12 Credits)

TL 312 The Dynamics of Leadership
BA 412 Christian Entrepreneurship 
BA 450 Enterprise Leadership 
TL 330 Effective Leadership Communication 

Faith-in-Action Apprenticeship (3 Credits)
FIA 408 Leadership One-week Intensive in Action

Bachelor of Science Degree with a major in Business Administration

Program Completion Plan
Bachelor of Science in Christian Ministry: Business Administration

121 Credits
Completion Time: 8-9 Semesters

Christian Core Courses (30 credits)
CS 101 Foundations of Faith
BS 101 Old Testament Survey
BS 102 New Testament Survey
CS 102 His Creation: Identity in Christ
CS 103 Prayer & Spiritual Direction
TL 403 Personal Spiritual Formation
CS 201 The Great Commission: Evangelism
CS 203 Discipleship Coaching I 
CS 204 Discipleship Coaching II 
CS 352 God’s Design for Sexual Wholeness 

General Education Requirements (31 credits)
College Success
English Composition
2 Foreign Language or Biblical Language courses
1 Mathematics or Natural Science course
1 Behavior Science or Social Science course 
Christian Ethics
1 Humanities or Fine Arts course
3 General Education elective courses

Major (36 credits)
TL 312 The Dynamics of Leadership 
TL 201 Characteristics of an Effective Leader
BA 370 Administration & Finance
TL 330 Effective Leadership Communication 
BA 412 Christian Entrepreneurship 
BA 450 Enterprise Leadership 
BA 410 Business as Mission I
BA 465 Project Management
BA 445 Principles of Marketing
4 additional Business Administration courses

Electives (9 credits)
3 elective courses

Faith-in-Action Apprenticeship (15 credits)
15 FIA credits across 2 or more semesters.

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Master's Certificate in Business Administration

Program Completion Plan
Master’s Certificate in Christian Ministry: Business Administration

15 Credits
Completion Time: 2 Semesters

Courses
LS 403 Personal Spiritual Formation
BA 525 Christian Leadership Ethics
BA 635 Strategic Management
3 additional Business Administration (BA) courses

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CoA programs are designed and integrated with building students’ relationships at the core—relationships with God, with the school community, and within the context of Christian service opportunities.