Business Administration: Emphasis in Management/Leadership

Program Description

The Business Administration majors  balance theoretical instruction with practical, hands-on experiences. Warner Pacific graduates have gone on to careers in accounting, marketing and management, as well as various graduate programs.

Students earning a BS in Business Administration must complete an emphasis in either Management/Leadership or Accounting.

Emphasis in Management/Leadership

Part 1: General Education Core Courses
(See Core Studies Requirements)

Part 2: Business Administration Core Courses
(See Business Core Courses)

Part 3: Required Courses for Management/Leadership: 18 credits: 18 upper division credits in residence.

BUS 342 Marketing Management 3
BUS 353 Operations Management 3
BUS 364 Corporate Finance 3
BUS/PSY 321 Organizational Behavior 3
BUS 450 Strategic Management 3
SE 311 Entrepreneurial Leadership within an
Urban Context
3

Program Objectives:

On successful completion of the courses required for the Management/Leadership emphasis, graduates will be able to demonstrate:

  • All of the knowledge, skills, and abilities demonstrated above within the core course requirements.
  • Effective leadership and team oriented capabilities.
  • Proficiency in the basic theories associated with Management/Leadership, such as Organizational Theory, Operations Management, Marketing Management, Corporate Finance, Leadership, and Strategic Management.
  • The ability to integrate and apply their learning in complex projects and assignments that may include: research, collaborative projects, and or field assignments.

Student outcomes are also measured in association with department outcomes which are aligned with the College’s core themes.

(Updated June 2014)