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    Jun 18, 2024  
2022-2023 Catalogue 
    
2022-2023 Catalogue [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Business Administration with Computer Information Systems Minor, B.S.


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Ralph Mason, Dean of the School of Business
Professor Emeritus Penn
Professor Jinkiri
Associate Professor Duett
Associate Professor James
Associate Professor Nabors
Associate Professor Redfern
Assistant Professor Bridges
Assistant Professor Lin
Assistant Professor Woods
Instructor Courtney
Instructor Shi

The division of business administration educates students in a manner that will enhance their opportunities for success in their chosen careers. A well-rounded education is provided with an emphasis in each of the following areas: accounting, business administration, finance, management, and marketing. As a Christian liberal arts university, Belhaven emphasizes the importance of Christian values and ethics. Business administration students will have real-world experience through an internship (BUS 450  or BUS 451 ) or field study (BUS 445 ).

School of Business Mission Statement

The School of Business offers a quality educational experience to traditional and adult students in a variety of formats in the context of a values-based, ethical worldview of business. Students will learn to apply business principles to a variety of settings both private and public, non-profit and for profit.

72 hours to include:


Honors Program:


The business department offers opportunities for students to enroll in honors courses from its department. The following are general education, elective, and major courses that may be taken as honors courses: BUS 360 , BUS 418 , BUS 419 , BUS 420 , BUS 491 , BUS 492 . For students majoring in this department, one must pass a minimum of 12 hours of honors courses within the discipline and a minimum of six hours from the honors courses of other departments. Each course must be passed with a B or better. No more than 18 hours are required for the honors degree. For other honors program policies, see “Honors Program” located in the “Administration of the Curriculum ” section.

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