The construction of ethical and effective business careers through an in-depth understanding of business practice and ethics
Successful Business majors from Belmont Abbey College:
have broad interests in business functions, such as marketing and finance<
organize information well
are a good steward of resources
want to motivate and lead people in a competitive business environment
Belmont Abbey College offers a tried-and-tested business curriculum that has produced successful, innovative entrepreneurs, like Fox News business analyst and web marketing entrepreneur Jennifer Walsh.
Build vital leadership qualities and skills by pursuing challenging classes and valuable internship opportunities
Improve your creative and critical thinking, decision-making and problem-solving techniques, and communication skills
Students of Business at BAC will have many opportunities to build their credentials by pursuing internships with big-name companies like Clear Channel Media.
With a Business Management bachelor’s degree from Belmont Abbey College, you will be able to pursue a variety of careers such as:
Statistical Analysis and Research
The Abbey Difference
Guided by the tenets of Catholicism and the Benedictine hallmarks, Belmont Abbey College strives to provide students with a well-rounded education that promotes wise and ethical decisions. The Business Management degree guides our learners as they explore the intrinsic connection between professional preparation and a liberal arts education. Business at the Abbey is about merited financial success and much more. In addition to imparting key skills and knowledge, the Business faculty is committed to modeling and encouraging the further development of honesty, integrity, and virtue in our students.
Highlights of your experience
Business Communication: This writing- and speaking-intensive course gives special attention to forms of communication commonly found in the business world.
Finance: This course surveys topics dealing with the basic nature and application of financial concepts. Various techniques and their use in financial decision-making and problem-solving within an organization will be given emphasis.
Legal Environment of Business: This course examines the substantive legal issues involved in American business, including contracts, torts, intellectual property, employment law, business entities, and real estate. The course also describes the processes by which business legal disputes are resolved, including litigation, mediation, and arbitration.
In addition to the Core Curriculum requirements, the following requirements are specific to the Business major:
15 lower-division hours
EC 201 Introductory Economics I
EC 202 Introductory Economics II
AC 211 Principles of Financial Accounting
AC 212 Principles of Managerial Accounting
BU 265 Spreadsheet and Database Applications
27 Hours at 300 level or above
BU 300 Management
BU 306 Quantitative Analysis
BU 309 Marketing
BU 310 Finance
BU 315W Business Communication
BU 407 Management Seminar
BU 412 Legal Environment of Business
BU 437 Supply Chain Management
IB 310 International Business
BU 453 Internship
NOTE: Students seeking to graduate with a major in Business may have no more than two grades below a “C” in the major and must have a major area GPA of 2.00 or higher.