Business Leadership Program: Professional Studies Specialization
What Randall’s Business Leadership Program has to offer:
The Business Administration - Business Leadership program has a Christian driven aim to prepare men and women for the workforce with both professional and personal teachings. A foundation in Biblical and religious studies helps each student have a further understanding of how Christian values influence business ethics, and how faith influences professional goals. Courses in accounting, communication, management, marketing, and other classes with business oriented curriculum equip each student for their desired career in the business field. Students must be 21 years of age before entering the program. The intent is to allow students to complete the degree program in the context of their adult professional and personal lives with courses fully online.
Opportunities with a Business Leadership degree:
The Bachelor of Science with Business Administration - Business Leadership degree establishes the ground for a student to continue their pursuit of higher education in the graduate level, such as a Master's degree in Business Management, Business Marketing, or Business Administration. Not only is this degree beneficial towards achieving further education, the Business degree prepares a student for placement in immediate employment. Those with a Business degree find job placement in a variety of vocations, ranging from positions in corporations, banks, and government agencies.
The Business Leadership program provides a broad general education with Biblical studies at the core, to prepare students to serve and to function successfully in business. The student overall objectives are to:
- Deliver effective written and oral business communications which are clear, logical, concise, grammatically correct, and clear to a target audience.
- Demonstrate the ability to recognize the underlying ethical, legal and sustainability implications inherent in business situations and apply that knowledge to make responsible decisions.
- Exhibit an understanding of the value of various forms of diversity in the business environment.
- Understand and predict the complexities of the cultural, economic, regulatory, demographic, and social environments as they impact business in a global economy.
- Use technology and analytical skills to make sound business decisions using the computer and qualitative and quantitative techniques.
- Demonstrate functional business knowledge in each of the core foundational disciplines of accounting, business law, economics, finance, marketing, and management.