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Business Administration

Overview

Tyndale’s Bachelor of Arts Business Administration program prepares you for a future in business. The core business courses will give you a solid base while the business internship will provide you with the practical experience to start your career. The program integrates interdisciplinary studies and business developing your critical thinking and problem solving skills.

Current

In today’s ever changing world, you need to stay current. Tyndale’s business studies include the current theories and concepts. The program is designed to give you a solid foundation and practical business skills by studying all the main disciplines such as finance, marketing, human resources, accounting, operations, law, IT and entrepreneurship.

Tools for your future

Tyndale’s Business Administration program provides an interdisciplinary approach that promotes a broad and full education for every student. You will learn how to think critically, how to bring in other fields of study into your understanding of business and integrate your faith and business. This base will give you the tools to be able to stay current with the ever changing job market.

Internship and Mentorship Program

The program offers an internship where you will put into practice the business skills you have learned. You will gain further training through our optional business mentoring program for hands-on business experience with a Christian business professional. The program is designed to give you in-depth exposure and opportunities to work with businesses and give you the needed experience to acquire the job you want.

Program Faculty


Dr. Jan Alpenberg

Prof. Carsten Hennings
 

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  • Marketing
  • Accounting
  • Sales
  • Business Management
  • Law

Program Requirements

Major Requirements (69 Credit Hours)
  • [BUSI 1013] Introduction to Business
  • [BUSI 1023] Mathematics for Business
  • [BUSI 2013] Organizational Behaviour
  • [BUSI 2113] Introduction to Leadership
  • [BUSI 2313] Marketing
  • [BUSI 2613] Introduction to Financial Accounting
  • [BUSI 2623] Introduction to Managerial Accounting
  • [BUSI 3013] HR Management
  • [BUSI 3233] Business Ethics
  • [BUSI 3413] Entrepeneurship and New Ventures
  • [BUSI 3613] Intermediate Financial Accounting
  • [BUSI 3623] Intermediate Managerial Accounting
  • [BUSI 3723] Operations Management
  • [BUSI 3813] Finance
  • [BUSI 3853] Business Internship
  • [BUSI 3913] International Business
  • [BUSI 4113] Business Policy and Strategy I
  • [ECON 1013] Microeconomics
  • [ECON 1023] Macroeconomics
  • [MATH 1213] Introduction to Statistics
  • BUSI Electives (3000 or 4000 Level) (9 Credit Hours)
Core Requirements (39 Credit Hours)
  • [INDS 1013] University Studies in Christian Perspective
  • Two of the Following: [ENGL 1013], [ENGL 1023], [ENGL 1033], [ENGL 1043], [ENGL 1713]
  • [HIST 1013], [HIST 1023] History of Western Civlization I, II
  • [PHIL 1013], [PHIL 1023] History of Philosophy I, II  
  • [RLGS 1013] Old Testament Scripture  
  • [RLGS 1023] New Testament Scripture    
  • [RLGS 2013] Hermeneutics    
  • [RLGS 2613] Introduction to Christian Theology
  • Language Electives (6 Credit Hours)
Electives (12 Credit Hours)

Total Degree Requirements: 120 Credit Hours

Program requirements subject to change.
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