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Business Administration - International Development

Overview

Tyndale’s Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration/International Development gives you the skills and the opportunities to help empower people and better their lives on a global level. Tyndale gives you the abilities to start working right away, and the international development internship gives you the experience to help effect change as soon as possible.

Business and International Development Foundation

In Tyndale’s International Development BA, you are taught skills such as project management and evaluation, fundraising and sustainability practices, so that you can enter into the workforce with the ability to hit the ground running.

Internships

Integral to the program is an internship with an international development agency both at home and in the field. This gives you the experience needed to fully understand the realities of the field while being mentored by people already effecting change in the world. You will have the opportunity to take what you’ve learned in the classroom and apply it directly to the issues you will face in your future career in international development.

Program Faculty


Dr. Jan Alpenberg

Dr. Leah McMillan

Prof. Carsten Hennings
 

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  • Aid Relief
  • Project Management
  • Infrastructure Development
  • Advocacy Campaign Coordination
  • Law

Program Requirements

Major Requirements
  • [BUSI 1013] Introduction to Business
  • [BUSI 1023] Mathematics for Business
  • [BUSI 2013] Organizational Behaviour
  • [BUSI 2313] Marketing
  • [BUSI 2613] Introduction to Financial Accounting
  • [BUSI 2623] Introduction to Managerial Accounting
  • [BUSI 3113] Managing Non-Profit Organizations
  • [BUSI 3233] Business Ethics
  • [BUSI 3413] Entrepeneurship and New Ventures
  • [BUSI 3913] International Business
  • [ECON 1013] Microeconomics
  • [ECON 1023] Macroeconomics
  • [IDVP 3013] Introduction to International Development
  • [IDVP 3023] Political Science & Micropolitics of IDVP
  • [IDVP 3033] Cross-Cultural Studies
  • [IDVP 3043] Anthropology and International Development
  • [IDVP 3233] Project Management & Evaluation for IDVP
  • [IDVP 3313] Logistics for International Development
  • [IDVP 4013] International Development Internship
  • [IDVP 4173] International Finance
  • [IDVP 4213] Global Economy and Sustainable IDVP
  • [MATH 1213] Introduction to Statistics
Core Requirements
  • [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
  • [INDS 4753] Christianity and Culture
  • [PHIL 1013], [PHIL 1023] History of Philosophy I, II  
  • [RLGS 1013] Old Testament Scripture  
  • [RLGS 1023] New Testament Scripture    
  • [RLGS 2013] Hermeneutics    
  • [RLGS 3603] 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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