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The mission of the Crowell School of Business is to equip students to develop a biblical worldview so as to see business as ministry:
- To prepare students for excellence in leadership in their career.
- To be strong in mind and character, and be able to articulate faith and vocational integration so that they will make an impact for God in this time and place.
- To develop a student's God-given talents and pursue excellence by maintaining high expectations and proficiency in their unique field of interest.
A Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting is offered upon the completion of the University baccalaureate requirements for a total of 124 credits. The Accounting major requires 54 credits, 33 of which must be upper-division.
Program Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of the Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting, students will be able to:
- Demonstrate a knowledge and understanding of general business theories and practices and a special field of business emphasis by (ULO 1):
- Illustrating effective communication through a variety of techniques, including written communication utilizing the conventions of good business writing, oral communication skills, and electronic communication technologies.
- Identifying the effects of globalization and how to compete in a global marketplace.
- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of accounting practices, techniques, and measurements.
- Develop the ability to recognize, analyze, propose and implement business solutions consistent with Biblical precepts as evidenced by practical experience by being able to (ULO 1):
- Identify and articulate business problems.
- Design & implement appropriate strategies to solve business problems based on relevant research, experiences, etc.
- Observe, collect, analyze and interpret data.
- Appropriately utilize technology in a business setting.
- Analyze business problems and produce principled-based solutions.
- Demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of the business environment by addressing organizational challenges through professional conduct, implementing strategies, and effective communication skills (ULO 2).
- Articulate faith and vocational integration through (ULO 3):
- Applying the Biblical principles of justice, truth, love and humility in both their business and personal lives.
- Recognizing their vocation as God's calling, leading them to demonstrate character, integrity and ethical behavior in both their business and personal lives.
Each Program Learning Outcome (PLO) listed above references at least one of the University Learning Outcomes (ULO 1, 2, 3), which may be found in the General Information section of this catalog.
Admission into Biola University does not guarantee admission as an Accounting major in the Crowell School of Business, nor permission to enroll in upper-division business administration courses (Intermediate Accounting excepted). Prior to formal admission, students shall continue to be advised as pre-business majors. The following requirements must be observed:
- Complete, with a minimum of a "C" (2.0) grade in each of the following courses (totaling 21 semester hours), or the equivalent; with a cumulative grade point average of 2.50: BUSN 201 or BUSN 202, BUSN 211, BUSN 212, and BUSN 220; ENGL 113; MATH 190 and MATH 103.
- A minimum requirement of 30 hours of General Education (including Bible) must be completed.
- Accomplish an overall cumulative GPA of 2.50 in all college level course work completed at the time of formal application to the Crowell School of Business.
- Complete all portions of the application for admission to the Crowell School of Business. The application should be filed the semester in which the student is in progress of completing the prerequisite course requirements.
- Meet approval of the academic advisor of the Crowell School of Business. The process may require an interview.
|General Education Requirements|
|The general education requirement for a foreign language for those following a business administration major may be met by two years of high school language or the first four credits of a college language. PHIL 215, COMM 181 and PSYC 200 are recommended for all business majors. The following courses are required to partially fulfill the general education requirement for Math/Science:|
|Calculus for Management Sciences|
|BUSN 201||Principles of Macroeconomics||3|
|BUSN 202||Principles of Microeconomics||3|
|BUSN 211||Principles of Accounting I||3|
|BUSN 212||Principles of Accounting II||3|
|BUSN 220||Management Information Systems||3|
|BUSN 230||Introduction to Marketing||3|
|or BUSN 231||Introduction to Marketing: Practical Application|
|BUSN 240||Principles of Management||3|
|BUSN 301||Business Writing and Case Analysis||3|
|BUSN 311||Intermediate Accounting I||3|
|BUSN 312||Intermediate Accounting II||3|
|BUSN 313||Cost Accounting||3|
|BUSN 316||Federal Income Tax for Partnerships, Corporations and Estates||3|
|BUSN 317||Accounting Information Systems||3|
|BUSN 361||Business Law||3|
|BUSN 370||Business Finance||3|
|BUSN 411||Advanced Accounting||3|
|BUSN 470||Strategic Management||3|