Cross-Cultural Business Administration

The Cross-Cultural Business Administration major integrates biblical principles with business principles to prepare students in the area of international business. With knowledge of cross-cultural principles, a student in this major is enabled to enter limited access countries with a marketable skill. This could be as a mission field business manager, developing micro-enterprises, or serving as international workers with a multinational business or another organization requiring these skills. Graduates are prepared to help develop economically viable community projects that enhance the living standard of communities, as well as financial resources to aid the local and worldwide community. This degree establishes the international worker in an acceptable role in communities that disparage professional religious workers.

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Minors

  • Church Planting and Enlargement
  • Cross-Cultural Bible Teaching and Counseling
  • Cross-Cultural TESOL
  • Discipleship
  • Sustainable Development
  • World Religion

Program Layout

The Cross-Cultural Business Administration major is a 127 hour program that includes 69 hours of general education courses (including 30 hours of Bible & Theology), 12 hours of open electives, and 46 hours in Cross-Cultural Business Administration-specific courses. Classes include Applied Ethnography, Sociolinguistics, Intercultural Development Strategy Project, Business Finance, Principles of Management, International Management, and Principles of Marketing.