The Church Management Program equips students with business and leadership skills to prepare them to lead well within the church organization. As students progress through the program, they will prepare to lead the church in team building, leadership development, and all business aspects of church management. The student will study current and emerging leadership theories, best practices, skills, and tools used to influence others to generate innovation, creativity, and change within organizations, all while integrating faith principles and biblical ethics into leadership.
The successful completion of the Church Management Administration Concentration will provide the student with:
To graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Business Organizational Leadership Church Management Administration Concentration,
students must have completed a total of 123 semester hours as follows:
LDR1362Q Introduction to Organizational Leadership 3
LDR2370Q Organizational Comm., Methods & Strat. for Leaders -or- 3
MNGT4323 Business Financial Management 3
MISS3303Q World Missions and Religions 3
THEO3313Q Christian Theology 3
BIBL2331Q Hermeneutics 3
BIBL3313Q Old Testament Survey 3
BIBL2301Q Life and Revelation of Christ 3
BIBL3314Q New Testament Survey 3
BIBL4301Q Romans 3
GNMN3312Q Christian Perspectives and Learning Skills 3
LDR3341Q Leadership in Non-Profits 3
COUN3301Q Introduction to Counseling -or-
SYG1431Q Marriage and Family Communication 3
GNMN4301Q Christian Leadership -or-
MNGT4319 Managerial Leadership -or-
LDR4164Q Organizational Theory and Behavior 3
LDR3202Q Managing Ethics in Organizations 3
PAST4301Q Pastoral Methods 3
LDR3333Q Strategic Human Resources in Organizations 3
GNMN3301Q Evangelism and Discipleship 3
BSOL4081Q Business Organizational Leadership Internship 3
Fine Arts and Humanities 3
Includes courses in Literature, Biblical Literature, Philosophy, Music, Art, and Drama.
English and Literature 6
Two courses in English Composition are required.
Science or Mathematics 3
Includes courses in Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Geology, Astronomy,
Environmental Science, College Algebra, Calculus, etc.
Social and Behavioral Science 3
Includes courses in History, Political Science, Economics, Psychology,
Cultural Anthropology, Sociology, or other similar courses.
General Education Electives 21
Includes courses from the above categories and, in addition, courses in Speech,
Critical Thinking, Ethics, Languages, Computer Science, Physical Education,
and College Orientation.