Business Administration

Student

Be proactive as an organizational leader.

The economy is rapidly changing and there are new opportunities every day for those who show leadership knowledge. A degree in Business Administration equips you with the abilities and skills to be a proactive leader. Cornerstone sets students up to graduate with the competencies that future employers seek.

What distinguishes Cornerstone's Business Administration program?

Jennifer Parks '06 | Major: Business Administration

"The education that I received from the business division truly prepared me for the experiences that I had in the work place, both at non-profit and for-profit organizations. I learned a wide variety of skills which have helped me in the jobs that I have held."

Drew Penfield '15 | Major: Business Administration

"My time at Cornerstone has prepared me for post-graduate life through providing me with practical, real-world experience and connections through my studies and interning in Nashville. CU has also taught me the importance of community and relationships that point me to Christ."

What can I do with a major in Business Administration?

  • Banker
  • Budget Analyst
  • Clerical Aide
  • Education Supervisor
  • Event Manager

How can I complete my degree program in three or four years?

Download sample degree plans for a major in Business Administration.

3 Year Business Administration Degree Plan

4 Year Business Administration Degree Plan

Where are internships and partnerships available for students in the Business Administration program?

An internship of 6 credit hours is required which will put you in hands-on positions giving you the opportunity to put theory into practice with organizations such as:

  • Amway
  • Bank of Holland
  • Meijer Corporation
  • Merrill Lynch
  • Palace Sports/Detroit Pistons
  • St. Mary's Health Care
  • Starbucks
  • Whitecaps Professional Baseball Corp.
  • Wood-TV 8
  • Zondervan

With a major in Business Administration, what classes will I take?

Business Law | BUS-361

A study of the legal process, negligence, wills, trusts and estates, property law, contracts, negotiable instruments, bank deposits, secured transactions, bankruptcy, business enterprises, administrative law, agency and employment law. Emphasis is placed on the practical application of legal concepts in the business world and the relationship between the Bible and the concepts in business law.

Macroeconomics | ECN-231

Emphasis upon macroeconomic theories, principles and theories of national income determination, consumption, investment, savings, business cycles, prices and money, the banking system, monetary and fiscal policy.

Who can I contact for more information on a major in Business Administration?