UNDERGRADUATE CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS
(Undergraduate certificate programs are ineligible for federal financial aid unless the student is in a bachelors degree program)

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  • Identify the forces influencing consumers in our competitive economy.
  • Develop an understanding of promotions and the marketing mix.
  • Create and investigate applied design and illustration for various media.

Select one course from the following:
ENTR 4302  Internship in Entrepreneurship
FINA 4311 Internship in Finance †
HHMA 3302 Hospitality Internship* (HHMA 3301 is a prerequisite for this course)
MANA 4302 Internship in Management
MANA 4315 International Travel in Management ††
MISM 4332 Internship in Management Information Systems*
MRKT 4305 Internship in Marketing †
MRKT 4315 International Travel in Marketing ††

* courses available online

† Internships must involve working with a BAM-related business or organization involved in BAM. All internships in the College of Business require a minimum of 60 hours completed with at least a 3.0 grade point average.  Additionally, if internship is selected, additional prerequisites for the certificate include: RELI 1301, RELI 1302, MANA 3301.

†† International travel courses must involve BAM-related businesses.

 

(S-L) = Course(s) with field-based service-learning component.


 

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  • Learn to develop an understanding of your audience so that you can set  the best tone for your message.
  • Begin writing for maximum impact.
  • Learn to manage and control your “stage fright.”
  • Acquire the skills necessary for effective business communication.

  • Gain a broad understanding of the nature and impact of crime, along with a working knowledge of the criminal justice system.
  • Become familiar with the causes of crime and the fundamentals of criminal investigation.
  • Study the basic principles of administration and management.
  • Explore negotiation processes and potential outcomes as related to management practice.

  • Study the theories guiding ethical decisions and explore how basic principles can be adapted to meet cultural changes affecting health care  today.
  • Learn philosophies and policies of personnel management in health care.
  • Understand the financial implications of decisions made in a health organization.
  • Analyze areas of activities in which management functions occur.

  • Study database design, administration, integrity, security, and implementation.
  • Understand the importance of information technology for business  management through in-depth case studies.
  • Learn how IT is used to create a competitive advantage or solve a business problem
  • Class projects involving the complete development life cycle are designed to provide experience in all IS functions and business activities.

  • Study the premises of various world and life views that are distinctly different from the Christian perspective.
  • Become familiar with multimedia software programs commonly used by churches and ministries.
  • Learn organizational methods used in the administration of churches and various types of ministries.
  • Develop the competencies to function creatively with the professional staff and with church members.

  • Comprehensive examination of principles provides a practical understanding of the dynamic marketing environment.
  • Gain basic preparation for advancement in marketing fields such as retailing, sales management, advertising, or service management.
  • Learn how to enhance your skills and develop competencies necessary for making effectual and resourceful business decisions.

  • Become familiar with the history and influence of music in worship.
  • Take part in comprehensive surveys of contemporary worship practices through field experiences in various forms.
  • Learn organizational methods used in church music administration.
  • Develop the competencies to function creatively with the professional staff and with church members.

MUSI 2311 Music Theory III
MUSI 2312 Music Theory IV
MUSI 3270 Church Music/Worship Administration

Children and Youth Music
MUSI 3311 Elementary Music Methods
MUSI 3312 Secondary Music Methods

Arranging/Conducting
MUSI 3207 Basic Conducting
MUSI 4204 Choral Arranging

General
MUSI 4305 Congregational Song

 

Refer to course descriptions for course prerequisites.

 

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Select one course from the following:

RELI 2304 Christian Doctrine *

or
Upper-Level Religion Course

or
MANA 3301 Principles of Management (S-L) *

*Courses available online.
Refer to course descriptions for course prerequisites.

 

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