The Entrepreneurial Studies degree program offers students a foundation in business and creative thinking in business related ventures. It is designed not only to help students to learn about business finance and strategy, but also to prepare students to have the entrepreneurial spirit to start new ministry projects.

Bachelor of Arts in

Entrepreneurial Studies

| B.A.

The Program

Required Courses 

General Studies – 30 Credits

Communications - 6 Credits

  • COM 101: Academic Research & Writing

  • COM 102: Introduction to Communications
     

Humanities/Fine Arts – 12 Credits

  • CLS 111-2: Latin I, II

  • CLS 121-2: Classical Greek I, II

  • BT 201-3: Biblical Greek I, II, III

  • BT 211-2: Biblical Hebrew I, II

  • LIT 201-2: World Literature I, II

  • HIS 211-2: History of Western Civilization I, II

  • PHL 221: Intro to Eastern Philosophy

  • REL 231: Intro to World Religions
     

Natural Science/Mathematics – 6 Credits

  • MTH 131: Foundations of Mathematics (Required)

  • MTH 231: College Geometry

  • SCI 221: Intro to Natural Science

  • SCI 222: Intro to Physics
     

Social/Behavioral Sciences – 6 Credits

  • PSY 261: Intro to Psychology

  • SOC 251: Cultural Anthropology

  • SOC 271: Intro to Sociology

  • SOC 281: Intro to Political Science/Civics
     

Bible/Theology Requirements – 30 Credits

Biblical Theology – 21 Credits

  • BT 221: Principles of Biblical Interpretation

  • BT 311: Introduction to the Old Testament

  • BT 321: Introduction to New Testament

  • BT 351: Life of Moses

  • BT 352: Life of David

  • BT 353: Life of Jesus

  • BT 354: Life of Paul
     

Historical and Systematic Theology – 9 Credits

  • HST 201: Systematic Theology

  • HST 321: Luther and His Catechisms

  • HST 331: Lutheran Reformers and the Book of Concord
     

Entrepreneurial Studies Major – 42 Credits

  • PTE 101: Christian Vocation

  • PHL 101-2: Logic I, II

  • PHL 210-11: Intro to Western Philosophy I, II

  • PTE 241: Christian Apologetics

  • PTE 402: Entrepreneurial and Business Ethics

  • ESB 301: Entrepreneurial Research

  • ESB 302: Entrepreneurial Development

  • ESB 303: Entrepreneurial Finance

  • ESB 304: Operations Management

  • ESB 480-498: Topics in Entrepreneurial Studies (6 Credits)

  • ESB 499: Entrepreneurial Studies Capstone (inclusive of professional concentration)
     

Professional Concentrations – 18 Credits
 

Political Studies

  • COM 401: Argumentation and Debate

  • COM 402: Persuasive Writing

  • LAW 401: Civil Rights and Liberties

  • LAW 450-495: Special Topics in Law (9 credits)
     

Small Business Management

  • ESB 410: Small Business Creation

  • ESB 411: Success through Innovation

  • ESB 412: Small Business Marketing

  • ESB 420-439: Special Topics in Small Business (9 Credits)
     

Missions & Evangelism

  • SOC 251: Cultural Anthropology

  • BT 401: Biblical Theology of Mission

  • PTE 421: Theology and World Religions

  • MEV 402: Cultural Competency

  • MEV 403: Cultural Outreach

  • MEV 499: Cultural Practicum
     

Pre-Seminary

  • Biblical Theology – 500 Level

  • Philosophical Theology and Ethics – 500 Level

  • Historical and Systematic Theology – 500 Level

  • Pastoral Theology – 500 Level
     

Total: 120 Credits

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