Department of Business

The Business Administration Program is designed to prepare students for Christian leadership roles in the business community, emphasizing knowledge, logical reasoning, communication, diversity, and Biblically ethical values.

 Bachelor of Business Administration 

The mission of the SCU Business Administration Program is to equip students with the education to excel in their chosen area of business and to positively influence their business network for Jesus Christ.

The objectives of the Business Administration program: 

  • Enable students to know and understand fundamental business theory and application in the areas of management, marketing, accounting, economics and finance.
  • Provide students with practical, marketable business competencies that are applicable to their professional career and/or to graduate studies
  • Enable students to recognize the importance of interpersonal communication, multi-cultural diversity and community involvement as they pertain to business relationships
  • Encourage each student to develop a lifestyle behavior, specifically in the business environment, that is rooted in Christian ethical values
  • Develop students who, through diligent study and application, are well-rounded spiritually, socially, and professionally

Department Mission Statement

The mission of the Business Department is to prepare students for Christian leadership roles in the business community, emphasizing knowledge, logical reasoning, communication, diversity, and Biblically ethical values.  The mission of the SCU Business Administration Program is to equip students with the education to excel in their chosen area of business and to positively influence their business network for Jesus Christ.

Faith and Learning Integration Statement

In conjunction with the university goals and mission, course content in the general education undergraduate programs will be guided by, and reflect, a Christian worldview and ethical values. “The logic and knowledge from every discipline is built upon a set of presuppositions. All such presuppositions must be examined and informed by the truth derived from the revealed Word of God and Christian thinking founded on a Christocentric epistemology, so as to create a coherent body of knowledge, i.e., faith informs all of learning’s presuppositional thinking.” (RW, 2009). Key Biblical Texts: Romans 12:1-2 and Colossians 1:17.