The Bachelor of Science in Business Management is designed to develop leaders who are problem-solvers and decision-makers.
In the BSBM program, you will explore management theory and the principles of business administration, in addition to sharpening your skills in areas such as accounting and finance. Each subject is taught through the lens of Scripture to help you develop an understanding of how the Word of God impacts every area of business practice.
Spring 2022 E.T.S. exam scores
In Spring 2022, TMU Business students scored in the 97th percentile in the E.T.S. exam, out of 700 colleges and universities
The Bachelor of Science in Business Management is designed to give students the practical skills they need to be leaders who are problem-solvers and decision-makers.
For a complete list of requirements for this degree please see our academic catalog.
Presents comprehensive coverage of the major concepts and principles of the human communication process and analysis of the various forms of communication used by managers. The media of managerial communication include verbal delivery, as well as written letters, reports, memoranda, etc.
An introduction to microeconomic principles and terminology. The primary focus is on the business firm and the decisions it faces. Topics include a review of the economic problem, mechanics of supply and demand, elasticities, consumer utility, production costs, and the competitive environment. A basic knowledge of mathematics and graphs is assumed.
An introduction to marketing management in relation to the total business environment. Involves a study from the conception of the idea for goods or services to its ultimate utilization by the consumer with an emphasis on major decision areas and tools.
An examination of the fundamentals of managerial functions and the basic concepts and principles of modern management. Emphasis is placed on the interrelationships of planning, organizing, controlling, decision making, and accepted practices used in directing the activities of an organization in the achievement of desired objectives.
This course is an intensive study of the processes and procedures that accountants use for analyzing, recording, and reporting a business organization’s assets, liabilities, and owner’s equity
This course completes the study of financial accounting begun in ACC210 by examining the procedures for reporting liabilities and stockholder’s equity on external financial statements for a corporation. Then, the course explores management’s use of job order, process, and standard cost accounting systems for decision making. Additional topics include the preparation of budgets, ratio analysis, and federal income tax returns. Prerequisite: ACC210.
This course teaches computer applications that are accepted as standard in the business world. Emphasis is placed on the practical implementation of end-user software in a business environment. The use of spreadsheet and database programs to support business processes will be studied in depth. Excel and Access will be used in this class. Prerequisite: instructor’s approval.
This course biblically examines global business ethics, values, and strategies that shape and guide the believer, the church, and the company in global business enterprise.
A study of legal theory as it applies to the everyday business world inhabited by organizational managers. The student studies the principles of business law and the legal environment including the legal process, contracts, commercial relations, business formations, and special topics such as property, environmental law, labor-management relations, and international law. Prerequisites: BIB306 and MGT335.
Topics include descriptive statistics, elements of probability, probability distributions, sampling, estimation and confidence intervals, tests of hypotheses, linear regression, and correlation.
A study of human factors in business, including the total employee-employer relationship: job analysis, selection, training, transfer, promotion, dismissal of employees, and industrial relations.
Valuation methods available to the manager for the determination of the optimal financial structure of the firm. Emphasis is on financial statement analysis, cash flow analysis, capital budgeting, investment, and financing decisions. Prerequisite: ACC220.
A study of the chronological progress of the income tax system combined with the Federal Revenue codes under the changing political and economic environments. Emphasis is on the elements of gross income, adjusted gross income, exclusions, itemized deductions, exemptions and preparation of individual tax returns in detail. A brief introduction to tax laws for corporations, partnerships, estates, and trusts will also be included.
An overview of the scientific methods available to the managerial decision maker. Topics include linear programming, the transportation problem, queuing, simulation, project management, forecasting, facility location and layout, inventory control, quality assurance, and job design. Prerequisite: BUS310.
A course examining contemporary business issues through integrating coursework and acquired knowledge in the business discipline. Attention will be given to a biblical worldview, vocational pursuit, and a strategy for life-long learning. An additional course component is senior assessment. Must be taken as last course in major program.
THREE OF THE FOLLOWING
This course is designed to consider the practical application of business principles and the various methodological aspects in the business environment This course will include student participation in a live business environment. These activities will form the basis of seminar discussions where the business will be analyzed from a biblical perspective. The goal of these courses is to help the student learn, evaluate, and sharpen practical business management skills.
The course focuses on starting a small business through an emphasis on thinking creatively. The student is encouraged to turn knowledge and skills into entrepreneurial activity and will also include opening a franchise or expanding a family business. Additionally, the curriculum will cover the basic knowledge necessary to operate a small business. Topics 190 include (but are not limited to) writing a business plan, developing entrepreneurial skills, and doing case studies of successful small businesses.
A survey of investments including stocks, bonds, government securities, and financial intermediaries. Emphasis is placed on security analysis, valuation, and portfolio management. Topics include personal financial strategies and investment alternatives. Prerequisite: ECN200.
This course identifies and develops key sales and customer service skills by discovering customer wants and needs through effective relationship building, clear communication (emphasizing listening), product knowledge, presentation marketing, and closing strategies. The course will also cover related subjects such as developing strong negotiating and persuasive skills and the importance of being authentic when developing an effective winning sales presentation.
TMU Online Business Management equips students to enter the competitive business world in a variety of leadership positions.
Graduates of the online Business Management program enter the business field with leadership, management, and practical skills that set them up for success in many areas of business, such as accounting, marketing, and more. They also have a foundation in biblical integrity that will help them stand out as leaders among their peers.
- Business Owner
- International Business
The Master’s University is committed to providing quality Christian education to believers around the world.
To be admitted as an undergraduate, bachelors degree-seeking student in the Online School of Education, you must meet the following requirements:
- Have a clear profession of faith in Jesus Christ as your personal Savior.
- Be a high school graduate or have a GED certificate.
- Demonstrate college-level writing ability.
- Submit official transcripts from all other colleges and universities attended.