The Batterman School of Business/Haab School of Business emboldens a global network of transformational and collaborative Christian leaders, dedicated faculty, entrepreneurial students, and active alumni who come together to create maximum social impact through ethical practice, innovation and service.
Concordia University prepares students to assume effective and responsible leadership roles in organizations or related professional activities. A three part curriculum is required to accomplish this goal (Bachelor of Science in Business).
First, the liberal arts core provides students with the intellectual and self knowledge skills to understand themselves and their dynamic world. Students learn to communicate and develop an understanding of the religious, cultural, social, economic, international, and technical environments in which individuals and organizations will exist in the future. By taking courses in religion and ethics, students develop a Christian value system for dealing conscientiously with their various publics.
The second part of the curriculum is the business common body-of-knowledge, required of all business division graduates. This core provides students with an understanding of the dynamics of the firm, introduction to the functional areas of the organization, basic managerial and organizational concepts, and an overall view of policy making. The qualitative and quantitative nature of this common-core enables students to develop their critical and analytical skills.
The third section of the curriculum provides students an opportunity to concentrate and obtain sufficient competence and skill to experience the joy of useful work and contribute to church and community in a profession or vocation. Only accredited transfer credits from NCA or Equivalent Accredited Institutions will be accepted.
*Business division majors will be expected to participate in the Business Passport program which tracks and recognizes participation in co-curricular learning activities that includes seminars, networking events, clubs, boot camps and pitch events.
All students pursuing a Business major or minor must earn a grade of C- or better in all Business core, major, or minor courses to earn a business degree.
Students wishing to double major in Business or major and minor in Business should note that only 6 credits may overlap between the Business Core, your majors, and your minors. If you have more than 6 overlapping credits, you are allowed to substitute a maximum of 1 course for a related course that would not overlap.
- Accounting Major (A)
- Business Communications Major (A)
- Economics Major (A)
- Entrepreneurship Major (A)
- Finance Major (A)
- Health Care Administration (A)
- Hospitality and Event Business Major (A)
- Management Major (A)
- Marketing Major (A)
- Public Relations Major (A)
- Sport and Entertainment Business Major (A)
- Accounting Minor (A)
- Business Communications Minor (A)
- Economics Minor (A)
- Entrepreneurship Minor (A)
- Family Business Minor (A)
- Finance Minor (A)
- Forensic Accounting Minor (A)
- Hospitality and Event Business Minor (A)
- Human Resource Management Minor (A)
- Individualized Business Minor (A)
- Management Minor (A)
- Managerial Accounting Minor (A)
- Marketing Minor (A)
- Public Relations Minor (A)
- Sport and Entertainment Business Minor (A)