Cross-Cultural Business Administration Major

(listed under the World Missions Department and Business Administration Department)

Cross-Cultural Business Administration is an interdisciplinary degree that integrates missiological principles with business principles to prepare students in the area of international business. With knowledge of cross-cultural principles, a student in this major is enabled to enter creative access countries (CACs) with a marketable skill. This could be as a mission field business manager, developing micro-enterprises, or needing multinational business or another organizational skills. The graduate with this degree could help develop economically viable community projects that would enhance the living standard of the community and financial resources to the local and worldwide church. This degree establishes the foreign worker in an acceptable role in communities that disparage professional religious workers.

** Please note: This program description is for students entering Toccoa Falls College in the 2013-2014 catalog year.

GENERAL EDUCATION – 69 hours

BIBLE & THEOLOGY – 30 hours

BIB 213 Hermeneutics
BMI 213 Theology of Missions
BMI 473 Power Encounter
BSF 103 Foundations for Spiritual Formation
NTE 103 Introduction to the New Testament
NTE ___ New Testament Elective
OTE 103 Introduction to the Old Testament
OTE ___ Old Testament Elective
THE 303 Introduction to Theology
3 hours of Theology Elective

HUMANITIES – 18 hours

COM 113 Introduction to Communication
ENG 113 Freshman Composition I
ENG 123 Freshman Composition II
HUM 103 Western Thought & Culture
PHY 113 Introduction to Philosophy or  Language*
3 hours 200- or 300-level Literature elective from AML or ENG except ENG 201, 243, 393

*World Missions Department highly recommends its students take at least one semester of a language; however, students with TESOL Minor must elect SPN 113 or FRN 113.

SOCIAL SCIENCES – 12 hours

ANT 203 Cultural Anthropology
ECO 213 Microeconomics
PSY 113 General Psychology
3 hours History elective

COMPUTER, SCIENCE, & MATHEMATICS – 9 hours

CSC 393 Management Information Systems
SCI 113 Scientific Literacy or other science elective
MAT 253 Introduction to Statistics

MAJOR – 46 hours

World Missions Core for CCBA (22 hours)

ANT 323 Applied Ethnography
ANT 363 Religious Belief Systems
ANT 372 Sociolinguistics
ANT 483 Anthropology Research Project
ICS 113 Gifts, Guidance, & Goals
ICS 323 World Religions
ICS 362 International Business Internship
ICS 483 Intercultural Development Strategy Project

Business Administration Core for CCAB (24 hours)

ACC 213 Principles of Accounting I
ACC 223 Principles of Accounting II
BUS 113 Introduction to Business
BUS 443 International Business
BUS 473 Business Finance
MAN 213 Principles of Management
MAN 453 International Management
MKT 213 Principles of Marketing

OPEN ELECTIVES – 12 hours

In view of the specific nature of this Major, it is recommended that the student select Open Electives from the following courses to total 12 hours:

BUS 303 Business for Nonprofit Organizations
BUS 333 Business Ethics
ICS 383 Training & Discipling
ICS 453 Cross-Cultural Communication
ICS 473 Urban Ministry/Practicum
MAN 383 Organizational Behavior & Development

TOTAL = 127 hours

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