B.A. in Global Business

Global Business

Global Business Program

  • Accounting
  • Economics
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Finance
  • Information Technology Management
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Sport Business Management
  • Asia
  • Latin America
  • Middle East
  • Western Europe

Cedarville offers numerous study abroad opportunities, including:

  • Australia
  • Belgium
  • China
  • England
  • Ireland
  • Japan
  • Spain

Suggested Four-Year Curriculum for a Major in Global Business

Course Number Course Name Course Hours
ANTH-1800 Cultural Anthropology 3
BEGE-1720 Spiritual Formation 3
BUS-1000 The Business Profession 2
COM-1100 Fundamentals of Speech 3
GMTH-1020 College Algebra 3
GSS-1100 Politics and American Culture 3
HUM-1400 Introduction to the Humanities 3
ITM-1500 Information Technology for Business 2
ITM-1510 Software Tools for Business 2
LIT-2XXX Literature Elective 3
Marketing Electives 6
Biology Elective 3.5
Total 33.5
Course Number Course Name Course Hours
ACCT-2110 Principles of Accounting I 3
ACCT-2120 Principles of Accounting II 3
BEGE-2730 Old Testament Literature 3
BEGE-2740 New Testament Literature 3
BETH-2260 World Religions 3
BUS-2150 Statistics for Business 3
BUS-2180 Business Law 3
COM-2140 Intercultural Communication 3
ECON-2330 Microeconomics 3
PEF-1990 Physical Activity and the Christian Life 2
Global Studies Area Focus 6
Total 35
Course Number Course Name Course Hours
BEGE-3755 Theology I 3
BEGE-3765 Theology II 3
BUS-3910 International Business 3
ECON-2340 Macroeconomics 3
FIN-3710 Principles of Finance 3
INTL-3190 Global Issues 3
MGMT-3500 Principles of Organization and Management 3
MRKT-3600 Principles of Marketing 3
Global Studies Area Focus 6
Physical Science Elective 3.5
Total 33.5
Course Number Course Name Course Hours
BUS-4420 Business Ethics and Social Responsibility 2
MGMT-4510 Strategic Management 3
Global Studies Area Focus 4-5
Global Studies Concentration Requirements 12
Elective 4-5
Total 26

Integrated Business Core

As part of the Business Administration curriculum, most juniors choose to participate in the Integrated Business Core (IBC). This innovative program will help you develop a cross-disciplinary view of business. You will take Principles of Marketing, Principles of Management, as well as Principles of Finance along with a course called the IBC Practicum. The first three courses are taught so that you’ll be prepared for the activities and requirements of the fourth course. As part of the practicum, you will form a company, write a business plan, obtain a loan, implement your plan, make a profit, and close down operations. While running the company, you will also choose a local nonprofit organization to provide a minimum of 10 hours of work per student and all of your profits at the end of the semester. The IBC gives you more ownership of the learning process and provides practical, real-life experience of actually doing what you are learning about. In the years since its inception at Cedarville University, IBC students have donated 4,884 hours of service and $37,900 to nonprofit organizations.