Be Equipped to Start Your Future Business
Business in the modern world necessitates virtuous men and women, grounded in their faith with high regard for ethical issues and principles. These young entrepreneurs must attain a diverse set of knowledge and skills to be successful in business ventures. The Business Department’s philosophy is to integrate Christ-centered ethics into entrepreneurial courses whilst also developing strong business acumen among students.
Students completing the Bachelor’s of Science in Business Entrepreneurship program at Central Christian College of Kansas find themselves prepared to adapt to the ever-changing field of Entrepreneurship. The modern world is constantly evolving requiring the businessmen and women of the future to constantly develop alongside it. Central Christian College of Kansas and its faculty are dedicated to preparing young entrepreneurs as they grasp an understanding of the business world and an appreciation for the free market.
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Possible Career Paths
- Engineering Entrepreneurship – $58,409*
- Work from Home Corporate Entrepreneurship – $50,449*
- Work from Home Engineering Entrepreneurship – $50,446*
*O*Net – National Median Wage Data
Business Core (36 Credits)
BS-AC 220 Financial Accounting (3)
BS-AC 221 Managerial Accounting (3)
BS-CP 235 Computer Application in Business (3)
BS-EC 260 Microeconomics (3)
BS-EC 261 Macroeconomics (3)
BS-MG 311 Advanced Professional Communication (3)
BS-MG 351 Principles of Management (3)
BS-MG 352 Principles of Marketing (3)
BS-MG 353 Principles of Finance (3)
BS-MG 357 Business Law (3)
BS-MG 363 Professional Ethics (3)
BS-MG 451 Strategic Management (3)
Entrepreneurship Core (18 Credits)
S-MG 356 Human Resource Management (3)
BS-MG 365 Sales and Sales Force Management (3)
BS-MG 371 Introduction to Entrepreneurship (3)
BS-RM 205 Principles of Insurance and Risk Management (3)
BS-RM 306 Commercial Insurance and Risk Management (3)
Upper Division Elective (3)
Bachelor of Science in Business: Entrepreneurship = 120 Credit Hours
- 43 Credits – General Education
- 36 Credits – Business Core
- 18 Credits – Entrepreneurship Core
- 23 Credits – Open Electives
- Evaluate knowledge in business, management, and accounting principles while developing unique and creative solutions to business-related challenges and operations.
- Develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills while conducting appropriate research.
- Summarize the contributions of business and economics historically and within contemporary culture.
- Collaborate with those from diverse cultures and differing worldviews as an effective member of a team.
- Structure business practices to ascertain industry opportunities while exercising social responsibility at the local, national and global levels.
- Justify the responsibility that a business has to all stakeholders and engage society as ethical and productive citizens.
- Integrate ethical reasoning and worldview to decision-making and business practices.
- Evaluate business-related theories in practices from an evangelical Christian perspective.
- Articulate and defend the role of Christian character in personal and professional dealings.
- Express thoughts, ideas, and findings effectively, utilizing multiple mediums of communication.
- Facilitate the effective use of organizational resources, i.e. human, physical, and financial, while practicing appropriate Biblical stewardship.
- Practice appropriate professional appearance and behavior as a professional identity is developed.
Anyone interested in business is encouraged to join Phi Beta Lambda (PBL). Monthly meetings include special speakers and tours. Student leaders develop annual projects conducted by the organization. In the spring, members have an opportunity to demonstrate their business skills at the Kansas PBL State Leadership Conference (SLC). Central students typically win 35-40 awards at this conference. Central Christian College of Kansas state winners participate and place regularly at the PBL National Leadership Conference (NLC) held at various sites across the nation.
Students in the Business Department have the opportunity to join the lifetime society of Sigma Beta Delta (SBD). As one of the leading prestigious business honor societies their focus is on wisdom, honor, and aspirations.
Membership in Central’s chapter of SBD is reserved for the most distinguished of the departments students. Established in 2016, the chapter inducts 2-5 students each spring.
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The Central Christian College business student has multiple ways to enrich their educational experience through off-campus opportunities. The department regularly offers national and international travel opportunities to study various topics including economics, finance, culture, trade, and monetary systems. Arrangements can also be made to study with the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU) in their Best Semester program. CCC is also partnering with Students International where students have the opportunity to spend a semester in another country studying local culture, finance, economics, language, investment, entrepreneurship, etc.
Topics include staffing, performance appraisal, compensation, training and development, employee rights, and unionization. Contemporary issues include quality of work-life and legal environment.
This is a basic course dealing with the fundamentals of integrity based personal selling. Areas studied include understanding the sales industry and potential occupations; and the sales process including prospecting/qualifying, pre-approach/approach, sales presentation, sales resistance, closing, and follow-up after the sale. Other areas include proper communication, customer relationships, buyer behavior, and sales force management.
This course is designed to provide an understanding of the administrative problems of
small business through the study of organization, planning, communications, and control.
An introduction to the concept of risk, the process of risk management, the concept and business of insurance, including fundamental doctrines, social value, loss exposures and protection, insurance regulation, insurance carriers, reinsurance, marketing, underwriting and claims adjusting. This course aligns with the curriculum found in AINS 21 offered by The Institutes of Malvern, PA. At the end of the course, the student will be given the opportunity to take a national qualifying exam that may lead to an AINS professional designation.
Types of managerial functions necessary for organizational operation are explored. The course is built around the topics of planning, organizing, directing, controlling and decision making.
Nature and purpose of accounting, basic accounting concepts and procedures, methods of processing, summarizing and classifying financial data. The accounting cycle, merchandising, measuring and reporting current assets and liabilities, and accounting for partnerships and corporations are topics covered.
This is the final capstone course including Accounting, Management, Entrepreneurship, Risk Management, and Organizational Leadership. A case method approach is used involving topics such as strategic planning, policy, and ethics, among others. Group work, class presentation, discussion, and participation are expected. This course is designed to be taken after the student has completed the business core.
Heath WhitehouseChair of Business Division
Dr. Enrique BarreiroChair of Masters Program in Strategic Leadership
Dr. David FerrellBusiness Instructor