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Bachelor of Business Administration

Program Details

Designed to train students to lead in the global business economy, Central Christian College of Kansas offers a Bachelor of Business Administration. Students are challenged to gain a deeper understanding of business within the healthcare industry. Some of the topics covered include risk assessment, performance improvement, and managing diverse workforces in healthcare. The online coursework prepares individuals to work in long-term care facilities, insurance companies, pharmaceutical companies, managed-care organizations, hospitals, finance, human resources, and business analysis. The program will provide students with the access to acquire a strong business background through addressing problems facing families, practitioners, caregivers and society within the healthcare industry.

By completing this degree program, graduates should be able to understand and apply organizational theory to current healthcare issues, and to demonstrate communication skills and problem solving abilities through various leadership concepts and in an investigative research project. Other course objectives include identifying leadership qualities in individuals by demonstrating how to apply them in managerial and supervisory situations, and to recognize the impact of health issues concerning today’s healthcare leaders.

The business fundamentals individuals will learn are taught from a Christian perspective.  Graduates are given the necessary knowledge for them to become a valuable asset to future employers or any organization individuals may choose to work in. The BBA caters to students interested in obtaining a degree combining healthcare and leadership skills.

Requirements

  • Statement of faith
  • Recommendations
  • Minimum 2.0 GPA
  • Completed Application Form
  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Higher Education Transcript(s)

Accreditation & Licensing

North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission