Traditional Undergraduate

Business Administration Degree

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA)

Associate & Minor Available



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16 weeks (semester)

Delivery Method

Traditional On-Campus, Lancaster

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The business world needs Christian leaders. Be one of them. Whether you’re an aspiring business mogul, want to run your own startup, work at a Fortune 500 company or consider yourself more of the entrepreneurial type, get the training you need to succeed.

Through our business administration major, you’ll receive a blend of both Bible and business classes, equipping you spiritually and academically to effectively serve in your professional and personal life. Our hands-on learning and practical business training puts our graduating students on equal footing with other candidates applying for entry-level business positions. Our business administration program is truly singular and offers students a unique chance to learn how to integrate their faith into the workplace through a Christian education at college. Plus, you can earn your business degree online through our undergraduate degrees program.

The business major has grown immensely, and to accommodate that rapid growth and interest in the program, we created a business suite on campus to give students a taste of what working the real world might be like. The business suite is complete with office-style work spaces and cubicles, meeting areas, collaborative technology and a real-time feed of the stock market showcased on LED ticker tape.

Areas of focus include: Accounting, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Human Resources, Marketing, Sales

Where LBC Students Have Interned

  • Human Resources, Fortune 500 Company
  • Online Advertising Coordinator, Marketing Agency
  • Business Management Assistant, National Franchise

Can I Transfer Credits?

Yes! Read about LBC’s transfer policy

Other Program Selections

Associate of Science (ASBA) – 61 credits
Minor – 17 credits

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Bachelor's Program Scope

Business Administration (122 Credits)

Bible & Theology Core 43 Credits

Arts & Sciences Core 37 Credits

Business Administration Core 42 Credits

View the Academic Catalog for the complete curriculum plan, course descriptions and program details.

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Program Distinctives - What makes this LBC program unique?
  • Learn from our experienced faculty who have worked at and with world-leading companies, including ExxonMobil, Turkey Hill, Cargill and Armstrong World Industries.
  • Get practical, hands-on experience in real-world businesses with internships.
  • Integrate your Christian faith and calling with your business skills and acumen.
Career Paths

The business administration bachelor’s degree prepares students for a wide range of technical and/or ministry contexts. Here is a sampling of careers and opportunities this degree affords:

  • Accountant
  • Agency Underwriter
  • Banker
  • Budget Analyst
  • Business Risk Consultant
  • Business Management
  • Certified Financial Planner
  • Entrepreneur
  • Nonprofit Management
  • Purchasing Manager
  • Senior Management
  • Supply Chain Manager
Program Goals – In this program, students will…
  • Comprehension and Knowledge: Demonstrate knowledge of and proficiency in concepts, practices and skills specific to the functional areas of business.
  • Competency and Critical Thinking: Use creative thinking to synthesize ideas and expertise, apply analytical and problem-solving skills, and take appropriate risks in developing innovative and practical approaches to various business challenges.
  • Communication: Demonstrate effective skills in written and oral communications. Communicate in writing to a targeted audience with clarity, appropriate tone, proper mechanics and relevant content. Orally present with confidence, effective voice inflection, clarity and appropriate visual aids.
  • Character: Respond appropriately when confronted with moral and ethical dilemmas through the integration of a biblical worldview in personal and professional situations.
Core Courses for a Business Administration Student

BUS 102 Introduction to Business
BUS 221 Business Workshop
BUS 103 Information Systems for Business
BUS 113 Foundations of Accounting
BUS 205 Finance
BUS 230 Leadership
BUS 302 Marketing
BUS 307 Business Law
BUS 305 Operations Management
BUS 402 International Business
BUS/MKT/ACC Major Elective
BUS 204 Managerial Economics
BUS 425 Personal Finance
BUS 350 Business Internship I
BUS 410 Career Planning Seminar
BUS 400 Cross-Cultural Experience

Visit the catalog for the complete listing and descriptions.

Meet the Faculty

Anjanette Bender, JD
Associate Chair, Business Administration
Jeremy Campbell, DBA
Adjunct Faculty
Ted Mavraganis
Career Development Advisor
William (Bill) Rodruan, BS
Adjunct Faculty
Larry Rohrer
Adjunct Faculty
Martin Sauer, MBA
Assistant Professor, Chair, Business Administration Department
Erin Smith
Assistant Professor, Marketing Program Director

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Other Business Administration Programs Options

Associate Degree Program Plan
Bible & Theology 18
Arts & Sciences 18
Business Administration 24
Total 61

View the Academic Catalog for the complete curriculum plan, course descriptions and program details.

Minoring in the Program

These are the required courses for a minor in Business Administration (17 credits)

  • BUS 102 Introduction to Business (3)
  • BUS 103 Information Systems for Business (2)
  • BUS 113 Foundations for Accounting (3)
  • BUS 302 Marketing (3)
  • BUS BUS 205 Finance or BUS 307 Business Law (3)
  • BUS BUS 230 Leadership or BUS 207 Organizational Behavior (3)

View the Academic Catalog for details.

Looking for Ways to Finance Your Bachelor’s Degree?

LBC’s Financial Aid Office can help you navigate the process.