School of Business

Greetings in the name of our wonderful Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ! Welcome to the School of Business.

  • Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting - B.Com.)
  • Bachelor of Business Administration (B.BA.)
  • Master of Global Business (M.GB.)
  • Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.)
  • Doctor of Philosophy (P.hD.)

Welcome to Christ’s University in Pacific, (CUP), Faculty of Business!  To prepare you for a successful and fulfilling career, we offer and coordinate all the requirements for study under-graduate and post-graduate program in business administration and global business. We look forward to assisting you and providing many opportunities to enhance your future career. As a business student you are advised to use this handbook, along with other important information sources, for guidance in the under-graduate and post-graduate business program.  Official information sources include the Under-graduate and post-graduate Handbook, Student Manual, Class Schedule, and department academic advisors.  Regularly meeting with an academic advisor is a good way to stay informed.

The purpose of the business major is to prepare students for a variety of job opportunities in both Christian organizations and secular business and/or graduate school by developing their intellectual capacity, leadership abilities, spiritual lives, and attitude of service. General knowledge of business principles complements a balance of techniques, theory, and practical application provided in each chosen concentration. Learning Outcomes: Graduates of the business program will be able to;

make ethical and moral choices based on a biblical worldview;

communicate effectively in written and oral presentations;

use current technology and computer applications effectively in their chosen profession;

relate knowledge to practical experiences; and

be prepared to pursue advanced study in their chosen field.

Business administrators shape and steer a firm's strategic plans based on a complex analysis of the business environment. This analysis includes considering the socio-political and economic climate of the areas in which the company conducts business. These administrators must have an understanding of finance, accounting, marketing, operations and management. Business certificate, diploma, bachelor , and postgraduate degree programs prepare you for this career not only by providing training in hard skills such as finance, economic, and accounting, but also by exposing you to human resource management, effective communication and the legal and ethical issues pertaining to conducting business locally, nationally, regionally, and globally.

With respect and sincere gratitude,