Williamson College is serious about the integration of biblical thinking with professional pursuits.
This major is designed to equip students to lead for – and non-profit organizations, not only in the maximization of stockholder wealth, but also for the greater good of the community and world. Students at WC are challenged to think biblically and analytically in order to develop solutions for some of the most intractable problems facing mankind in the 21st century.
At WC, we believe business pursuits can be a noble purpose and, when subservient to God’s sovereignty, a calling that can be fully God-honoring and useful in the encouragement and expansion of His Kingdom. Therefore, our students are challenged to think in an inter-disciplinary way; that is, to study across a spectrum of subjects including church leadership, spiritual formation and biblical ethics. By doing so, our graduates are equipped and empowered to think globally, as well as locally, in collaborating cross-culturally to advance the mission of their organization.
This major requires completion of 122 credit hours.
Graduating students will:
1. Demonstrate an ability to think biblically, analytically, and managerially in addressing business and organizational problems within their community and world.
2. Be able to identity and graph organizational culture and explain the implications for the accomplishment of organizational mission.
3. Be able to explain and develop a shared and compelling organizational vision including the subcomponents of 1) Mission, 2) Values, and 3) Goals, and 4) Strategies.
4. Be able to express, both orally and written, a means of world transformation accomplished through Christ-like servant leadership and management principles.
5. Be able to express knowledge of entrepreneurial principles and the ability to launch new organizational ventures.
1. The ability to articulate the basic tenets of the Christian faith.
2. A working knowledge of biblical truths that can be utilized in both personal and professional situations.
The coursework is divided up as follows:
General Education Courses: 41 Credit Hours
Major Courses: 60 Credit Hours
Electives: 21 Credit Hours
Minors & Concentrations:
Under Business Administration students have the option of adding an Accounting concentration or a Non-Profit Managerial Leadership concentration.
The School of Business Administration also offers minors in Accounting. To fulfill a minor, students complete a minimum of 24 credit hours in upper division Accounting classes.