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Core courses in this minor will complement nearly any major by giving you an overview of business and finance principles that can be applied to any organization or corporation.

Why should I study business?

The business minor will help you identify and solve strategic needs inside for-profit businesses, nonprofit organizations, government, and ministries.

What can I do with this degree?

Some of the career fields our graduates enter are:

  • Healthcare
  • Ministry
  • Information technology
  • Communications
  • Marketing
  • Project Management

What skills will I develop?

  • Decision-making
  • Presentation skills
  • Collaboration and teamwork
  • Strategic thinking
  • Integrating ethics and core values into business decisions
  • Critical thinking

You’ll also have the opportunity to participate in the R.E.A.L. Experience—a program specifically designed to help you gain the relevant, hands-on experience employers desire—so that when you graduate, you’ll be as impressive in practice as you are on paper.

What unique experiences or opportunities will I have?

  • Group projects and presentations
  • Integration of Christian values into business principles
  • Opportunities to practice your business skills

Over $24 - median hourly wage of recent business graduates

90%

or more alumni reported being prepared for current job

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FEB 12 2019

The Art of Conversation

6:45 p.m. The Underground

An interactive event for CAS students to develop conversation skills used at career fairs, interviews, and networking events.

MAY 6 2019

Options in Business and Economics Event

4 p.m. CLC Lobby

Explore your options in the Business and Economics Department at Bethel University!

JUNE 11 2019

Bethel Business Academy

3 p.m.

Envision Your Future: Connect. Develop. Explore.

Program Features

Bethel Business and Economics Association

Students in the Bethel Business and Economics Association (BBEA) gain the training, skills, and networking opportunities important to success in the workplace.

Accredited by the ACBSP

Bethel's Department of Business and Economics programs are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP), a leading specialized accreditation association for business education supporting, celebrating, and rewarding teaching excellence.

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