Business Management Degree (Online)

Coming spring 2017

If you believe God is calling you to a career in the business world, we want to help you prepare. Learn the essential aspects of business — leadership, organizational behavior, human resource management, finance and marketing — while becoming deeply rooted in Scripture. The result: You'll emerge with a highly developed skill set that will set you apart as a redeeming presence in any workplace.

What can you do with a business management degree? 

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Program features

  • Program is fully online, giving you the flexibility and convenience you need to fit school into your busy life
  • Participate in live classroom lectures and discussions, or watch them later at your convenience
  • Complete the program in as little as 25 months
  • Take one course at a time
  • Discussion-centered learning model
  • Courses taught by faculty with experience in the field
  • Unique to a Multnomah education is the opportunity to integrate biblical wisdom with management practices

What you'll learn 

  • A knowledge of general business principles and practices with a focus on how they pertain to ethical conduct and sustainability
  • The basic elements of business operations such as management, organizational behavior, human resources, finance and marketing
  • The ability to identify, analyze, implement and communicate business solutions that integrate a biblical worldview
  • An understanding of how organizations function and how to effectively manage their resources
  • An awareness of how business, as a vocational field, serves and advances the kingdom of God, serves the church, and benefits your community
  • How to conduct business and interact within communities across cultural borders


Business management major

  • LM 206D Essentials of Management 
  • BU 300D Innovation and Entrepreneurship 
  • BU 303D Organizational Behavior 
  • BU 306D Accounting for Managers 
  • BU 312D Project Management
  • BU 325D Finance for Non-Financial Managers
  • PHL 312D Principles of Ethics
  • BU 400D Marketing and Sales
  • BU 410D Managing Human Resources
  • BU 415D Leading Organizations 

Bible/theology core

  • BIB 111D Old Testament Pentateuch
  • BIB 327D Old Testament Prophetic Books
  • BIB 115D New Testament Gospels
  • BIB 325D New Testament Acts and Pauline Letters
  • BIB 113D Bible Study Methods
  • TH 200D Introduction to Theology

View full list of course descriptions


View the full 2016-17 schedule

2016-17 costs 

Tuition - $465 per credit hour

The Business Management program is 48 credit hours taken over four terms for a total program tuition cost of $22,320. Your tuition rate stays locked-in when you stay enrolled with your original cohort. Students who transfer to another cohort or change majors are subject to a change fee and are charged the current tuition rate.

Technology Fee - $115 per term

Textbooks - Costs vary from program to program but budget between $200 - $400 per term.  Used, rental or digital versions may cost less.

Financial aid

Need help paying for college? Discover financial aid options here

Admission requirements

To qualify for admission, applicants must:

  • Submit an application
  • Submit official transcripts from all schools previously attended
  • Possess a minimum of 60 credit hours* 
  • Have at least two years of full-time work experience
  • Complete program prerequisites (i.e., English Composition).

*Applicants with less than 60 hours may still enroll as pre-cohort students by taking a variety of courses on campus or online.

Graduation requirements

To graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Business Management, students must:

  • Complete 124 semester hours with a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or higher
  • Complete the 48 semester hours in the Degree Completion Program
  • Complete 41 semester hours of Electives
  • Complete 35 semester hours of General Education requirements including:
    • English/Communication (8 hours)
    • Humanities (6 hours)
    • Social Science (9 hours)
    • Natural Science and Math (9 hours)
    • General Education Electives (3 hours)
  • Complete the Service Learning requirement

Contact our Degree Completion Admissions Coordinator Jeff Pursley at 503.251.6591 or