It is the purpose of the Crowell School of Business to prepare highly skilled, technically competent business persons who have broad preparation in the liberal arts and who can make significant contributions in the workplace or in Christian organizations they may serve.
The Crowell School of Business offers five curricular concentrations leading to a Bachelor of Science degree in International Business Administration: Accounting, Business Management, Marketing and Management Information Systems. The program is structured to give the student a broad understanding of the social and economic environment in which Christian business people function. Core courses include economics, finance, management, business law, accounting and marketing. The five different concentrations prepare students through additional specified courses to enter a career field in those areas, or to select a graduate school for continuing education in business administration. Students wishing to enter the business law profession or business education will want to choose courses from these areas of emphasis.
Admission into Biola University does not guarantee admission to the business administration major in the Crowell School of Business, nor permission to enroll in upper division Business Administration courses (Intermediate Accounting excepted). Students typically apply to CSB during their 4th semester.
Students interested in transferring in as a Business Administration major, the following requirements must be observed:
1. Complete, with a minimum "C" (2.0) grade in each of the following courses or the equivalent:
2. A minimum requirement of 30 hours of General Education (which includes Bible) must be completed.
3. Accomplish an overall cumulative GPA of 2.5 in all college level course work completed at the time of formal application to the Crowell School of Business.
4. File an application with the Crowell School of Business for acceptance. Applications are accepted once during the fall and spring semesters.
5. Meet approval of the academic advisor of the Crowell School of Business. The process may require an interview.
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The business community is searching for leaders with high ethical and moral standards. Those attributes are integral dimensions for graduates of the Crowell School of Business whose course of study has prepared them to be highly skilled, technically competent business people with a broad liberal arts background who can make significant contributions in both the secular and Christian workplace.
Biola graduates from the Business Administration major have gone on to study at the following graduate schools:
UCLA, Pacific University, UC Irvine, UC San Diego, University of Southern California