Click here for the Four Year Projection of courses offered by the Business Department.
View Eastern's current course catalog for full course descriptions.
|Course Number||Course Name||Credits|
|ACCT 107||Principles of Acccounting I||3|
|ACCT 108||Principles of Acccounting II||3|
|ANTH 301||Christianity, Anthropology and Economic Systems||3|
|BUSA 221||Business Statistics||3|
|ECON 205||Essentials of Economics||3|
|ECON 220||Faith and Economic Justice||3|
|ECON 240||Economic Development of Developing Countries||3|
|ECON 315W||Economic Reasoning Seminar||3|
|ECON 480||Development Studies Seminar||3|
|ENTR 202||Marketing in Entrepreneurial Organizations||3|
|ENTR 320||Social Entrepreneurship||3|
|FIN 360||Business Finance||3|
|Comparative Government and Politics
|SOC 372||Community Development in Developing Nations||3|
|One of the follwing (this will also fulfiill the Cultural Horizons Breadth Core Requirement):||3|
|HIST 353||History of the Middle East|
|HIST 354||History of Latin America|
|INST 213||Heritage of India|
|INST 218||Heritage of Islam|
|SOC 350||Poverty, Oppression and Development in Africa|
|TOTAL CREDIT HOURS||45|
Recommended: ECON 495: Internship (3-6 credits). ¬†Minor with the language department, anthropology, environmental studies, missions political science or sociology.
Management students are encouraged to schedule classes according to the four-year plan set out by the Business Department.