Biblical Economics & Management programs of Study

Program Description

The degrees offered in Divinity are awarded to students completing 64 credit hours for Associate of Arts; an additional 64 credit hours for Bachelor of Arts; 48 Credit hours for Master and 68 Credit Hours for Doctorate. This program is designed to combine the core classes’ electives, and special topics with the general requirement for completion of each degree study.

program objectives

The objectives of these programs are basic to the institution’s general purpose and philosophy, and are in keeping with the objectives of the particular concentration.
Specifically, these programs of study enable students to:
1. Demonstrate a general knowledge of the Bible, including a comprehensive
understanding of the major books on Human Services
2. Develop an understanding of the underlying principles of Biblical
3. Apply correct biblical principles in decision making and personal Christian
4. Make effective use of the Bible in a particular ministry of general Christian
5. Develop a understanding of the historical application Human Services of
religion in America and elsewhere;
6. Develop a working knowledge of various manuscripts and translation of
the Bible;
7. Achieve skills in research methodology and preparation of major research

Prior Knowledge/prerequisites

The prerequisite for enrollment in the Associate in Economics and Management is a GED or High School Diploma. For enrollment in the Bachelor in Economics and Management is in earned Associate in Economics and Management. For enrollment in the Master in Economics and Management is an earned degree in Bachelor in Economics and Management. For enrollment in the Doctor in Economics and Management is an earned degree in Master in Economics and Management. These prerequisites should include a minimum of 19 credit hours in Bible.

Course # Course Name Credit
En-131 English Grammar 3 credit hours
En-132 English Composition 3 credit hours
Bi-134 Manners & Customs I 3 credit hours
Bi-135 Manners & Customs II 3 credit hours
Bi-131 The Pentateuch 3 credit hours
Th-221 Bible Doctrine I 3 credit hours
Th-222 Bible Doctrine II 3 credit hours
Th-331 Systematic Theology I 3 credit hours
Th-332 Systematic Theology II 3 credit hours
Bi-EM- 221 Economics 4 credit hours
Bi-EM- 222 Statistics 4 credit hours
Bi-EM-223 Mathematics 4 credit hours
Bi-EM-224 Microeconomics 4 credit hours
Bi-EM-225 Industrial Economics 3 credit hours
Bi-EM-226 Finance 3 credit hours
Bi-EM-227 International Economics 3 credit hours
Bi-EM-228 Labor Economics 3 credit hours
Bi-EM-229 Macroeconomics 4 credit hours
Bi-EM-230 Monetary Economics 4 credit hours
Bi-EM-321 Natural Resources 3 credit hours
Bi-EM-322 Environmental Economics 4 credit hours
Bi-EM-323 Economic Development and Growth 4 credit hours
BI-EM-324 Public Economics 4 credit hours
Bi-EM-325 Public Policy 3 credit hours
Bi-EM-326 Political Economy 3 credit hours
Bi-EM-327 History of Economic Methodology 4 credit hours
Bi-EM-328 Economic History 3 credit hours
Bi-EM-334 Economic Ideas in Political Times 3 credit hours
Total 64 credit hours

Course # Course Name Credit
Bi-EM-329 Strategic Management 4 credit hours
Bi-EM-330 Organization Studies 4 credit hours
Bi-EM-421 International Business 4 credit hours
Bi-EM-422 Responsibility and Ethical Business 4 credit hours
Bi-EM-423 Governance 3 credit hours
Bi-EM-424 Human Resource Management 3 credit hours
Bi-EM-425 Entrepreneurship & Innovation 4 credit hours
Bi-EM-426 Management (General) 3 credit hours
Bi-EM-427 Shoulders of Giants 3 credit hours
Bi-EM-428 Theory of Social Choice on Networks 4 credit hours
Bi-EM-429 Theoretical Foundations of New
Structural Economics 4 credit hours
Bi-EM-521 Bond Pricing and Yield Curve Modeling 4 credit hours
Bi-EM-522 Financial Crisis 3 credit hours
Bi-EM-523 Corporate Governance 3 credit hours
Bi-EM-524 Bank Capital 3 credit hours
Bi-EM-525 Managing Portfolio 4 credit hours
Bi-EM-526 Credit Risk in Bank 4 credit hours
Bi-EM-527 Commodity 3 credit hours
Total 64 credit hours

Course # Course Name Credit
Bi-EM-528 Markets and the Global Economy 4 credit hours
Bi-EM-529 Introduction to Corporate Finance 3 credit hours
Bi-EM-621 Applied Conic Finance 3 credit hours
Bi-EM-622 Insurance Risk & Ruin 3 credit hours
Bi-EM-623 Credit Risk 3 credit hours
Bi-EM-624 Financial System 3 credit hours
Bi-EM-625 Financial Regulation 4 credit hours
Bi-EM-626 Central Bank Policy 3 credit hours
Bi-EM-627 Economics in International Trade &
Investment Disputes 4 credit hours
Bi-EM-628 The Law and Economics of
Framework Agreements 4 credit hours
Bi-EM-629 Collateral Frameworks 3 credit hours
Bi-EM-630 Corporate Strategy 4 credit hours
Bi-EM-631 A New History of Management 3 credit hours
Bi-EM-632 Organizational Project Manager 4 credit hours

Total 48 credit hours
SPT-698 Master’s Thesis 6 credit hours

Bi-EM-721 Macroeconomics Paradigms 4 credit hours
Bi-EM-722 The UK Economy 3 credit hours
Bi-EM-723 Central Bank at a Crossroad 3 credit hours
Bi-EM-724 The Federal Reserve’s Role in the
Global Economy 3 credit hours
Bi-EM-725 Commodities in the Global Economy 4 credit hours
Bi-EM-726 The Law and Economics 4 credit hours
Bi-EM-727 Economics of Sustainable Energy 3 credit hours
Bi-EM-728 Economic Laws in Trade Agreement 3 credit hours
Bi-EM-821 The Politics of Technological Progress 3 credit hours
Bi-EM-822 Beyond USA Hegemony in
International Development 4 credit hours
BI-EM-823 World Economy 4 credit hours
Bi-EM-824 Politics of Technology in Africa 3 credit hours
Bi-EM-825 Special Economic Zones in India 3 credit hours
Bi-EM-826 The G20 Development Agenda 3 credit hours
Bi-EM-827 Social Sector in a Decentralized
Economy 3 credit hours
Bi-EM-829 Reclaiming Development in the
World Trading System 4 credit hours
Bi-EM-830 Religion and Politics in Historical
Perspective 4 credit hours
Bi-EM-831 Rules, Religion, and Riches 3 credit hours
Bi-EM-832 Financial System and Economic Growth 4 credit hours
Bi-EM-833 The Regulation of the Global Water
Services Market 3 credit hours
Bi-EM-834 Governing in a Polarized Age 3 credit hours
Bi-EM-835 Economic Analysis 3 credit hours
Bi-EM-836 The Ethics of Influence 3 credit hours
Bi-EM-837 Dispute Settlement 3 credit hours

Total 68 credit hours
SPT-Dis 898 Dissertation 9 credit hours