The PreLaw in Business Program is designed to prepare students to serve in society and the church with the principle that “our work is worship.” The PreLaw Program in Business is structured to provide the student with the knowledge and application of the basic legal concepts, the purpose and principles of the founding documents of this nation, and the political and governmental policies that impact the legal profession in America. The program will culminate with an internship or a practicum that provides the student an opportunity to apply management principles and skills learned through their major.
Upon completion of this program, the student should be able to:
- Demonstrate management concepts in an existing business.
- Evaluate a business idea and develop a business plan.
- Analyze business operations and provide recommendations for improvement.
- Evaluate financial condition and statements of a business and propose courses of action.
- Apply the legal principles and theories of the U.S. legal system to business situations to determine the applicable law and recommended course of action.
- Apply management principles to manage people and processes within an organization.