The Bachelor of Commerce program at Africa Nazarene University seeks to prepare men and women for effective participation in the business world.
The course of study includes liberal arts for a broad base of intellectual and social skills. Units in Bible, Christian beliefs and ethics reflect the desire of the university to train Christian leadership. Professional competence in business practices is complemented by the opportunity to specialize in the third and fourth years.
All Bachelor of Commerce students must take all units identified as BCM. These are foundational to the program, whichever of the concentrations students take in their third and fourth years. There are 22 of these units required of all students in the Bachelor of Commerce Program.
A student who graduates from Africa Nazarene University with a Bachelors degree in Commerce should:
- Be able to integrate sound Christian ethics into business and economic activities;
- Have developed and be able to apply problem solving and analytical skills;
- Be able to think creatively and innovatively and translate such thought to worthwhile business contributions;
- Be prepared for graduate study in business;
- Have grown and continue to grow in personal character, a thirst for knowledge and involvement in community affairs and church activities.
The curriculum is designed to provide students with a broad-based perspective of Management and the opportunity to specialize.