B.B.A. Management Senior Living Administration Emphasis
The senior living industry (e.g., assisted living, independent living, and memory care) is rapidly growing and in need of compassionate leaders with the management skills to meet the needs and desires of the senior population. Southwestern Adventist University’s Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in Management and an emphasis in Senior Living Administration will meet the educational needs of aspiring senior living leaders. Students will gain a foundational understanding of the key areas of business administration and management as well as how to apply these principles in the successful operation of a senior living community. Additionally, students will become knowledgeable on topics specifically related to the industry such as federal and state regulations, senior wellness and community operations. According to the Texas licensing standards for assisted living facilities, the program meets and exceeds the educational requirements to be an assisted living manager in the state of Texas.
Business Core Courses
Required of all BBA students.
*BUAD 202 is required of all Freshman BBA majors. Junior level transfer students may substitute a business elective for this class with approval from their advisor. Southwestern students who are changing from another major to a BBA are also required to take BUAD 202 unless their advisor recommends an alternative.
The General Education speech requirement is satisfied through BUAD 317 which is completed in the degree section of this major.