The purpose of this study is to suggest effective procedures and contents for teaching Business English as a liberal arts subject. I used two kinds of questionnaires in this study. The first surveys students`` English levels, preferred class activities, and characteristics, such as goals, interests, strengths, weaknesses, and needs. I used the results to inform the syllabus and lesson procedure. The main content related to Business English consisted of a movie script and auxiliary textbooks. They contained expressions used in the office, on a resume, in a self-introduction, on a listening evaluation sheet and activity, etc. I used a movie, group activity, pop song, role-play, quiz, and a presentation of culture in class. In the second survey, at the end of the semester, I verified student levels, preferred class activities, and satisfaction with my Business English course and the lesson procedure. I focused on students`` academic performance and learner-centered education. The conclusion is that Business English as a liberal arts subject is useful for many job seekers, and movie scripts suit students`` needs and interests.