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A bachelor’s degree is a post-secondary degree awarded after completed 120 credits. It usually takes eight semesters to complete a Bachelor’s degree. While completing an undergraduate course, candidates have to study general courses and chose a major specific subject. A Bachelor’s degree can also be called a baccalaureate in certain countries.

Business Management BBM is a bachelor’s degree program designed with a specific focus of developing professionals individuals who can work and execute their leadership knowledge and skills in the businesses and organizations.

Asia is the world's largest and most populous continent, located primarily in the eastern and northern hemispheres. It covers 8.7% of the Earth's total surface area and comprises 30% of its land area.

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Bachelor in International Business

HELP University
Campus Full time 3 years May 2017 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur

This program is designed for students who wish to specialise in courses that lead to a career in international business management. The program provides a broad foundation in business in addition to specialised studies in international management and international marketing. [+]

Bachelors in Business Management in Asia 2017. This program is designed for students who wish to specialise in courses that lead to a career in international business management. The program provides a broad foundation in business in addition to specialised studies in international management and international marketing. On completion of the program, graduates will have learnt interpersonal, negotiation, and leadership skills. Graduates will also have learnt how to generate global and local creative strategies, as well as the skills to effectively implement them. Entry Requirements Any one of the following: HELP Foundation in Arts / Foundation in Science with a minimum CGPA score of 2.0 out of 4.0 HELP Diploma in Business with a minimum CGPA score of 2.0 out of 4.0 2 Cs in STPM*** 2 A-Level passes 5 Bs in Senior Middle 3 (UEC) including Mathematics and English 5 CPU passes with a minimum average of 50% University Aggregate of 50% or ATAR score of at least 50 for various Australian Matriculation Programs • Equivalent qualification ***The stated qualifications need to be supported with a pass in Mathematics, English, Sejarah and Bahasa Melayu at SPM level Intakes January, March**, May, August, October ** ** This intake is only applicable for those entering the program without being granted any exemptions. [-]

Bachelor in Tourism Business Management

Institute for Tourism Studies
Campus Full time 4 years August 2017 China Macau

The IFT's BA Tourism Business Management is a programme designed with the modern hospitality professional in mind. [+]

Bachelor in Tourism Business Management The IFT's BA Tourism Business Management is a programme designed with the modern hospitality professional in mind. The programme includes 42 courses, an internship (third year) and thesis writing. Following courses are on the list inter alia: Tourism Destinations Tourism and hospitality industry will never exist without the wide spectrum of cultural and natural attractions at different destinations around the world. This course aims at providing students with essential knowledge of world geography as it relates to tourism and hospitality. Students will be acquainted with understanding of world travel patterns, such as the destinations and origins of tourists, major world wonders, and some special issues about travelling to certain countries. The students will be assigned to do research and presentation about cultures, taboos and attractions of some selected destinations. Upon completion of the course, students should be able to understand cultural divergence among nations and religions, and demonstrate knowledge of attractions in different parts of the world, especially those of high cultural and natural values. Principles of Management The objective of this course is to provide students with background knowledge of various business disciplines, and how it relates with its environment. The study plan follows logically from the inception of business idea to eventually managing the internal organisation. Accordingly, students will be acquainted with the necessary concepts and tools to understand the essence of business management. Inter-cultural Issues in Tourism The objective of the course is to show how culture variation can influence the patterns of human behaviour and interaction. As tourism and hotel management are business areas in which cultural diversity is more often the norm than the exception, it is important to prepare the future professionals to face, react and manage it, understanding the importance of culture to pursue and find the best solutions to both strategic and operational decisions and actions. Cross-cultural training programmes are important instruments for increasing cultural knowledge, and a project approach is followed so the students can design and present their own cultural training program, adapted to their business specific demands. Strategic Management Strategic Management is a course designed to enhance students’ planning and analytical skills when confronted by different and challenging problems related to strategic management. It builds on the foundation built from attending elementary and intermediate courses such as Principles of Marketing and Principles of Management and furthers the development of the three skills (conceptual, analytical, and group communication skills) that students are expected to acquire. At the end this course, students must demonstrate not only their: knowledge of strategic management concepts and principles, ... [-]

Bachelor - Business

INTI International University & Colleges, Malaysia
Campus Full time January 2017 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur

Our quality academic programmes, industry-based learning and prestigious partnerships with top international business schools aim to help cultivate you into an independent and highly sought after graduate. [+]

Bachelors in Business Management in Asia 2017. Start your academic career with a competitive edge with one of INTI’s Business programmes. Our programmes are developed to nurture the winning spirit in students and inspire them to become more than just academic achievers – we want them to become industry leaders. Our quality academic programmes, industry-based learning and prestigious partnerships with top international business schools aim to help cultivate you into an independent and highly sought after graduate. Amongst our prestigious partners are the University of Hertfordshire, UK and the University of Wollongong, Australia – both globally recognised, award-winning institutions that have been touted as top educators in the field of business. Prestigious International Partners Our partnership with the University of Hertfordshire and University of Wollongong gives you access to some of the top business schools in the world. We also have strategic collaborations with other global universities around the world including the United States, New Zealand and Canada. University of Hertfordshire Ranked one of the Top 350 Universities In The World (The World University Ranking 2011/2012). Ranked 48 in The Complete University Guide 2011 HR Excellence in Research badge by European Comissions Entrepreneurial University of The Year 2010 (The Awards 2010) University of Wollongong Awarded 5 Stars by 2011 Good Universities Guide for Getting a Job Graduate Satisfaction Positive Graduate Outcomes Staff Qualifications Generic Skills Top 2% in the world ranking by QS World University Rankings 2010 2010 Shanghai Jiao Tong Academic Ranking of World Universities Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2010 One of The World’s Top 100 Universities for universities aged under 50 Enrolment to Employment (E2E™) You will be exposed to real-world industry projects and industry-oriented learning via industry visits, guest lectures by captains of industry and actual industrial projects by major industry players. Our Business Leadership Series of talks will also help you broaden your business outlook through interaction with top CEOs. Industry Advisory Board Employability should be the core of your education. That’s why our Industry Advisory Board consists of key players such as KPMG, PricewaterhouseCoopers Malaysia, Deloitte and Ernst & Young. They review the curriculum to ensure that our modules meet employer needs. Programmes Offered Australian Degree Transfer Programme (Commerce) Bachelor of Accountancy (Hons) by INTI International University Bachelor of Financial Planning (Hons) by INTI International University BA (Hons) Accounting (3+0) in Collaboration with University of Hertfordshire, UK BA (Hons) Accounting and Finance (3+0) in collaboration with University of Hertfordshire, UK BA (Hons) Business Administration (3+0) in Collaboration with University of Hertfordshire, UK BA (Hons) Event Management and Marketing (3+0) in Collaboration with University of Hertfordshire, UK BA (Hons) Finance (3+0) in Collaboration with University of Hertfordshire, UK BA (Hons) Marketing (3+0) in Collaboration with University of Hertfordshire, UK Bachelor of Business (Hons) in Accounting by INTI International University Bachelor of Business (Hons) in Business Administration by INTI International University Bachelor of Business (Hons) in Finance by INTI International University Bachelor of Business (Hons) in Human Resource Management by INTI International University Bachelor of Business (Hons) in International Business by INTI International University Bachelor of Business (Hons) in Marketing by INTI International University Bachelor of Business Administration (Dual Major - International Business & Management) (4+0) in Collaboration with Northwood University, US Bachelor of Business Administration (Dual Major - Marketing & Management) (4+0) in Collaboration with Northwood University, US Bachelor of Commerce in Collaboration with the University of Wollongong (UOW), Australia New South Wales TAFE Advanced Diploma Of Accounting Foundation in Business Information Technology Certificate In Business Studies Diploma in Accounting Diploma In Business Diploma in Business Management Flexible Learning Diploma in Finance Diploma in Marketing Master of Business Administration (MBA) Learning Simplified Master of Business Administration, Coventry University, UK Master of Business Administration (MBA), Sydney Business School, University of Wollongong (SBS-UOW), Australia Master of Business Administration (MBA) by INTI International University [-]

Business Administration (BS)

Webster University Thailand Campus
Campus Full time 4 years January 2017 Thailand Hua Hin/Cha-am

The bachelor of science (BS) in business administration covers the breadth of business-related disciplines as defined in the business core curriculum. [+]

The bachelor of science (BS) in business administration covers the breadth of business-related disciplines as defined in the business core curriculum. The major does not provide a specific specialization but rather exposes the student to various business functions. This major is ideally suited to the new or transfer upper-division business student or for the student interested in concurrently pursuing another area of study. acbsp logo The Walker School of Business & Technology is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) for BS, BA, MBA, MA, MS, and doctoral programs in the Business and Management departments. Learning Outcomes - Students use information, analytical tools, and problem-solving skills to make well-reasoned business decisions, considering both quantitative factors and qualitative factors such as ethical considerations. - Students can develop strategies addressing the legal, ethical, economic and global environment in which the enterprise operates. - Student will have a working knowledge in a set of analytical business tools related to: math, statistics, accounting, economics, marketing, finance and behavioral science. - Students can apply business core concepts, principles and analytical skills across functional lines. - Students can access, develop, and use information to analyze business problems and propose feasible solutions. [-]

Bachelor in Management

Bilkent University
Campus Full time September 2017 Turkey Ankara

The Department of Management educates prospective managers to take on the challenges posed by the competitive conditions of the international business world. The curriculum is designed to focus on [+]

The Department of Management educates prospective managers to take on the challenges posed by the competitive conditions of the international business world. The curriculum is designed to focus on both knowledge and skills, especially analytical methods, critical thinking, and creative problem solving as well as the oral and written communication skills necessary for success in the enterprises that its graduates will serve. The program is the first business school in Turkey accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).

 

 

 

Why study at Bilkent University

Bilkent University was founded to provide an environment for learning and intellectual growth encompassing the sciences, technology, humanities and the arts.... [-]


Bachelor in Business Studies – European Management

United International Business Schools
Campus Full time 3 - 4 years September 2017 Switzerland Lausanne Spain Madrid Belgium Antwerp Italy Milan Barcelona Japan Tokyo Brussels Zurich Netherlands Amsterdam + 13 more

The Bachelor in Business Studies specializing in European Management consists of 180 European Credits (ECTS) and takes 3 or 4 academic years of 9 months of full-time studies to complete (up to 9 – 12 quarters respectively), depending on the chosen study track and intensiveness. Total contact hours amount to 1800. Courses are scheduled between Monday and Friday, between 9am at the earliest and 7pm at the latest and are taught entirely in English. [+]

The Bachelor in Business Studies specializing in European Management consists of 180 European Credits (ECTS) and takes 3 or 4 academic years of 9 months of full-time studies to complete (up to 9 – 12 quarters respectively), depending on the chosen study track and intensiveness. Total contact hours amount to 1800. Courses are scheduled between Monday and Friday, between 9am at the earliest and 7pm at the latest and are taught entirely in English. Program structure There are two study tracks available, the American study track and the European study track. Depending on the chosen track, the program intensiveness will vary, allowing students to study at their own preferred pace. American Study Track: 15 Course credits per quarter 15 contact hours per week 30 study hours per week European study track: 20 Course credits per quarter 20 Contact hours per week 40 Study hours per week Program starting dates Because of the modular design and flexibility of the program, students can start their studies in October, January, April, July, and August. The Bachelor program is offered at all campuses. Course requirements (with optional minor) Specialization Courses (minor) 20 credits / 4 courses Electives 160 credits / 32 courses Minors are considered as secondary specializations during undergraduate studies and form fundamental component of the complete study program, offering a wide range of specialization courses. Several minors are available. SPECIALIZATION COURSES IN EUROPEAN MANAGEMENT Level 200 UGSCEM201 - International Business (5) UGSCEM202 - European Business Law (5) UGSCEM203 - International Economics (5) UGSCEM204 - European Institutions (5) UGSCEM205 - Innovation (5) UGSCEM206 - The European Business Environment (5) UGSCEM207 - Global Sourcing and Logistics (5) UGSCEM208 - European Integration (5) Contemporary Cases in European Management (5) Research Project in European Management (5) Level 400 Capstone Project in European Management (5) Admission requirements - proficiency in the English language (refer to the admission section for further details) - high school diploma that allows access to higher education in the country of origin Students who are 17 or older who have completed less than 12 years of formal education and who do not hold a high school diploma that allows access to higher education in the country of origin should earn up to an additional 60 credits in the Undergraduate Foundation program. Refer to the undergraduate program requirements for further details. e.g. Students who wish to earn a Bachelor degree and who are required to complete the Undergraduate Foundation program will need to earn 60 + 180 credits. [-]


Bachelor (Hons.) in Business Management (Entrepreneurship)

Universiti Tun Abdul Razak (UNIRAZAK)
Campus Full time 3 years February 2017 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur

This is an opportunity to gain exposure to the world of entrepreneurship through a holistic approach to education and training which will enable you to master the skills required to do business in Malaysia and globally. UNIRAZAK is the only university in Malaysia to offer entrepreneurship as an academic programme and which is also partners with Babson College, the #1 ranked school for entrepreneurship in the USA. We guarantee you a wealth of knowledge and an enjoyable full learning experience in entrepreneurship training at our campus, at the end of which you will be running your very own business. [+]

Bachelors in Business Management in Asia 2017. Why study in ENTREPRENEURSHIP This is an opportunity to gain exposure to the world of entrepreneurship through a holistic approach to education and training which will enable you to master the skills required to do business in Malaysia and globally. UNIRAZAK is the only university in Malaysia to offer entrepreneurship as an academic programme and which is also partners with Babson College, the #1 ranked school for entrepreneurship in the USA. We guarantee you a wealth of knowledge and an enjoyable full learning experience in entrepreneurship training at our campus, at the end of which you will be running your very own business. Objectives Exposing students to the real business venture experience. Shaping students creativity and leadership potential through classroom and actual business venture activities. Enabling students to venture into business while undergoing their studies at Bank Rakyat School of Entrepreneurship. Students will have a well balance attitude, values and philosophy in their life as extra activities have been prepared specifically for them in building strong spiritual values as well as corporate values as a way of life. Entry Requirements 3-Year Programme Pass STPM/A-Level with 2 principals or minimum CGPA of 2.00; or Pass Matriculation, Foundation or Pre-university; or Pass Unified Examination Certificate (UEC) with 5Bs including English; or Possess Diploma which is recognised by MQA/Malaysian Government; or Other equivalent qualifications recognised by MQA/Malaysian Government. 4-Year Programme (Including Foundation in Businesss and Management) Pass SPM/SPMV/O-Level with 5 credits or equivalent qualifications. English Proficiency Requirements International Students TOEFL 550 / IELTS Band 4.5 / Pre-U or Secondary Education undertaken in English medium. (Students without TOEFL and IELTS are required to complete and pass an Intensive English Programme offered by the University) The validity period for TOEFL and IELTS is two (2) years from the date of the award. Malaysian Students Malaysian students who enroll into Universiti Tun Abdul Razak Bachelor's programmes must possess a minimum of Band 4 in their Malaysia University English Test (MUET). Students without the minimum of MUET score are required to complete and pass an Intensive English Programme offered by the University). Note: Additional charges will be imposed for the Intensive English Programme based on students placement level, in addition to the respective programme fees. Carrer Opportunity Career possibilities include: Business Development Manager, Insurance Agency Owner/Manager, New Venture Founder/Manager, Sales Representative, Family Business Owner/Manager, Management Analyst, Non-Profit Organisation Founder/Manager, Small Business Owner/Manager, Franchise Business Owner/Manager, Management Consultant, and Realtor/Real Estate Manager. Fees Undergraduate Fee Structure for Local Students Undergraduate Fee Structure for International Students [-]

Bachelor of Business (Management)

James Cook University Singapore
Campus Full time 2 years March 2017 Singapore

This course can be your launching pad for a successful career in business management; learn how to manage a business, or to start your own. [+]

With this degree you will be equipped with skills that meet the demands of business including developing communication and engagement skills, building networks, adopting a commercial mindset, understanding project management and mastering critical thinking and problem solving. This course can be your launching pad for a successful career in business management; learn how to manage a business, or to start your own. Management roles are essential to all organisations. The intense speed of change in technology and the increasing pressure on companies to perform effectively in a globally competitive environment means there are new demands on managers to be innovative in their management and business opportunity practices. The Bachelor of Business (Management) provides students with an opportunity to develop valuable analytical and practical skills. The course offers studies of management theory and practice combined with entrepreneurial themes and trends in emerging countries, behaviours, processes and skills and how these relate to new venture creation, corporate enterprise, social entrepreneurship and the management of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Our Bachelor of Business (Management) offers choice and flexibility, with the option to combine Management with a second major from Hospitality & Tourism Management, International Business, Marketing and Sports & Events Management. You have an option to combine any two fields of interest from a diverse range of study areas, and you can change your choices at any time in your first year. Subjects Core Subjects Accounting for Decision Making Economics for Sustainable Business Business Data Analysis and Interpretation Business, Environment and Society in the Tropics Contemporary Business Communications Managing Consumer Markets Business Law plus one of the following: Professional Internship* Multidisciplinary Project Independent Project *where applicable Major Subjects Managing People Operations Management Project Management Research and Decision Making for Business Organisational Behaviour Management Accounting for Non-Accountants Strategic Entrepreneurship Management and Leadership Minor Subjects (4 subjects from one of the following areas) Accounting Management Marketing Tourism Management Financial Management Advanced Standing Advanced standing of up to 8 subjects will be granted upon successful completion of JCU Diploma of Higher Education (Business Studies) program. Credit exemption may be granted for students with tertiary qualifications from recognised institutions on a case-by-case basis. Tuition Fees Domestic* S$48,741 International S$50,154 *Fees apply to all Singapore residents (Singapore Citizens, Permanent Residents and all pass holders excluding Student's Pass).Note: All course fees include prevailing 7% Goods and Services Tax (GST) [-]

Bachelor of Business Administration

Sharda University
Campus Full time July 2017 India Greater Noida

The degree is designed to give a broad knowledge of the functional areas of a company, and their interconnection, while also allowing for specialization in a particular area. The degree also develops the student's practical managerial skills, communication skills and business decision-making capability. Many programs thus incorporate training and practical experience, in the form of case projects, presentations, internships, industrial visits, and interaction with experts from the industry. [+]

Bachelors in Business Management in Asia 2017. The degree is designed to give a broad knowledge of the functional areas of a company, and their interconnection, while also allowing for specialization in a particular area. The degree also develops the student's practical managerial skills, communication skills and business decision-making capability. Many programs thus incorporate training and practical experience, in the form of case projects, presentations, internships, industrial visits, and interaction with experts from the industry. Specialization: Integrated BBA+MBA (Without Foreign Study Tour) BBA Dual Specialization (With Foreign Study Tour) BBA Dual Specialization BBA-Banking & Finance BBA-Entrepreneurship BBA-International Business The BBA program at School of Business Studies, Sharda University is designed and structured to provide the young minds with an intellectually stimulating learning environment. This under-graduate program equips the students with an in-depth understanding of management theory coupled with intensive industry exposure. The course curriculum is designed after in-depth study of the requirements of all stakeholders and the ever-changing demands of the industry. The salient features of the program are the emphasis on enhancing the students' soft skills through graded courses and maximizing the industry interface through varied initiatives. The program also offers tremendous flexibility and learning opportunities through a credit-based approach. The students are encouraged to think out of box and develop an application-oriented approach. Apart from a tour to Indian industries an international study tour is also the part of the program to provide global exposure to students. http://www.sharda.ac.in/courses/BusinessStudies/BBAcolleges http://www.sharda.ac.in/course_detail.aspx?mpgid=68&pgid=103&courseid=189&disid=5&levelid=2&deptid=50&schid=2&sdeptid=51 [-]

Bachelor of Management in International Business

Xiamen University Malaysia
Campus Full time 3 years February 2017 Malaysia Selangor China Fujian + 2 more

The international business programme at Xiamen University (XMU) is offered by the School of Economics, the first school of economics ever established among the national key comprehensive universities in mainland China. [+]

The international business programme at Xiamen University (XMU) is offered by the School of Economics, the first school of economics ever established among the national key comprehensive universities in mainland China. The economics programme at XMU has always ranked among the top five in mainland China. According to the 2013 Tilburg University Worldwide Economics Schools Research Ranking, XMU ranked among the top four in China and 16th in Asia for the number of published articles in prestigious international publications. We are supported by a strong faculty consisting of 12 professors, 13 associate professors and 5 assistant professors. 80% of the faculty are Ph.D. degree holders with academic credentials awarded by world-famous universities. We place great emphasis on the research of theories and policies of international economy and trade, while maintaining a continuing interest in monitoring the actual dynamics and mechanisms of international businesses and overseas investment. Our programme at Xiamen University Malaysia Campus is designed to build a broad understanding of global business trends and issues, especially multinational businesses and their marketing strategies. With their newly acquired business acumen and skills, graduates are expected to excel in their chosen vocation by making use of their unique educational experience to deal with cross-cultural sensitivity during trans-border interactions and engagements. Programme Highlights A unique platform that facilitates the acquisition of a comprehensive set of knowledge and skills in the areas of international business, trade and investment as well as cross-cultural communication A popular programme that benefits from innovative teaching and scholastic pursuits A rare opportunity that offers a window to the world of doing business in China, Malaysia and beyond Careers Multinational companies, financial organisations, institutions of higher learning, and government organisations [-]

Bachelor in Business Management (Accounting & Finance)

SUNY Korea
Campus Full time March 2017 South Korea Incheon

The College of Business, introduced to SUNY Korea by Stony Brook University, is the most recent college from Stony Brook to join the SUNY Korea departments. At Stony Brook, it is one of 13 colleges and schools in the University, and it offers a major in Business Management, with specialization choices in Accounting and Finance, leading to the Bachelor of Science degree. The College of Business at Stony Brook University prepares students for leadership roles, fosters entrepreneurial growth, and... [+]

Bachelors in Business Management in Asia 2017. The College of Business, introduced to SUNY Korea by Stony Brook University, is the most recent college from Stony Brook to join the SUNY Korea departments. At Stony Brook, it is one of 13 colleges and schools in the University, and it offers a major in Business Management, with specialization choices in Accounting and Finance, leading to the Bachelor of Science degree. The College of Business at Stony Brook University prepares students for leadership roles, fosters entrepreneurial growth, and conducts cutting-edge research that informs business practice. ​The College's strong faculty from around the world achieve rigorous standards for research productivity and teaching effectiveness. The College attracts top quality students and engages them in the highest level of hands-on business education. As a business school at a flagship public research university, we offer our students, faculty, and members of the business community interdisciplinary resources. The College's research and teaching draws upon the sciences, mathematics, engineering, medicine, liberal arts, and fine arts to stimulate opportunities for technological innovation and economic development. The Business Management major is designed for students who wish to enter the business arena with substantial knowledge and skills across the full spectrum of business disciplines, but who also have a specific interest in either Accounting or Finance. Career opportunities include management positions in financial planning, banking, corporate accounting, public accounting, and more. Students are also prepared for advanced study in both Accounting and Finance, as well as other areas of business. While students have the opportunity to specialize in either Accounting or Finance, they will also take classes in business statistics, decision sciences, and general management. In just 10 years, the College of Business has enjoyed enormous growth in faculty, research, and academic programs. College of Business faculty is made up of 46 full time professors and affiliates, including 40 College of Business faculty and 6 members with joint or affiliate appointments, from such departments as Applied Mathematics, Economics, and Political Science. Faculty fall within the research areas of Accounting, Finance, Management (Organizational Behavior and Operations Research/Decision Analytics), and Marketing & Strategy. The faculty are from the most prestigious universities in the world including, but not limited to, Carnegie Mellon, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Northwestern, Sogang University, Tulane, University of California Santa Barbara, University of Michigan, University of Moscow, University of Munster, University of Virginia, Harvard University, and Yale. Many faculty members have dual affiliation with other Stony Brook departments, including Psychology, Technology and Society, Political Science, and Applied Mathematics, and what’s more, they are involved in cutting edge interdisciplinary centers across campus, including the Center of Finance, Center for Behavioral Political Economy and the Center for Behavioral Finance. College of Business faculty involve undergraduate students in their research, as well as provide students with experiential learning opportunities, including case studies, client projects and internships, with the ultimate goal of preparing students as leaders in their field of choice. Students are encouraged to develop and test their business ideas through support in the College’s Innovation Center and curriculum in technology innovation and entrepreneurship. Mission The mission of the Stony Brook College of Business is to create and disseminate knowledge, prepare students for leadership roles and foster entrepreneurial growth. This is accomplished by: - Emphasizing research and practice across disciplines within and outside of business. Our research meets the highest standards, earning publication in leading academic journals and enlightening other researchers and practitioners. - Providing undergraduate and graduate business education of the highest quality incorporating experiential learning including case studies, client projects, and internships to prepare students for rewarding careers. - Encouraging students to develop and test their business ideas supported by Stony Brook’s Innovation Center and curriculum in innovation and entrepreneurship. Clubs and Events There are many clubs and events for business students to get involved with while at Stony Brook. Included are an Accounting Society which brings weekly speakers to campus from various accounting firms. The Society, together with the College of Business and Stony Brook University Career Center, sponsors an annual Accounting Networking Breakfast each Fall to connect students to various firms to discuss internship and career opportunities. There is also a student run Investment Club, which promotes investment education, invites guest speakers from NYC investment banks and hedge funds (including many College of Business alumni), and plans trips to NYC destinations such as Bloomberg, Federal Reserve, and NASDAQ. There are many other events for students, including guest speakers, panel events, and career fairs, all of which provide students with expert advice and networking opportunities. [-]

International Bachelors Degree

International Horizons College (IHC)
Campus Full time 4 years August 2017 United Arab Emirates Dubai

IHC prepares students during two years of study in Dubai for transfer to universities in the US. Preparation starts in the Freshman year at IHC, when students work with academic counselors to develop a clear academic plan. The Academic Plan is based on students’ natural aptitude and interests. The Academic Plan lists the ideal universities and their specific requirements for each student. Our 2+2 model allows students to save money, gain more academic preparation and be closer to home by completing the first two years of the bachelors degree in Dubai and then moving on to the final two years at elite universities in the US or other regions. [+]

2+2 Bachelor Degree 2+2 Model

IHC’s 2 + 2 model allows students to save money, gain more academic preparation and be closer to home by completing the first two years of the bachelors degree in Dubai and then the final two years at elite universities in the US or other regions. Students must achieve a minimum GPA of 3.0 at IHC in order to have an opportunity to transfer to top universities in the US or other regions. A 3.2-3.5 should be the target GPA. Above 3.5 positions a student very well for admission to a top US university. The primary focus for completing the bachelor’s program will be the University of California (UC) system. Eight of the nine universities are ranked in the US News & World Report Top 100 universities. In addition to UC system, students can also gain admission to the California State University (CSU) system of over 20 universities. In addition to the UC and CSU, IHC is in discussions with several Top 100 universities in the US and in the Middle East, North Africa and South Asia regions. These agreements will be announced in the coming months.... [-]


Bachelor of Management

Minin University
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Russia Nizhny Novgorod

The purpose of this study program is to prepare specialists, capable to organize and effectively manage a company on the international market. Professional activities of international affairs managers include: management of foreign economic activity, international commercial transactions, marketing and advertising on the world market, exchange and auction trade, organization of international cooperation etc. [+]

Bachelors in Business Management in Asia 2017. The purpose of this study program is to prepare specialists, capable to organize and effectively manage a company on the international market. Professional activities of international affairs managers include: management of foreign economic activity, international commercial transactions, marketing and advertising on the world market, exchange and auction trade, organization of international cooperation etc. Graduates of the course are able to work as economists, analysts, managers of structural units of companies, involved in foreign economic activity; economists at state government bodies and local authorities; research scientists; managers of international projects, heads of projects in international holdings. Foreign students who have acquired this education will be demanded in any country. They possess modern knowledge in the sphere of management and are competent to start and maintain effective functioning of competitive companies and enterprises. Besides, this knowledge will help the graduates to get an insight in key sectors of modern information economy and find a job in consulting IT-services; organizations in the sphere of information and communication products and services; IT-departments of banks and insurance companies, investment and retirement funds, innovative companies. [-]

Bachelor of Business Management

The University of Jordan - School of Business
Campus Full time September 2017 Jordan Amman

With a Bachelor in Business Management, students are able to make an important contribution towards the development of the country's economic performance and national competitiveness. [+]

Bachelor of Business Management It is the mission of the Business Management Department at the University of Jordan to prepare tomorrow's business leaders, through the delivery of excellent teaching, the undertaking of world-class research, and active community involvement. This has the major goal of building qualified human capital equipped with the necessary managerial skills, which will better prepare them for future careers in today's ever-challenging global knowledge economy. Business students at the undergraduate level are required to successfully pass 132 credit hours in order to earn their Bachelor's degree in Business Management students are subject to study a variety of courses in the field. Curriculum Course No. Course title 1601102 Principles of Business Management 1601103 Research Methods in Business 1601202 Organizational Behavior 1601311 Operations Research 1601321 Business Communications 1601331 Supply Chain Management 1601403 Human Resource Management 1601404 International Business Management 1601405 Strategic Management 1601408 Entrepreneurship 1601413 Production and Operations Management 1601414 Production Planning and Control 1601419 Total Quality Management 1601422 Knowledge Management 1601423 Project Management 1601431 Healthcare Services Management 1601432 Hospitality Management 1601433 Business Ethics and Social Responsibility 1601434 Corporate Governance 1601444 Change and Crises Management Mission To equip the national economy with highly qualified human resources who can make an important contribution towards the development of the country's economic performance and national competitiveness. in addition to establishing and maintaining strong strategic partnerships with the local, regional, and international business sectors to mutually serve the academic and development objectives of the University and its stakeholders. Vision The vision of the Department of Business Administration is to prepare the future leaders of the next generation by equipping them with all the necessary skills and tools to help better the world of academia and business. [-]

Business Administration

Dogus University
Campus Full time September 2017 Turkey İstanbul

Business Administration [+]

Bachelors in Business Management in Asia 2017. Compulsory Courses CIP 101 (TDP 101) Civic Involvement Projects I 0(0+0+0) ECTS 1,00 These are team projects that require volunteer work of the students with a civic organization. Every undergraduate student must succeed this course by working in a project for at least one year. Students choose their projects out of the lists announced. Passing the course depends on the dynamics of the projects and the evaluation of the supervisor of the project together with the approval of the project coordinator. COME 101 (BİM 101) Introduction to Computing 3(2+0+2) ECTS 3,00 Essential computing concepts; productivity and multimedia software; files and data storage; computer architecture; networks; the Internet. Practical sessions covering computer usage, word processing, spreadsheet, database, web-page development, and presentation software packages. ECON 101 (EKON 101) Introduction to Economics 3(3+0+0) ECTS 5,00 Essentials of microeconomics and macroeconomics: the economic problem; demand, supply, and price determination; theory of consumer behaviour; theory of the firm; market structures;national income and its determination; problems of economic growth, unemployment, and inflation; macroeconomic policy tools. ENG 101 Advanced English 2(0+4+0) ECTS 3,00 This course aims to enable students to improve their foreign language skills in listening, speaking, reading, writing and grammar with the help of materials that meet academic standards. This course also involves various applications in order to improve academic study skills. Furthermore, the lesson aims at improving thinking faculties of students, as well as encouraging them toward critical thinking and research by providing them with in-class and outside classroom activities. HUK 130 (LAW 130) Introduction to Law 3(3+0+0) ECTS 4,00 The social order, principals of law; hierarchy of law; branches of the judicial system; legal relationships and rights; law for financial tools; Commercial Law; individual rights; Private contracts (leasing, franchising, factoring, forfaiting) IUL 100 (UYG 100) Introduction to University Life 0(0+0+0) ECTS 1,00 MATH 121 (MATE 121) Business Mathematics I 3(2+2+0) ECTS 5,00 Real numbers, algebraic operations and basic identities, cartesian coordinate system, linear and quadratic equations, functions, limit, continuity, derivative, techniques of differentiation, marginal analysis, higher order derivatives, extreme points, exponential and logarithmic functions and their derivatives, mathematics of finance, compound interest, matrices and determinants, inverse matrices, systems of linear equations, Cramer's rule, introduction to linear programming. PSY 100 General Psychology 3(3+0+0) ECTS 5,00 This course is designed to introduce students from non-psychology majors to the field of psychology. It will cover information on what psychologists have come to know about how we think, perceive, feel, learn, talk, act, grow, fear, love, hate, and find meaning. These studies have provided the fuel for most of the great controversies of intellectual life such as nature vs nurture, free will, sources and reasons for diversity among the human kind, and self vs society and these controversies will be part of class discussions as well. TÜRK 101 Turkish Language I 2(2+0+0) ECTS 2,00 In this course one of the two objectives is to raise individuals who are free in their thinking and have aquired the skills of scientific thinking and possess an open minded view of the world. The course emphasizes the enrichment of our national culture through the study of how the languages were created, the analysis of the world languages from the origin and structural points of view and the status of the Turkish Language amongst the world languages. This course also aims at examining the historical development of the Turkish Language, Turkish Language structure, separating its words into their origins and suffixes, creation of words, examining problems associated with the expressions, writing petitions, preparing curriculum vitea etc. In order to support the objectives of the course various novels, poems and essay books are read and investigated. BA 102 (İŞ 102) Introduction to Business Administration 3(3+0+0) ECTS 5,00 Foundations of business; economic environment and globalisation; social responsibility and business ethics; Forms of business ownership; entrepreneurship, small business and franchising; total quality management; internal organization; management of human resources; production management, marketing management; management information systems; accounting; finance. CIP 102 (TDP 102 ) Civic Involvement Projects II 0(0+0+0) ECTS 2,00 Students who are getting theoretical education through TDP 101/CIP 101 lesson get informative trainings, do pre-project work and realize their projects under the guidance of the supervisor and program assistant who have been appointed by the TDP Office, via choosing one of the team projects that have been worked on with public institutions and non-governmental organizations that are dependent on voluntary work within the scope of TDP 102/CIP 102 lessons. Success is determined by the supervisor and the Project coordinator within the internal dynamics of the project. ENG 122 (İNG 122) Advanced English for Social Sciences I 2(0+4+0) ECTS 3,00 This course aims to improve the foreign language and academic study skills of students who are studying in various fields of Social Sciences which they previously studied in Advanced English course. Course materials are generally selected and arranged toward their field of study and hence, they are given a chance to expand their vocabulary in social sciences. The course also aims at diversifying students' vocabulary and knowledge in the target language, improving their use of language and encouraging them to write unified, coherent and adequately developed essays by introducing them to different types of essays through which they can express their opinions by different modes of organisation HUK 134 Business Law 3(3+0+0) ECTS 4,00 Rules organizing industrial relations, scope of business law, labour contracts and responsibilities created by labour contracts, termination of contracts, working hours and pay leave; labour unions. MATH 122 (MATE 122) Business Mathematics II 3(2+2+0) ECTS 5,00 Review of exponential functions and the natural logarithm, definite and indefinite integrals, area, the fundamental theorem of calculus, application to business and economics, functions of two variables, partial derivatives, chain rule, maxima and minima, introduction to probability, constrained optimization, Lagrange multipliers, double integral and applications, volume. TÜRK 102 Turkish Language II 2(2+0+0) ECTS 2,00 The essence of this course is to allow the students to gain skills to use their mother tongues correctly and for those students who have already aquired to these skills in their pre-university studies to enhance their skills in this area through creation of thought and develop their ability to write what they think. Punctuation marks and the rules of spelling, rules of composition, types of literature are investigated by examples and essays are written about these topics. In addition, various novels, poetry books and plays are read and discussed. By reading plays in the classes various dictions , applied emhasis and toning techniques are implemented . BA 211 (İŞ 211) Financial Accounting I 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Accounting as the language of business; Financial statements; Accounting records: The Ledger, the journal, the trial balance; Measuring business profit and completing the accounting cycle; Adjusting entries and preparing the financial statements; Accounting for merchandising activities; Accounting for current assets, fixed assets and current liabilities. BA 241 (İŞ 241) Management and Organization 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 The development of management theory; management functions and evaluation of management; environment, corporate culture and impact of globalisation; decision-making: goal setting and planning; strategic management; planning tools and techniques; organising and coordinating; Human resources management; leadership; control. ECON 211 (EKON 211) Microeconomics 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Demand, supply, and price determination; elasticity; theory of consumer behaviour; theory of production and costs; determination of output level in competitive and non-competitive markets; pricing of factors of production; general equilibrium analysis; welfare economics. STAT 201 (İSTA 201) Business Statistics I 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Descriptive statistics; fundamental concepts of probability; random variables; probability distributions (binomial, geometrical, hyper-geometrical, Poisson, normal and Student's distributions); sampling theory; point estimation and interval estimation. TAR 201 Principles of Atatürk and History of the Revolution I 2(2+0+0) ECTS 2,00 In this course the meaning and the importance of the Turkish Revolution , the conditions which led to the Turkish Revolution , the enviroment and the developments,the National War of Independence under the leadership of Mustafa Kemal Pasha, the founding of the new Turkish State that is totally independent that rests upon national sovereignty, Ataturk as a genious soldier, as a great statesman, as a reformer and as a perfect organiser are presented. BA 212 (İŞ 212) Financial Accounting II 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Forms of business organisations; Accounting systems; Generally accepted accounting principles; Turkish uniform accounting system; Partnership accounting; Corporate accounting; Cash Flow statements; Tax accounting. BA 242 (İŞ 242) Organizational Behavior 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Definition of OB; perception process; personality and attitudes; motivation; Learning; Work groups; conflict and stress management; power and leadership; communication; decision making; organisational culture and structure; management of change; conflict management; culture. ECON 212 (EKON 212) Macroeconomics 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 National income and models of national income determination; problem of economic growth, unemployment, and inflation; fiscal policy; money and monetary policy; international trade and finance. S0210403 (S0220403) Internship 0(0+0+0) ECTS 3,00 STAT 202 (İSTA 202) Business Statistics II 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Tests of hypotheses (Z, t, x2, and F tests); Simple regression and correlation; Multiple regression and correlation; Problems of multicollinearity, heteroscedasticity, and auto-correlation; Dummy variables; Index numbers; time-series analysis; non parametric statistics. TAR 202 Principles of Atatürk and History of the Revolution II 2(2+0+0) ECTS 2,00 The struggle of the Turkish Nation to go above the level of the contemporary nations with all its institutions and values, Principles and Revolutions of Ataturk,Ataturk's School of thought, Turkey's national and international politics during Ataturk's leadership, Second World War and Turkey and the transition period to the multi political party era in Turkey. BA 343 (İŞ 343) Production Management 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 The basic concepts of Production Management. The design of production systems; product design and process planning, Network planning methods, plant location and layout. The Design of Jobs and work methods. Production standards and work measurement. BA 351 (İŞ 351) Marketing Management 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 The marketing concept, the marketing environment and its interaction with the marketing mix, identifying the constituent elements of the marketing mix, information needs and marketing research for developing marketing mix elements. FIN 331 (FİNS 331) Financial Management I 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Introduction to business finance; financial environment and interest rates; analysis of financial statements; financial planning and control; risk and rates of return; time value of money; bond and stock valuation; working capital policy; management of cash, marketable securities, accounts receivable and inventories; short-term financing. BA 312 (İŞ 312) Managerial Accounting 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Cost behaviour, Cost-Volume-Profit analysis, Relevant cost concept, Pricing decisions; Management control systems, Budgeting; Variance analysis; Divisional performance measurement; transfer pricing. BA 344 (İŞ 344) Human Resources Management 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Overview, objectives and trends; Job analysis; HR planning; recruitment and selection; personnel selection; organisational training; career development; Job evaluation; Performance management; direct and indirect compensation. CDS 490 (KGS 490) Cultural Development Seminar 0(0+1+0) ECTS 1,00 This seminar intends to enhance a student's knowledge of social, cultural, and scientific aspects, to acquint with the expert thoughts of respected fields. This course evaluates a student's participation in extracurricular activities. A student is required to participate in at least two activities each semester, making a total of at least 16 activities for eight semesters. FIN 332 (FİNS 332) Financial Management II 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Capital budgeting; project cash flows and risk; the cost of capital; capital structure; dividend policy; common stock financing; investment banking; long-term debt financing; financial derivatives; corporate restructuring; multinational finance. S0210605 (S0220605) Internship 0(0+0+0) ECTS 5,00 BA 441 (İŞ 441) Quantitative Methods for Business Decision Making 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Quantitative information: data collection and presentation; measuring uncertainty; Probability concept and probability distributions; decision making under uncertainty; linear programming; networks; modelling stock control and queues; simulation. BA 443 (İŞ 443) Business Policy 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Strategic management elements; Enterprise strategies; Mission and objectives; The general environment; The industry and international environment; internal factors; Generic strategy alternatives; strategy variations; strategy choice; Resource and structure; policies, plans and administration; Evaluation and control. BA 449 (İŞ 449) Entrepreneurship and Small Business Administration 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 The role of entrepreneurs in business activity, the problems involved in small business management, government policy and its impact on small businesses, the technical and functional skills for small businesses management, the personal qualities of entrepreneurs, developing business plans BA 492 (İŞ 492) Graduation Project 3(0+6+0) ECTS 6,00 Students are required to write and present a research project in order to qualify for graduation. The project will be written under the supervision of an advisor, and has to be defended orally in front of a jury. Students are expected to prove that they can utilize the knowledge and skills they have acquired during their studies. The experince will furnish them with the opportunity to apply scientific methods, improve their written and oral skills. [-]