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A Bachelors degree is an undergraduate academic degree awarded after completion of the required coursework and credit. It usually takes about 4 years to complete, but time frames vary depending on country of study and academic discipline. Academic disciplines may be in the fields of natural sciences, life sciences, social sciences, business, arts, law, and engineering, with plenty of specific areas of specialization. With a bachelors degree, students have significantly better career prospects in many different industries, or students can choose to continue to postgraduate education.

There are excellent universities located around the world that offer top-notch bachelors degree programs. Many universities also offer varying study options, such as full-time, part-time, online, and distance learning, allowing flexibility in scheduling to meet the needs of most students. As an international student earning a bachelors degree, students will experience not only excellence in academics, but also an exciting cultural experience.

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TRADE, TOURISM AND SERVICE ECONOMY

Campus Romania Galați
February 2015

The mission of this program is to train specialists in the field, in conformity with the requirements of Romania’s integration to the European Union, the changes that arise in the real economy, on the domestic market and inside a globalized frame. [+]

Bachelor's Degree 2014/2015. The mission of this program is to train specialists in the field, in conformity with the requirements of Romania’s integration to the European Union, the changes that arise in the real economy, on the domestic market and inside a globalized frame. The specialized competences gained by the graduates after obtaining the Bachelor’s degree are: - Knowing, understanding and using basic concepts, theories, principles and methods of investigation and prospecting specific to tourism and trade; - Assimilating and deepening strictly specialized knowledge such as: tourism and service management, the strategy of sustainable development of services, agritourist, logistics of trade and tourism companies, the organization and strategy of developing touristic units; - Knowing, understanding and applying methods and techniques of evaluating and certifying the quality of products and services; - Training the capacity to develop opportunity studies in the economic environment context for the foundation of public policies in the field of trade, tourism and services; - Knowing, understanding and applying the principles that are specific to managing the quality of an organization/system level and of economic process; - The foundation from a commercial and qualitative point of view of design, of launching new products and services on the market. Studied subjects: Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Economical informatics, International marketing, Business law, Service economy, European economy, Tourism economy, Trade economy, Logistics and goods distribution and European affair environment. The study curriculum includes stages of specializing practice during the second year of study, 3 weeks, and summing 90 hours at the end of the second semester. Possible carrier paths: - Economist in public institutions, in national and international companies; - Commercial manager; - Commercial inspector; - Inspector for assuring the quality in trade, tourism and services; - Hotel administrator; - Administrator in cafeterias, restaurants and pensions; - Tourism agent, ticketing agent in tourism agencies. Registration for the admission contest is solely based on the undergraduate diploma and on the requirements established by the university’s senate on the base of its own rules. [-]

Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Science in Business

Campus USA Rockford
January 2015

We study economic theory, management and accounting, to be sure. We live in and work in a market economy, so it is imperative that we understand both how it does work and how it should work. [+]

Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Science in Business At Rockford University, students and faculty address together the concerns of business organizations in a capitalist society. We study economic theory, management and accounting, to be sure. We live in and work in a market economy, so it is imperative that we understand both how it does work and how it should work. We live also in a global economy, so we must understand the implications of globalization. We want students to develop an understanding of the economy and society in which they live so that they can become effective participants in that society. Education for life and civic engagement is the ultimate goal of majoring in economics, business and accounting at Rockford University. EBA Program of Study In order to help students prepare for a life of civic engagement, we offer a liberal arts education and we promote the development of certain fundamental skills. Majors in our department develop the ability to think critically and analytically, to communicate clearly and forcefully with the written and spoken word, and to understand the process and role of decision-making in society. Majors also are advised to complete as much work as possible in mathematics, statistics and computers. In order to understand the society in which we live, students must learn how to evaluate data. Decisions about managing organizations must be informed by data in order to permit those decisions to improve performance. Quantitative applications are made in our courses in order to refine the processes of problem-solving and decision-making. The quantitative portion of the program is absolutely essential for students who hope to attend graduate school. As faculty, we do not regard the acquisition of these skills as an abstract wish. They are identified specifically as components of our courses, and we demonstrate throughout our courses how these skills are acquired and refined. We model the skills in our interactions with students, and in our professional careers. We practice what we preach. The Economics, Business and Accounting Department offers bachelor of arts and bachelor of science degrees along with minors in each discipline. Course Requirements Rockford University's Economics, Business and Accounting Department offers students the opportunity to either major or minor in economics, business administration or accounting. Degree requirements for these programs can be found in the Academic Catalog. Career opportunities As economics or business majors, students have a wide variety of career opportunities. Students in business often choose to concentrate in one of the functional areas of finance, marketing or management. Economics majors may concentrate in the areas of public policy or international economics as they prepare for graduate school or entry into the work force. Careers in administration, banking, law, government, sales, public administration and with international agencies are among student options. Accounting majors have a wide variety of career choices, including public accounting with national, regional or local accounting firms, corporate accounting and government accounting. Beginning January 1, 2001 the state of Illinois adopted the 150-hour requirement to take the CPA exam. This requirement is consistent with about 80 percent of the states. Students who complete their 150-hour requirement at Rockford University, with seven additional hours may attain both a B.S. and MBA. Rockford University accounting students have done exceptionally well when taking the CPA exam. EBA Scholarships and Awards Maxine Burritt Knight and Carlton W. Knight Endowed Scholarship Maxine Burritt Knight and Carlton W. Knight Endowed Scholarship was established in 2005 through an estate gift of Carlton and Maxine Knight, and provides funds to entering female students who graduated in the top 25 percent of their class from a Rockford public high school. They must demonstrate financial need and have a proven record of significant participation in community service, while having taken part in studying three of the following six disciplines: biology, history, economics, French, Latin, writing and public service. Preference will be given to those who intend to become a school teacher. Shirley Jones-Bailey Endowed Scholarship Shirley Jones-Bailey Endowed Scholarship was established in 2000 by LaVerne Krueger, Class of 1944, in honor of her student, Shirley Jones-Bailey, and offers financial support to students interested in the fields of fine arts, business and education. Recipients must be U.S. citizens and residents of Illinois enrolled in at least nine hours of undergraduate or six hours of graduate study, and must have a GPA of at least 2.50 (on a 4.0 scale). Application required for consideration. EBA Honors Program The honors program supplements the traditional curriculum in economics, business and accounting by providing a unique opportunity for intellectual enrichment and pursuit of academic excellence. The honors courses are designed to explore general topics of interest at an intellectually challenging level using an interdisciplinary and integrative approach to learning. Each course will focus on a general topic – such as globalization, capitalism or entrepreneurship – that transcends disciplines. Students will explore the topic and examine it from different perspectives through reading of original and contemporary material, research and discussion. The honors course is designed to foster and encourage the development of analytical and critical thinking, written and oral communication skills, practical and quantitative applications, teamwork and collaborative learning. Honors courses are team-taught by the faculty in the fields of economics, business and accounting. Qualifying students that demonstrate a passion for learning and are interested in an intellectually challenging and unorthodox approach may take one or both of the following honors courses: ECON, BUS, ACCT 390 Team-taught topical course using an interdisciplinary and integrative approach to learning, emphasizing critical thinking, discussion and collaborative work. ECON, BUS, ACCT 490 Guided and supervised research involving an original idea and using an interdisciplinary and integrative approach across disciplines of accounting, business and economics. The final work is presented at a forum of the faculty and students, and is read and graded by the honors committee consisting of the faculty from the respective fields. This research is treated somewhat similar to a thesis project and is generally viewed very positively by prospective employers and graduate schools, while the content may serve as an excellent source of material for an interview. Prerequisites Completion of minimum of 60 credit hours 3.0 overall grade point average (GPA) and in the major field of study Completion of at least one intermediate level or two upper level courses in any of the following majors: Economics, Business or Accounting Application procedure Admission to the Departmental Honors Program is based on: a) student self-recommendation, b) academic advisor’s recommendation and c) the Departmental Honors Committee recommendation. Students who successfully complete the program by taking both courses will receive an honorable mention and honor scholar certificate at graduation provided that they have maintained a 3.3 overall GPA and 3.5 in their field of study. Students who have successfully completed the 376 course will receive an honorable mention and departmental honor certificate at graduation provided that they have maintained a 3.3 overall GPA and 3.5 GPA in their field of study. Additionally, the names of all honor scholars will be registered and maintained on a wall plaque recognizing the student’s achievements and inspiring future students. [-]

BA Economics and Politics

Campus UK Kent
September 2015

This degree programme provides students with the opportunity to study Economics combined with [+]

Bachelor's Degree 2014/2015. This degree programme provides students with the opportunity to study Economics combined with Politics. Stage 1 120 credits in total are studied Students take compulsory modules in: - EC304 Principles of Economics (30 credits, Level C) (Autumn and Spring) - Mathematics for Economics and Business (15 credits, Level C) (Autumn) - EC305 Mode A or EC306 Mode B - EC309 Statistics for Economics and Business (15 credits, Level C) (Spring) - PO326 Introduction to Political Science (15 credits, Level C) (Autumn) - PO327 Introduction to Comparative Politics (15 credits, Level C) (Autumn) plus 30 credits in the Spring term from the list of 'Wild Modules' available. The following are recommended, but not compulsory: - EC312 Strategy and Games (15 credits, Level C) (Spring) - EC315 Professional Economics (15 credits, Level C) (Spring) Stage 2 120 credits in total are studied The following modules are compulsory: - EC500 Microeconomics (30 credits, Level I) (Autumn and Spring) - EC502 Macroeconomics (30 credits, Level I) (Autumn and Spring) - PO657 Political Research and Analysis (15 credits, Level I) (Spring) - PO661 Comparative Politics: Dictatorship and Democracy (15 credits, Level I) (Autumn) The remaining 30 credits for Stage 2 can include: - EC511 Quantitative Economics (30 credits, Level I) (Autumn and Spring) or appropriate modules from the Politics Lists. Students wishing to train for a Master's degree in Economics should consider taking EC511 at either Stage 2 or 3. Stage 3 120 credits in total are studied Students should choose from the Economics Options List and the Politics Lists with a minimum of 90 credits, and a maximum of 150 credits in either subject, across the two years of Stage 2 and 3. Student who have taken EC511 at Stage 2 are encouraged to take at least 120 credits of Economics across Stages 2 and 3. Students must take an equal number of credits in the Autumn and Spring terms. Please ensure that your Stage 2 and 3 choices are taken at H or I level with at least 90 credits at Level H. [-]

BA Computer Science

Campus Israel Herzliya
August 2015

The program provides a rigorous analytical foundation in mathematics, a thorough understanding of computer science and IT theory, as well as practical software [+]

The undergraduate program (BA) in computer science consists of 131 credits, and is designed to be completed over a period of three years or six semesters. The program provides a rigorous analytical foundation in mathematics, a thorough understanding of computer science and IT theory, as well as practical software development skills. Courses in business, marketing, finance, and high-technology entrepreneurship, and a wide variety of general study courses are also available. Optional "systems security" and "computer gaming" specializations are offered. Dean's Welcome Computing and information sciences have changed the world, including the way that we work, play, communicate and socialize. Information systems and digital technologies continue to be the most promising sectors of employment in and outside Israel. Since high technology holds the key to innovation and efficiency in all business sectors, the demand for computer professionals will continue to grow. As a result, graduates of our computer science program will enjoy not only fascinating careers, but also rewarding salaries and job benefits. Graduates of IDC Herzliya’s computer science program are doing extremely well. They work as project leaders and product managers in leading companies and study in MSc and MBA programs at world-renowned universities. If you are interested in obtaining a topnotch computer science education, and wish to spend three years in Herzliya, I invite you to join our program. Prof. Tami Tamir Dean, Efi Arazi School of Computer Science YEAR I Fall Semester - Introduction to Computer Science  - Calculus I   - Linear Algebra I   - Discrete Mathematics     Spring Semester - Advanced Programming - Calculus II - Linear Algebra II - Logic and Set Theory - Data Structures YEAR II Fall Semester - Algorithms  - Functional and Logic Programming - Digital Systems Architecture - Programming Workshop - Micro Economics - Business Law Spring Semester - Operating Systems - Computer Graphics - Probability Theory - CS Elective Course I - Macro Economics - Finance Fundamentals YEAR III Fall Semester - Automata and Formal Languages - Computer Networks - CS Elective Course II  - CS Elective Course III Spring Semester - Computability and Complexity - Marketing Fundamentals - CS Elective Course IV - Data Structures Computer Science Elective Courses - Advanced Algorithms 
- Building Secure Applications 
- Applicative Programming using Design Patterns 
- Cryptography
 - Web Application Security
 - Image Processing on mobile platforms
 - Cloud computing Development
 - Audio-visual Signals Compression 
- Topics in Number Theory
 - Seminar on Visual Object Recognition
 - Advanced Seminar in Computer Graphics 
- Computer Vision
 - Digital Systems Construction 
- Computer and Network Security 
- Topics in Optimization for CS 
- Natural Language Processing
 - Seminar on Topics in Algorithms and Computer Science Theory 
- Workshop: Networks & Internet 
- Workshop in Applied Cryptography 
- Algorithms in Computational Biology
 - InGame: Video Games Workshop 
- Topics in System Engineering
 - Seminar: Software Defined Networking
 - Object Oriented Programming with C# and .NET
 - Developing mobile-web apps for the enterprise
 - Introduction To Digital Signal Processing
 - Automatic Verification of Programs
 - Algorithms for Planar Graphs 
- Introduction to Machine Learning
 - Network and Cloud Algorithmics (Seminar) 
- Game Intelligence
 - Distributed Algorithms 
- Coding Theory
 - Seminar on Algorithmic Game Theory 
- Information Retrieval and Web Search 
- Surveillance Based on Computer Vision Applying Admission decisions are based on a combination of academic and personal criteria: high school grades; standardized test scores (if applicable); letters of recommendation; a curriculum vitae (resume); and a personal essay. HIGH SCHOOL GRADES Applicants must submit official copies of their high school transcript and diploma. Applicants in their final year of high school may submit a partial transcript. Acceptance of such applicants is contingent upon receiving a final transcript showing that they graduated and that the grades they earned in their final semester are similar to those earned in previous semesters. Applicants who have completed one year of university-level studies must submit only their high school diploma and university transcript. RECOMMENDATIONS Applicants must submit two recommendations from people who can evaluate their academic abilities such as teachers, educators, counselors, employers or supervisors. STANDARDIZED TESTS Applicants who graduated from a high school in the US must take a standardized test such as the SAT or ACT. However, if they have completed at least one year of university-level studies with distinction, they may request an exemption from this requirement. Students who graduated from a high school in other countries except Israel are not required to take a standardized test. The IDC Herzliya SAT code is 4267. Students who graduated from a high school in Israel must take the Psychometric Examination. ENGLISH PROFICIENCY The Raphael Recanati International School is taught entirely in English. Graduates of high schools in which English was not the primary language of instruction are required to pass one of the following English proficiency tests: TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language), IELTS (International English Language Testing System), PEARSON (Language Test), Israeli Psychometric Examination or the Cambridge English Assessment (CAE or CPE). Minimum Score for Acceptance w/Preparatory English Course - TOEFL: 80 - IELTS: 6.0 Overall - Pearson's PTE: 54 - Cambridge*: CAE 52 - SAT: 450 in both reading and writing - Psychometry/AMIRAM: 115 Minimum Score for Acceptance without Preparatory English Course - TOEFL: 90 - IELTS: 6.5 - Pearson's PTE: 61 - Cambridge*: CAE 58 - SAT: 500 in both reading and writing - Psychometry/AMIRAM: 120 *University of Cambridge issues a variety of certificates. IDC Herzliya accepts only the CAE and CPE certificates. - Exemption is given to those who completed high school in English. - Exemption is given to transfer students who studied at least one year at a university in which the language of instruction was English. - Students who completed Mechinot in Israel, should contact the admissions office for further information. DEADLINE For an application to be considered valid, all forms and other required information must be submitted to the Raphael Recanati International School at IDC Herzliya by July 31, 2014. APPLICATION FORM AND FEES The Raphael Recanati International School accepts applications online. The fee is $90 US and is non-refundable. Efi Arazi School of Computer Science - Faculty - Dr. Udi Boker, Efi Arazi School of Computer Science - Prof. Anat Bremler-Barr, Efi Arazi School of Computer Science - Prof. Yacov Hel-Or, Efi Arazi School of Computer Science - Prof. Uri Liberman, Efi Arazi School of Computer Science - Dr. Tal Moran, Efi Arazi School of Computer Science - Prof. Yael Moses, Efi Arazi School of Computer Science - Dr. Shay Mozes, Efi Arazi School of Computer Science - Prof. Alon Rosen, Efi Arazi School of Computer Science - Prof. Shimon Schocken, IDB Chair of Information Technologies and Founding Dean of Efi Arazi School of Computer Science, Efi Arazi School of Computer Science - Prof. Arik Shamir, Deputy Dean, Efi Arazi School of Computer Science - Prof. Tami Tamir, Dean, Efi Arazi School of Computer Science - Prof. Gadi Taubenfeld, Former Dean, Efi Arazi School of Computer Science [-]

Degree In Business Administration And Management - International Trade

Campus Spain Barcelona Full time
February 2015

Changes in the labor market and the ongoing internationalization and mobility of jobs require professionals with a high level of qualification.Degree in Business Administration, with titration [+]

Bachelor's Degree 2014/2015. Degree in Business Administration and esp. in International Trade

Changes in the labor market and the ongoing internationalization and mobility of jobs require professionals with a high level of qualification. Degree in Business Administration, with a degree from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC), provides a solid academic background and professional practice guidance, closely linked to the business world that prepares you to exercise in the general area of ​​the company or any specific areas such as finance, marketing, investment, management and accounting, production or human resources.Also, know the fundamentals of the economic system in which we move, approaching the various areas of running a business from three angles: ... [-]

Bachelor in Global Economy (BA)

Campus United Arab Emirates Dubai
August 2015

The BA Global Economy Program is developed specifically for applicants who intend to become specialists in the areas of international economic relations and foreign economic activities of different companies. [+]

The BA Global Economy Program is developed specifically for applicants who intend to become specialists in the areas of international economic relations and foreign economic activities of different companies. Students are trained in two areas: Functional areas that includes advanced study of international business and Regional studies (Middle Eastern region, Asian region, Western & European regions). Graduates of the BA Global Economy Program will acquire fundamental economic knowledge, understanding of globalization processes in international economy, economic functionality and development in certain countries and regions, and practical skills in the area of foreign economic activities. The above knowledge and skills allows graduates to take up good positions in the best international companies in the world. ... [-]

Dual Bachelor with Nichols College

Campus Switzerland Geneva Montreux Germany Munich Spain Barcelona
February 2015

Begin your studies at one of the European University campuses throughout Europe and Asia. After completing 5 semesters of your undergraduate degree, travel to the Nichols College campus in [+]

Bachelor's Degree 2014/2015. Dual Bachelor with Nichols College

Begin your studies at one of the European University campuses throughout Europe and Asia. After completing 5 semesters of your undergraduate degree, travel to the Nichols College campus in Massachusetts and finish your last 2 semesters.

Having 2 degrees from 2 prestigious business programs on 2 continents will provide you with a competitive advantage in today's global economy.

A Great Partnership

In business, networking and developing partnerships are part of the new formula for success in the global economy. European University and Nichols College have found such a partnership in the world of higher education. Both schools have the same core values: to deliver creative, cutting-edge business education to the next generation of business leaders.... [-]

BacheIor in International Real Estate and Facility Management

Campus Netherlands Breda Full time 3 - 4 years
February 2015

This English-taught professional bachelor's programme prepares you for a career in the facility management industry. In 3 or 4 years’ time, you will become... [+]

International Real Estate and Facility Management (Facility Management)

This English-taught professional bachelor's programme prepares you for a career in the facility management industry. In 3 or 4 years’ time, you will become a professional in coordinating and directing all the support services of an organisation.

Right in the middle of things!

Can you create the work place of the future in a sustainable way? Are you service minded? Can you manage the catering, cleaning services and security in an international company?

After your graduation in Breda, you as a Facility Manager are a team player who ensures that guests feel comfortable and staff can perform well in their work.... [-]

Bachelor in International Management (BA-IM)

Campus Switzerland Geneva
September 2014

The Bachelor in International Management (BA-IM) is designed for students interested in a career in international business. [+]

Bachelor's Degree 2014/2015. Bachelor in International Management (BA-IM) Pursue an international career in global business, multinationals, family businesses, governments and international organizations! KEY BENEFITS OF THE BACHELOR IN INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT Preparing for a career in international management Developing the skills to operate in a global environment Exposing students to fundamental management issues relevant in for-profit and not-for-profit organizations PROFILE The Bachelor in International Management (BA-IM) is designed for students interested in a career in international business. The BA-IM program meets the demand of students who are seeking a global perspective. The students will develop the necessary skills to operate and make decisions in a multicultural environment. BA-IM PROGRAM DETAILS Calendar: The BA-IM program has three starting dates: September, January and April. Contents: The contents of the BA-IM program include management theories and models, marketing principles, human resources and organizational behavior methods, leadership skills, and international business techniques. Faculty: The BA-IM program draws on the wealth of international know-how and resources of its faculty, visiting speakers and researchers. Study in Switzerland: Geneva belongs to a select group of truly “international” cities of the world, making it an ideal place to study international management. An International Network: The International University in Geneva has established a strong network, developing exchange programs with 17 universities worldwide. Learn more about our international network. Your Career with your BA-IM: BA-IM graduates can go on to careers in marketing, management, project management in multinationals, family businesses, governments and international organizations. Career services: The International University in Geneva provides for counselling to assist students in their career decisions. BA-IM Admission: Apply online for the BA-IM program: Fill in the Application form. BA-IM entry requirements: Students applying for the BA-IM program must provide several documents. BA-IM Tuition Fees: The annual tuition of the International University in Geneva, Switzerland, is CHF 34,500 for the Bachelor in International Management program. The fees include teaching materials and cases. [-]

American University Studies / Courses in Norway

Campus Norway

Our college offers students 30 credits (one year – equivalent to 60 “studiepoeng” in the Norwegian system) in the American university system as part of a US Bachelor’s Degree. ACN’s cooperative partners [+]

American University Studies / Courses in Norway

Our college offers students 30 credits (one year – equivalent to 60 “studiepoeng” in the Norwegian system) in the American university system as part of a US Bachelor’s Degree. ACN’s cooperative partners are the University of North Dakota (UND) in Grand Forks, North Dakota, West Chester University (WCU) in West Chester, Pennsylvania and Adelphi University (AU) in Garden City, New York. ACN students who successfully complete the ACN program are guaranteed admission. In addition, with the credits gained from ACN, students can choose to apply to the university of their choice in the US.

When students successfully complete our sophomore level courses at ACN, they can be eligible for transfer to UND, WCU or AU as a Junior (third year) student. While at ACN they gain an excellent understanding of the American university system, build a network of student and faculty contacts (both Norwegian and American) and can then make a smooth transition into the university system. ACN helps students with practical and bureaucratic details so they can concentrate more on their studies and their transition will be smooth. The close cooperation with these universities enables ACN to host American professors each semester.... [-]

Bachelor in Computer Information Systems (BSBA)

Campus USA Warrensburg
January 2015

Bachelor in Computer Information Systems. Employers throughout the United States turn to UCM's School of Accountancy and Computer Information Systems for graduates with computer and business skills in computer information systems needed in business, industry, education and government... [+]

Bachelor's Degree 2014/2015. Bachelor in Computer Information Systems (BSBA) Employers throughout the United States turn to UCM's School of Accountancy and Computer Information Systems for graduates with computer and business skills in computer information systems needed in business, industry, education and government. Graduates of the computer information systems (CIS) program gain proficiency with various computer languages, database programming, systems administration, network management and security, and client server computing in a business environment using state-of-the-art equipment. The program is fully accredited by the AACSB-International, the hallmark of a quality program that employers recognize and value. Today's modern information society is constantly changing. Students at UCM are trained to succeed by adapting to these changes. The CIS program provides educational and hands-on experience for entry-level positions in programming, networking, systems administration, database administration and systems design. UCM's program encompasses not only a working knowledge of information technology, but also an understanding of business processes and policies that dictate the existing dynamic business environment. The CIS curriculum is based on the model curriculum developed by the Association for Information Technology Professionals. All students complete a common core of business courses. Students then concentrate on CIS core courses that include programming courses in C#, Java, database (Oracle, SQL), UNIX and networking Analysis and Design. Students have to select one of the two areas of concentration - 1) Software Development and 2) Networking / Systems Administration followed by a capstone System Architecture and Development course. Career Opportunities According to the U.S. Department of Labor, many CIS related jobs will grow faster than the average in the near future. Pursuing a major in computer information systems at UCM is a sure step toward securing a seat among the many computer programmers, analysts, database administrators, network administrators and client server specialists across America. The CIS program at UCM is one of the finest in the region, and in recent years CIS students have a nearly 100 percent placement record within three months of their graduation. Because of the education they receive, graduates are placed nationwide in top corporations with high starting salaries. Department Facilities A wide variety of computing resources are available for students ranging from hundreds of PCs and server resources through campuswide distributed network systems. The Harmon College of Business and Professional Studies Computing Lab houses 100+ workstations connected to the campus-wide network backbone. In addition, the CIS department houses a Software Engineering Lab, a Networking Lab, a Web Development Lab and a Usability Lab with state-of-the-art hardware, software and multimedia facilities. All CIS classrooms are equipped with on-demand multimedia resources, desktop plug-in network hookup and instructor PC workstation running on the campus network. Student Involvement Various departmental organizations are available, including the student chapter of the Association for Information Technology Professionals and Delta Sigma Pi business fraternity. Participation allows students to compete in national competitions, visit businesses, meet executives and supervisors, interact with faculty members, and meet other students outside the classroom. Departmental Scholarships In addition to about $4 million in scholarships administered by the university, a number of corporate scholarships are available. These include: the Steward Scholars Program, Boeing Scholarships, Sprint Scholarships, Hallmark Cards Scholarships, Penzoil Scholarships and many more. Contact the School of Accountancy and Computer Information Systems for details. [-]

Bachelor of Culinary Arts and Business

Campus New Zealand Wellington
March 2015

The Bachelor of Culinary Arts and Business will prepare graduates to create, practice and manage a world-class culinary business in a globally competitive environment. This innovative degree programme focuses on developing knowledge and appreciation of fine food and wine in a ‘farm to plate’ context, and how this is successfully applied in a range of business oriented culinary settings. Students will learn to conceptualise, create, promote, commercialise and manage the culinary product or service in a global context. [+]

The Bachelor of Culinary Arts and Business will prepare graduates to create, practice and manage a world-class culinary business in a globally competitive environment. This innovative degree programme focuses on developing knowledge and appreciation of fine food and wine in a ‘farm to plate’ context, and how this is successfully applied in a range of business oriented culinary settings. Students will learn to conceptualise, create, promote, commercialise and manage the culinary product or service in a global context.

STRUCTURE

This programme of study requires the completion of 360 credits and involves the equivalent of three years, 32- weeks of full-time study (per year). In each year students are expected to complete 120 credits. The degree is a three-year programme. Each year is divided into two semesters of 16 weeks. ... [-]

Bachelor in Accounting and Finance (Hons)

Campus UK Kent
September 2014

The BA (Hons) Accounting & Finance degree programme at Kent Business School is specifically designed to ensure it responds to the changing needs and expectations... [+]

Bachelor's Degree 2014/2015. Bachelor in Accounting and Finance (Hons)

Location: Canterbury

The BA (Hons) Accounting & Finance degree programme at Kent Business School is specifically designed to ensure it responds to the changing needs and expectations of today’s accountancy profession, with an international perspective on business.Broaden your skills with specialist accounting teaching staff, many of whom hold professional accountancy qualifications and have experience in a wide range of management disciplines, all with an international focus. You will gain a grounded academic education with an emphasis on key skills such as numeracy, oral and written communication, group work and computing. We offer the opportunity to spend a year on work placement, or to combine accounting with related subjects. Our supportive and flexible approach to teaching gives you the confidence and skills you need to follow the path that most interests you.You have the option of taking the BA (Hons) Accounting & Finance degree with a year in industry on a professional work placement, which is a great way to develop and equip you with employability skills. We have an excellent record of graduate employment with our graduates moving into a whole range of careers including professional training in public practice (chartered accountancy) or in industry, commerce or the public sector, or financial services or general management.... [-]

Bachelor of Design (Games)

Campus Australia Melbourne
February 2015

This unique program provides specialist training in computer-generated design with particular emphasis on game theory and practice. You'll study design... [+]

Bachelor of Design (Games)

Make the most of increasing demand in the creative industries for designers and artists skilled in producing rich interactive experiences by developing your conceptual game design and specialist art skills.This unique program provides specialist training in computer-generated design with particular emphasis on game theory and practice. You'll study design, narrative, imaging, modelling and animation (2D and 3D), concept art and game environments.RMIT has developed two dedicated games research centres with a specific focus on international world-leading research, attracting expert staff who teach the most up-to-date and cutting-edge content.... [-]

Double Degree Bachelor in Management

Campus Poland Warsaw Full time 3 years
February 2015

The program is delivered in cooperation with Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg. The first three semesters of the program take place in Germany. Each semester includes two parts [+]

Bachelor's Degree 2014/2015. Double Degree Bachelor in Management with Professional Placement in Cooperation with DHBW-Mannheim

The program is delivered in cooperation with Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg. The first three semesters of the program take place in Germany. Each semester includes two parts:    •    Typical academic classes at the university

    •    Professional internship at prestigious international companies

In 2011/2012 the following companies will participate in the program: BASF,  Boehringer Ingelheim, Deutsche Bank, Hosta Group (Wawel), MAN, Polsko-Niemiecka Izba Przemysłowo Handlowa, Sirona.
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