Bachelor Business Administration

General

Program Description

Bachelor Business Administration

The BBA with majors in (1) Marketing and (2) International Business Management was established in 1993 to provide students with: in-depth knowledge and skills in business administration, with emphasis on the chosen major; capability to think and analyze problems, and an ability to use English effectively in an international business environment.

In additions, the BBA seeks to fill the ever-growing demand for skilled and trained international business people and be a valuable bridge to graduate study

Why UTCC's BBA?

  • Offer cutting-edge education
  • Emphasizes interaction among students and faculty members
  • Provides lots of actual business experiences
  • Taught by highly-qualified faculty members from various countries
  • Awards student-exchange scholarships
    Offers the best value for your investment

International and Experienced Faculty Members

BBA students will have the opportunity to learn from highly qualified full-time and part-time lectures, both domestically and internationally:

  • Full-time Thai and non-Thai lectures
  • Part-time lectures from private business and government agencies
  • Part-time lectures from other universities
  • Visiting lecturers from around the world

Program Facilities
A designated teaching/learning area for the program

  • Airconditioned Lecture Rooms
  • Air-conditioned Library
  • Seminar rooms
  • State-of-the-Art Audio-Visual Equipment
Last updated February 2018

About the School

The University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce (UTCC) is the oldest private non-profit higher education institution offering degrees in Business Administration, Accounting, Economics, Humanities, Scie ... Read More

The University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce (UTCC) is the oldest private non-profit higher education institution offering degrees in Business Administration, Accounting, Economics, Humanities, Science, Communication Arts, Engineering, and Law. It is a place where academic theories and business experiences are integrated to produce graduates who can successfully meet today's business challenges. The University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce, originally known as the College of Commerce, is the private university that was founded by the Thai Chamber of Commerce in 1940 to provide education for business to Thai youth. After the outbreak of World War II in 1941, the institution was closed and it was reopened in 1963. The two-year curriculum was developed into a standard four-year program in 1964 and on June 17, 1970, the College of Commerce was officially accredited under the Private College Act. On October 24, 1984, this institution was accredited as a university and the name was changed to the University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce. International Programs represent the academic expansion of the University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce in keeping with global business trends. Vision and Mission In order to realize our vision of being one of the leading universities in education for business in Asia, UTCC missions put emphasis on producing graduates with academic and business abilities and ethics, having faculty members, staff and students with distinguished abilities in English, information technology and business, and being the reliable source of academic services in the area of business for the society. Status and Strength As of January 2007, UTCC has 19,472 undergraduate and 1,710 graduate students. The total number includes international students from different countries worldwide. Since its foundation, the University has maintained its close relationship and cooperation with the Thai Chamber of Commerce. Many of our part-time lecturers are successful and outstanding businessmen and executives with invaluable knowledge and experiences. In the highly competitive and rapidly changing environment, our curriculums are incessantly improved and developed; furthermore, new curriculums such as Logistics Management and Global MBA are offered to meet the demands of the new economy. Read less