The three-year bachelor in Business Administration is an integrated, multidisciplinary degree program. The program’s principal strength is its combination of business, liberal arts and social science courses. Conventional business administration programs at the undergraduate level emphasize a high level of specialization in business specific courses. As a result, graduates of these programs lack sufficient exposure to a wide array of non-business courses that inform students of the broader societal and intellectual context in which business and organizations operate.

Target Skills:

  • Develop critical management competencies in core business disciplines (ie., accounting, finance, marketing, operations management and strategic management)
  • Expand the mathematical and statistical skills required for financial analysis
  • Develop a detailed understanding of the economic theories which underpin many business decisions
  • Develop a detailed understanding of the impact of globalization on management practices and opportunities
  • Develop effective team player and leadership skills
  • Improve oral communication and presentation skills
  • Develop written communication skills
  • Develop critical research and analytical skills
  • Complete an optional specialization in “International Business”
  • Complete an optional specialization in “Economics”

Some of the typical Career Opportunities:

  • Entrepreneurship
  • General Management
  • Credit Manager/ Loan Officer
  • Human Resource Administrator
  • Customer Service Manager
  • Financial Analyst
  • Property/ Real Estate Manager
  • Industry Relations Specialist
  • Sales Representative
  • Public Utilities

Curriculum

FIRST YEAR

FIRST SEMESTER

  • Introduction to Economics
  • Academic Reading and Writing I
  • Calculus I
  • Computer Applications

Electives, one of:

  • Intro to Psychology
  • History of Economics
  • Research Methods

SECOND SEMESTER

  • Introduction to Business
  • Computer Science Fundamentals
  • Marketing
  • Financial Mathematics
  • Academic Reading & Writing II

SECOND YEAR

THIRD SEMESTER

  • Financial Accounting
  • Microeconomics
  • Ethics
  • Management Communications
  • Principles of Management

FOURTH SEMESTER

  • Managerial Accounting
  • Introduction to Statistics
  • Macroeconomics
  • Organizational Behaviour
  • Comparative International Business

THIRD YEAR

FIFTH SEMESTER

  • Finance
  • Business Statistics
  • Operations Management
  • Human Resource Management

One of ECN Elective

  • Monetary Theory
  • Public Finance
  • International Economics
  • Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory

SIXTH SEMESTER

  • Strategic Management
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Business Law

Arts/Humanities/Social Science Elective:
One of:

  • Business History
  • Introduction to Sociology
  • Globalization and Technological Development

Internship: 3 Credit
Thesis : 3 Credits

*Each course is 3 Credits (6 ECTS)

Program taught in:
English

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