This program is Accredited by ACICS – Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools.
The BAU Bachelor of Arts program in Business Administration and Management is designed not only to prepare students for careers in business, administration, and management-related fields but also to produce well-rounded global citizens.
Our Business Administration and Management faculty are experienced professionals who will use the skills they have honed in the field to teach BAU’s undergraduate students. Among many others, our faculty have worked for organizations including Bechtel, the US Department of Transportation, and USAID.
Why Study Business Administration & Management?
- Lots of job opportunities
- Improve your communication skills
- Develop business and customer management skills
- Follow up with an MBA
- Tap into your creative side
Fun Fact: BAU offers various on-campus job opportunities to help you grow your business and management skills.
Program Learning Goals
- Comprehend and apply concepts of the functional areas related to local and global business.
- Comprehend, discuss, and apply regulatory and ethical practices.
- Enhance proficiency in the use of basic information systems and quantitative techniques.
- Enhance research, communication, and presentation skills using professional literature.
- Demonstrate the integration of knowledge and professional skills in specific areas of concentration.
Advertising Director, Advertising Manager, Classified Advertising Manager, Promotion Manager, Promotions Director, Budget Analyst, Budget Coordinator, Budget Examiner, Budget Officer, Cost Analyst, Business Analyst, Business Management Analyst, Business Process Consultant, Clerical Methods Analyst, Commercial Specialist, Industrial Analyst, Management Analyst, and Management Consultant.
General Education Requirements
The breadth of knowledge is a foundational element of the American higher education tradition. As such, BAU undergraduate students are expected to complete the following general education requirements, in addition to their core requirements. These can be categorized into three broad areas: Humanities, Social Sciences, and Mathematics & the Sciences. A student’s core requirements may not apply to his or her general education requirements. In total, these general education requirements fulfill a minimum of 39 credits.
Business Administration and Management Program Requirements
Business Administration and Management majors must complete 40 courses (120 credits): 13 general education courses (39 credits), 21 core courses (63 credits), and 6 pure elective courses. Core courses include 15 required courses (45 credits) and 6 elective courses (18 credits). Through these requirements, students prepare for careers in the field of economics. In addition, students must complete BAU’s general education requirements, which emphasize the Liberal Arts, global cultures, and diverse perspectives. Students will hone their critical writing and thinking abilities; quantitative and scientific reasoning skills; public speaking abilities; foreign language skills; and information and computer literacy.
In order to graduate, students must meet the following criteria:
- Students enrolled in the undergraduate program must maintain a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of at least 2.0 out of 4.0 to qualify for the BA degree, to remain in good standing, and to graduate.
- The Maximum Time Frame (MTF) for completion of the BA program is 180 credits.
- An undergraduate student may transfer up to 60 credit hours earned at accredited institutions.
- No degree credit is received by an undergraduate for any failing grade (a grade less than D, or 1.00 out of 4.00-grade points).
Students have a wide range of courses to choose from throughout their four years of study.
About the School
Bay Atlantic University was established in 2013 as a private but non-profit institution of higher education which aims at providing a unique and invaluable opportunity to train world citizens who poss ... Read More