CIBU’s Bachelor program offers an outstanding education in key functional areas of business including management, marketing, law, and economics. This program provides students with a business foundation accompanied by electives that offer relevant, cutting-edge business strategies applicable to real-world challenges. The program requires a business internship which allows for practical education to complement classroom learning.
This program is ideally suited for transfer students with two to three years of college-level courses on their transcripts. CIBU offers only the upper division courses and therefore all students enrolling into this program must have a minimum of 90 quarter-units or its equivalent of transfer credits from either collegiate or acceptable non-collegiate sources. These credits must include a minimum of 54 quarter-units of general education in math, social sciences, and humanities. Minimum English proficiency for international students is as follows: TOEFL (iBT)–65; IELTS–6.5; or TOEIC–550. For a detailed list of requirements for your particular background, please contact the Admissions Office.
The program requires a minimum of 45 quarter-units (or 9 courses) at CIBU. A total number of 90 quarter-units (or 18 courses) either at CIBU or from another university that fulfills the following list of courses is required to receive the bachelor’s degree. Upper division courses at CIBU are as follows: (All courses are 5 quarter-units each.)
Tuition is charged per course. The number of courses to complete the program may depend on the number of transferred credits and courses from other institutions.
- Bachelor-Level Tuition = $1,575 per course
- Minimum of 9 courses = $14,175
- Full Upper Division of 18 courses = $28,350
Students may start their program in any academic quarter. January 1, March 1, June 1, September 1. Contact us for more information.
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Last updated February 11, 2018