Who we are
By holding regular seminars and conducting promotional campaigns (IGEC Educational Forums and Road Shows), we have established close contacts with the major sponsoring bodies in the MENA region and signed several contracts to recruit students abroad. Regular advertising and promotional campaigns, which have attracted a large number of students, has given us a good indication of the potential number of students likely to attempt joining abroad universities. IGEC has been working with King Abdullah Scholarship Program (KASP) for the past ten years, during which we placed thousands of students in reputable international universities in the USA, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, and the UK.
The wide vision and perfect visualization of the IGEC management and consultants help IGEC emerge as MENA’s fastest growing educational consultancy with widest options in Global Education.
In summary, IGEC provides the following student recruitment services:
- Counseling students about courses at a university/college.
- Consultation to universities/institutions.
- Generic and specialized training courses.
- School Seminars and interviews.
- Education Exhibitions and Forums in MENA.
- University/college placement.
- Processing and procurement of student visa.
- Payment through our office of tuition fees, etc.
- Discounted student air tickets.
- Accommodation reservations.
- Airport pick-up reservations.
- Pre-departure briefings.
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
The Eberhardt School of Business cultivates the leadership skills and innovative spirit of its students while providing training in state-of-the-art business applications. As a small business school with a global orientation, the Eberhardt School offers highly interactive classes that encourage close working relationships between students and faculty.
As in all of our programs, students gain practical, hands-on experience through class consulting, internships, and career development projects that team students with senior business executives. Undergraduate degree programs include the: Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) and three Minors in Management, Business Information Systems, or Business Administration for the non-business major.
Undergraduate Program Learning Goals
- Demonstrate knowledge of business principles, concepts, theories, and perspectives for each business discipline. The business disciplines include Accounting, Finance, Management, Marketing, Operations Management, Management Information Systems, and the Legal and Ethical Environment of Business.
- Demonstrate skills in the use of business procedures, methods, strategies, and approaches for each business discipline.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the interrelationships among business disciplines.
- Identify problems and make recommendations based on an analysis of the information provided.
- Recognize the ethical dimensions of business decisions.
- Recognize cross-cultural components of business decisions.
- Work effectively with others as a member of a team.
- Demonstrate effective oral communication skills.
- Demonstrate effective written communication skills.
Skills in writing, communications, quantitative methods, computers, and economics are basic to a professional education in business administration. The exact sequence of these courses taken by students depends upon the results of placement tests in mathematics and writing. All Eberhardt students must consult with their faculty advisors before registering.
Students must complete a minimum of 128 units with a Pacific cumulative and school/program grade point average of 2.0 in order to earn the bachelor of science in business administration degree.
Core Course Requirements
The core course requirements for the Business Administration degree include the Deans' Seminar (required only for entering freshmen), the junior level Career Development Seminar, and the following courses:
- Dean's Seminar
- Principles of Financial Accounting
- Principles of Managerial Accounting
- The Legal and Ethical Environment of Business
- Management Information Systems
- Operations Management
- Financial Management
- Marketing Management
- Management and Organizational Behavior
- Career and Development Seminar
- Strategic Management and Policy
Areas of Concentration
The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration offers 10 concentrations in a wide variety of areas. Seven are considered core concentrations and include:
- International Business
- Management and Human Resources
- Management Information Systems
The three specialty area concentrations include:
- Arts and Entertainment Management
- Business Law
Students are required to take at least four concentration courses, one of which must be an international business course. A number of concentrations require more than four courses. Students concentrating in Economics must take at least one International Economics course.
This school offers programs in:
Last updated September 18, 2018