Bachelor in Business Management
Istanbul Aydin University
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The Bachelor’s Degree Program of the Business Administration Department is a 240 ECTS credits program of 4 years composed of eight semesters, each with a 30 ECTS workload. One ECTS is equal to 25.5 hours of student workload per semester.
IAU thrives to train business leaders that are up-to-date with international business structure and economic issues and we are keen to develop creative and innovative solutions. Our academic framework; therefore, highly values analytical approaches and is science and technology-driven. Throughout the Business Administration Programme (English), we aim to provide our students with key managerial and executive capabilities and skills.
- The main purpose of this department is to develop the students about the subjects of business administration and to equip with the necessary knowledge, skills and competencies. Intended for this purpose, to teach types, structures, functions both theoretical and a practical way on the basis of cooperation with the sector within the scope of business administration are the essential sub-purposes.
- To develop skills that are directed towards producing scientific studies in the field of business administration, sharing what are produced, fulfilling the societal and professional responsibilities, developing and applying projects.
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Upon successful completion of the program designed in accordance with the aims and objectives of the program and the program learning outcomes in terms of knowledge, skills, and competencies given below, students/learners will be able to:
- Comprehend the fundamental concepts and theories of business administration science.
- Analyze the relationships between fundamental concepts and theories of business administration science.
- Illustrate the theoretical frame drawn from business operations.
- Comprehend the context of the underlying causes of national and international business administration.
- Describe cause-effect relationships in the context of cases covered by national and international business administration cases.
- Synthesis information on popular issues related to business administration.
- Comprehend the role of business in the operation of global and national economic systems.
- Analyze the effect and the contributions of external stakeholders to the relationships between business organizations.
- Analyze comments on the power and benefit relationship between internal stakeholders.
- Synthesis social and technical dimensions based on the integration between business operations.
- Use creative, innovative, and analytical thinking skills to solve business administration problems.
- Use modern methods and technologies of business administration in the business environment.
- Behave as a leader or follower when necessary.
- Act as a team player to operate and to make a decision in business organizations.
- Analyze data about business administration issues by qualitative and quantitative techniques.
Personal & occupational competencies in terms of each of the following groups:
Autonomy & Responsibility
Learning to Learn
Communication & Social
Occupational and/or Vocational
We are eager to train future businessmen and women with a global vision and advanced English communication skills. That, by return, encouraged a number of foreign students to participate in our program in the last few years. International academic exchange programs have been motivated and inspired for further educational activities so that they are fully prepared to be global business leaders.