⇒ Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
⇒ 4 Years (8 Semesters)
⇒ 121 Credit Hours
Business Administration investigates how organizations function – from hiring and training to strategy and decision making. Business Administration majors may choose to specialize in finance, international business, or marketing.
Jobs directly related to your degree include:
- Chartered management accountant
- Corporate investment banker
- Insurance underwriter
- Management consultant
- Operational researcher
- Risk manager
Jobs where your degree would be useful include:
- Human resources officer
- Logistics and distribution manager
- Marketing executive
- Retail manager
- Sales executive
- Systems analyst
The mission of the Business Administration program is to prepare knowledgeable, skilled, globally-oriented, and ethical graduates prepared for entrance into business, government, and the professions or for graduate work.
Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)
- To create a learning environment for developing functional and effective business management skills.
- To develop a program that sets consistently high academic standards.
- To provide ample academic and pastoral support for learners.
- To ensure that learners engage with teaching faculty in a mutually beneficially manner that improves both academic and professional skills.
- To continually adapt and improve the program to reflect local and international business needs.
- Knowledge of basic concepts and principles underpinning key facets of business operation and management.
- Acquisition of cross-domain knowledge pertaining to the effective functioning of organizations.
- Ability to use the knowledge gained from the program to model, evaluate and solve business problems, constructing viable and effective solutions in the process.
- Critical thinking and analysis skills, suitable for dealing with business issues, and solving business problems.
- Ability to act creatively, effectively and decisively in a variety of business settings, using business tools, information technology and other resources at their disposal.
- Effective communication skills necessary for communicating business requirements to supervisors, peers and subordinates in an effective manner.
- Ability to act proactively and carry out self-driven work, with the potential to assume managerial roles and higher-level responsibilities within business organizations.
- Ability for self-analysis, professional reflection and self-development within a business environment.
- Ability to work effectively and competently within culturally diverse organizational teams in a range of corporate settings.