Department of Business Administration

The Department of Business Administration houses undergraduate and graduate programs. These programs expose students to the full range of hard and soft proficiencies needed to be successful in various business settings. The Department provides a fundamental education in Business Administration at the undergraduate level by offering students the choice to have a concentration in each of the following areas: Accounting and Auditing; Banking and Finance; Management; and Marketing.


The Degrees we offer
Degree Years Total Credits
BBA in Business Administration Bacc + 3 94 Credits


Concentration Total Credits
Accounting and Auditing 12 Credits
Banking and Finance 12 Credits
Management 12 Credits
Marketing 12 Credits


Minors
The department also offers non-Business students the opportunity to “minor” in Business. Non-Business students must complete the following courses to obtain a minor in Business: Survey of Financial and Managerial Accounting (ACCT2016), Survey of Economics (ECON201), Managerial Finance (FINE220), Principles of Management (MGMT220) and Principles of Marketing (MRKT220).

Minor Total Credits
Minor in Business 15 Credits


Program Learning Goals and Program Learning Outcomes

PLG 1: Effective Communication skills
On successful completion of this degree students will be able to:
1.1. Deliver informative and engaging oral presentations.
1.2. Convey knowledge in well-structured and well-written reports.
1.3. Demonstrate a good level of interpersonal communication and teamwork skills.

PLG 2: Holistic business Knowledge
On successful completion of this degree students will be able to:
2.1. Demonstrate knowledge of key business concepts and practices.
2.2. Apply the right business concepts for a given situation.

PLG 3: Rational Decision-Making Abilities
On successful completion of this degree students will be able to: 3.1. Analyze business situations for sound managerial decisions.
3.2. Consider internal and external factors for recommending business initiatives.

PLG 4: Responsible Attitudes
On successful completion of this degree students will be able to:
4.1. Apply ethical reasoning by incorporating various stakeholders’ needs.
4.2. Demonstrate awareness of legal business rules.
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