Business Administration

Program Overview

The Business Administration program is designed to provide the knowledge, skills and competencies to individuals who aspire to become front-line managers of business enterprises in all types of industries.

 

The program is configured to provide its graduates with a solid understanding of the macro-environment of business, the industry-specific contexts of a variety of business enterprises and the economics of particular industries. Students also learn the range of tasks and managerial practices in all the areas of business such as finance and accounting, management information systems, general management, leadership, operations management, human resources management, marketing, international business, entrepreneurship, supply chain management and project management.

BENEFITS

 

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

  • Comprehensive coverage of all areas of business and management

  • Learning based on extensive case analyses and directed research

  • Technology-supported learning in and out of the classroom

  • Ample opportunities to work on team projects

  • Exposure to the management practices of leading companies in the world

  • Delivered by a team of professors with strong academic backgrounds and extensive business and management experience

 

CAREER OUTLOOK

Graduates are prepared for careers in:

  • Personnel Management

  • General Administration

  • Sales

  • Purchasing

  • Accounting and Finance

  • General and Public Administration

  • Small Business or Franchise Management

 

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PROGRAM OUTLINE

 

Semester 1

   Strategies for Business Success

   Fundamentals of Business

   College Communications 1

   Microcomputer Applications Software 1

   Mathematics of Finance

 

Semester 2

   Financial Accounting Concepts

   Career Exploration

   College Communications 2

   Microcomputer Applications Software 2

   Global Citizenship: From Social Analysis to                                        Social Action 

   Business Operations

 

Semester 3

   Business Communications

   Employment Preplacement

   Principles of Microeconomics

   General Education Elective

   Human Resource Management

   International Business Concepts

   Principles of Marketing

 

Semester 4

   Management Accounting 1

   Quantitative Methods 1

   Principles of Macroeconomics

   General Education Elective

   Management Prinicples

 

Semester 5

   Corporate Finance 1

   Organizational Behaviour

   Career Action

   Business Ethics

   Developing Management Skills

   Management Information Systems

 

Semester 6

   Corporate Finance 2

   Business Strategy

   Professional Business Elective

   Professional Business Elective

   Developing a Business Plan