The Department of Business Administration offers a baccalaureate degree in Business Administration that concentrates on financial and operational communications for business and non-profit organizations. The program prepares individuals for careers in managing industrial or private businesses, governmental and non-profit organizations. The program also prepares individuals to be able to continue their graduate study and provides them with the ability to work in different fields like selling, marketing, etc. The main language of instruction in the Major in Business Administration is English.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Knowledge of micro and macro-economics.
- Knowledge of business and financial markets and how they operate.
- The application of quantitative methods and statistics to business problems.
- The understanding of the role of the professionals in corporate governance and business ethics.
- The understanding of organizations and of the environments in which they operate, including the major economic, legal, political, social, technical, international and cultural forces and their influences and values.
- The understanding of interpersonal and group dynamics in organizations, including the methods for creating and managing change in organizations.
- The understanding of personnel and human resource issues, managing people, project management, and marketing.
- The understanding of decision support and strategy, including business advice, strategic management and general management.
- The understanding of organizational and operational risk.
- The knowledge of international trade and finance and the ways in which international business is conducted, as well as the processes of globalization.
- The ability to integrate the above components in accomplishing strategic objectives.
Upon graduation from the program, a graduate has the opportunity to work in any organization or institution including all private companies as well as public entities.