Students who study business gain a variety of knowledge and skills. Depending on their focus of study, classes may include accounting, financial planning, global trade, marketing, entrepreneurship, administration, investment philosophies, valuation, or supply chain management.
This programme enables graduates to work and lead in a wide variety of ministry and business management projects (e.g. NGO, business, churches, entrepreneurial ventures). We aim to produce graduates capable of managing teams and organisations who approach their task from deep Christian convictions and acquire the management knowledge, tools and skills that business studies can provide.
A National Senior Certificate (NSC) with a bachelor’s pass or equivalent;
Matriculation Certificate (with university exemption) or equivalent;
Higher Certificate or an Advanced Certificate or Diploma in a cognate field.
Alternative Admission Requirements
A National Senior Certificate or National Certificate Vocational with a diploma pass (or equivalent) combined with the results of the National Benchmark Test (NBT);
Mature age of 23 and over during the first year of studies and a National Senior Certificate (or equivalent);
The conditions of the Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) policy for access and the results of the NBT are determining factors for admission. Contact the admissions office regarding RPL;
Mature students (45 years or later) can be admitted, determined by the RPL conditions and the results of the NBT.
Minimum three years full-time;
Maximum six years part-time;
On campus and online;
January and July intakes.
The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) course is offered in collaboration with Paris Graduate School of Management, France (PGSM).
This programme will prepare the
Programme Background & Learning Outcome
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in collaboration with Paris Graduate School of Management (PGSM), France. Our collaboration with the Paris Graduate School of Management, France (PGSM) gives you an added edge of qualification from one of the top 35th Ranked University in France.
I.U.M. Bachelor’s program in Communication and Entertainment Management (BECOM) offers students dual expertise from both the I.U.M. Business School and Sup de Pub.
Bachelor in Communication & Entertainment Management
Combined theoretical and practical approach
Possibility to study at one of our partner Universities in Americas, Asia or Europe
All courses are offered in English
Unparalleled student diversity, 50+ nationalities
Dual degree: IUM's Bachelor in Communication & Entertainment Management and Sup de Pub's SPCOM Bachelor
Why a Bachelor's degree in Communication & Entertainment Management at IUM?
IUM Bachelor’s program in Communication and Entertainment Management (BECOM) offers students dual expertise from both the IUM Business School and Sup de Pub, a renowned advertising partner school. This undergraduate program gives practical courses in communication and entertainment management, and a deep understanding of how these areas function....
Developed in partnership with local business organizations, both public and private, this course has been designed to help you meet the many challenges of managing in the
Developed in partnership with local business organizations, both public and private, this course has been designed to help you meet the many challenges of managing in the complex, dynamic and exciting world of business. In the national student survey 2015, there was 97% overall satisfaction of BA (Hons) Business.
Award: BA (Hons)
UCAS Code: N420
Duration: Three yearsAlso available part-timeAlso available with Foundation Year
Our students are also entitled to receive CMI level 5 professional manager qualification; all expenses paid by the University.
This course focuses on strategic thinking and the long-term effects of making decisions on the survival and growth of businesses. It will enable you to relate theory to contemporary business practice and explore ethical and social responsibility issues. We will help you to develop an awareness of effective management and an understanding of the many contexts in which different businesses operate....
It all begins with a great story. Whether a film or television show, a video game or even a commercial, the most successful pieces of media are those that tell engaging a
Stories are curious creatures. On one hand, they are shaped by the world. In telling them, we are able to explore the furthest reaches of experience – whether it’s our own, or someone else’s. And in this way, stories also carry the power to shape the world.
Full Sail’s bachelor of fine arts degree in Creative Writing allows you to wield that power in a way that is at once meaningful and savvy. You’ll learn how to tell a tale across different media platforms, incorporating visual elements and exploring a variety of genres. You’ll examine different modes of publication and distribution, and hone your craft through ongoing portfolio courses and peer-to-peer workshops....
You’ll integrate economic theory and applied economics with an emphasis on management with this unique among SUNY institutions degree. Your coursework will be typical of
You’ll integrate economic theory and applied economics with an emphasis on management with this unique among SUNY institutions degree. Your coursework will be typical of a traditional business administration major but with an emphasis on the development of both technical and analytical skills in a strong liberal arts context.
What Will I Learn?
You’ll be able to explore
International trade and finance
Money and banking
Plus interesting and timely topics related to
The importance of politics and our economy
The Department of Business and Computer Science offers students professional education in business and computer science that will facilitate personal development for thei
Earn a Degree in Business or Computer Science at SWOSU
The Department of Business and Computer Science offers students professional education in business and computer science that will facilitate personal development for their future careers.
B.B.A. in Accounting
B.B.A. in Entrepreneurship
B.B.A. in Finance
B.B.A. in Management
B.B.A. in Marketing
B.S. in Computer Science
M.S. in Management
Associate Dean: Dr. Patsy Parker580.774.3284Chair: Dr. Trisha Wald580.774.3061Program Director: Madeline Baugher580.774.3122
The faculty and staff of the department strive to create and sustain a professional attitude and close working relationship with students. In addition to the emphasis placed on high-quality instruction in the classroom, the faculty encourages students to conduct themselves in an ethical manner and extend their learning beyond the classroom by participating in active business or computer science related clubs on campus....
Major in business administration at the University of Mary Washington and you’ll position yourself to succeed in the corporate world or as an entrepreneur. You’ll learn e
Major in business administration at the University of Mary Washington and you’ll position yourself to succeed in the corporate world or as an entrepreneur. You’ll learn ethics, strategy, legalities, and more from master teachers, some who’ve worked for Fortune 500s. And our research and internship opportunities will give you the real-world experience you need to make a difference.
Areas of Study
UMW’s bachelor’s program in the College of Business allows you to major in accounting, general business, international business, or marketing. In addition, the program covers information systems and applications, applied statistics and business research, legal environment of business, principles of management, federal taxation, organizational behavior, human resource management, decision analysis, principles of finance, commercial law, consumer behavior, leadership theory and practice, negotiation, and more....
Monmouth College has a distinctive approach to the study of commerce; thus the name Political Economy and Commerce. The program is founded on a bedrock belief that indivi
Monmouth College has a distinctive approach to the study of commerce; thus the name Political Economy and Commerce. The program is founded on a bedrock belief that individuals are continually developing innovative new processes to solve problems in a world of constant change that embraces the best of the liberal arts traditions and values.
Students will learn to understand spreadsheet analysis, the operation of markets, the basic concepts of marketing and the essentials of management, in order to function effectively in the global economy. The differences between traditional business programs and Monmouth’s approach are dramatic. The focus is long-term rather than short-run. It is the difference between managing today’s problems and being prepared for tomorrow’s change. It is more than just training for a job at graduation; it is an education for a lifetime of personal and professional growth....
Learn skills that are applicable to nearly any field with a major or minor in Business Management and prepare for any one of a variety of careers.
Learn skills that are applicable to nearly any field with a major or minor in Business Management and prepare for any one of a variety of careers.
Featuring a common business core that integrates the various strategic areas of business, the Business Management major can be customized to meet your specific career interests.
Business Management Program Details
Featuring a common business core that integrates the various strategic areas of business, the Business Management major provides prepares you for the professional world with a broad range of skills that can be applied to a variety of careers.
By selecting specific elective courses or minors within and outside of the Business Department, you can focus your education on charting your own course so you can do something you’re passionate about....
The program teaches how to process and evaluate economic information, to identify business entity’s economic problems and justify their decisions and make suggestions for
Bachelor Degrees in Business.
OUTCOMES OF THE STUDY PROGRAM
To make decisions evaluating their impact on the economical and cultural development of society, welfare, and environment.
Critically evaluate and reflect one’s activities, being aware of the importance of lifelong learning.
To communicate in writing and orally, by conveying the professional knowledge in Lithuanian and in a foreign language.
To cooperate, to work in a team, taking responsibility for one’s and colleagues work.
To learn the research methods and forecast models of economic analysis.
To collect, systematize and evaluate the economic information, using a range of methods of analysis, in accordance with the principle of confidentiality.
To know ...
The Big Data and Analytics major at UCM provides focused knowledge and training to students so they can learn how to utilize a company’s data and generate information for
A Meaningful Degree in an In-Demand Career
With ever increasing advances in information technology, almost every industry has a need for data analysts to leverage collected information and help organizations operate more effectively and efficiently.
According to a recent McKinsey & Company big data report, in 2018, the United States alone could face a shortage of 140,000 to 190,000 professionals with proficient analytical skills. The shortage is expected to continue in the near future.
Through its Big Data and Business Analytics undergraduate and graduate programs, UCM is filling that skills gap, by helping students graduate ready to enter the workforce with a meaningful degree....
The program leads to a Bachelor’s degree fully recognized by the French Ministry of Education. This internationally oriented program allows students to acquire knowledge
Bachelor in Marketing & Business
By integrating BSB'sBachelor Marketing&Business, you choose a double AACSB and EQUIS accredited school and a 3-year diploma:
Recognized in France and worldwide
Accredited by French Ministry of Education
Top 6 Best Bachelors in France (L'Etudiant 2018)
Giving access to the Master degree or directly to the job market.
In 3 years, our Bachelor programmes offer you a generalist training in marketing, communication, management, law, finance and global business. Internationally oriented, our Bachelor can be followed 100% in French or 100% in English. It also offers a great opening to the job market, with a maximum of 13 months working placement periods....
It is a unique 4-year program, developed with two prestigious partner universities: USC University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business in Los Angeles and
Three World-Class Universities, Three Continents, Three Degrees: One Unparalleled Experience
It is a unique 4-year program, developed with two prestigious partner universities: USC University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business in Los Angeles and HKUST the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. Students, in a small class of about 50 students coming from all over the world, study at a different location and university each year, spanning three continents: in fact, they spend the ﬁrst year in Los Angeles, the second in Hong Kong, the third in Milan and the fourth at their choice of one of these schools.
It represents an exciting study and life experience that requires strong motivation, cultural openness, and high ﬂexibility to adapt to new environments and situations. Selected students learn from internationally renowned teachers and scholars, exploring diverse cultures and pushing themselves to new limits. It’s is the first undergraduate partnership of its kind, designed to engage intellectually curious students in a business curriculum that connects leading-edge teaching methods with cultural immersion and real-world experiences. English is the common language of the WBB, and students become versed in the language of business in Asia, Europe, and North America during extracurricular activities and internships arranged in each country. This is a new approach to education that will prepare a new generation of leaders for the opportunities of an interconnected world....
The BA (Hons) provides students with an education in business that will enable them to succeed in their future employment and careers. The degree requires students to pur
At least 2 UK ‘A’ Levels or equivalent
Should be at least 18 years old
Minimum English language competency at CEFR B2. Students who do not have the required English capabilities are able to study pre-sessional Academic English courses.
The BA (Hons) provides students with an education in business that will enable them to succeed in their future employment and careers. The degree requires students to pursue a variety of learning experiences to prepare them for employment and to lay firm foundations that will provide a sound basis for personal and professional development. Core modules will deliver the fundamentals of business and management theory, while course options will enable students to specialize in specific areas of interest or to prepare for defined professional requirements. In addition, a practical element will enable them to develop IT, analytical and communication skills....