Faculty of Business Administration
Business Administration Program Description
The business administration major is designed to give the graduates of the business administration major the
knowledge, skills, critical thinking ability, and technological competence essential to be successful in business, conducting research, analyzing information, and communicating effectively.
The major provides a strong foundation in business functions and includes courses in management, marketing, finance, accounting, economics, information systems, and business law. Additionally, students select electives from the disciplines above to develop a greater degree of specialization according to their individual interests and career goals.
Business Administration Program Objectives
Upon completion of the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, graduates will be able to
describe and explain business functions and technology affecting the conduct and structure of business organizations.
Academically Qualified and Professionally Qualified Status
The faculties have, and maintain, intellectual qualifications and current expertise to accomplish the mission and to assure that this occurs; the university has a clearly defined process to evaluate individual faculties’ member’s contributions to the university’s mission. At least 50 percent of faculties’ resources are academically qualified and that at least 90 percent of faculties resources are either academically or professionally qualified. Also, qualified faculties resources should be distributed across programs and disciplines consistent with the university’s mission.