BS in Business Administration

          The business administration curriculum includes studies in accounting, business law and public policy, customer service and operations management, ethics and social responsibility, finance, human resource management and labor relations, strategic and entrepreneurial management, organizational behavior, marketing and sales, e-commerce and technology management, and statistical analysis. The course in business administration prepares graduates for business- and management-related careers in for-profit and not-for-profit organizations and the public sector.

           The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration program (BSBA), is designed to produce graduates that possess a familiarity of business operations and equip them with critical decision making skills for strategic and executive work necessary for competing in the ever-changing world of global business. The program empowers students with a basic and clear understanding of the functions of every division in a company, be it in marketing, finance, operations, human resources, and office management. Training in this program emphasizes leadership skills, and thus prepares them you managerial and supervisory positions.

Subjects and Curriculum

         All major fields of the BSBA program have the same General Education Core, Basic Business Core and Business Education Core. The subjects are divided into five categories:

  • General Education core: Language and Humanities Cluster, Mathematics, Computer and Natural Science Cluster, Social Sciences Cluster, Mandated Subjects
  • Basic Business Core: Principles of Management, Human Behavior in Organization (HBO), Principles of Marketing, Accounting 1, Business Communication, Basic Finance, Computer
  • Business Education Core: Basic Microeconomics, Accounting II, Business Law (Obligation and Contract), Taxation (Income Taxation), Total Quality Management, Human Resource Management, Social Responsibility and Good Governance
  • Professional Courses (according to the selected major)
  • Electives

What skills are required to succeed in this course?

          These are the skills that you need to possess or develop to be able to succeed in this course:

  • Analytical skills
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Decision making skills
  • Communication skills
  • Mathematical skills

Specializations

          There are numerous specializations for the BSBA program; here are the main ones:

  • Management Accounting
  • Entrepreneurship 
  • Marketing 
  • Financial Management 
  • Business management 
  • Economics
  • Human Resource Development Management

Career opportunities for BSBA graduates

 Entry Level jobs: Jobs requiring no prior to minimal level of experience:

  • Marketing
  • Sales
  • Human Resources
  • Administration
  • Finance
  • Accounting

Advanced Positions: Require trainings and prior job experience of a few years:

  • Marketing
  • Sales
  • Management
  • Business Development
  • Human Resources
  • Finance
  • Accounting

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