Why Business Administration
This degree program provides professional preparation for students working toward careers in management or administration. In pursuing a Business Administration degree, students develop the skills and orientation of a well-rounded generalist with a broad base of business skills, knowledge and practical experience.
This approach ensures that the business administration student also develops competencies in other major areas beyond introductory courses. It further gives students opportunities to choose courses from a selection that represents areas in which business students should be competent. These are contemporary courses that define the current business environment, and are constantly updated. Furthermore, depending on the evolution of the business environment, these courses could be replaced by ones considered more relevant and up-to-date.
The sets of courses from which a student can choose are e-Commerce, International Business, Human Resource Management, Negotiation and Conflict Resolution, and Supply Chain Management. This program also offers excellent preparation for students intending to study at the advanced degree level.