Bachelor of Science in Management

Management is concerned with operation efficiency and effectiveness as well as organizational development, planning and administration of the business functions.

The Bachelor degree in Management prepares student for a leadership positions at the operation and functional level of an organization. It equips them with the knowledge and skills required to succeed at the management level. Students learn how to communicate ideas effectively, develop their knowledge of organizational theories and management models, and understand the relevance of organizational structure to goal achievement.

Most of the programs include coursework related to international management and global business practices, which expose students to the challenges of working with international clients locally and abroad.

Program Requirement: 94 Credits consist of:

21 cr. of general university requirements

12 cr. general education requirements,

09 cr. elective courses

73 cr. of Mandatory requirements

48 cr. core requirements

25 cr. major requirements

Career Opportunities

The Bachelor of Science in Management enables graduates to access jobs in various industries such as trading, manufacturing, health, service and government. Graduates will be qualified to start working at the supervisory and first management level.   

Major courses (25 credits)

Course Code

Course Title

Credits

BUS298

Sustainable Employability Skills for Business

3

ENT302

Entrepreneurship

3

MGT303

International Management

3

MGT304

Organizational Behavior

3

MGT305

Project Management

3

MGT306

Leadership and Team Building

3

MGT307

Production and Operations Management

3

MGT308

Strategic Management

3

MGT311

Quality Management

3

MGT312

Managing Sustainability

3

ACC301

Management Accounting

3

HRM301

Human Resource Management

3

ECO307

Managerial Economics

3

BUS399

Research Methods for Business

3

BUS400

Internship

1






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