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Bachelor of Business Administration

The Bachelor of Business Administration undergraduate program is proud to offer various opportunities to students who are aspiring to obtain intellectual ability in business policies and principles through an integration of its core subjects on organizational management, economics, finance, business law and ethics, among the few. With today's progressive globalization, the program, being a general management course and multidisciplinary in nature, opens doors to a vast array of career options in the various fields of business, such that graduates are expected to get an edge in holding professional managerial and entrepreneurial positions in respected business firms. The program seeks to develop business professionals with sufficient training in organizational management and with specialized knowledge and skill in a functional area of business activity. As such, the program seeks to instill social responsibility to students, without compromising personal satisfaction through the potentials of getting into high-earning yet challenging jobs in the industry.

Program Learning Outcomes

  • Use professional communication skills to express understanding of business principles practices to diverse audiences.
  • Formulate appropriate solutions to business problems based on credible evidence and data.
  • Apply sound theoretical business principles in the competitive global environment.

Course Requirements

Core Courses (42 Credits)

Electives Section A (6 Credits)

Students must complete two courses from Electives Section A. Each course is valued as 3 Credits.

MKT 409 Global Markets
MKT 403 Early Stage Capital
MKT 115 Real Estate Capital Markets
MKT 203 Marketing Strategy

Electives Section B (9 Credits)

Students must complete three courses from Electives Section B. Each course is valued as 3 Credits.

ECON 203 Industrial Organization
ECON 401 Collective Choice
ECON 463 Econometrics
ECON 445 International Trade

Electives Section C (9 Credits)

Electives Section D (9 Credits)

General Education Requirements

General Education Courses Requirements; each course is valued as 3 Credits. The general education courses at Charisma University hone students to be holistic individuals possessing critical thinking skills applicable to diverse fields of knowledge. Students must complete 45 Credits from General Education Courses distributed as follows:

English Courses (9 Credits)

Undergraduate students must complete all the three courses from English section

ENG 210 - American Literature
ENG 100 English Composition I
ENG 101 English Composition II

Communications (9 Credits)

Undergraduate students must complete all the three courses from Communication section

COM 210 Business Communication I
COM 211 Business Communication II
COM 285 Public Speaking

Humanities (6 Credits)

Undergraduate students must complete two courses from Humanities section

PHIL 264 World Religion
PHIL 100 Introduction to Philosophy

Natural Science (3 Credits)

Undergraduate students must complete one course from Natural Science section

BIO 100 Principles of Biology
CHEM 110 Introduction to Chemistry

Mathematics (3 Credits)

Undergraduate students must complete the following course from Mathematics section

MTH 257 College Algebra

Computer Science (3 Credits)

Undergraduate students must complete the following course from Computer Science section

CIS 100 Introduction to Computer

History (6 Credits)

Undergraduate students must complete two courses from History section

HIS 217 Western Civilization I
HIS 218 Western Civilization II
HIS 122 American Government

Social and Behavioral Sciences (6 Credits)

Undergraduate students must complete two courses from Social and Behavioral Sciences section

PSY 100 Introduction to Psychology
SOC 110 Introduction to Sociology
POL 100 Introduction to Political Science

Total Credits required for Bachelor of Business Administration is 120. Please refer to the University Catalog University Catalog or website for admissions requirements; transfer credits policy; and tuition fees.