The programme specification is a structured format comprising clearly stated aims reflected in the learning outcomes that the graduate is expected to achieve upon graduation through his/her exposure to a set of knowledge and skills. The curriculum architecture of the programme is designed based on a structured hierarchy of course levels that builds on the previous level to ensure academic progression and balance between theory and practice. To guarantee for a further extent the attainment of the programme’s intended learning outcomes all course specifications have identified the intended learning outcomes it requires to achieve and were aligned and mapped to the programme intended learning outcomes. The programme offers the student a wide range of core ‘core’ disciplines in the field of business administration and its functional areas (e.g. management, organization, human resources, marketing, operations management, and accounting) aimed to equip him/her with leadership and management skills enabling our graduate to competently manage modern business enterprises.
The Bachelor in Business Administration programme aims to:
1. Equip graduates with a coherent and Critical understanding of the concepts and models of business
management theory and practice in an ever-changing competitive business world.
2. Allow graduates to generate business solutions to complex problems.
3. Prepare graduates for a professional career through acquisition of independent learning skills and creative
approaches to tasks that lead to further personal development and lifelong learning.
- Lectures 0
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 3 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Students 273
- Assessments Yes