Specializations & Program Structure

A range of concentrations in Accounting, Retail Management and Logistics & Supply Chain Management allow our students to gain in-depth practical and functional knowledge, providing them with the transferable skills for full-time employment.

Program Structure

The program consists of four core components:

  • Foundation (60 Credits)
  • Core Courses (30 Credits)
  • Concentration Courses (24 Credits)
  • Internship (6 Credits)

Our BSBA Program requires students to complete a minimum of 120 course credits to graduate. The curriculum consists of three main categories of courses:

  • Foundation Courses: 60 Credits
  • Core Courses: 30 Credits
  • Concentration Courses: 30 Credits

Concentration in Accounting

This concentration prepares students for accounting careers in commercial, governmental and non-profit entities. The courses help students to gain knowledge in various financial aspects of a business and other related disciplines. It also allows graduates to qualify for professional accountancy examinations.

Electives
  • Financial Accounting
  • Corporate Accounting
  • Principles of Auditing
  • International Taxation
  • Financial Reporting
  • Advanced Managerial Accounting
  • Fraud Auditing & Forensic Accounting
  • Computerized Accounting
  • Internship

Concentration in Retail Management

This concentration helps students with a practical know-how along with a theoretical understanding of retail management. It caters to the needs of the booming retail sector and provides students with the appropriate knowledge and skills to take up responsibilities in various aspects of the retail industry. Skills and competencies that are specifically developed include sales skills, organization skills and marketing.

Electives
  • Retail Management
  • Consumer Behavior
  • Sales Force Management
  • Shopping Mall Management
  • Brand & Promotion Management
  • International Retail Strategy
  • Retail Technology
  • E-Commerce
  • Internship

Concentration in Logistics & Supply Chain Management

This concentration provides students with the necessary knowledge and skills, both managerial and conceptual, to contribute to long-term economic success in dynamic environments; for instance, shippers, carriers, logistic service providers, and government agencies.

Electives
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Global Logistics Management
  • Decision Tools for Logistics
  • Purchasing and Inbound Logistics
  • Inventory, Material Handling and Warehousing
  • Business Process Management
  • Transportation & Port Management
  • Quality Management
  • Internship