Our business program offers a combination of in-class instruction, project-based learning, “hands-on” assignments, practical experience, and rigorous, methodic analysis. Students will learn how to apply theories to practice, how to foster creativity and innovation while learning how to find and solve problems. Students will learn to collect, process, evaluate, and synthesize information, to then transform information into knowledge and further, to develop insight. The program will enable students to write, articulate, report, and make effective presentations, to plan, formulate and implement creative initiatives that address issues, and to arrive at effective strategies for meeting multifaceted interests of diverse stakeholders. In our program, students gain the knowledge, skills, values, and experiences that international employers demand in areas of business management.
A Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the Business Management program requires a minimum number of 136 credits for students to graduate. Students are required to complete the AUV General Education Curriculum minimum (60 credits), the pre-major courses (20 credits), the core courses for the major (40 credits). Remaining 26 credits are accrued from General Education, Electives, and Internships.