Business Administration

Program Information

In today's conditions, managers from different disciplines such as business, engineering, and law are expected to be able to use the theoretical knowledge they have learned in solving the problems they encounter in training, without interrupting their business life by following scientific developments.

This program aims to train entrepreneurial, dynamic, and analytical managers who know how to renew themselves and bring them into business life according to constantly developing and changing market conditions.

The curriculum, which is based on the current theory and practices of the program, has been prepared to train professional managers who can communicate effectively, have personal skills, and aim for continuous development with a sense of social responsibility.

Participants of the program will take essential business courses in the first two semesters. In the third semester of the program, the participants will choose the area they want to specialize in and take the courses that will be opened in that area.

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CORE REQUIREMENTS
ACCT 112 Introduction to Financial Accounting
ACCT 114 Managerial Accounting
BUSN 101 Introduction to Business
BUSN/INTL 240 Law & Ethics
BUSN 301 Total Quality Management
BUSN 375 Entrepreneurship
ECON 101 Introduction to Microeconomics
ECON 111 Introduction to Macroeconomics
ECON 251 International Economics
ECON 353 Globalization & the World Economy
FINC 221 Introduction to Financial Management
INTL 220 International Human Resources Management
MGMT 200 Introduction to Project Management
MGMT 201 Leadership
MGMT 301 Organizational Behavior
MGMT 303 Management Communications
MGMT 322 Problem Solving and Decision Making for Managers
MGMT 337 Strategic Management
MKTG 201 Introduction to Marketing
MATH 110 Introduction to Statistics
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CORE ELECTIVES
FINC 455 International Finance
MGMT 325 Operations Management
MGMT 335 Project Management Knowledge Areas I
MGMT 336 Project Management Knowledge Areas II
MGMT 433 Negotiation
MGMT 453 Cross-Cultural Management
MKTG 321 Marketing Management
MKTG 435 Brand Management
MKTG 436 Principles of Advertising
MATH 335 Business Analytics
GENERAL ELECTIVES: HUMANITIES
ENGL 121 English Composition 1
ENGL 122 English Composition 2
ENGL 123 Academic Writing
GENERAL ELECTIVES: MATHEMATICS & THE SCIENCES
ENVS 105 Introduction to Environmental Science
CMPS 110 Introduction to Computer Science
MATH 103 College Mathematics
MATH104 College Algebra
GENERAL ELECTIVES: SOCIAL SCIENCES
PSYC 101 Introduction to Psychology
HIST 166 Atlantic History
HIST 168 History of Civilizations
HIST 170 U.S. History
SOCI 101 Introduction to Sociology
POLS 250 Media Literacy in the Age of Fake News
UNIV 101 First Year Seminar

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