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Faculty of Economy and Business

Business Administration

Bachelor in Business Administration with a concentration in Business Administration

Department

Levels

Duration

Degree

Business Administration

Bachelor

4 Years

SUNY

Department

Levels

Duration

Degree

Business Administration

Bachelor

4 Years

SUNY

Department

Business Administration

Levels

Bachelor

Duration

4 Years

Degree

SUNY

Introduction

General Remarks


Upon successful completion of the Business Administration program of studies the students will:

  • Demonstrate understanding of the subject matters related to management science, economics, accounting, computing and information systems, organizational behavior, business law.
  • Have a foundation in science and liberal studies through the General Education Program.
  • Be able to apply the subject matter critically and analytically in real situations.
  • Integrate the knowledge acquired in the program to analyze a business and to identify its strength and weakness and to determine what changes can be made for improvement.
  • Assume management roles in planning organizing and controlling the functions of the SME.
  • To be able to design and develop a business plan.
  • Pursue post graduate studies in the area of Business Administration.

Details

1

4 Years


General Education – 33 credits
All students must complete the SUNY/ESC general education requirements.

No.

Course

Credits

1

*Composition I (TOEFL score > 530)

3

2

*Composition II (pre: Composition I)

3

3

*College Algebra

3

4

*1 Natural Science course

3

5

*General Psychology (pre: Composition I)

3

6

*US History II

3

7

*World History I or II

3

8

*Other World Civilizations

3

9

*1 Humanities course

3

10

*1 Art course

3

11

Computer Applications

3

 

UNYT Concentration Prerequisites – 55 credits

No.

Course

Credits

1

*Statistics I (pre: Algebra)

3

2

*Statistics II (pre: Statistics I)

3

3

Albanian Business and Labor Law

3

4

*Introduction to Microeconomics (pre: Composition I & C.Algebra)

3

5

*Introduction to Macroeconomic (pre: Composition I & C.Algebra)

3

6

*Economics of E.U. (pre: Macro)

3

7

*Knowledge Management (pre: Pr. Mgmt & Comp. App) or M.I.S.

3

8

Financial Accounting (pre: Composition I)

3

9

Managerial Accounting (pre: Financial Accounting)

3

10

Corporate Finance (pre: Composition II, Managerial Accounting)

4

11

Principles of Marketing (pre: Micro)

3

12

Principles of Management (pre: Composition I)

3

13

*Advanced Business English (pre: Composition II)

3

14

*Introduction to Speech Communication

3

15

*Intro to Sociology or Soc. & Cult. Anthropology (pre: Composition I)

3

16

*Intercultural Management (pre: Sociology or Anthropology)

3

17

*Industrial & Organizational Behaviour (pre: Gen. Ps.)

3

18

*Money and Banking (pre: Macro)

3

Foreign Language(s) and Electives – 8 credits
Electives may be taken at UNYT and /or ECS. Recommended:

Public Relations
Advertising
Economic Geography
Advanced Speech Communication
Discourse Analysis

Empire State College Concentration Courses – 32 credits

No.

Course

Credits

1

*Business Ethics (pre: senior status)

4

2

*Managerial Leadership (pre: Principles of Management, senior status)

4

3

*Legal Environment of Business (pre: senior status)

4

4

Business Policy & Strategy (pre: Principles of Management and senior status)

4

5

Entrepreneurship, Small & Medium Business Mgmt (pre: senior status)

4

6

Human Resources Management (pre: Principles of Management and senior status)

4

7

Marketing Management (pre: Pr.of Marketing and senior status), OR Internship, OR Senior Project (pre: upper senior status)

4

8

ESC Elective

4

TOTAL 128 CREDITS (min. 124 credits for the SUNY/ESC degree).