Bachelor of Business Administration

General description:

The Bachelor of Business Administration programme (BBA) covers the areas of management and corporate strategy, business organization, accounting, financial analysis, micro and macroeconomics and finance.

 

Training objectives:

Develop the students’ ability to acquire knowledge and know-how in the disciplines of management sciences, through a pedagogy based on active participation of the students in their training.

 

Opportunities:

This programme gives students the essential skills required to accede to positions of responsibility in the public and private sectors.

 

Internship:

The internship included in the programme enables the student to have a practical experience and the opportunity to apply in the real working world the knowledge acquired in class.

 

Learning outcomes:

  1. Recognise basic concepts of the functions of business management;
     

  2. Analyse the financial decision-making process using statistical and quantitative analyses;
     

  3. Implement effective communication skills in a business management environment;
     

  4. Acquire business theories, models, and concepts to implement business-decision skills, including in an internship report;
     

  5. Explain the principles of business ethics and international corporate responsibility;
     

  6. Produce the fundamental skills to create and manage innovation and new business development based on an understanding of the external and internal environment.