WHAT IS BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION?
Business Administration can be defined as the universal process of organizing people and resources efficiently to maximize profit.
When you enter the Business Administration Program, widely recognized as one of the top business programs in the region, you will be on your way to joining the next generation of business leaders and entrepreneurs in Central Asia. The Business Administration Program is one of the most competitive programs to enter at AUCA, but when you graduate from the program, you will be highly sought after by top local and international businesses. Almost 100% of Business Administration graduates find employment after graduation. You will gain the skills to successfully run your own business; manage local and international firms; conduct marketing research; perform financial planning and audits; and formulate projections, assess risks and evaluate alternatives in capital investment.
The AUCA Undergraduate Business Program is designed with one purpose in mind: to provide students with outstanding intellectual and practical skills for lifelong achievement. In particular, this program is aimed at preparing experts in the sphere of business specializing in Accounting and Information Systems; Finance, Investment & Banking; Management and Human Resources; Marketing; Public Administration.
The Business Program includes courses that develop understanding of the principles and practices involved in managing business organizations. Following the first two years of general education study, BA students will be required to complete a demanding sequence of business and management courses. These courses are designed to challenge and develop leadership skills, while shaping future managers’ thinking.
The Business Administration Program is designed to meet the international requirements of instruction programs for the qualification of Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.). The Program also offers a minor in Business Administration for AUCA students in non-business programs and a minor in Public Administration for all AUCA students.
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