• Student admission to the Bachelor of Business Administration is based on the requirements of the national center for evaluation and measurement, the general University admission criteria, as well as specific criteria set by the College of Business and Management. All direct admissions are decided by the University Admissions Committee.
  • To graduate with a Bachelor of Business Administration, students must satisfactorily complete 134 credit hours with a cumulative average as decided by the university council.
  • All third year business students are required to fulfill a summer (July and August) internship period of eight weeks of specialized work on individual basis. This includes training and practice in an actual service in a technical, business, or governmental establishment under both faculty supervision by a mentor and corporate guidance by a preceptor who will acquaint students with the world of work. The preceptor will also help interns acquire the core values and basic skills necessary for an understanding of the business world. Interns will be assigned tasks and responsibilities commensurate with their skills and qualifications.