Course Summary

The Business Program has an interdisciplinary nature where the coursework is based on general education. The student at SUI will take diverse classes which emphasize mathematic and economy in order to continue with specialized administration classes.

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120 credits
32 months or or 8 semesters

Program Description

The bachelor level program in business serves professional students from a variety of backgrounds who are looking to strategically acquire a stronger skill about specific business functions, such as information systems, finance, budgeting, and business operations.

This program will impart supplementary competences through pragmatic coursework concerning leadership and organizational behavior proficiencies.

Members of the faculty employ a variety of instructional methods and resources aimed at meeting the needs of student clientele. Emphasis is on advising students in course work appropriate to their interests and academic progress. The core curriculum and course work in the business administration curriculum reflect the needs of the industry, including topics such as marketing and internet business.

What will you learn?

Upon successful completion of the program, students will be able to:

•Examine various theories relevant and applicable to the field of business administration based on industry specific research and best practices.

•Compare and contrast theories and research related to relevant models of business administration.

•Identify the practical applications needed to integrate management, marketing, accounting, and finance concepts to improve short-term and long-term organizational performance.

•Examine various forms of technology currently used within the business administration field.

•Demonstrate knowledge in the areas of science, social sciences, arts and humanities, and basic subjects including mathematics, English, U.S. history and government.

•Examine key concepts and theories related to program content utilizing critical thinking and academic writing skills.

•Examine program content in relation to ethical reasoning, social responsibility, global citizenship, civic engagement.

•Assess the value for life-long learning.

•Write in a unified and coherent manner appropriate to the subject matter.

•Use appropriate sentence structure and vocabulary.

•Incorporate diverse cultural perspectives into business decisions.

•Recognize ethical issue.

•Identify ethical issues.

•Translate ethical concepts into responsible behavior in a business environment.

•Develop values awareness.

Program Objectives

To prepare students with a comprehensive vision of organizations so that they may efficiently be able to understand their areas and departments and how these are interrelated, as well as how to manage all its resources and be prepared to identify business opportunities and respond to change. This degree successfully prepares our students to enter areas of finance, banking, manufacturing, product development, human resources, its management, and business analysis.

Admission Requirements

International students

• Admission form.

• High school degree translated and evaluated by a member of Naces in case the document is not outside the United States.

• Financial proof of a reserve of $23,000.

• Assessment of English language proficiency.

• Valid passport.

• Make a single payment of $85*.

**Non refundable. When you have completed the admission process, we will issue your I-20, an essential document to apply for the F1 visa.

We will be happy to assist you in this process. Local students

• Admission form.

• High school degree translated and evaluated by a member of Naces in case the document is not outside the United States.

• Assessment of English language proficiency.

• Valid ID.

• Make a single payment of $85*.

* *Non refundable.

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