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Bachelor of Business Administration

The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program focuses on developing knowledge and skills in core areas of management practice, as well as the ability to analyze and synthesize data from both outside and inside.

The curriculum is designed to equip you with the competencies, knowledge, skills, and attitudes needed for success in management positions in the global workplace. The coursework gives you a broad and holistic view of the complexity of issues in today’s business environment. The BBA program provides the basis for career growth, as well as a stepping stone to a graduate program. It enables students to develop and demonstrate competencies in the five main management areas: effective communication, application of quantitative methods, problem solving, decision-making and critical analysis, and leadership.

The School of Business offers elective courses which support the University’s undergraduate professional degree programs. Required elective coursework seeks to broaden students’ outlooks and establish a strong foundation for lifelong learning. As part of the undergraduate programs at Meritus, students are required to complete coursework in Communication Arts, Arts and Humanities, Mathematics, Science, and Social Science. Program requirements are designed to assist students in developing communications and problem solving skills needed for professional growth, and to strengthen students’ appreciation of the larger social, political, scientific and aesthetic culture.

Required General Studies Courses: Business Literature, Critical Thinking Strategies, Cultural Diversity, Effective Communications for Business Professionals, English Literature Since 1800, Environmental Issues, Global Civilizations from 1400 to 1700, Global Civilizations to 1400, Human Motivation, Intermediate Algebra, Introduction to Environmental Science, Introduction to Sociology, Literature in Society, Organizational Ethics, Organizational Psychology, Political and Social Ideologies, Pre-Calculus, and Survey of the Visual and Performing Arts.

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