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The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration program at Kingston University is designed to provide students with a diverse learning environment and to equip students with the basic knowledge and skills necessary for succeeding in the business community. The program also develops students’ potential to become future leaders and managers in a dynamic, globally integrated business world.

 

 

Program Objectives

Upon completion of the program, the student should be able to:

1. understand fundamental business theories and models;

2. develop skills for leadership and management within business environments;

3. develop a system of ethics for business leadership;

4. develop the ability to articulate business theories and models within various cultural and international environments.

Graduation Requirement

Students must meet the following academic requirements prior to graduation:

  • completed 45 units in General Education Courses with a GPA of 2.0 or better
  • completed 54 units in Business Foundation and Core Courses
  • completed 21 units in elective courses
  • maintained a minimum G.P.A. of 2.0 or better

Upon completing the academic requirements for graduation and fulfilling the financial obligation for the program, students will be awarded the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree.

Curriculum

Students may be admitted to the BSBA program after they have completed General Education courses or be enrolled, concurrently, in General Education courses, which must be completed prior to completion of the BSBA program, and with a minimum G.P.A. attained must be of 2.0 or better. General Education courses are designed to give each student a breadth of experience in various academic disciplines. These learning experiences provide an introductory base to different fields of study and discuss how each disciple conducts its research, thus adding to general knowledge. GE courses are offered at community/city colleges.

To meet the graduation unit requirements, students are required to complete 45 units in General Education Courses, 54 units in Business Foundation and Core Courses and 21 units in elective courses. Students may choose to concentrate on one of the three emphases, Entrepreneurship Scheme, Marketing Scheme and Finance Scheme, or combinations of elective courses meeting their career interest.

The courses are listed below

Business Foundation and Core Courses Required: 57 Semester Units
Foundation Courses: 21 Semester Units
Course No. Course Title Total Contact Hours Total Credit Hours
AT 2110 Accounting Principles I
45
3
AT 2120 Accounting Principles II
45
3
BU 1000 Introduction to Business Management
45
3
BU 2050 Business Law
45
3
BU 2400 Business Statistics
45
3
EC 2410 Principles of Microeconomics
45
3
EC 2420 Principles of Macroeconomics
45
3
  TOTAL
315
21
Required Core Courses: 36 Semester Units
Course No. Course Title Total Contact Hours Total Credit Hours
AT 3100 Fundamentals of Managerial Accounting
45
3
BU 2010 Computer Information Systems
45
3
BU 3010 Business Communication
45
3
BU 2000 Management Theory and Practice
45
3
BU 3220 E-commerce Business Fundamentals 45 3
BU 3050 Business Ethics 45 3
BU 3020 Human Resoruces Management 45 3
BU 3600 Organizational Behavior
45
3
BU 4500 Organizational Leadership 45 3
BU 4600 Capstone Course 45 3
FN 3300 Introduction to Finance
45
3
MK 2000 Principles of Marketing
45
3
  TOTAL
540
36
Scheme Courses: 18 Semester Units
i) Entrepreneurship Scheme
Course No. Course Title
Total Contact Hours
Total Credit Hours
BU 3025 Human Relations for Business
45
3
BU 3040 Small Business Management
45
3
FN 3310 Principles of Finance
45
3
FN 4410 Investments
45
3
MK 4200 Marketing Research
45
3
MK 4220 Sales Management
45
3
  TOTAL
270
18
ii) Marketing Scheme
Course No. Course Title
Total Contact Hours
Total Credit Hours
BU 3025 Human Relations for Business
45
3
BU 3030 Survey of International Business
45
3
BU 3040 Small Business Management
45
3
MK 4200 Marketing Research
45
3
MK 4210 International Marketing
45
3
MK 4220 Sales Management
45
3
  TOTAL
270
18
iii) Healthcare Management Scheme
Course No. Course Title
Total Contact Hours
Total Credit Hours
BU 3025 Human Relations for Business
45
3
BU 3040 Small Business Management
45
3
HC 2000 Introduction to Healthcare Management
45
3
HC 2010 Survey of Healthcare Industry
45
3
HC 3050 Healthcare Issues and Ethics
45
3
HC 2100 Introduction to Health Insurance
45
3
  TOTAL
270
18
iv) Hospitality and Tourism Scheme
Course No. Course Title
Total Contact Hours
Total Credit Hours
HT 2000 Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism
45
3
HT 2010 Destination Geography
45
3
HT 2100 Front Office Operation and Management
45
3
HT 2200 Tourism Theories and Practices
45
3
HT 3010 Convention and Event Management
45
3
MK 3210 Hospitality and Tourism Marketing
45
3
  TOTAL
270
18
Total Program Requirements
Total Contact Hours
Total Credit Hours
Total General Education Course
675
45
Total Foundation and Core Course
855
57
Total Elective Course
270
18
PROGRAM TOTAL
1800
120
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