Bachelor in Business Administration
The Business Administration programme at Near East University aims to carry out modern education-oriented activities of institutions in a dynamic and competitive environment.
|Part-time Duration:||4 years|
|Starting in:||September 2020|
|Tuition Fee:||€2,800 per year|
The Business Administration programme at Near East University aims to equip its graduates with broad knowledge and understanding of all the business administration disciplines and to give them an insight to explore and investigate the key issues confronting the business practitioner in the present day and in the future.
The program is based on a modular structure including both compulsory and elective courses. The elective courses reflect the needs of the current businesses and may vary from year to year. Graduates should acquire the conceptual and analytical tools that will enable them to tackle business problems and issues with greater confidence, and develop an appreciation of the wider organizational context. This will enable them to advance their career prospects in many areas of business.
Philosophy And Objectives
The mission of Business Administration is to be the premier teaching institution in this field, helping our students to acquire the knowledge, skills and values necessary for participation and leadership in the evolving global marketplace of business. It provides an environment of excellence in teaching and learning to earn the highest esteem in the relevant field.
The faculty pursues a balance of theoretical knowledge and practical experience through instructional excellence, research and intellectual inquiry and a commitment to professional and community service.As the basic principle of its Mission, the Department of Business Administration sets itself the following key objectives: Strive to be the Business School that considers the critically important changes and challenges occurring in the business world and responds effectively by providing world-class training for preparing the students to contribute to the competitiveness and long-term success of their organizations.