The business administration major is a broad field, which examines and helps students develop skills for successfully managing organizations. The students leave the school with a business degree and with skills and knowledge to excel as business leaders in an increasingly globalized marketplace. The curriculum for this program provides comprehensive knowledge of principles, models, and theories from various subjects: business management strategies, economics, human resources, marketing, accounting, operation research, finance, management information systems, and others. Furthermore, it gives opportunities for students to apply their knowledge to real-world business problems. Evening courses are available for working pofessionals.
The majority of the Business Administration alumni hold jobs in: corporate planning, personnel organization, accounting, marketing, production management, IT, banking, security, global distribution, logistics, research and development, public sector, CPA, tax accounting, labor law, public appraisal and patent law. Also, some of our alumni start new businesses in diverse fields to become a CEO of their own company.
Tax & Accounting
The department of Tax and Accounting provides quality courses to develop high-level professionals for corporate and tax administration. The curriculum covers: accounting principles, intermediate accounting, financial accounting, cost and managerial accounting, general theory of tax, income tax, corporate tax, consumption tax, property tax, local tax, and inheritance and gift tax. These courses are designed to emphasize industry-academic cooperation and provide students the opportunities to apply the theory to the practical tax and accounting situations.
Most graduates in this field are placed with: tax & accounting firms, financial institutions (banks, investment, trust, investment banking, insurance etc.), public institutions, government-operated enterprises and government agencies.