The department is structured such as to educate managers and organization leaders of the future. These leaders and managers will be able to work successfully in an increasingly complex and ever changing environment in order to attain and maintain long-term competitive edge over their competitors. Intensive theory and practice-based curriculum is offered by our department which creates an academic experience that is contemporary, challenging, diverse, globally oriented and professionally focused.
- Develop critical and strategic thinking, improve analytic skills and techniques, and enhance effective decision-making
- Demonstrate ability in teamwork, collaboration and leadership
- Understand social and legal issues both within local and global environment
- Acquire proficiency in English and utilize effective communication skills
- Gain IT skills which are conducive for research using various resources and databases
- Put knowledge acquired into practical experience through on-site internship(s) before graduation
- Gain ethical consciousness and behaviour required by the business management discipline
- Explain the importance of Human Resource Management to the overall management of an organization.
- Record transactions and prepare financial statements for a business entity
- Analyze and synthesize financial, statistical and quantitative data to assist future business leaders in making sound decisions and judgements
- Recognize the need for lifelong learning and the importance of staying current in business literacy, events, methodologies and information technology tools;
- Be able to work cohesively in an international environment, by respecting the values of other cultures in business and personal areas
On successful completion of the Business Management programme and gain competencies, a student will be awarded the Bachelor of Science in Business Management (240 ECTS).
A business management degree prepares students for a career in business, which may stretch across any sector or industry. Career options are therefore varied.
Business Management graduates work to interpret a company’s needs through use of analytical tools such as interviews, document analysis, surveys, site visits, business process descriptions, assess the performance of financial investments such as stocks and bonds in order to provide sound guidance to businesses and individuals, focus on building relationships with current and prospective customers.
Prepare and examine financial records to ensure they are accurate, that taxes are paid correctly and in a timely manner and that the organization is running efficiently, they work to ensure the client is heard, taken care of and in complete understanding of the products or services, oversee recruiting, interviewing, hiring and the training of new staff.
They serve as the connective tissue between the organization’s management and staff, oversee and direct sales teams by setting goals, analyzing data and developing their respective team through training programs and group initiatives, plan programs and campaigns to generate interest in their product or service. They may oversee a team of marketing professionals and often times collaborate with graphic designers, sales agents and financial staff members, undertake the administrative and office management side of the sales process. This includes fielding phone calls, setting appointments or managing a customer database, among other duties, sell goods or services for their respective organization. They contact customers, explain product or service features and answer any questions current or prospective customers may have.
Faculty of Business and Economics appreciates modern concepts and new methods in education and teaching methods that support educational objectives in addition to traditional methods. Traditional class attendance is compulsory for all courses in the faculty of Business and Economics. A variety of other educational methods are also used depending on the course and instructor. All kinds of practical exercises including the IT based activities are used to support the understanding of theory and to improve practical skills. Using different educational methods is also aiming to increase the interest of students. Traditional class work is an essential way in order to give basic theory (knowledge) on each topic. Therefore at least 75% of class attendance is expected for all of the courses.
An undergraduate student is entitled to graduate if s/he satisfactorily completes all required courses, laboratory studies, reports and practical assignments, attains a sum of credit-hours amounting to at least the minimum required for graduation, has a CGPA of 2.00 or above.
The courses of the programme aim to establish a firm knowledge in business management; educate students with a good command in written and oral English and build strong communication skills much necessary in the local and global business world. The programme’s duration is eight semesters and during this period each student is expected to fulfil a thirty calendar day internship at an organization approved by the Faculty so as to be able to acquire some limited practical knowledge in his/her chosen area of interest.
The four-year BSc programme in Business Management is a structurally well-balanced programme requiring the completion of 120 credit hours (240 ECTS credits). In the first two years of the programme, students are equipped with a strong foundation in the fundamental concepts of business management, business law, computer applications, accounting, economics and statistics. Students’ knowledge is also broadened with five departmental and three non-departmental elective courses all of which are encapsulated within the four-year programme.
|BUS308||Business Finance II||3||3||6||BUS307|
|BUS406||Insurance & Risk Management||3||3||6||BUS307, BUS308|
|BUS407||Innovation & Entrepreneurship||3||3||6|
|BUS409||Corporate Governance & Family Business||3||3||6||BUS108|
|BUS418||Small Business Seminar||3||3||6||BUS 307, BUS 315|
|BUS419||Research Methods in Business||3||3||6||BUS205, BUS206|
|BUS420||Contemporary Issues in Business||3||3||6|
|BUS422||Project Evaluation & Investment Management||3||3||6||BUS307|
|BUS430||Supply Chain Management||3||3||6||BUS205, BUS206, BUS304|
|BUS444||Cross Cultural Studies in Organiztions||3||3||6||PSYC100, SOCY100|
|BUS445||Workshop in Export and Import||3||3||6|
|BUS462||Leadership and Organizational Culture||3||3||6||BUS301|
|BUS101||Intro. to Business& Management||3||3||7|
|COMP103||Computer Application l||3||3||4|
|MAT101||Business Mathematics l||3||3||8|
|EGL101||Development of Reading Skills||3||3||4|
|NH001||National History 1||2|
|TFL101||Turkish as a Foreign Language I (for non-natives)||4|
|BUS108||Principles of Management||3||3||7|
|COMP104||Computer Application II||3||3||4||COMP103|
|MAT102||Business Mathematics II||3||3||8||MAT101|
|EGL102||Development of Writing Skills||3||3||4||EGL101|
|NH002||National History II||2||NH001|
|TFL102||Turkish as a Foreign Language II (for non-natives)||4|
|BUS203||Financial Accounting l||3||3||6|
|BUS205||Statistics l||3||3||6||MAT101, MAT102|
|BUS207||Introduction to Law||3||3||6|
|CS201||Communication Skills l||3||3||4||EGL101, EGL102|
|BUS204||Financial Accounting II||3||3||6||BUS203|
|CS202||Communication Skills II||3||3||4||EGL101, EGL102|
|BUS303||Human Resource Management||3||3||6||BUS108|
|BUS305||Quantitative Methods & Forecasting||3||3||6||BUS205, BUS206|
|BUS307||Business Finance I||3||3||6||MAT101, MAT102, BUS205|
|BUS315||Principles of Marketing||3||3||6|
|BUS304||Operations Management||3||3||6||BUS205, BUS206|
|BUS306||Management Information Systems||3||3||6||BUS108|
|BUS401||International Business||3||3||6||BUS211, BUS212|
|BUS403||Globalization and Economic Integration||3||3||6||BUS211, BUS212|
|BUS404||Strategic Management||3||3||6||BUS 203, BUS204, BUS303, BUS304, BUS307, BUS308, BUS315|