Bachelor of Science (Business Administration) - Full-time
Developed and awarded by The University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, US
Managing success in knowledge-based economy
The world economy today is knowledge-based, and requires managers who have a solid grounding in business concepts, practices and theory.
Experience and hands-on skills are invaluable but not enough to thrive in this new world. A BSc in Business Administration is an absolute necessity to give you the necessary foundation.
The programme is offered by one of the top business schools in America; University at Buffalo’s School of Management.
You learn the role of the business firm in society; the management functions of planning and control; the behaviour of organisations; the tools of modern management, including accounting, economics, and statistics; and the ways in which managers perform functions such as production, marketing, finance and industrial relations.
Employment opportunities galore
With the Bachelor of Science (Business Administration) degree in your hand, you have many employment opportunities open to you in both the private and public sectors.
Most of the graduates work in the private sector engaging in accounting and finance, education and training, human resource management, international business, sales and marketing, administration and other managerial roles.
Graduates have also gone on to graduate schools for further studies.
Among top business schools
US News and World Report ranks the UB School of Management as one of the best Undergraduate Business Programmes in the 2010 edition of America’s Best Colleges.
The school has been ranked No.57, from a list of more than 550 schools accredited by AACSB International, positioning the school in the top 15 percent of accredited undergraduate business programmes.
The Gourman Report, published by Princeton Review, ranks the school's undergraduate business programme no.24 in the country.
Why study at SIM?
SIM is the only offshore institution in the world to offer undergraduate programmes from University at Buffalo.
Entry for students is a minimum 5 GCE ‘O’ level passes or equivalent. Advanced standing credit may be granted for applicants with ‘A’ levels or polytechnic diplomas.
More than 50% of programmes are taught by overseas visiting faculty.
The cost of studying at SIM is 60% lower than studying in the US.
Other full-time UB programmes offered at SIM:
Bachelor of Arts (Economics)
Bachelor of Arts (Sociology)
Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)
Bachelor of Arts (Communication and Psychology)
Bachelor of Arts (Communication and Sociology)
Bachelor of Arts (Psychology and Sociology)
Bachelor of Arts (Communication)
Bachelor of Science (Business Administration) and Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)