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Bachelor of Science (Business Administration) and Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) – Buffalo at University


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Developed and awarded by The University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, US


Learn from the best of both worlds – understanding human behaviour, and understanding how business is managed. On successful completion of this programme of study, you receive two degrees, the Bachelor of Science (Business Administration) and Bachelor of Arts (Psychology). In the Bachelor of Science (Business Administration) programme, you acquire knowledge and skill set for managerial roles in business and public organisations.

The curriculum focuses on 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.

In the Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) programme, you acquire an understanding of basic processes of sensation, perception, learning, cognition, development, and personality along with principles of social psychology, clinical psychology, and behavioural neuroscience. Knowledge of psychological principles and of scientific methods for evaluating theories and research in the social and behavioural sciences is essential in the rapidly-changing world economy.

 

Programme Structure & Curriculum Foundation Modules for Business

1.ECO 181 Introduction to Macroeconomics (4 credits)¹

2.ECO 182 Introduction to Microeconomics (4 credits) ¹

3.MGA 201 Introduction to Accounting I (3 credits)

4.MGA 202 Introduction to Accounting II (3 credits)

5.MGQ 201 Introduction to Computers and Statistics (4 credits)²

6.MTH 131 Mathematical Analysis for Management (4 credits) ¹

7.PSY 101 Introductory Psychology (3 credits) ¹

 

Required Modules for Business

8.MGB 301 Organizational Behavior and Administration (3 credits)

9.MGE 302 Applied Economics (3 credits)²

10.MGF 301 Corporation Finance (3 credits) ²

11.MGG 300 Career Strategies, Planning, and Management (2 credits)

12.MGI 301 Human Resources Management and Labour Relations for Managers (3 credits)

13.MGM 301 Principles of Marketing (3 credits)

14.MGO 302 Production and Operations Management (3 credits) ²

15.MGO 403 Fundamentals of Strategic Management (3 credits)

16.MGQ 301 Statistical Decisions in Management (3 credits)¹

17.MGS 351 Introduction to Management Information Systems (4 credits) ²

18.MGT 401 Public Policy, Law and Management (3 credits)

 

Prerequisite Modules for Psychology

19.MTH 115 Survey A Algebra and Trignometry (4credits) ¹

20.PSY 101 Introductory Psychology (3 credits) ¹

21.PSY 207 Psychological Statistics (4 credits) ¹

22.PSY 250 Scientific Inquiry in Psychology (3 credits)

 

Required Modules for Psychology

23. 300-level module 1 – Clinical (3 credits)
This module may include: Psychology of Personality, Abnormal Psychology, Community Psychology, Clinical Psychology or Health Psychology.

24. 300-level module 2 – Social (3 credits)
This module may include: Social Psychology, Social Conflict and Its Resolution, Psychology of Work in Organizations or Developmental Psychology.

25. 300-level module 3 – Cognitive (3 credits)
This module may include: Cognitive Psychology, Introduction to Cognitive Science: Concepts of the Mind or Sensory Processes and Perception.

26. 300-level module 4 – Behavioral Neuroscience (3 credits) This module may include: Biopsychology2.

27-30. Three 400-level Psychology modules (9 credits)

 

General Education

31.ESL 407 Written English I (3 credits)

32.ESL 408 Written English II (3 credits)

33.MUS 113 Music and Society (3 credits) or MUS 115 Understanding Music (3 credits) or MUS116 Theory of Music for Nonmajors (3 credits) or MUS 264 World Music (3 credits)

34.NTR 108 Human Nutrition (3 credits)³

35.NTR 109 Nutrition in Practice (3 credits) ³

36.NTR 110 Nutrition in Practice Lab (1 credit)³

37.PHI 101 Introduction to Philosophy (3 credits) or PHI 107 Ethics (3 credits) or PHI 115 Critical Thinking (3 credits)

38.UGC 111 World Civilizations I (3 credits)

39.UGC 112 World Civilizations II (3 credits)

40.UGC 211 American Pluralism and the Search for Equality (3 credits)

 

Concentrations (choose one) Financial Analysis

41.MGA 306 Financial Reporting and Analysis (3 credits)
42.MGF 402 Investment Management (3 credits)
43.MGF 403 International Financial Management (3 credits)
44.MGF 405 Advanced Corporate Finance (3 credits)

 

International Business

Choose 3 out of 4:

41.GEO 330 Dynamics of International Business (3 credits)¹

42.GEO 333 Bases of World Commerce (3 credits)¹

43.GEO 334 International Environments and Commercial Problems (3 credits) ¹

44.MGF 403 International Financial Management (3 credits)

 

Marketing

41.MGM 403 Marketing Research (3 credits)

42.MGM 404 Consumer Behaviour (3 credits)

Choose one of the following:

43.MGM 402 Selling and Sales Force Management (3 credits) or

44.MGM 406 Product and Brand Management (3 credits) or

45.MGM 409 Advertising and Promotion (3 credits)

 

Free Electives

20-23 credits (non-MG modules)

Entry Requirements

  • GCE ‘O’ level with minimum 5 credit passes
  • Applicants with GCE ‘A’ level or polytechnic diplomas
  • International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma
  • Most recent 3 years of high school grade of B equivalent to IB score 4.5

Delivery methods

  • Classroom

Assesment Methods

  • Continuous Assessment and Examinations

Graduation and Degree

  • Bachelor of Science (Business Administration) and Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)

Commencement date

26 May 2014

Full/part time

Full Time

Length of course

48 Months

Course Price

$ 83,460.00

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