- General Business and Entrepreneurship
- Integrated Marketing Communication
- Supply Chain and Logistics
To graduate in the BBA majors, you need to complete 135 Cr. Hr, and in Economics Major, you need to complete 142 Cr.Hr.
Students can follow up on their performance through power campus with the help of/her advisor.
Student registers using power campus with the help of his advisor.
The academic load per semester for CGPS 2.00 is 18 credit hours, and for CGPA 3.00 or above is 21 credit hours.
- A+: 4.0 (Excellent)
- A: 4.0 (Excellent)
- A-: 3.7 (Excellent)
- B+: 3.3 (Very Good)
- B: 3.0 (Good)
- B-: 2.7 (Conditionally Pass)
- C+: 2.3 Conditionally Pass)
- C: 2.0 (Conditionally Pass)
- F: 0.0 (Fail)
Losing 20% of attendance leads to forced dropping of the course.
It depends on the course and this is an example on how it may look like:
- Lectures Attendance: 5%
- Participation: 10%
- Individual Assignments: 10%
- Group Assignments: 30%
- One mid-term exam: 20%
- Final Exam: 25%
- Total: 100 %
The GPA required for each major is as follows:
- Economics - 2.5 - minimum grade B in ECON201&ECON202
- Supply Chain and Logistics - 3.00
- Integrated Marketing Communications - 2.00
- Finance - 2.5
- General Business - 2.00
- And for graduation minimum CGPA is 2.00 to graduate.
Yes, we allow the students to double major.
Students have the advantage of declaring two majors within the same school under the following conditions:
- Meeting the admission requirements of both majors, considering that some majors may not accept double majoring in specific related or unrelated fields.
- Declaring the second significant any time before reaching the graduating senior year.
- Having a minimum GPA of 3.5 at the time of declaration of the second major.
- Getting approval from the Program Director and Deans of both majors.
We offer two minors; one for BBA and one for Economics.
Minor in Business Administration:
- For students from other schools to Minor in Business Admiration, their CGPA should be 3.0 or higher. Students must complete the following six courses (18 Cr. Hrs.).
Minor in Economics:
- Students majoring in a non-economic field, either who are following any other business major or in any other schools in the University, may take a minor in Economics in addition to their major.
The minor in Economics develops a firm understanding of core microeconomics and macroeconomics theory while at the same time providing students with the opportunity to be exposed to the different fields in economics.
This is done by selecting electives in economics that fit their likely targets of interest, ranging from statistics and econometrics to financial economics, labor market analysis, economic development, and others. Economics as minor consists of 21 credit hours, 15 credit hours as core courses, and six credit hours as electives. Students must achieve a minimum grade of "C" in all courses to complete their minor in economics. And no more than two courses could be a transfer.