UnderGraduate catalog: 2024/25

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in Arabic (BS-BA)

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in Arabic (BS-BA)

The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in Arabic (BS-BA) program provides students with comprehensive knowledge of business theories and models and their application to real-world problems. This program is offered in Arabic. In particular, leadership, entrepreneurship, and analysis of business problems and opportunities are emphasized. The BS-BA program connects business to the role of work in a global society, offering broad preparation for whatever career pathway a student might elect, as well as providing solid preparation for graduate study in this and related fields.

Program Goals

The program has three overarching goals. Within the context of each, students are provided with the opportunity to acquire relevant skills and knowledge.

  • Provides a framework in applying appropriate business models in decision-making situations.

Students learn to:

    • interpret and analyze accounting information for efficiency and continuous performance improvement
    • apply concepts and principles for marketing resources, goods and services
      understand the basic principles of corporate finance and how capital markets operate
    • understand how and when to use basic statistical analysis
      understand (A.S. level)/ analyze (B.S. level) fundamental principles of economics and how they apply to business decisions
    • identify and analyze business problems and opportunities and formulate recommendations for courses of action (B.S. level)
    • identify opportunities for new business ventures, and evaluate their potential for success (B.S. level)
    • Covers the knowledge and skills needed to perform effectively within a team environment.

Graduates should be able to:

    • lead and/or co-lead collaborative projects using team building skills to accomplish group goals apply their knowledge of basic components and interactions between hardware and software to create programs to solve computing problems
    • understand the basic principles of organizational theory and the relationship between employees and organizations
      understand the principles of setting performance goals, and monitoring, mentoring and motivating employees (B.S. level)


  • Enhances a command of applying ethical reasoning to business situations.

Graduates should be able to:

    • demonstrate how business behavior and policies can leave a lasting effect on society, and how some portions of society may be affected differently
    • develop self-awareness with respect to management style, time management, and sensitivity to diversity in the workplace
    • recognize the need to respond to ethical and legal concerns relating to human resource and organizational management (B.S. level)

Note: The Associate of Science degree level has many goals in common with the Bachelor of Science degree level. This reflects the fact that students at the Associate’s level complete the same Year 1 and Year 2 program requirements. Because students at the Bachelor’s level then complete additional requirements in the major, they are expected to achieve these goals at a higher developmental level.


BUSA 1101 Principles of Business Management

Courses Required

BUSA 1102 Basic Accounting
BUSA 1103 Microeconomics
BUSA 1104 Macroeconomics
COMA 2001 Professional Communication
BUSA 2201 Principles of Marketing (proctored course)
BUSA 2202 E-Commerce (proctored course)
BUSA 2203 Principles of Finance 1
BUSA 2204 Personal Finance
BUSA 2207 Multinational Management
BUSA 3303 Entrepreneurship 1 (proctored course)
BUSA 3305 Business Law and Ethics (proctored course)
BUSA 3306 Business and Society (proctored course)
BUSA 4402 Organizational Behavior (proctored course)
BUSA 4403 Business Policy and Strategy (proctored course)
BUSA 4405 Leadership (proctored course)
BUSA 4406 Quality Management


BUS 2204 Personal Finance
BUS 3301 Financial Accounting
BUS 3302 Consumer Behavior
BUS 3304 Managerial Accounting
BUS 4401 Entrepreneurship 2
BUS 4404 Principles of Finance 2
BUS 4407 Strategic Management

Other Electives:  Students pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree may choose additional elective courses beyond those specified in the General Education requirements, and/or select introductory courses in other majors, and/or take additional courses in a student’s major that may not be required for the degree.