Bachelor of Science in International Business

Introduction

The Bachelor of Science in International Business (BSIB) programme provides knowledge and skills required to manage international and global business affairs. The programme intends to develop students with skills and competencies necessary to understand the dynamics of the international dimension of economics, banking and finance, and marketing. The programme also endeavors to prepare the students to obtain potentials leading to management positions and employability in general.

Programme Educational Objectives

Expertise

Possess the relevant knowledge, skills, and entrepreneurial mindset to respond proactively and creatively to contemporary business issues and challenges of the global business environment.

Engage

Engage and succeed in international business careers through a range of intellectual, professional attributes and transferable skills such as commercial acumen, research, teamwork, ethical behavior, proactive involvement, and effective communication.

Equip

Equip with the knowledge, understanding and academic skills to pursue post- graduate study and/or professional development.

Programme Intended Learning Outcomes

Critical knowledge

Demonstrate critical knowledge and understanding of the characteristics, functions, processes of business organizations, management of risks, and economies in the global contexts.

Business models adaptation

Critically relate and adapt business related theories, models, concepts, and approaches to address complex business problems and changing nature of business at national and global level.

In-depth business solutions

Use a broad range of approaches to provide in-depth business solutions related to domestic and international business operations and strategy, cross culture management, public policy domains and ethical standards.

Critical analysis

Critically analyze and evaluate the contemporary organizations, their practices, and the major business issues to make and communicate effective decisions.

Creative business solutions

Formulate creative business solutions to business problems or opportunities using latest thinking, theories, and frameworks in best business practices.

Effective management

Use technology, investigative methods, quantitative skills, analytical tools, and specialized application in a manner that contributes to the effective management and execution of a range of tasks.

Proper communication

Communicate using appropriate style and presentation about the specialized topics related to international business for the intended audience.

Solution development

Manage and lead diverse groups in developing solutions to complex problems and issues.

Degree Facts

  1. Students will gain a wide range of transferable skills relevant to employability and personal development.
  2. The duration of the programme is three (3) years and 1 trimester.
  3. The medium of instruction in all courses is English.
  4. The number of credits required to graduate is 180 units.

Careers Opportunities

The graduates of the BSIB programme can pursue a career as financial analyst, sales manager, stock broker, international trader, product manager, management analyst/consultant, economist, business development manager, Foreign Service officer, trade specialist, finance controller, import/export coordinator, marketing manager, public relations specialist, advertising executive, human resources manager, or entrepreneur. In addition, the programme can lead graduates for postgraduate degrees in business such as MBA or MSc in Business Management.

Fee Structure:

Application Free

BHD 25.000 (non-refundable, payable one time)

(non-refundable, payable one time)
Registration Fee

BHD 50.000 (non-refundable, payable every term)

(non-refundable, payable every term)
Technology Fee

BHD 30.000 (non-refundable, payable per term)

(non-refundable, payable per term)
Tuition Fee

BHD 51.500 PER CREDIT UNIT

Graduation Fee

BHD 150.000 (non-refundable, payable one time)

(non-refundable, payable one time)

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