Fees Update: There is $250 testing/assessment fee for  Domestic & International Students.


Business Administration Program Outline (Approved by PTIB)

Brief Program Description

The purpose of this program is to provide an opportunity to acquire the required knowledge and skills to perform a job at the beginning level positions in the field of Business Administration.
Career Opportunities Entry level positions in the field of business administration/management.


High school certificate (12th grade pass) or mature student status. Interview by admissions officer/campus director or pass an admission test. 19 years of age.
Program Duration 12 months
Delivery Methods Distance, In Class Delivery and Combined
Instructional Methods Classroom (Instructor-led learning activities followed by guided self-study and project/review/tutorial)


•       Discuss primary management functions such as planning, organizing, staffing, leading & controlling.

•       Explore basics of microeconomics

•       Explain various roles in Human Resource Management.

•       Explore principles of marketing.

•       Apply various concepts of organizational behavior.

•       Formulate simple business strategies

•       Use basic accounting principles for day to day accounting & book keeping needs of a business.

•       Explore the financial environment and the tools used by the finance professionals.

•       Use a personal computer for computing needs of a business.

Distance, Blended Learning In order to complete the program, students must have the following:

•       Laptop.

•       Zoom application & Edmodo installed.

•       Internet connection (Ethernet/WIFI)

•       Microphone, headset & webcam


Student Progress/

Assessment Methods

Method of Evaluation:

Assignments =

Quizzes = 20%
Midterm Exam = 30%
Final Exam =

Passing Mark Over all 60%



Attendance Expectations 85%
Credits to Complete 30
Credential Outcome Diploma




List of Courses



Course Title Hours Credits
WM412 Management Principles and Practices 80 3
ME401 Foundations of Microeconomics 80 3
HR401 Introduction to Human Resource Management 80 3
WM403 Organizational Behavior and Management 80 3
WM406 Fundamentals of Business Strategy 80 3
WM401 Fundamental Accounting Principles 80 3
WM431 Introduction to Finance 80 3
WM409 Principles of Marketing 80 3
WM302 Business Communication 80 3
WM301 Computer Basics for Managers 80 3
Total : 800 30