BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (BS) IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION - MANAGEMENT

Dr. David Egleston - Department Chair
doecad@rit.edu

 

"RIT & Saunders College of Business is 64th in the U.S."

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

Management is the process of ensuring that an organization or company is able to operate in both the immediate and near future. Managers are charged with making decisions that will impact an organization on every level. These decisions range from hiring a new employee to taking a company public. Management is not an easy field, and good managers are highly sought after.

The management program at RIT Dubai educates students on the many facets of management, while also improving their ability to motivate their peers, communicate with others and lead a team, all of which are essential skills for good managers. The program prepares students for management and specialist careers in a variety of enterprises and organizations. Students develop the skills and concepts needed to become effective leaders, ethical decision makers, and creative innovators.
 
The management curriculum provides both depth and flexibility in its offerings so that students may maximize their educational experience. Management students develop an understanding of business operations through the core business courses offered in all programs at RIT Dubai. These classes provide the foundation for students to develop their abilities as capable managers who are able to make sound decisions, motivate employees, and communicate clearly.
 

POSSIBLE CAREER OPTIONS

Students in our management program graduate with the skills to take on high-level management positions. Some students continue on with their education through our graduate programs while others begin careers in consulting, hospitality administration, marketing, or begin their own ventures. Graduating students are well-rounded, possessing knowledge in areas such as motivation, negotiation, and leadership making them well suited for any industry.

ACCREDITATION

The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration - Management program is accredited by the Ministry of Education – Higher Education Affairs (MOE-HEA) and is licensed by the KHDA. The program is also accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).
 

CURRICULUM

Year One

Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

Fall

MGIS - 101

Computer-based analysis

1

Fall

MGIS - 130

Information Systems and Technology

3

Fall

MGMT - 101

Business 1: Ideas and Business Planning

3

Fall

STAT - 145

LAS Perspective 7A (Mathematical): Introduction to Statistics I

3

Fall

ECON - 101

LAS Perspective 3 (global): Principles of Microeconomics

3

Fall

YOPS - 010

RIT 365: RIT Connections

0

Fall

UWRT - 150

Writing Seminar

3

Spring

ACCT - 110

Financial Accounting

3

Spring

MGMT - 102

Business 2: Business Planning and Professional Development

3

Spring

ECON - 201

Principles of Macroeconomics

3

Spring

STAT - 146

LAS Perspective 7B (mathematical): Introduction to Statistics II

4

Spring

 

LAS Perspective 2 (artistic)

3

Year Two

Fall

ACCT - 210

Management Accounting

3

Fall

FINC - 220

Financial Management I

3

Fall

MGMT - 215

Organizational Behavior

3

Fall

MKTG - 230

Principles of Marketing

3

Fall

 

LAS Perspective 4 (social)

3

Spring

INTB - 225

Global Business Environment

3

Spring

MGMT - 035

Careers in Business

0

Spring

MKTG - 320

Digital Marketing

3

Spring

MATH - 161

Applied Calculus

4

Spring

COMM - 253

Communication

3

Spring

ANTH - 365

Culture and Politics of Middle East

3

Summer

MGMT - 499

Cooperative Education

0

Year Three

Fall

DECS - 310

Operations Management

3

Fall

MGMT - 310

Leading High Performance Teams

3

Fall

 

Management Elective

3

Fall

 

LAS Immersion 1

3

Fall

 

LAS Perspective 6 (scientific principles)

3

Spring

DECS - 350

Project Management

3

Spring

MGMT - 340

LAS Perspective 1 (ethical): Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility

3

Spring

 

LAS Immersion 2

3

Spring

 

LAS Perspective 5 (natural science inquiry)

3

Spring

 

Free Elective

3

Year Four

Fall

MGMT - 550

Real World Business Solutions

3

Fall

 

LAS Electives

6

Fall

 

LAS Immersion 3

3

Fall

 

Free Electives

3

Spring

MGMT - 450

Negotiations and Decision Making

3

Spring

MGMT - 560

Strategic Management

3

Spring

 

LAS Electives

3

Spring

 

LAS Electives

3

Spring

 

Free Electives

3

Total Credits - 123

 
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