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BACHELORS

Business Administration (Finance and Economics)

University of Nicosia
Nicosia, Cyprus
Full-time
€8,880.00/year
 1243 Points
Duration
4 Years
Language
English

Program Description

The bachelor program in Business Administration with concentration in Finance and Economics aims to provide a solid background in all areas of Business Administration and more specialized knowledge in Finance and Economics. In line with the University of Nicosia’s philosophy of providing comprehensive general education and specialized knowledge and skills, the program offers students the opportunity to combine learning in a wide range of academic disciplines with business-related areas and to develop their critical thinking, communication and creativity skills.

It aims to develop students individually and academically and to prepare them to work ethically in a changing multicultural environment. The variety and range of courses offered, as well as the culture of open discussion that characterizes the university contribute to the comprehensive education of the students.

First and second year courses offered also in Greek.

Entry Requirements

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Education
High School Diploma (or equivalent)
15
English Level
IELTS
6
or
TOEFL (internet based)
80
or
Cambridge Proficiency (CPE)
C
or
Cambridge Advanced (CAE)
B
or
A levels
C
or
TOEFL (paper based)
525
Notes:

Information about admission:

  • The minimum admission requirement to an undergraduate programme of study is a recognized High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) or equivalent internationally recognized qualification(s) and mark sheet. Students with a lower HSLC grade than 7.5/10 or 15/20 or equivalent depending on the grading system of the country issuing the HSLC are provided with extra academic guidance and monitoring during the first year of their studies.

Other English qualifications and information:

  • Students who do not possess any of the English qualifications or stipulated grades listed above and below and hold IELTS with 4.5 and above, are required to take UNIC’s NEPTON English Placement Test (with no charge) and will receive English Language support classes, if and as needed, from UNIC’s International Gateway Centre (IGC).
  • Computer-based TOEFL – 193 and above
  • Michigan Examination of Proficiency in English (CaMLA) – Pass
  • Pearson PTE General – Level 3 and above
  • KPG (The Greek Foreign Language Examinations for the State Certificate of Language Proficiency) – Level B2 and above
  • Anglia – Level B2 and above
  • IEB Advances Programme English – Pass

Objective of the Program

More specifically, the general objectives of the program are to:

  • Develop expertise in key areas of Business Administration including Management, Entrepreneurship, Strategy, Accounting, Marketing and Information Systems.
  • Highlight the changing nature of business and the importance of understanding the global business environment.
  • Provide understanding of the ethical issues arising from business decisions and the importance of making reasoned decisions, recognizing the complexity and diversity of the environment.
  • Develop leadership negotiation, communication and English language skills.
  • Provide basic knowledge of Mathematics, Statistics, Research Methods and Information Technology.
  • Offer the option of choosing diverse courses from other fields that interest students.
  • Develop critical thinking and problem solving skills.
  • Improve research, writing and presentation skills.

The concentration in Finance and Economics aims to provide specialization in the area of Finance and Economics. The concentration’s main objectives are the following:

  • Provide an in-depth understanding in Economics (Microeconomics and Macroeconomics, European Economics, Managerial Economics, Money and Banking).
  • Provide expertise in Finance (Corporate Finance, International Financial Management, Financial Analysis and Financial Markets).
  • Develop the skills needed to select appropriate quantitative techniques to be used in the solution of problems in Economics and Finance.
  • Relate the theories discussed in class with ‘real life’ scenarios and cases in Finance and Economics.
  • Develop students’ abilities to think critically about world issues in Finance and Economics.
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Curriculum

Modules

Accounting I

Accounting II

Managerial Accounting

Business Law

Business Law II

Organizational Behavior

Research Methods in Business

Senior Simulation in Business

Strategy and Business Policy

Final Year Project

Information Systems Project

Principles of Microeconomics

Principles of Macroeconomics

Managerial Finance

Operations Management

Introduction to Management

Marketing

Intermediate Financial Accounting

Intermediate Microeconomics

Intermediate Macroeconomics

Money and Banking

Mathematics for Economics and Business

Managerial Economics

European Economics

Applied Econometrics

Personal Finance

Corporate Finance

Financial Management

International Financial Management

Financial Analysis

Options and Futures Markets

Task-Based Internship

Special Topics in Business

Business Communications

Technical Writing and Research

College English

Business and Professional Communication

Basic Writing

English Composition

Microcomputer Applications

Computer Fundamentals

Information Systems Concepts

Quantitative Methods

Intermediate Algebra

Finite Maths with Applied Calculus

Statistics I

Statistics II

Cultural Anthropology

Introduction to Visual Arts

Greek Art

Business Ethics

Western World Literature and Composition

Society and Environment

Modern European History and Politics

World History to 1500

Modern Cypriot History and Politics

The US and World History Since 1945

Music Appreciation

Fundamentals of Music

Introduction to Philosophy

American National Government

General Psychology I

General Psychology II

Social Psychology

Principles of Sociology

University Experience

Careers

Graduates can work in any area related to Business Administration such as:

  • General Management
  • Banking
  • Sales
  • Business Consulting
  • Financial Analysis
  • Meeting
  • Convention and Event Planning
  • a career more related to Finance and Economics

Of course graduates may choose to set up and manage their own business.

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