Bachelor of Business Administration
The mission of the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree is to provide students with a broad foundation covering the major functional areas in business: accounting and finance, management, marketing, and operations and by developing skills and knowledge that can be applied to problem solving across these areas in any business, industry, organization, or government agency context.
Students will be ready for the changes in the global business market by gaining a clear understanding of how the business world operates and what makes an international corporation successful.
Graduates of the Bachelor of Business Administration can:
- Analyze the financial health of businesses through financial statements and applicable quantitative and qualitative tools/methodologies.
- Apply management principles in ways that optimize organizational resources and respond to the impact of change on business sustainability.
- Develop a business plan that considers implementation issues, including the financial, legal, operational, and administrative procedures involved in new business ventures.
- Conduct assessments of business problems and opportunities that result in recommendations for courses of action.
To receive a Bachelor of Business Administration, students must earn 120 US / 240 ECTS semester credit hours that are equal to 40 courses—including a capstone project. All UBIS baccalaureate programs have 42 credits (14 courses) of general education that include requirements of English, math, social sciences and economics, science, and the humanities. All courses are worth 3 US / 6 ECTS credits.
Bachelor of Arts in International Relations
As technology progresses and global economies become more interdependent, the world becomes smaller. Individuals interested in entering the global marketplace can benefit from a degree in International Relations. The Bachelor of Arts in International Relations (BAIR) program educates students in both international relations and international business.
Graduates will be knowledgeable in the fields of public, multilateral, and international affairs, with the ability to manage an office, prepare budgets, make decisions based on financial indicators, and oversee projects from start to finish effectively and efficiently.
Graduates of the Bachelor of Arts in International Relations can:
- Distinguish the political, economic, and social theories, methods, and historical patterns of international relations applied to contemporary issues and individuals within the world system.
- Explain the process and implications of interdependence among individuals, groups, and regions in the context of globalization.
- Analyze conflict within international systems to the institutions of international law, diplomacy, and world order, including prospects for sustainable peace.
- Assess the uniqueness of international organizations and other individuals within the international system.
- Evaluate the multidimensional effects of globalization and integration in sustainable economic development.
To receive a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations, students must earn 120 US / 240 ECTS semester credit hours that are equal to 40 courses—including a capstone project. All UBIS baccalaureate programs have 42 credits (14 courses) of general education that include requirements of English, math, social sciences and economics, science, and the humanities. All courses are worth 3 US / 6 ECTS credits.
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Bachelor degree: 4 years (full time)
Course tuition (courses only):
Blended: 54,000 CHF
Online: 39,000 CHF
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Transfer your credits
UBIS welcomes students who wish to continue their studies by transferring to the university. UBIS has three 16-week semesters per year and offers students 9 entry dates per year-more flexibility in starting your studies.
Acceptance of transfer credit is always a decision of receiving institutions. UBIS does not guarantee transferability. Any student interested in transferring UBIS credit to another university should check directly with the receiving institution.