California University Of Business And Technology
The University for Professional Individuals to Complete Professional Degrees
BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

OBJECTIVES OF THE PROGRAM - Business administration is the study of basic knowledge and specialized skill to understand business processes and prepare to make valid business decisions.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS - The University considers applications for admission under regular status from individuals who have possessed an Associate in Arts Degree or the equivalent, with a satisfactory scholastic average from accredited schools and/or community colleges.

APPLICANTS FROM NON-ENGLISH SPEAKING COUNTRIES: Each student enrolling in a degree at California University of Business and Technology is required to demonstrate the ability to read and write in standard English; and this applies to domestic and foreign students. Students from non-English speaking countries must submit evidence of English proficiency (see ENGLISH PROFICIENCY REQUIREMENT AND PLACEMENT EXAMINATIONS section of the catalog).

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS PRIOR TO ADMISSION: General Education serves as the first chapter in the lifelong pursuit of learning. It gives a foundation to all academic work at California University of Business and Technology. It provides the essential core of knowledge an educated person is expected to possess and the core of critical skills necessary to use that knowledge effectively: communication, data gathering, analysis, synthesis, evaluation, and aesthetic sensitivity. It helps bridge the individual disciplines and identifies the relationships between them. Finally, General Education prepares students for in-depth study in one or more major fields of interest they select to help them meet their professional and career goals.

Applicants who have not met all of the lower division requirements (see section on Undergraduate Programs) upon application may be accepted pending on the completion of those requirements before graduation. An individual evaluation of accepted transfer credits as well as general education deficiencies will be provided by the university at the time admission is offered.

ADMISSION PROCEDURES -
Applications for admission should be filed as early as possible within the one-month period preceding the desired entrance date, and must be accompanied by a non-refundable $75.00 application fee. Application forms may be obtained from the Admissions Office. Checks or money orders should be made payable to California University of Business and Technology.

The completed application for admission must be forwarded to the admissions office of the university with official evidence of degree completion, or course work equivalents (copy diploma or college transcripts). Those who submit applications without such documents may be enrolled provisionally based on their statements of achievement, but must provide the verifying documents within 90 days of enrollment to gain status as a regular student.

Students from non-English speaking countries must submit evidence of English proficiency (see ENGLISH PROFICIENCY REQUIREMENT AND PLACEMENT EXAMINATIONS section of the catalog).

Transfer credits will not be evaluated until the student has applied for admission and furnished the office of admissions with an official transcript.

Applications for admission will be considered by the Admission Committee in the order received. The applicant will receive prompt written notification of acceptance or rejection of admission.

Instructional materials are mailed to the student when the application is accepted and tuition payment is received. Additional materials are mailed as required to ensure the maintenance of student progress.

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS -
All candidates for bachelor's degree are required to complete a total of 120 semester units (including transfer credits accepted), in which at least 30 units are in general education, and 60 units from core curriculum, and have achieved a minimum CGPA of 2.0. At least 30 units of 120 units must be completed at this University. Upon completion of the required units and the comprehensive proctored examination or special project (BA 495), students are awarded a Bachelor of Business Administration degree.

PROGRAM OF STUDY - Upper division

Junior Year, First Term Units
BA 300 Introduction to Financial Accounting 3
BA 310 Introduction to Managerial Accounting 3
BA 320 Business Law 3
BA 330 Statistics for Business and Economics 3
BA 340 Principles of Computer and Information Systems 3
  15
Junior Year, Second Term  
BA 350 Principles of Macroeconomics 3
BA 360 Principles of Microeconomics 3
BA 370 Business Finance 3
BA 380 Junior Internship 3
BA 390 Topics Course 3
  15
Senior Year, First Term  
BA 400 Business Ethics & Society 3
BA 410 Principles of Management 3
BA 420 Principles of Marketing 3
BA 430 Consumer Behavior 3
BA 440 Small Business Operation 3
  15
Senior Year, Second Term  
BA 450 Financial Analysis & Forecasting 3
BA 460 Cost Accounting 3
BA 470 Strategic management & Policy 3
BA 480 Supervised Internship 3
BA 490 Research and Problem 3
  15

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION

 

BA 300 Introduction to Financial Accounting

This course covers the basics, an introduction to the theory, the methods, and the concerns of corporate financial accounting. In addition, students will learn to adjust and close entries in sole proprietorship accounting.

            Prerequisite: None

BA 310 Introduction to Managerial Accounting

This course covers partnership and corporation equities, budget planning, concepts of managerial accounting. In addition, the student will have an understanding of managerial accounting concepts in relation to specialized accounting entities for managerial planning and decision.

          Prerequisite: None

BA 320 Business Law

This course covers the basics, an introduction to the theory, the methods, and the concerns of business law. In addition, students will learn to adjust and close entries in personal property and bailments, sales, security devices, agency, and employment. Students will also learn corporations and partnerships.

            Prerequisite: None

BA 330 Statistics for business and Economics

This course covers the basics, an introduction to the theory, the methods, and the concerns of statistics for business and economics. In addition, students will learn in analyzing, presenting and interpreting numerical data for business purposes.  Students will also learn to the general application of statistical principles.  

            Prerequisite: None

BA 340 Principles of Computer and Information Systems

The student will have solid foundations around how to use information systems as an adjunct tool to analyze business problems and further will have an understanding of the use of information systems to support end user activities, business operations, and managerial strategic decision making.

This course covers the basics, an introduction and the concerns of Principles of Computer and Information Systems. In addition, students will learn to dealing with organization and characteristics   survey of computers, languages, systems and application including spreadsheet, word processing and database.  Students will also learn how to general introduction to algorithms and programming.

            Prerequisite: None

BA 345 Information Systems Planning

Information needs of business functional areas. Information architectures and information systems planning concepts practices.  Evaluation of computing and information resources. Cost benefit analysis and implementation planning.

            Prerequisite: None

BA 350 principles of Macroeconomics

This course covers the basics, an introduction to the theory, the methods, and the concerns of macroeconomics. In addition, students will learn to survey of macroeconomics principles and their application to current problems. Students will also have an understanding of macroeconomics by showing them how it applies to everyday life.

            Prerequisite: None

BA 360 Principles of Microeconomics

This course covers the basics, an introduction to the theory, the methods, and the concerns of macroeconomics. In addition, students will learn to have an understanding of macroeconomics by showing them how it applies to everyday life. 

Prerequisite: None

BA 370 Business Finance

This course covers the basics, an introduction to the theory, the methods, and the concerns of business finance. In addition, Student will have solid foundations in the area of the basic principles and techniques of financial managements practical applications. Students will also learn Organization, financing, and management of a business organization.  topics covering financial instruments, optimum capitalization mixes, leverage, capital budgeting and cost of capital are developed.

            Prerequisite: None

BA 380 Junior Internship

This course covers the on-site-intern work experience will provide the student practical experience in the operational aspects of specific enterprise settings, and further which will help to develop career goals and decide which career is most appropriate for him/her.

             Prerequisite: None

BA 385 Database Management

Data and information requirements analysis, information modeling and conceptual database design.  Database management system components, functions, and model, and database implementation and updating.

             Prerequisite: None

BA 390 Topics Course

This course covers an understanding of how to conduct business research (e.g. marketing research for the prospective business decision-maker to effectively manage a business with success.        

Prerequisite: junior standing

BA 395 Microcomputer Application Development

Business program design and development at a professional level.  Individual programs in business, graphic, and artificial intelligence applications.

            Prerequisite: None

BA 400 Business Ethics and Society

This course covers the basis, an introduction to the theory, the methods, and the concerns of ethics and society. In addition, Student will have an opportunity to look at the major social issues facing management today and certain business ethics in operational aspects of business.

            Prerequisite: None

BA 410 Principles of Management

This course covers the basis, an introduction to the theory, the methods, and the concerns of management. In addition, student will have solid foundations in the field of management with emphasis on social responsibility, ethics, planning premises, electronic media,    POM. Student will also learn international management.

          Prerequisite: None

BA 420 Principles of Marketing

This course covers the basis, an introduction to the theory,   the methods, and the concerns of marketing. In addition, student will have a basic knowledge of the marketing system. Student will also knowledge of applications.

            Prerequisite: None

BA 430 Consumer Behavior

This course covers the basis, an introduction to the theory, the methods, and the concerns of consumer behavior. In addition, student will have basic tools necessary to analyze consumers and develop more effective marketing strategies.      

            Prerequisite: None                                                                 

BA 440 Small Business Operation

This course covers the basis, an introduction to the theory, the methods, and the concerns of consumer small business operation. In addition, the student will have the basic skills needed to manage a small business with success.

            Prerequisite: None

BA 445 Business Systems Analysis

In-depth analysis of information systems applications Supporting a broad spectrum of business functions.  Integrated application systems and strategic information systems.

            Prerequisite: None

BA 450 Financial Analysis and Forecasting

This course covers the basis, an introduction to the theory, the methods, and the concerns of financial analysis and forecasting. In addition, student will have the analytical tools to understand why the financial marketplace behaves as it does and how to make financial decisions based on available information.

            Prerequisite: None

BA 460 Cost Accounting

This course covers the basis, an introduction to the theory, the methods, and the concerns of cost accounting. In addition, student will have a strong background in cost accounting concepts and procedures. Student will also have an opportunity to grasp the concepts of managerial accounting.

          Prerequisite: None

BA 465 Network Management

Administration and tuning telecommunications network. Analysis of network components, traffic, security and                failure in the network study of regularly and legal issues in the field.

          Prerequisite: None    

BA 470 Strategic Management and Policy

This course covers the basis, an introduction to the theory, the methods, and the concerns of strategic management and policy. In addition, student will have a broad understanding of the importance and complexity of strategic decisions as they impact business operation, and furthermore will be able to develop a capability to make plausible assumptions and to apply analysis techniques to test overall soundness of the assumptions and strategies, and to relate a business strategy to the mission of a company.

            Prerequisite: None

BA 480 Supervised Internship

This course covers the on-site-intern work experience will provide the student practical experience in the operational aspects of specific enterprise settings, and further will help to develop career goals and        decide which career is most appropriate for him/her.

 Prerequisite: Upper Division Standing

BA 490 Research and Problems

This course covers the research methodology to conceptualize an appropriate topic in the area of interested subject for further research and analysis, and furthermore to know how to write an acceptable report. Student will also presentation.

            Prerequisite: Upper Division Standing

For specific details regarding the program, please refer to the CUBT Catalog.

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