Bachelor in Business Management

OVERVIEW

Bachelor’s degree programs in business management provide students with the leadership and strategic management skills needed to be a successful leader within a business, non-profit or governmental organizations. Graduates easily utilize their developed analytical, planning, and management tools when navigating the global business environment.

Admission Requirements
Tunisian or French Baccalaureate or an aquivalent degree; Admission tests administered by APBS.

Skills Acquired
Through a business management program, students gain an understanding of how to manage organizations with regards to cultural and policy issues, technology and social systems.

Professional perspectives
The bachelor’s degree in business management is an interdisciplinary program that stresses the application of management research to real-world situations. Students examine business issues ranging from economics to employee management. This program prepares participants to take a leading role in team development or projects in an organization.

Further Studies
Bachelor’s holders are prepared to enter the workforce or continue their education through a Master of Business Administration (MBA) program. Students may enter an MBA program to specialize in areas such as finance, marketing or international business. Individuals may also go into a Ph.D. program in business in order to prepare for a career in research or education.

BUSINESS CORE FOUNDATION COURSES

Semester 1

– Management principles I
– Financial Accounting I
– Introduction to Law
– Microeconomics
– Mathematics I: Analysis
– Lectures and readings
– Introduction to economic affairs
– C2I
– English

Semester 2

– Management principles II
– Financial Accounting II
– Macroeconomics
– Descriptive statistics and probability
– Mathematics II: Algebra
– Lectures and readings
– Applied macroeconomics
– C2I
– English

Semester 3

– Finance
– Production Management
– Management & Leadership
– Marketing
– Inferential Statistics
– Financial statement preparation
– Financial mathematics
– Information technologies
– English

Semester 4

  • Managerial Accounting
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Human ressource management
  • Business law
  • Business economics
  • Company law
  • Monetary economics
  • Communication techniques
  • English

MAJOR COURSES

Semester 5

– Management control
– Theory of Organizations
– Innovation management
– Project management: foundation technologies
– Scientific methods in management
– Labor law
– Data Analysis applied to Management
– Professional presentations
– English

Semester 6

– Strategic management
– Operational research
– Quality management & Certification
– Information systems and technology
– Business Games
– Financial decisions
– International management
– Oral communication in public
– English
  • Thesis