Year-by-Year Breakdown

The courses identified as core must be taken in the year indicated.  Students must select one elective each year as indicated. For the Honors Program (US 4-year bachelor degree)* students must enroll in year 4 and select 6 electives.

Course Number Course Name Core or Elective?
Year 1
BUS101 Introduction to Business Core
FIN101 Introduction to Finance Core
MGT101 Introduction to Management Core
ECO101 Introduction to Economics Core
COM101 Communication Skills Core
COM102 Business Writing (Part 1) Elective
COM103 Business Writing (Part 2) Elective
FLA101 Foreign Language 1 Elective
HUM101 Human Relations Elective
PSY101 Perceptual Psychology in Business Elective
MKT101 Introduction to Marketing Elective
Year 2
Introduction to Statistics Core
MGT201 International Management Core
BUS211 Business Law Core
MKT201 International Marketing Core
COM201 Cross-Cultural Communication Elective
BUS 201 International Business Elective
MGT202 Leadership: Theory and Practice Elective
BUS202 Decision Making Elective
FLA201 Foreign Language 2 Elective
HRM201 Human Resources Management Elective
Year 3
EMK301 Internet Marketing Elective
ETH304 Business Ethics Core
ACC301 Corporate Accounting Core
COM302 Virtual Communication Core
CAP300 Capstone Project Core
MGT302 Globalization Core
MGT301 Intercultural Management Core
BUS301 Business Problem-Solving Elective
COM301 Conflict Resolution Elective
BUS302 Case Studies in International Business Elective
FLA301 Foreign Language 3 Elective
OWC301 Organization of World Consumption Elective
Year 4 (Honors program*)
Elective at choice** Elective
Elective at choice** Elective
Elective at choice** Elective
Elective at choice** Elective
Elective at choice** Elective
Elective at choice** Elective

*The US Accreditation requires additional units in order to complete the BBA program, bringing the total to 240 credits.

** The electives that students choose in their fourth year can be any elective, as long as it does not require a precedent course (for example Finance II requires Finance I as a precedent).