Bachelor of Business Administration specialization in International Business Management
The BBA provide students with:
• In-depth knowledge and skills in business administration, with emphasis on the chosen major;.
• A capability to think and analyze problems;
• An ability to use English effectively in an international business environment.
In additions, the BBA seeks to fill the ever-growing demand for skilled and trained international business people and be a valuable bridge to graduate study.
Bachelor of Business Administration in Tourism Management
Students will graduate with international perspectives in tourism management, along with knowledge in business, tourism and hospitality. Students will also become proficient in English and other foreign languages. Through intensive practical trainings, graduates will be ready to embark on various career opportunities, especially entrepreneurship in tourism and hospitality industry including executive in organizations and businesses related to international tourism and hospitalities.
All courses in the Bachelor of Accountancy (B.Acc.) Program are taught in English by our internationally accredited faculty. This program effectively transfers knowledge to our students through proven teaching methods. The program provides a wide range of major elective courses. Futhermore, due to a close relationship with the Thai Chamber of Commerce, suitable student internship placement is guaranteed. Here, students learn to apply classroom theory to real business situations. As a consequence, students in this program become versatile and fully prepared or entrance into international business in a dramatically changing world.
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