The School of Management Studies is designed to attract students by providing an excellent curriculum and personally stimulating environment. Distinguished teachers teach the courses to enhance and facilitate academic and personal growth; exploration of ideas allows students to be more competitive in the job market and be responsible members of society.
School of Management Studies offers:-
Bachelor of Science in business administration (honors)
Our bachelor’s degree in business administration is designed to help students compete by building a comprehensive knowledge base. This major will help you prepare for a variety of positions in private and public-sector organizations. The business Administration program will give you the core business knowledge to successfully lead teams, manage projects, and improve processes, finance, human resource management, and leadership.
Our students will learn to:
- Design and create management and leadership plans
- Plan and communicate and drive strategy, assist with decision making, and position the organization competitively and shared institutions vision.
- Evaluate qualitative and quantitative data
- Communicate effectively across all levels of an organization and implement policies and procedures to reduce cost and organizational risk, and promote ethical practices
- Design and Manage human resources and encouraging team building to enhance job performance and leadership skills.
Bachelor of Science in Accounting (Honors)
This program presents practical accounting procedures for the private and public sectors. It covers accounting information principles concerning financial reporting, cost and managerial accounting, and preparation of accounting information and methods of analysis and interpretation of accounting information and demonstrates how decision-makers use accounting information for reporting purposes.
It also introduces the computer in solving accounting problems, presents the accounting cycle and financial statement preparation in a computerized system, and stresses differences between accounting principles of for-profit and not-for-profit organizations.
The program covers accounting principles and theory, including a review of the accounting cycle and various accounting approaches, and demonstrates these approaches’ effect on the financial statement users.
It develops the skills necessary to prepare financial statements for complex business organizations, consolidated financial statements focusing on business combinations, multinational corporations, and accounting for partnerships.
The program studies cost accounting methods, process and standard cost accounting systems, and auditing techniques to investigate, interpret, and appraising accounting records and assertions, internal control design and evaluation, evidence-gathering techniques, and other topics.
The total credit is 163 hours.
Through our courses, students will be able to:
- Communicate with financial institutions to make appropriate financial decisions
- Prepare, analyze, and review financial and business data by applying accounting and business management principles to produce financial and business reports
- Use current technology efficiently and analytical tools to work collaboratively and facilitate decision making
- Identify, test, and validate processes, accounting systems, and financial data
- Develop, and demonstrate ethical accounting practices by addressing current and emerging issues.
- Deduct fraud and deterrence planning, analysis, and communications
- Conduct auditing and financial reporting, and conduct disclosure analysis to manage finances for government and private sectors.
Bachelor of Science in Finance (Honors)
The Bachelor of Science in finance program at Sub-Saharan University College will help our students to apply finance theory to real-world situations. Our program combines the principles of business, economics, and accounting with a focus on the details of finance and financial management.
Through your coursework, you will learn how to
- Gather data, prepare, analyze, and interpret financial information by applying appropriate technology tools to solve business problems
- Apply the learned theories to make business decisions and real life
- Study basic principles of security markets and analyze the impact of monetary systems’ on planning, forecasting, and making financial decisions
- Communicate effectively and efficiently to achieve organizational goals effectively and ethically
- Research, collect, synthesize, and interpret.
- Identify, develop, and implement business opportunities and relationships for financial products and services in the private and public sectors.