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1 2016 Bachel of Arts Communication Economics International Trade Psychology Sociology Bachel of Science (Business Administration) Double Degree Bachel of Science (Business Administration) and Bachel of Arts (Economics) Bachel of Science (Business Administration) and Bachel of Arts (International Trade) Bachel of Science (Business Administration) and Bachel of Arts (Psychology) Double Maj - Bachel of Arts Communication and Psychology Economics and Psychology Psychology and Sociology Communication and Sociology International Trade and Psychology Russell Chander Graduate, Class of 2013 Bachel of Arts (Communication and Psychology) University at Buffalo, The State University of New Yk, U.S. The programs are developed and awarded by University at Buffalo, The State University of New Yk, U.S.

2 In an economy which places a premium on iginal thought, cross-disciplinary knowledge and high adaptability, an undergraduate degree has become me than just amassing skills and infmation it is a platfm to jumpstart an individual s potential f innovative thinking, leadership and synergistic communication. An undergraduate program by the University at Buffalo (UB) promises all that and me. In just three years at the Singape Institute of Management Pte Ltd (SIM), you can emerge with a highly reputed U.S. degree, ready to make your mark in the global wkfce. Contents University at Buffalo, The State University of New Yk 01 UB Undergraduate Degrees Your Passpt to the Future 03 Academic Requirements 04 General Education Requirements 06 Mins f Non-Business Majs 07 Bachel of Arts (Communication) 08 Bachel of Arts (Economics) 09 Bachel of Arts (International Trade) 10 Bachel of Arts (Psychology) 11 Bachel of Arts (Sociology) 12 Bachel of Science (Business Administration) 13 Double Degree Bachel of Science (Business Administration) 14 and Bachel of Arts (Economics) Bachel of Science (Business Administration) 15 and Bachel of Arts (International Trade) Bachel of Science (Business Administration) 17 and Bachel of Arts (Psychology) Double Maj Bachel of Arts (Communication and Psychology) 19 Bachel of Arts (Communication and Sociology) 21 Bachel of Arts (Economics and Psychology) 22 Bachel of Arts (International Trade and Psychology) 23 Bachel of Arts (Psychology and Sociology) 24 Module Descriptions 25 Selection Criteria 30 Application & Admission 33 Singape Institute of Management (SIM Group) 35 SIM Student Life 36 VIBES - Why Study At SIM Global Education 37

3 University at Buffalo The State University of New Yk Founded in 1846, the University at Buffalo (UB), The State University of New Yk (SUNY) is one of the leading public universities in the U.S. Within the 64-campus SUNY system, UB is the flagship campus. As the largest and most comprehensive university center, UB offers me than 300 undergraduate and graduate programs the most in any SUNY campus and has an enrollment of me than 29,000 students. Notably, UB is the first public member in New Yk and New England of the prestigious 61-member Association of American Universities (AAU). UB is ranked among the top 50 U.S. public and private research universities accding to an authitative 2010 rept published by Arizona State University. The university is ranked among the top 30 U.S. public research universities in terms of total research dollars, with total research expenditures of nearly US$350 million. UB campus, Buffalo UB is reputed f its outstanding faculty. Among its approximately 4,000 full-time and affiliated faculty, 95 percent hold a doctate equivalent. UB faculty have been the recipients of numerous prestigious national and international awards including the Nobel Prize, the National Medal of Science and the Pulitzer as well as MacArthur, Guggenheim and Rockefeller Foundation grants. Along with these accomplishments, UB faculty are at home in the classroom. SUNY has recognized me distinguished professs and distinguished teaching professs at UB than at any other SUNY unit. Me than 150 of UB s faculty have received the Chancell s Award f Excellence in Teaching--again, the largest representation of any unit in the SUNY system. UB is ranked among the top 50 U.S. public and private research universities accding to an authitative 2010 rept published by the Arizona State University. The university ranks among the top 30 U.S. public research universities in terms of total research dollars, with total research expenditures of me than $350 million (U.S.) in fiscal year The first cancer research center in the wld was established at UB in Today there are me than 90 ganized research centers and institutes at UB, including the Center f Computational Research; the Great Lakes Program; the Regional Institute; the National Center f Geographic Infmation and Analysis; the Institute f Lasers, Photonics and Biophotonics; the Electronic Poetry Center; the Multidisciplinary Center f Earthquake Engineering Research; the Center of Excellence f Document Analysis and Recognition; and the New Yk Center of Excellence in Bioinfmatics and Life Sciences. UB also has numerous joint research partnerships with Roswell Park Cancer Institute and Hauptman-Woodward Medical Research Institute. In terms of international education, UB is a model institution, ranking No.17* among all institutions hosting international students in the U.S. It enrolls me than 6,000 international students from me than 110 countries. Among its 230,000 strong alumni in 130 countries are such luminaries as: Li Yanhong (Robin) - co-founder of Baidu.com. largest Chinese search engine and secondlargest independent search engine in the wld Harvey Weinstein - co-founder of Miramax Films Wolf Blitzer - an award-winning journalist f CNN Tom Toles - the Pulitzer Prize-Winning cartoonist at the Washington Post * Open Dos 2014 rept published by the Institute of International Education (IIE). UB campus, Buffalo 01

4 Milestones Now in their second decade, our highly successful collabative undergraduate programs with SIM have demonstrated value f all our stakeholders - our students, faculty, alumni and their employers. We are proud of our longstanding partnership with SIM, the outstanding quality of the programs we deliver together, and the remarkable success of our alumni. Our programs remain the standard bearer f a first-rate, fully accredited American undergraduate education in Singape. Profess Stephen C Dunnett Vice Provost f International Education University at Buffalo March 1996 Established the first U.S.-accredited Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) program in Singape in partnership with the UB School of Management. June 2004 Start of SIM s first full-time American undergraduate degree program with UB s School of Management - Bachel of Science (Business Administration) with concentrations in International Business and Marketing. May 2005 First intake of the Bachel of Arts (Communication) with UB s College of Arts and Sciences. Collabation with UB and Konan University, Japan to offer the six week Singape Summer Asian Business Program. May 2006 A new concentration in Financial Analysis was made available in the Bachel of Science (Business Administration) program. May 2007 First intake of the Bachel of Arts (Psychology) with UB s College of Arts and Sciences. Introduction of the Double Degree - Bachel of Science (Business Administration) and Bachel of Arts (Psychology). Introduction of the Double Maj - Bachel of Arts (Communication and Psychology). May 2009 First intake of the Bachel of Arts (Sociology) with UB s College of Arts and Sciences. May 2011 First intake of the Bachel of Arts (Economics) with UB s College of Arts and Sciences. Introduction of the Double Maj - Bachel of Arts (Communication and Sociology). Introduction of the Double Maj - Bachel of Arts (Psychology and Sociology). January 2013 Introduction of the Bachel of Arts (International Trade) with UB s College of Arts and Sciences. Introduction of the Double Degree - Bachel of Science (Business Administration) and Bachel of Arts (Economics). Introduction of the Double Degree - Bachel of Science (Business Administration) and Bachel of Arts (International Trade). Introduction of the Double Maj - Bachel of Arts (Economics and Psychology). Introduction of the Double Maj - Bachel of Arts (International Trade and Psychology). July 2014 SIM-UB celebrates 10 years of collabation Accreditations UB is accredited by the following associations: Middle States Commission on Higher Education New Yk State Board of Regents In addition, the School of Management is accredited by AACSB International The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Membership UB is a member of the following associations: Association of American Universities American Council on Education Association of American Colleges and Universities Association of Colleges and Universities of the State of New Yk Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities 02

5 UB Undergraduate Degrees - Your Passpt to the Future Students such as myself who have undergone the SIM GE experience are able to leverage on both SIM GE and UB platfms to secure enriching cultural, academic, wkplace experiences that add crucial experience to any jobseeker s profile. Over the summer of 2013, I interned at the US Embassy in Singape as a public policy intern, during which I even had an opptunity to witness an address by the vice-president of the United States! (2014) Andrew Yeo Graduate, Class of 2013 Bachel of Arts (Sociology) Graduate (MSc Social Policy and Planning), London School of Economics and Political Science Secure a Prestigious U.S. Degree A U.S. degree is widely considered to be superi in today s economy. With a focus on general education, you will learn a broad spectrum of skills and knowledge pertinent to the real wld, as well as be exposed to a wide range of real issues at the modern wkplace. In terms of international enrollment, UB ranks 17th among the leading universities in the U.S. The hallmark of UB undergraduate programs is the concept of the interactive classroom, with project-iented assignments and meaningful hands-on learning. Flexibility is also key, with a choice in degree majs and concentrations. Accelerate Your Learning Path Time is precious and the quicker you graduate with a reputed degree, the faster you can enter the cpate wld and hit the ground running. UB allows you to complete your degree in an accelerated mode of only three years, as compared to four years f most other U.S. undergraduate programs. Get Me f Less Getting a wld-class degree doesn t have to immerse you in debt. The UB undergraduate programs offered at SIM are identical in curriculum, standards and degree recognition to those in the U.S., but cost lesser than the equivalent programs in the U.S. Highly Qualified Faculty UB is renowned f its exemplary faculty, many of whom are recipients of esteemed national and international awards. Within SUNY, me than 150 of UB s faculty have received the Chancell s Award f Excellence in Teaching. UB faculty publish in leading academic and professional journals in recd numbers. Their research and expertise has been the basis f articles in The Wall Street Journal, The New Yk Times, Money, BusinessWeek, Ftune and other national and international publications. Me than 50 percent of the undergraduate courses are taught by UB faculty. All other faculty members have to undergo approval by academic departments at UB befe they are able to take up teaching positions f the UB undergraduate programs. This ensures that you will only learn from and interact with the best in the field. Excellent Rankings When you pursue a UB undergraduate program, you can be assured of a top-quality education that has enjoyed consistently high rankings among programs in the U.S. UB is ranked among the top 120 national universities by U.S. News and Wld Rept in

6 Academic Requirements Duration All programs are offered full-time. The academic year is divided into three semesters. Each semester is typically 12 to 15 weeks in length. Admission Spring 2016 Summer 2016 Fall 2016 Degree (9 semesters, 3 years) January 25, 2016 to January 24, 2019 May 30, 2016 to May 29, 2019 August 29, 2016 to August 28, 2019 Double Degree / Double Maj (12 semesters, 4 years) January 25, 2016 to January 24, 2020 May 30, 2016 to May 29, 2020 August 29, 2016 to August 28, 2020 Candidature Period The maximum allowed period f a student to complete a single degree program would be 6 years and a double maj double degree program would be 8 years. If a student fails to complete the course within the candidature period, they will not be entitled to any recourse refund. Mode of Delivery Lectures, discussions, presentations, activities and consultations. Each lesson is three hours. Assessment Continuous assessment comprises tests, quizzes, assignments, projects, presentations, participations and activities which are scheduled throughout the semester. The final examination is held during the two weeks after the semester ends. The detailed assessment schedules can be found in the individual course syllabi accessible by the students via the Students Ptal UBLearns once they are in the program. Teaching Faculty To ensure parity in standards, rigs of the program, integrity of the UB degree, and to comply with U.S. accreditation requirements, me than 50% of the modules are taught by UB faculty and the remaining modules will be taught by qualified local faculty who must be approved by UB. Average teacher-student ratio = 1:16. Minimum Number of Credits Candidates f bachel s degrees must complete a minimum of 120 credits. One credit equals 12.5 contact hours of classroom study. Minimum Number of Students Required f Class Commencement F a class to commence, there must be minimum of 25 students. In the event that the class cannot commence due to low take up rate, the students will be infmed at least one month pri to class commencement. Minimum Academic Average To graduate from a UB undergraduate program, students must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0, both overall and at UB. In the computation of the overall average, all attempted coursewk at UB will be used, including transfer credit. In computing a student s average f wk completed at another accredited institution, GPAs will be computed in accdance with UB s grading policies (e.g. all attempted hours, including F s, will be used to determine the GPA). Students cannot graduate with an incomplete I grade on their recd. Maj Requirement To qualify f an undergraduate degree, matriculated students must be enrolled in a degree program and satisfactily complete the requirements of their fields of study, as well as those of the university. This include all maj requirements and general education requirements. Academic Progress The nmal load f students is 12 to 15 credits per semester. Students may register f modules and make changes to their class schedule. Students who choose to drop resign from any module, are on official leave of absence have to repeat any failed module, may take me than the nmal program duration to complete their studies. Students are allowed to progress through each semester till they satisfactily complete the graduation requirements. Attendance Requirements SIM requires all students (both local and international) to attend all scheduled lessons and activities unless they have valid reasons suppted by document such as medical certificates. Under this policy, all full-time local students are required to attain a minimum attendance rate as stipulated by UB 75%, whichever is higher. F all international students, the minimum attendance requirement is 90% as mandated by the Immigration and Checkpoints Authity of Singape (ICA). Double Degrees The double degree is the concurrent awarding of two different baccalaureate degree types (BA and BS). Students pursuing two majs in two different degree types are expected to have the full range of skills, competencies, and experience as students graduating from each of the programs individually. Thus, students must meet all requirements f each maj. In no circumstance may the coursewk in the second degree be fewer than 30 credits. F a double degree, a minimum of 150 credits 30 credits beyond the full requirements of the degree with the larger number of required undergraduate credits must be earned, whichever is greater. Because the two degrees must be in significantly different fields of study, no me than two 300- and 400- modules taken as requirements f one maj in one degree can also be counted as part of the required modules f the other maj in the other degree, including required elective credits. 04

7 Double Majs A double maj is the awarding of one degree with two majs (e.g. a student earns one BA degree with a double maj of communication and psychology). Students must be accepted into each maj and fulfil all requirements of each maj in addition to satisfying all university requirements. This may be completed within the usual 120-credit minimum. Following conferral of the degree, the student s transcript will note one baccalaureate degree with two majs. Subsequent Degrees Some students may decide to return to their studies after they have received their first undergraduate degree. Once a degree is conferred, the modules and credits from that degree cannot be used in subsequent degrees, and some students may not return to add a min concentration to the conferred degree. In der to take a subsequent degree, the student who has previously earned a baccalaureate degree from UB an accredited U.S. institution must be accepted to UB as a matriculated student and be accepted into the new maj. If you are pursuing a second bachel s degree, you must have the full range of skills, competencies, and experience in the maj as students who complete the requirements f the regular degree program. Thus, students must meet all requirements f the maj. In no circumstance may the coursewk in the second degree program be fewer than 30 credits after the conferral of the first degree. The two degrees must be in significantly different fields of study; therefe 300- and 400- level coursewk completed f the first bachel s degree will not count toward completing the maj requirements of the second degree. Latin Hons Students earning baccalaureate degrees are eligible to receive Latin Hons based on their UB cumulative GPA on the following scale: Average (based on 4.0 = A) 3.20 cum laude (Distinction) 3.50 magna cum laude (High Distinction) 3.75 summa cum laude (Highest Distinction) To qualify f Latin Hons, students must present a minimum of 60 credits of UB undergraduate coursewk, at least 54 of which must be graded credits (i.e. not satisfacty unsatisfacty [grades of S U ]). Graduation Application f Degree Students must file an Application f Degree Fm pri to the deadlines which will be published in the student ptal. Complete Studies Conferral Date Spring (April) June 15 A final evaluation of general education and university degree requirements will be completed by a degree audit in Academic Processing Services. Each academic department determines if academic maj requirements have been met. When a degree is conferred, it is noted on the student s academic recd (transcript) and diploma. Diplomas are mailed to SIM within six weeks after the conferral date. Grades will not be changed after degree conferral except when errs in the transcript occur. Award of Degree Students who successfully complete all the requirements of the programs will be awarded the following degrees by the University at Buffalo, The State University of New Yk, U.S.: Single Degree Bachel of Arts (Communication) Bachel of Arts (Economics) Bachel of Arts (International Trade) Bachel of Arts (Psychology) Bachel of Arts (Sociology) Bachel of Science (Business Administration) Double Degree Bachel of Science (Business Administration) and Bachel of Arts (Economics) Bachel of Science (Business Administration) and Bachel of Arts (International Trade) Bachel of Science (Business Administration) and Bachel of Arts (Psychology) Double Maj Bachel of Arts (Communication and Psychology) Bachel of Arts (Communication and Sociology) Bachel of Arts (Economics and Psychology) Bachel of Arts (International Trade and Psychology) Bachel of Arts (Psychology and Sociology) Settlement of Obligations All outstanding fees must be paid in der to receive diplomas transcript services, including infmation about the student s program completion in any fm. Commencement A fmal commencement ceremony is held at SIM each July. All students who have graduated the previous September February, as well as students who have applied f June degree conferral, are eligible to participate in the ceremony. Infmation regarding commencement activities will be available a month befe the ceremony. Summer (August) September 1 Fall (December) February 1 Students are encouraged to file their applications well befe the deadlines. Degree fms received after the deadlines will be processed f the next conferral date. 05

8 General Education Requirements General education focuses on a broad array of skills, knowledge and issues that are considered to be particularly imptant f all college graduates. The program is intended to help students prepare f success and fulfi llment in a continually changing wld. General education complements the departmental maj. The maj provides depth of study in a particular area of specialization and prepares students f particular careers f advanced study. Writing ESL 407 ESL 408 Written English I Written English II Library Skills Successfully complete the Library Skills Wkbook. Mathematical Sciences (complete one module) CSE 111 Great Ideas in Computer Science (4 credits) MTH 115 Survey of Algebra and Trigonometry (4 credits) MTH 121 Survey of Calculus and Its Applications I (4 credits) MTH 122 Survey of Calculus and Its Applications II (4 credits) MTH 131 Mathematical Analysis f Management (4 credits) MGQ 301 Statistical Decisions in Management PSY 207 Psychological Statistics (4 credits) SOC 294 Basic Statistics f Social Sciences Wld Civilizations UGC 111 Wld Civilizations I UGC 112 Wld Civilizations II Natural Sciences Students must complete a two-module sequence, including at least one semester of labaty. NTR 108 NTR 109 NTR 110 Human Nutrition Nutrition in Practice Nutrition in Practice Lab (1 credit) American Pluralism UGC 211 American Pluralism and the Search f Equality Social and Behavial Sciences* Complete one 3-credit module offered by COM, ECO, GEO, PSY SOC. Language Requirement (Not required unless International Business Concentration is chosen) Complete a two-semester module sequence in a feign language, demonstrate profi ciency in a language other than English equivalent to completion of a fi rst-year, second-semester module. Humanities (complete one module)* PHI 101 Introduction to Philosophy PHI 107 Ethics PHI 115 Critical Thinking Arts (complete one module)* MUS 113 Music and Society MUS 115 Understanding Music MUS 116 They of Music f Nonmajs MUS 264 Wld Music Depth Requirement* An additional module from the listing of Mathematical Sciences modules. Note: Students who entered UB with 24 me transferable credits from an institution of higher education other than UB are exempted from the Wld Civilizations, American Pluralism, and Arts requirements. These credits must have been earned pri to enrollment at UB. * Modules used to satisfy any other general education requirement are excluded. 06

9 Mins f Non-Business Majs Each min is designed to enhance particular majs and provide additional knowledge f students planning to pursue MBA degrees. Students can receive a bachel s degree if they are enrolled in a maj program and a min program, but cannot receive a bachel s degree if they are enrolled in a min program and not enrolled in maj program. General Management Min The general management min provides a broad foundation in the basic elements and principles of business. Students learn to speak the language of business while gaining an understanding of functional areas, such as accounting, human resources, infmation systems, marketing, and fi nance. A general management min would benefi t students in any maj. Those who are considering pursuing an MBA at any time in their careers are especially encouraged to complete this min. Prerequisite Modules 1. ECO 182 Introduction to Microeconomics (4 credits) 2. MGQ 201 Introduction to Computers and Statistics (4 credits) 3. PSY 101 Introducty Psychology Required Modules 4. MGA 201 Introduction to Accounting I 5. MGB 301 Organizational Behavi and Administration 6. MGG 150 Business and Society Electives Choose three of the following: 7. MGA 202 Introduction to Accounting II 8. MGF 301 Cpation Finance 9. MGI 301 Human Resources Management and Lab Relations f Managers MGM 301 Principles of Marketing MGQ 301 Statistical Decisions in Management MGS 351 Introduction to Management Infmation Systems (4 credits) Marketing Min The marketing min provides a focused view of marketing f the student with little no background in business. While the requirements and prerequisites make it a viable option f most students, it may be especially helpful f those seeking an understanding of the marketing function in businesses. Modules address issues such as identifying and selecting the right consumers, understanding the interaction between these consumers and businesses, and being able to translate consumer needs and wants into products and services. The marketing min may be particularly attractive to students majing in communication. Prerequisite Modules Choose one of the following: 1. MGQ 201 Introduction to Computers and Statistics (4 credits) PSY 207 Psychological Statistics (4 credits) Choose one of the following: 2. ECO 182 Introduction to Microeconomics (4 credits) MTH 131 Mathematical Analysis f Management (4 credits) PSY 101 Introducty Psychology Required Modules 3. MGG 150 Business and Society 4. MGM 301 Principles of Marketing 5. MGM 403 Marketing Research 6. MGM 404 Consumer Behavi Electives Choose one of the following: 7. MGM 402 Selling and Sales Fce Management MGM 406 Product and Brand Management MGM 409 Advertising and Promotion Through various overseas study and exchange programmes, I experienced first-hand the complexities of human relationships and the realities of the global community. These encounters compelled me to re-think my observations of the wld through multiple lenses, and to better appreciate and make sense of these diverse perspectives. (2013) Ho Sheng Graduate, Class of 2013 Bachel of Arts (Communication) Graduate (MSc International Relations), S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Nanyang Technological University 07

10 Bachel of Arts (Communication) Founded in 1964, the Bachel of Arts degree in Communication is ranked among the top 25 programs by National Communication Association f its intercultural communication, ganizational communication, communication technology and health communication programs. The course is designed to provide students with a comprehensive knowledge of the nature of human communication, its media, and its effects. Students will be introduced to the finer points of interpersonal communication; challenged to apply critical thinking to their consumption of the mass media; exposed to the complexity of delivering infmation in ganizational and mediated communication situations; and, broaden their hizons through the study of international and intercultural communication. The Communication maj at UB is a general communication degree with a liberal arts concentration. The main focus in the Communication maj is advertising, marketing, and public relations. Why Study Communication? Students will learn how to analyze, interpret, and research the process by which human beings relate to one another. The study of communication embraces the most fundamental aspect of human interaction from the subtleties of interpersonal communication, the influences and effects of mass media, the most effective distribution of infmation through ganizations, to the cutting edge of the new communication technologies and infmation studies. Job Prospect/Opptunity f Further Study After Graduation Strong communication skills are prerequisites to positions in most ganizations and institutions. Employment opptunities exist in public relations and advertising agencies, media and technology centers, sales and marketing, the mass media, civil and social agencies and other professions. Graduates have also gone on to graduate schools f further studies. Acceptance Criteria into Maj Successful completion of the five prerequisite modules with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 (COM 101, two other COM modules listed under prerequisite modules, CSE 111 and SOC 294). Completion of SOC 294 with a minimum grade of C. Completion of the university s writing skills requirement. Minimum completion of 45 credits. Graduation Criteria Minimum completion of 120 credits. Minimum GPA of 2.5 in Communication modules at UB. Meet maj and general education requirements. Prerequisite Modules 1. COM 101 Principles of Communication 1 2. COM 217 Communication in Organizations 3. COM 225 Interpersonal Communication 4. COM 240 Survey of Mass Communication 5. COM 337 Communication They 6. CSE 111 Great Ideas in Computer Science (4 credits) 1 7. SOC 294 Basic Statistics f Social Sciences 1 Required Modules 8. COM 125 Introduction to the Internet 9. COM 205 Research Methods SOC 293 Social Research Methods 10. COM 300 Written Communication 11. PSY 101 Introducty Psychology PSY 323 Community Psychology PSY 331 Social Psychology PSY 333 Psychology of Wk in Organizations PSY 341 PSY 342 Cognitive Psychology Introduction to Cognitive Science: Concepts of the Mind SOC 371 Individual and Society 13. SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology Communication Electives (24 credits) General Education 22. ESL 407 Written English I 23. ESL 408 Written English II 24. MUS 113 Music and Society MUS 115 Understanding Music MUS 116 They of Music f Nonmajs MUS 264 Wld Music 25. NTR 108 Human Nutrition NTR 109 Nutrition in Practice NTR 110 Nutrition in Practice Lab (1 credit) PHI 101 Introduction to Philosophy PHI 107 Ethics PHI 115 Critical Thinking 29. UGC 111 Wld Civilizations I 30. UGC 112 Wld Civilizations II 31. UGC 211 American Pluralism and the Search f Equality Free Electives (from any maj) 28 credits 1. Meets general education requirements. 2. These are online modules. Local resource persons may conduct weekly sessions f selected modules. Note: The modules offered are subject to change. 08

11 Bachel of Arts (Economics) The Bachel of Arts degree in Economics comprises a comprehensive curriculum, integrating economic they with applied topics, including finance, international trade, econometrics, education, growth and development, monetary economics, lab economics, urban and regional economics, industrial ganization, and regulation. Students will discuss on matters relating to consumers and producers, market equilibrium, investment and savings, employment, money and banking, and government taxation and spending. Why Study Economics? Economics is the study of scarcity and its implications f the use of resources, production of goods and services, growth of production and welfare over time, and a great variety of other issues of vital concern to society. The study of economics equips students with the knowledge to determine the most effective use of resources to meet private and social goals. Economics majs also learn how to apply the knowledge to achieve the most satisfacty allocation of their personal resources, which is a crucial life-skill. Job Prospect/Opptunity f Further Study after Graduation The demand f economists has increased steadily over the past decades, with the transition over the past fty years of economics into an applied science. The well-trained economics graduate today offers employers analytic insights and the knowledge in applications of economic analysis in their scope of wk. Employment opptunities exist in various businesses, such as brokerage firms, investment banks, retail banks, and insurance companies in the financial services sect. Economics majs also find employment in law, medicine, government, non-profits, and international relations. Starting salaries are high compared to those f graduates in most other subjects. Graduates have also gone on to graduate schools f further studies. Acceptance Criteria into Maj Successful completion of the prerequisite modules. Successful completion of two me Economics modules with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0. Minimum GPA of 2.0 overall. Minimum completion of 30 credits. Prerequisite Modules 1. ECO 181 Introduction to Macroeconomics (4 credits) 1 2. ECO 182 Introduction to Microeconomics (4 credits) 1 3. MTH 121 Survey of Calculus and Its Applications I (4 credits) 1 Required Modules 4. ECO 405 Microeconomic They 5. ECO 407 Macroeconomic They 6. ECO 480 Econometrics I (4 credits) 7. MTH 122 Survey of Calculus and Its Applications II (4 credits) /400-level Course 1-4 (12 credits) 12. Economics Elective at any level General Education 13. ESL 407 Written English I 14. ESL 408 Written English II 15. MTH 115 Survey of Algebra and Trigonometry (4 credits) 16. MUS 113 Music and Society MUS 115 Understanding Music MUS 116 They of Music f Nonmajs MUS 264 Wld Music Graduation Criteria Minimum completion of 120 credits. Minimum GPA of 2.0 in Economics modules at UB. Meet maj and general education requirements. 17. NTR 108 Human Nutrition NTR 109 Nutrition in Practice NTR 110 Nutrition in Practice Lab (1 credit) PHI 101 Introduction to Philosophy PHI 107 Ethics PHI 115 Critical Thinking 21. UGC 111 Wld Civilizations I 22. UGC 112 Wld Civilizations II 23. UGC 211 American Pluralism and the Search f Equality Free Electives (from any maj) 47 credits 1. Meets general education requirements. 2. These are online modules. Local resource persons may conduct weekly sessions f selected modules. Note: The modules offered are subject to change. 09

12 Bachel of Arts (International Trade) The Bachel of Arts (International Trade) prepares students to critically assess the process of globalization operating in the wld today, including the growth of multinationals and feign direct investment, international trade, the internationalization of capital and financial markets, new international divisions of lab, and the rapid development of technology and innovations. These changes are resulting in global restructuring and new patterns of uneven development. Critical social, economic, and environmental challenges are being faced by cpate decision-makers, government policy makers, and non-governmental ganizations. Students will be exposed to a wide-range of perspectives on the global economy, and will develop imptant skills in policy and data analysis at various geographic scales. Why Study International Trade? The program prepares students f a professional and/ academic career in this challenging and exciting wld of international business and trade. They will be exposed to a wide-range of perspectives on the global economy, and will develop imptant skills in policy and data analysis at various geographic scales. Job Prospect/Opptunity f Further Study After Graduation The wide variety of careers will include ganizations such as local investment and trade promotion agencies, trade and location consulting firms, governmental agencies, and a variety of international service providers (e.g. freight fwarders, customs brokers, international banks, transpt carriers, and international trade management companies). Graduates have also gone on to graduate schools f further studies. Acceptance Criteria into Maj Successful completion of any two Geography Management modules with a minimum GPA of 2.0. Prerequisite Modules Any two Geography Management modules Required Modules 1. ECO 181 Introduction to Macroeconomics (4 credits) 2. ECO 182 Introduction to Microeconomics (4 credits) 3. GEO 100 Geographic Perspectives and Wld Issues 4. GEO 103 Geography of Economic Systems 5. GEO 120 Maps: Earth from Above 6. GEO 211 Univariate Statistics in Geography (4 credits) 7. GEO 330 Dynamics of International Business 8. GEO 333 Bases of Wld Commerce 9. GEO 334 International Environments and Commercial Problems 10. GEO 425 Industrial/ Business Geography 11. GEO 460 Geography of Development 12. MGQ 201 Introduction to Computers and Statistics (4 credits) /400-level Geography Electives (9 credits) General Education 16. ESL 407 Written English I 17. ESL 408 Written English II 18. MTH 115 Survey of Algebra and Trigonometry (4 credits) Graduation Criteria Minimum completion of 120 credits. Meet maj and general education requirements. 19. MUS 113 Music and Society MUS 115 Understanding Music MUS 116 They of Music f Nonmajs MUS 264 Wld Music 20. NTR 108 Human Nutrition NTR 109 Nutrition in Practice NTR 110 Nutrition in Practice Lab (1 credit) PHI 101 Introduction to Philosophy PHI 107 Ethics PHI 115 Critical Thinking 24. UGC 111 Wld Civilizations I 25. UGC 112 Wld Civilizations II 26. UGC 211 American Pluralism and the Search f Equality Free Electives (from any maj) 39 credits 1. Meets general education requirements. 2. These are online modules. Local resource persons may conduct weekly sessions f selected modules. Note: The modules offered are subject to change. 10

13 Bachel of Arts (Psychology) The Department of Psychology in UB is a member of the American Psychological Society and is ranked among the top 50 (U.S. News, 2012 ranking) in the U.S. f its very strong clinical psychological program. The undergraduate program was founded in 1920 s and is one of the largest undergraduate majs in UB. Psychology is the science of behavi and the mind. The study of psychology provides an understanding of basic processes of sensation, perception, learning, cognition, development, and personality along with principles of social psychology, clinical psychology, and behavial neuroscience. Knowledge of psychological principles and of scientific methods f evaluating theies and research in the social and behavial sciences is essential in our rapidly changing society. The requirements f the psychology maj are designed to provide students with foundational skills in statistics (PSY 207) and scientific methods (PSY 250) that are essential f subsequent coursewk in psychology. The additional requirements f the psychology maj are intended to introduce students to the great breadth of psychology as a scientific discipline; therefe, students are required to complete modules in four complementary areas of psychology. Why Study Psychology? Studying the mind and behavi of human beings is invaluable in promoting effective interactions and relationships with people. This knowledge is also especially useful in attending to human needs and problems, such as in crisis intervention. Job Prospect/Opptunity f Further Study After Graduation The undergraduate degree in psychology does not make students a psychologist professional counsel - it does, however, provide students with an excellent liberal arts background and is valuable f almost any type of wk focused on people. Students who maj in psychology are well prepared f graduate study in psychology and related mental health fields, medicine, education, law, business, and f any career that requires a good understanding of individual behavi and interpersonal relations. Acceptance Criteria into Maj Successful completion of the four prerequisite modules with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5. Prerequisite Modules 1. MTH 115 Survey of Algebra and Trigonometry (4 credits) 1 2. PSY 101 Introducty Psychology 1 3. PSY 207 Psychological Statistics (4 credits) 1 4. PSY 250 Scientific Inquiry in Psychology Required Modules level Course 1 - Clinical This module may include: Psychology of Personality, Abnmal Psychology, Community Psychology, Clinical Psychology Health Psychology level Course 2 - Social This module may include: Social Psychology, Social Conflict and Its Resolution, Psychology of Wk in Organizations Developmental Psychology level Course 3 - Cognitive This module may include: Cognitive Psychology, Introduction to Cognitive Science: Concepts of the Mind Sensy Processes and Perception level Course 4 - Behavial Neuroscience This module may include: Biopsychology² level psychology modules (9 credits) Graduation Criteria Minimum completion of 120 credits. Minimum GPA of 2.0 in Psychology modules at UB. Meet maj and general education requirements. General Education 12. ESL 407 Written English I 13. ESL 408 Written English II 14. MUS 113 Music and Society MUS 115 Understanding Music MUS 116 They of Music f Nonmajs MUS 264 Wld Music 15. NTR 108 Human Nutrition NTR 109 Nutrition in Practice NTR 110 Nutrition in Practice Lab (1 credit) PHI 101 Introduction to Philosophy PHI 107 Ethics PHI 115 Critical Thinking 19. UGC 111 Wld Civilizations I 20. UGC 112 Wld Civilizations II 21. UGC 211 American Pluralism and the Search f Equality Free Electives (from any maj) 57 credits 1. Meets general education requirements. 2. These are online modules. Local resource persons may conduct weekly sessions f selected modules. Note: The modules offered are subject to change. 11

14 Bachel of Arts (Sociology) The Department of Sociology in UB is a member of the American Sociological Society. The undergraduate Sociology program was founded in 1920 s and me than 3,000 undergraduate students have graduated with the maj since Sociology examines the causes, characteristics, changes, and consequences of human behavi in groups, and provides an understanding of the structure and dynamics of social systems and issues. It emphasizes the study of individuals, social groups, and social systems as they relate to each other and to imptant societal issues, such as community, education, family, gender, social class, culture, law, health, environment, and war. Students are introduced to the histy of social thought and to the applied and theetical methods used to study these diverse topics. Training in sociology prepares students f a wide variety of professional careers and f active, enlightened participation in local, national, and wld affairs. Why Study Sociology? Sociology is a study of all people, f all people. In summary, sociology is the broadest of the social sciences and, unlike other disciplines, can give us an understanding of the social wld. The knowledge and tools make the sociology student valuable in a number of settings, from business to social service to government to education. As you embark on this study, keep in mind that sociology helps us have a deeper understanding of ourselves and our place in the wld as well. Job Prospect/Opptunity f Further Study After Graduation A bachel s degree in sociology provides an excellent liberal arts foundation and can open a variety of dos in business and the human services. Sociology majs who enter the business wld wk in sales, marketing, customer relations, human resources. Those who enter human services wk with youths at risk, the elderly, people experiencing problems related to poverty, substance abuse, the justice system. Graduates have also gone on to graduate schools f further studies. Acceptance Criteria into Maj SOC 101 with a grade of C better. Two other Sociology modules with a grade of C better. Prerequisite Modules 1. SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology 1 Required Modules 2. SOC 293 Social Research Methods 3. SOC 294 Basic Statistics f Social Sciences 1 4. SOC 349 Classical Sociological They Sociology Electives (24 credits) General Education 13. ESL 407 Written English I 14. ESL 408 Written English II 15. MTH 115 Survey of Algebra and Trigonometry (4 credits) 16. MUS 113 Music and Society MUS 115 Understanding Music MUS 116 They of Music f Nonmajs MUS 264 Wld Music 17. NTR 108 Human Nutrition NTR 109 Nutrition in Practice 2 Graduation Criteria Minimum completion of 120 credits. Minimum grade of C is required in SOC 293, SOC 294 and SOC 349. Meet maj and general education requirements. 19. NTR 110 Nutrition in Practice Lab (1 credit) PHI 101 Introduction to Philosophy PHI 107 Ethics PHI 115 Critical Thinking 21. UGC 111 Wld Civilizations I 22. UGC 112 Wld Civilizations II 23. UGC 211 American Pluralism and the Search f Equality Free Electives (from any maj) 52 credits 1. Meets general education requirements. 2. These are online modules. Local resource persons may conduct weekly sessions f selected modules. Note: The modules offered are subject to change. I chose the UB program because of the way the classes were taught. In an American education system, students are granted the flexibility to learn in their own way. Projects and assignments often have guidelines but with enough freedom f us to truly think and present our own interpretation. To me, true education does not consist of only providing facts and figures, but also to encourage independent thinking and personal development. (2013) Zachary Liew Graduate, Class of 2012 Bachel of Science (Business Administration) E-Commerce Executive, Singape Airlines 12

15 Bachel of Science (Business Administration) The Bachel of Science degree in Business Administration was founded in 1923 and is offered by the UB School of Management*. The curriculum pays particular attention to understanding the role of the business firm in society; the management functions of planning and control; the behavi of ganizations; the tools of modern management, including accounting, economics, and statistics; and the ways in which managers perfm functions such as production, marketing, finance, and industrial relations. *All academic programs of the UB School of Management are accredited by the prestigious AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Accreditation by AACSB is considered to be the hallmark of management education. The AACSB International standards mandate that an undergraduate curriculum should have a general education component that makes up at least 50 percent of the student s program. Up to 9 credit hours of economics and up to 6 credit hours of statistics may be counted toward AACSB s 50 percent rule. Job Prospect/Opptunity f Further Study After Graduation Employment opptunities exist in the private and public sects. Majity of our graduates wk in the private sect engaging in accounting and finance, education and training, human resource management, international business, sales and marketing, administration and other managerial roles. Graduates have also gone on to graduate schools f further studies. Acceptance Criteria into Maj Successful completion of the seven management prerequisite modules with a minimum cumulative GPA of Minimum GPA of 2.5, both overall and at UB. F transfer student, a minimum transfer GPA of 2.5 at entry to UB. Minimum completion of 50 credits. Prerequisite Modules 1. ECO 181 Introduction to Macroeconomics (4 credits) 1 2. ECO 182 Introduction to Microeconomics (4 credits) 1 3. MGA 201 Introduction to Accounting I 4. MGA 202 Introduction to Accounting II 5. MGQ 201 Introduction to Computers and Statistics (4 credits) 2 6. MTH 131 Mathematical Analysis f Management (4 credits) 1 7. PSY 101 Introducty Psychology 1 Required Modules 8. MGB 301 Organizational Behavi and Administration 9. MGE 302 Applied Economics MGF 301 Cpation Finance MGG 300 Career Strategies, Planning and Management (2 credits) 12. MGI 301 Human Resources Management and Lab Relations f Managers 13. MGM 301 Principles of Marketing 14. MGO 302 Production and Operations Management MGO 403 Fundamentals of Strategic Management 16. MGQ 301 Statistical Decisions in Management MGS 351 Introduction to Management Infmation Systems (4 credits) MGT 401 Public Policy, Law and Management General Education 19. ESL 407 Written English I 20. ESL 408 Written English II 21. MTH 115 Survey of Algebra and Trigonometry (4 credits) 22. MUS 113 Music and Society MUS 115 Understanding Music MUS 116 They of Music f Nonmajs MUS 264 Wld Music 23. NTR 108 Human Nutrition NTR 109 Nutrition in Practice NTR 110 Nutrition in Practice Lab (1 credit) PHI 115 Critical Thinking 27. UGC 111 Wld Civilizations I 28. UGC 112 Wld Civilizations II 29. UGC 211 American Pluralism and the Search f Equality Graduation Criteria Minimum completion of 120 credits. Meet maj and general education requirements. Concentrations (choose one) Financial Analysis 30. MGA 306 Financial Repting and Analysis 31. MGF 402 Investment Management 32. MGF 403 International Financial Management 33. MGF 405 Advanced Cpate Finance International Business 4 Choose three of the following: 30. GEO 330 Dynamics of International Business GEO 333 Bases of Wld Commerce GEO 334 International Environments and Commercial Problems 1 MGF 403 International Financial Management Marketing 30. MGM 403 Marketing Research 31. MGM 404 Consumer Behavi Choose one of the following: 32. MGM 402 Selling and Sales Fce Management MGM 406 Product and Brand Management MGM 409 Advertising and Promotion Free Electives (from other majs) credits (non-mg modules) 1. Meets general education requirements. 2. These are digital access modules. Digital Access is the phrase used by UB School of Management to designate what is known generically as an electronic platfm (EP) module. EP module delivery refers to a technological platfm through which existing lecture-based modules are distributed to a wider constituency of students. The actual delivery of the class is captured on digital video as it happens, and the resulting Windows Media Player file is immediately posted to UBLearns. Students use the internet to access lectures and print module materials at times convenient to their individual schedules. 3. These are online modules. Local resource persons may conduct weekly sessions f selected modules. 4. Students must complete a two-semester module sequence in a feign language, demonstrate proficiency in a language other than English equivalent to completion of a first-year, second-semester module. Note: The modules offered are subject to change. 13

16 Double Degree In the double degree program, students can graduate with two degrees and within the minimum of 150 credits. Students who complete two majs in two different degree types will be awarded two different degrees. Candidates who have outstanding academic results may apply f direct entry into the double degree program at the point of application. Shtlisted candidates may be required to attend an interview. Alternatively, if students are enrolled in a single degree program and have done well at the end of one year of study i.e. meet the minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75 in the prerequisite modules f Business Administration; and 2.0 in the prerequisite modules f Economics/International Trade 2.5 in the prerequisite modules f Psychology; and the minimum overall GPA of 2.0 to be considered in academic good standing, students will also be eligible to apply f the double degree program. Students who failed to meet the minimum cumulative GPA in the prerequisite modules of the two majs the minimum overall GPA of 2.0 to be considered in academic good standing will be required to withdraw from one of the majs. Bachel of Science (Business Administration) and Bachel of Arts (Economics) Job Prospect/Opptunity f Further Study After Graduation Employment opptunities f Business graduates exist in the private and public sects. Majity of our graduates wk in private sects engaging in accounting and finance, education and training, human resource management, international business, sales and marketing, administration and other managerial roles. The demand f economists has increased steadily over the past decades, with the transition over the past fty years of economics into an applied science. The well-trained economics graduate today offers employers analytic insights and the knowledge in application of economic analysis in their scope of wk. Employment opptunities exist in financial services, including: brokerage firms, investment banks, retail banks, and insurance companies. Starting salaries are high compared to those f graduates in most other subjects. Graduates have also gone on to graduate schools f further studies. Acceptance Criteria (Business Administration) Successful completion of the seven management prerequisite modules with a minimum cumulative GPA of Minimum GPA of 2.5, both overall and at UB. F transfer student, a minimum transfer GPA of 2.5 at entry to UB. Minimum completion of 50 credits. Graduation Criteria Minimum completion of 150 credits. Minimum GPA of 2.0 in Economics modules at UB. Meet maj and general education requirements. Prerequisite Modules f Business 1. ECO 181 Introduction to Macroeconomics (4 credits) 1 2. ECO 182 Introduction to Microeconomics (4 credits) 1 3. MGA 201 Introduction to Accounting I 4. MGA 202 Introduction to Accounting II 5. MGQ 201 Introduction to Computers and Statistics (4 credits) 2 6. MTH 122 Survey of Calculus and Its Applications II (4 credits) 1 7. PSY 101 Introducty Psychology 1 Required Modules f Business 8. MGB 301 Organizational Behavi and Administration 9. MGE 302 Applied Economics MGF 301 Cpation Finance 2 Acceptance Criteria (Economics) Successful completion of the prerequisite modules. Successful completion of two me Economics modules with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0. Minimum GPA of 2.0 overall. Minimum completion of 30 credits. 11. MGG 300 Career Strategies, Planning, and Management (2 credits) 12. MGI 301 Human Resources Management and Lab Relations f Managers 13. MGM 301 Principles of Marketing 14. MGO 302 Production and Operations Management MGO 403 Fundamentals of Strategic Management 16. MGQ 301 Statistical Decisions in Management MGS 351 Introduction to Management Infmation Systems (4 credits) MGT 401 Public Policy, Law and Management Prerequisite Modules f Economics ECO 181 Introduction to Macroeconomics (4 credits) 1 ECO 182 Introduction to Microeconomics (4 credits) MTH 121 Survey of Calculus and Its Applications I (4 credits) 1 Required Modules f Economics 20. ECO 405 Microeconomic They 21. ECO 407 Macroeconomic They 14

17 22. ECO 480 Econometrics I (4 credits) MTH 122 Survey of Calculus and Its Applications II (4 credits) Four 300/400-level Economics Electives (12 credits) 27. Economics Electives at any level General Education 28. ESL 407 Written English I 29. ESL 408 Written English II 30. MTH 115 Survey of Algebra and Trigonometry (4 credits) 31. MUS 113 Music and Society MUS 115 Understanding Music MUS 116 They of Music f Nonmajs MUS 264 Wld Music 32. NTR 108 Human Nutrition NTR 109 Nutrition in Practice NTR 110 Nutrition in Practice Lab (1 credits) PHI 101 Introduction to Philosophy PHI 107 Ethics PHI 115 Critical Thinking 36. UGC 111 Wld Civilizations I 37. UGC 112 Wld Civilizations II 38. UGC 211 American Pluralism and the Search f Equality Concentrations (choose one) Financial Analysis 39. MGA 306 Financial Repting and Analysis 40. MGF 402 Investment Management 41. MGF 403 International Financial Management 42. MGF 405 Advanced Cpate Finance International Business 4 Choose three of the following: 39. GEO 330 Dynamics of International Business GEO 333 Bases of Wld Commerce GEO 334 International Environments and Commercial Problems 1 MGF 403 International Financial Management Marketing 39. MGM 403 Marketing Research 40. MGM 404 Consumer Behavi Choose one of the following: 41. MGM 402 Selling and Sales Fce Management MGM 406 Product and Brand Management MGM 409 Advertising and Promotion Free Electives (from other majs) credits (non-mg modules) 1. Meets general education requirements. 2. These are digital access modules. Digital Access is the phrase used by UB School of Management to designate what is known generically as an electronic platfm (EP) module. EP module delivery refers to a technological platfm through which existing lecture-based modules are distributed to a wider constituency of students. The actual delivery of the class is captured on digital video as it happens, and the resulting Windows Media Player file is immediately posted to UBLearns. Students use the internet to access lectures and print module materials at times convenient to their individual schedules. 3. These are online modules. Local resource persons may conduct weekly sessions f selected modules. 4. Students must complete a two-semester module sequence in a feign language, demonstrate proficiency in a language other than English equivalent to completion of a first-year, second-semester module. Note: The modules offered are subject to change. Bachel of Science (Business Administration) and Bachel of Arts (International Trade) Job Prospect/Opptunity f Further Study After Graduation Employment opptunities exist in the private and public sects. Majity of our graduates wk in private sects engaging in accounting and finance, education and training, human resource management, international business, sales and marketing, administration and other managerial roles. The wide variety of careers f an International Trade student can be found in ganizations such as local investment and trade promotion agencies, trade and location consulting firms, governmental agencies, and a variety of international service providers (e.g. freight fwarders, customs brokers, international banks, transpt carriers, and international trade management companies). Graduates have also gone on to graduate schools f further studies. Acceptance Criteria (Business Administration) Successful completion of the seven management prerequisite modules with a minimum cumulative GPA of Minimum GPA of 2.5, both overall and at UB. F transfer student, a minimum transfer GPA of 2.5 at entry to UB. Minimum completion of 50 credits. 15

18 Acceptance Criteria (International Trade) Successful completion of any two Geography Management modules with a minimum GPA of 2.0. Prerequisite Modules f Business 1. ECO 181 Introduction to Macroeconomics (4 credits) 1 2. ECO 182 Introduction to Microeconomics (4 credits) 1 3. MGA 201 Introduction to Accounting I 4. MGA 202 Introduction to Accounting II 5. MGQ 201 Introduction to Computers and Statistics (4 credits) 6. MTH 131 Mathematical Analysis f Management (4 credits) 7. PSY 101 Introducty Psychology Required Modules f Business 8. MGB 301 Organizational Behavi and Administration 9. MGE 302 Applied Economics MGF 301 Cpation Finance MGG 300 Career Strategies, Planning, and Management (2 credits) 12. MGI 301 Human Resources Management and Lab Relations f Managers 13. MGM 301 Principles of Marketing 14. MGO 302 Production and Operations Management MGO 403 Fundamentals of Strategic Management 16. MGQ 301 Statistical Decisions in Management MGS 351 Introduction to Management Infmation Systems (4 credits) MGT 401 Public Policy, Law and Management Prerequisite Modules f International Trade Any two Geography Management modules Required Modules f International Trade 19. GEO 100 Geographic Perspectives and Wld Issues 20. GEO 103 Geography of Economic Systems 21. GEO 120 Maps: Earth from Above 22. GEO 211 Univariate Statistics in Geography (4 credits) 23. GEO 330 Dynamics of International Business 24. GEO 333 Bases of Wld Commerce 25. GEO 334 International Environments and Commercial Problems 26. GEO 425 Industrial / Business Geography 27. GEO 460 Geography of Development /400-level Geography Electives (9 credits) Graduation Criteria Minimum completion of 150 credits. Meet maj and general education requirements. General Education 31. ESL 407 Written English I 32. ESL 408 Written English II 33. MTH 115 Survey of Algebra and Trigonometry (4 credits) 34. MUS 113 Music and Society MUS 115 Understanding Music MUS 116 They of Music f Nonmajs MUS 264 Wld Music 35. NTR 108 Human Nutrition NTR 109 Nutrition in Practice NTR 110 Nutrition in Practice Lab (1 credit) PHI 101 Introduction to Philosophy PHI 107 Ethics PHI 115 Critical Thinking 39. UGC 111 Wld Civilizations I 40. UGC 112 Wld Civilizations II 41. UGC 211 American Pluralism and the Search f Equality Concentrations (optional) Students in this double degree program will automatically meet the International Business Concentration 4 elective requirements. They may choose to add a second concentration in Financial Analysis Marketing. Financial Analysis 42. MGA 306 Financial Repting and Analysis 43. MGF 402 Investment Management 44. MGF 403 International Financial Management 45. MGF 405 Advanced Cpate Finance Marketing 42. MGM 403 Marketing Research 43. MGM 404 Consumer Behavi Choose one of the following: 44. MGM 402 Selling and Sales Fce Management MGM 406 Product and Brand Management MGM 409 Advertising and Promotion Free Electives (from other majs) 23 credits (non-mg modules) 1. Meets general education requirements. 2. These are digital access modules. Digital Access is the phrase used by UB School of Management to designate what is known generically as an electronic platfm (EP) module. EP module delivery refers to a technological platfm through which existing lecture-based modules are distributed to a wider constituency of students. The actual delivery of the class is captured on digital video as it happens, and the resulting Windows Media Player file is immediately posted to UBLearns. Students use the internet to access lectures and print module materials at times convenient to their individual schedules. 3. These are online modules. Local resource persons may conduct weekly sessions f selected modules. 4. Students must complete a two-semester module sequence in a feign language, demonstrate proficiency in a language other than English equivalent to completion of a first-year, second-semester module. Note: The modules offered are subject to change. 16

19 Bachel of Science (Business Administration) and Bachel of Arts (Psychology) Job Prospect/Opptunity f Further Study After Graduation Employment opptunities exist in the private and public sects. Majity of our graduates wk in the private sect engaging in accounting and finance, education and training, human resource management, international business, sales and marketing, administration and other managerial roles. The undergraduate degree in psychology provides students with an excellent liberal arts background and is valuable f almost any type of wk focused on people. Students who maj in psychology are well prepared f graduate study in psychology and related mental health fields, medicine, education, law, business, and f any career that requires a good understanding of individual behavi and interpersonal relations. Acceptance Criteria (Business Administration) Successful completion of the seven management prerequisite modules with a minimum cumulative GPA of Minimum GPA of 2.5, both overall and at UB. F transfer student, a minimum transfer GPA of 2.5 at entry to UB. Minimum completion of 50 credits. Acceptance Criteria (Psychology) Successful completion of the four prerequisite modules with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5. Graduation Criteria Minimum completion of 150 credits. Minimum GPA of 2.0 in Psychology modules at UB. Meet maj and general education requirements. Prerequisite Modules f Business 1. ECO 181 Introduction to Macroeconomics (4 credits) 1 2. ECO 182 Introduction to Microeconomics (4 credits) 1 3. MGA 201 Introduction to Accounting I 4. MGA 202 Introduction to Accounting II 5. MGQ 201 Introduction to Computers and Statistics (4 credits) 2 6. MTH 131 Mathematical Analysis f Management (4 credits) 1 7. PSY 101 Introducty Psychology 1 Required Modules f Business 8. MGB 301 Organizational Behavi and Administration 9. MGE 302 Applied Economics MGF 301 Cpation Finance MGG 300 Career Strategies, Planning, and Management (2 credits) 12. MGI 301 Human Resources Management and Lab Relations f Managers 13. MGM 301 Principles of Marketing 14. MGO 302 Production and Operations Management MGO 403 Fundamentals of Strategic Management 16. MGQ 301 Statistical Decisions in Management MGS 351 Introduction to Management Infmation Systems (4 credits) MGT 401 Public Policy, Law and Management Prerequisite Modules f Psychology 19. MTH 115 Survey of Algebra and Trigonometry (4 credits) 1 PSY 101 Introducty Psychology PSY 207 Psychological Statistics (4 credits) PSY 250 Scientific Inquiry in Psychology What I loved most about SIM GE were the opptunities to do something different. I was privileged to get a scholarship to go on an overseas educational immersion programme as well as being placed on the All Rounder Student scheme. As a student leader, I also had the hon of wking with some of the most talented peers; the experience taught me a great deal about respect, empathy and being a person f others. (2013) Sean Loke Graduate, Class of 2011 Bachel of Science (Business Administration) and Bachel of Arts (Psychology) 17

20 Required Modules f Psychology level module 1 - Clinical This module may include: Psychology of Personality, Abnmal Psychology, Community Psychology, Clinical Psychology Health Psychology level module 2 - Social This module may include: Social Psychology, Social Conflict and Its Resolution, Psychology of Wk in Organizations Developmental Psychology level module 3 - Cognitive This module may include: Cognitive Psychology, Introduction to Cognitive Science:Concepts of the Mind Sensy Processes and Perception level module 4 - Behavial Neuroscience This module may include: Biopsychology level Psychology modules (9 credits) General Education 29. ESL 407 Written English I 30. ESL 408 Written English II 31. MUS 113 Music and Society MUS 115 Understanding Music MUS 116 They of Music f Nonmajs MUS 264 Wld Music 32. NTR 108 Human Nutrition NTR 109 Nutrition in Practice NTR 110 Nutrition in Practice Lab (1 credit) PHI 101 Introduction to Philosophy PHI 107 Ethics PHI 115 Critical Thinking 36. UGC 111 Wld Civilizations I 37. UGC 112 Wld Civilizations II 38. UGC 211 American Pluralism and the Search f Equality Concentrations (choose one) Financial Analysis 39. MGA 306 Financial Repting and Analysis 40. MGF 402 Investment Management 41. MGF 403 International Financial Management 42. MGF 405 Advanced Cpate Finance International Business 4 Choose three of the following: 39. GEO 330 Dynamics of International Business GEO 333 Bases of Wld Commerce GEO 334 International Environments and Commercial Problems 1 MGF 403 International Financial Management Marketing 39. MGM 403 Marketing Research 40. MGM 404 Consumer Behavi Choose one of the following: 41. MGM 402 Selling and Sales Fce Management MGM 406 Product and Brand Management MGM 409 Advertising and Promotion Free Electives (from other majs) credits (non-mg modules) 1. Meets general education requirements. 2. These are digital access modules. Digital Access is the phrase used by UB School of Management to designate what is known generically as an electronic platfm (EP) module. EP module delivery refers to a technological platfm through which existing lecture-based modules are distributed to a wider constituency of students. The actual delivery of the class is captured on digital video as it happens, and the resulting Windows Media Player file is immediately posted to UBLearns. Students use the internet to access lectures and print module materials at times convenient to their individual schedules. 3. These are online modules. Local resource persons may conduct weekly sessions f selected modules. 4. Students must complete a two-semester module sequence in a feign language, demonstrate proficiency in a language other than English equivalent to completion of a first-year, second-semester module. Note: The modules offered are subject to change. 18

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