BSBA Management and Organizational Behavior


The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with the pathway to Management and Organizational Behavior equips students with a solid foundation in business administration principles and specialized knowledge in managing individuals, teams, and organizations effectively.

This program combines core business courses with specialized coursework in management and organizational behavior to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of organizational dynamics, leadership principles, and effective management practices.

It prepares students for management roles in various industries, fostering their ability to lead teams, drive organizational effectiveness, and manage change.

Admission Criteria
  • A recognized general education diploma or its equivalent
  • Students joining MCBS must go through an English placement test to determine the appropriate English level
  • Students presenting a valid score of 5-5.5 in IELTS or 65-79 in internet based TOEFL (iBT) are exempted from the English program
  • Students will need to go through Mathematics and IT placements tests to determine their levels of proficiency in these subjects as they are part of the GFP or possible exemption
  • Mathematics placements tests will determine whether Basic Mathematics (MATH 10) and Pure Mathematics (MATH 21) can be exempted, or students will be given both or one of them
  • IT placement test will determine whether students will require to take the Information Technology foundation course (COSC 10)
Program Structure

Duration: Bachelor’s degree requires about 8 semesters or 4 years

Program delivery: 12-15 credits per normal semester and 6 credits per summer semester

Internship: Placement on a 3-month internship

Courses: Apart from courses closely related to the program, students take general education courses.

Core Courses15
Communication skills09
Social Sciences18
Math/Computer skills09
Natural Science03
Business Electives12
Non-Business Electives09
General Business requirements33

Core Courses (15 Credits)

Course CodeCourse NameCredits
MAN 309Human Resource Management3
MAN 311Advanced Management and Organizational Behavior3
MAN 317International Management3
MAN 319Employee Training & Development3
MAN 392Entrepreneurship / Small Business Management3

Career Opportunities

Graduates are prepared for careers in management and organizational behavior roles and may find employment in corporations, consulting firms, government agencies, non-profit organizations, and start-ups, among other settings.

Some common career paths include:

  1. Human Resources Manager
  2. Management Consultant
  3. Operations Manager
  4. Project Manager
  5. Team Lead or Supervisor
  6. Organizational Development Specialist
  7. Change Management Consultant
  8. Training and Development Specialist
  9. Talent Acquisition Specialist
  10. Employee Relations Specialist
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Required English Prerequisites

Department Contact

Contact Program Chair Dr. Rene Paquibut for more information.