School of Business
The primary goal of the School of Business is to prepare graduates to succeed in the current global business environment. The programs are geared to the mid-career adults who wish to expand their knowledge and advance professionally by earning meaningful academic credentials within a real-world context. Whether an individual's interest is in general business and management or tuned to specific highly specialized areas, the University offers programs to satisfy today's business students' needs using an educational approach which stresses both cognitive development and skill acquisition. The faculty members are both academically and professionally qualified to assist students in learning to apply their new knowledge to contemporary business issues.
I. OBJECTIVES & Learning Outcomes:
The objective of the program leading to the Bachelor of Business Administration degree (BBA) is to provide the student with a solid and well-rounded education in Business. A basic core curriculum provides a foundation in accounting, management, marketing and economics. This core is augmented by electives to meet individual goals and career objectives. The program concludes with the student submitting a paper presenting the results of research and analysis of a business problem. The basic philosophy of this program is that the student is a mature, conscientious, and responsible individual who is sincere in their desire for education. Upon successful completion of this program, students will be able to:
III. PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS: One hundred and twenty (120) semester units are required for graduation. The first part (60 units) of the Bachelor's program is the Associate Degree Program.
International students seeking admission will be required to have their prior transcripts evaluated by a Credential Evaluation Service.
The student must complete a minimum of 30 units while enrolled at Janus University. Comprehensive evaluation and counseling are most important at this degree level. Undergraduate students must complete their respective degree programs with a grade point average of C (2.0) or better.
BUS 401: Introduction to Business (3)
BUS 403: Principles of Accounting (3)
BUS 407: Macroeconomics (3)
BUS 410: Organization & Management Theory (3)
BUS 411: Principles of Marketing (3)
BUS 416: Consumer Behavior (3)
BUS 418: Principles of Management (3)
BUS 499: Senior Paper / Project (6)
BUS 402: Personnel Management (3)
BUS 404: Business Law (3)
BUS 405: Computer Methods in Business (3)
BUS 406: Microeconomics (3)
BUS 408: Business Finance (3)
BUS 409: Behavioral Science for Business (3)
BUS 412: Research & Quantitative Methods (3)
BUS 413: Ethics & Social Issues in Business (3)
BUS 414: Organization Development (3)
Additional electives, if needed, may be selected from bachelor electives in the Human Behavior or Education programs, but not previously taken, as permitted by faculty advisor.
Master of Business Administration
I. OBJECTIVES & Learning Outcomes:
The objective of the Master's program (MBA) is to enable the student to continue his/her studies and achieve additional competence and specialization in an area of business. The student will complete a core curriculum and augment this with an appropriate number of electives. The philosophy underlying this program and its administration is that the student is conscientious about continuing his studies and has also acquired additional business experience. Upon successful completion of this program, students will be able to:
II. PREREQUISITES: must have one of the following.
III. PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS:
The Masters is a non-terminal degree program and requires a minimum of thirty-six (36) semester units beyond the bachelor's degree. Students must complete a minimum of thirty (30) semester units of graduate study while enrolled at Janus University. Graduate students must complete their respective degree programs with a grade point average of B (3.0) or better. The Masters Degree is the first 36 units of the graduate program culminating in the Doctoral Degree.
BUS 504: Management Finance (3)
BUS 510: Marketing Management (3)
BUS 514: Human Resources Management (3)
BUS 522: Business Strategy & Policy (3)
BUS 698: Thesis I (3)
BUS 699: Thesis II (3)
BUS 612: Economics & Public Policy (3)
BUS 616: Advanced Quantitative Methods (3)
BUS 620: Managerial Accounting (3)
BUS 624: Organization Design (3)
BUS 625: Leadership Behavior & Motivation (3)
TQM 633: Applied Dynamics of Teams, Employee Empowerment, & Culture Change (3)