BA Business Administration
It qualifies students to perform administrative functions within the financial and administrative field in the private or public sector. This is accomplished by facilitating problem-based learning and through the active use of ICT.
Key words for the first two years: Business, micro-and macroeconomics; marketing and information technology; mathematics; financial accounting analysis; business law; organisation subjects; statistics, investment and financing, macroeconomic theory and policy; international / public finance; operations, accounting and budgeting; social science methods and business strategy.
In the third year, students may choose from among:
- Tourism Studies
- International Marketing Studies
- Innovation & Entrepreneurship Studies
- Certified Accountancy
- Computer Science
- Further studies / profiling in business administration
The study programme follows the "The curriculum for the three-year Bachelor's degree programme in Economic and Administrative Studies", adopted by the National Council for Economic and Administrative Studies (NRØA) and recommended as a common framework for Bachelor's degrees in economic and administrative studies.
The curriculum ensures a high academic level and a uniform structure in the economic and administrative studies programmes.
The programme is interdisciplinary and vocational, and provides a good starting point for employment in the public and private sectors. It provides qualification for admission to master’s degree programmes at university colleges and universities in Norway and abroad.