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BGA Degree Program Information

 

PROGRAM SUMMARY

Degree Selected BGA (Code: 3)
Major / Specialty

BA in
Global Affairs

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Credits Required (US/USCH) 120 [ Definitions ] [+/- 4 credits*]
Credits Required (EU/ECTS) 180 [more about ECTS | Bologna]
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Academic Standards

Please note that standard roadmaps do not apply to post-graduate programs.

PRIMARY COURSES
Code
Course Name
USCH

International Academic and Professional Paper Writing

1

Argumentation and Critical Thinking

2

Critical Thinking: Consider the Verdict

2

Fundamentals of Management

3

Prealgebra

3

Algebra 1

3

Algebra 2

3

Human Relations for Career and Success

2

Practical Business Ethics for the Busy Manager

2

Legacies of Great Economists

1

Geometry

3

Trigonometry

3

Contemporary Economic Issues

2

History of the U.S. Economy in the 20th Century

2

Writing and Speaking at Work

1

Strategic Management: Concepts and Cases

2

Finance and Accounting for the Non-Financial Manager

2

Precalculus with Limits

3

Change and Motion: Calculus Made Clear

2

Business Statistics

3

Mastering Public Speaking

3

Business Law: Contracts

1

The Portable MBA

3

The Portable MBA in Management

2

Information Systems Today

3
 
Total Credit Hours (USCH):
57

ELECTIVE COURSES

Note: All courses available in the EUCLID database can be considered elective, after review and approval by your EUCLID counselor. Graduate level degrees may include a certain number of undergraduate electives. Likewise, undergraduate roadmaps may be built using graduate level courses. Again, prospective students are reminded that the final degree roadmap must be reviewed and approved by the Admissions Officer to ensure logical progression of subjects covered and conformity with international standards.

STANDARD DEGREE ROADMAP - SUGGESTED ELECTIVES
Code
Course Name
US Credits

Writing and Speaking at Work

1

1

Introduction to Law: Its Dynamic Nature

3

3

Great Ideas of Psychology

3

3

Basic Mathematics

0

0

Digital Business: Concepts and Strategy

2

2

Administrative Office Management: An Introduction

3

3

Economics

2

2

Introduction to Greek Philosophy

1

1

Foundations of Western Civilization

3

3

Renaissance, Rise of Nations & Western Civilization Modern Age

4

4

United States and the Middle East: 1914 to 9/11

4

4

Story of Human Language

2

2

Great Authors of the Western Literary Tradition, 2nd Edition

3

3

Books That Have Made History: Books That Can Change Your Life

2

2

Quest for Meaning: Values, Ethics, and the Modern Experience

1.5

1.5

World Philosophy

1.5

1.5

Theories of Human Development

2

2

 

 


   

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