Department: Management and Organization
Program: Business Management
About The Program
Business Management Program aims to train successful employees with successful social relations who have basic business knowledge and skills, can follow and apply technological and scientific developments.
Job Opportunities After Graduation
Graduates of the Business Administration Program can be employed in management, accounting, finance, human resources, production, marketing and public relations departments in industrial, commercial and service businesses. In addition, they have the opportunity to find jobs in public and private banks, investment and financial institutions, independent accountant and certified public accountant offices.
Undergraduate Programs with External Transfer Exam
Banking, Banking and Finance, Banking and Finance, Banking and Insurance, Labour Economics and Industrial Relations, Economics and Finance, Entrepreneurship, Business, Business Information Management, Business Informatics, Business-Economics, Logistics Management, Accounting and Finance Management, Accounting and Financial Management, Accounting and Auditing, Health Management, Capital Markets, Capital Market Auditing and Rating, Capital Markets and Portfolio Management, Insurance, Insurance and Risk Management, Insurance and Social Security, Technology and Information Management, International Finance, International Finance and Banking, International Business, International Business, International Business and Trade, International Trade, Logistics and Business, International Trade, International Trade and Finance, International Trade and Finance, International Trade and Business, International Trade and Logistics, International Trade and Marketing, Management Information Systems.