The undergraduate program in Business Administration was designed according to the latest academic, scientific, and technological requirements, which include multiple fields of knowledge and skills suited to the needs of education and development programs. The program is geared toward providing the Jordanian labor market with highly-skilled, competent graduates capable of keeping pace with local and global changes and developments in the field of Business Administration, which will lead to achieving the economic and growth goals of Jordanian society.
The program aims to achieve the PSUT vision and continuously enhance the quality of learning in all business fields by including the latest research in Business to provide suitable job opportunities to the graduates and enable them to compete in the Academic field.
Departmental graduation requirements:
In addition to the university and college requirements, the student is required to pass (81) credit hours distributed as follows: (66) credit hours as the mandatory specialization requirements and (15) credit hours of elective specialization requirements.
Possible fields of work for graduates:
The Business Administration graduate can work in various administrative positions, for instance: Human Resources, Operations Management, Quality Management, Small Business Management, Development Programs, Planning, Public Relations Manager, Production Manager, Sales Manager, Business Administration, the field of Education and Administrative Studies, Administrative Supervisor, Director of Public Services, Researcher and Administrative Development Specialist, Researcher and Planning Specialist, Personnel Officer, Inspector and Personnel Specialist, Researcher and Training Specialist, Tender Auditor, Warehouse Keeper, Procurement Auditor, Integrated Consulting, Consulting in the Private Sector.
Business Administration Objectives
1. Provide Excellency in education in all business subjects.
2. Bridging the market with high competencies and skills to cope with changes and developments locally and internationally in business administration.
3. Constantly developing education by including the latest business skills to provide suitable job opportunities for business graduates and enable them to compete in the academic field.