The undergraduate programs in Business Administration at Green Hills University develop and strengthen the skill sets, awareness, personal and professional attributes and the experiences necessary to ensure the long-term success of our students. At Green Hills University, we foster a student-centered environment in which small classrooms, reciprocal interaction with faculty members and professional and leadership development opportunities are the norm and not the exception. We provide our students with a broad-based and integrated foundation in business and management that is ultimately shaped by a rigorous concentration area based on your personal and professional interests.
Our faculty and staff members are committed to your success and provide you with all the resources of a large university business school but in an environment with a focus on you. We also recognize that much of your growth and development at the School of Business will occur outside of the classroom. We encourage our students to pursue and leverage the experiential learning activities through co-ops, internships and project work that place our students before real businesses and potential employers. Our students also have the opportunity to engage in a stimulating international experience. These are often transformative components of an undergraduate management education. Finally, we know that in order to be competitive in the job market, your communication skills must also be developed while you’re here. This is part of our commitment to you.
We have a dedicated team of individuals who are exceptionally qualified to meet your advising and your professional development needs as you matriculate through the School of Business. We strongly encourage you to take full advantage of these and similar opportunities soon after arriving enrolling in the School.
The School of Business at Green
Hills University offers the following degree programs which are listed below with their concentrations:
Bachelor of Science (BSc) with the following concentrations:
International Business Studies
International Business Management
Management International Management
Human Resources Management
International Marketing Management
Store Management & Stock Control
Purchasing & Supply Management
Leadership & Development
Management Information Systems
Retail Merchandising and Management