The University Of Georgia
Program name: Business Administration
Study Level: Undergraduate
Program leader: Eka Gegeshidze
Study language: English
Qualification: Bachelor of Business Administration
Program capacity: 240
Program permission: English language B1 level (70%) and other legislative requirements. namely citizens of Georgia should successfully pass Unified National Entrance Examinations. Foreign high-school graduates who received complete general education abroad or its equivalent and the last two years of complete general education had studied abroad or students who lived abroad for the last two or more years and who are currently studying abroad in higher educational institutions recognized by the legislation of the host countries will be able to enter the program without passing Uniform National Entrance Examinations according to Order №224/N of the Minister of Education and Science of Georgia (December 29, 2011). International certificates will be recognized to confirm English level: • TOEFL IBT – at least score 70. • IELTS – at least score 4.5. • PTE General – at least level B1. • FCE – at least level B. • CPE – satisfactory pass. • CAE – satisfactory pass. The University of Georgia will conduct the B1 level test, where 70% of the test will be considered as confirmation of the competence, for the students who do not have the English language competence certificates.
Program goals:

The program aims to deliver latest knowledge in modern business administration and to prepare highly qualified, competitive, professional specialists in the major directions of business - management, marketing, finance and accounting. Upon completion of the program the student will develop basic entrepreneurial skills, will receive the knowledge and experience needed for lower and middle level managers for local and international markets. Graduates will have knowledge of general methods for evaluating strategic alternatives, developing competitive business strategies, organizing functional subsystems of management and optimizing business operations considering strategic, industrial, financial, administrative, international, social-psychological, cultural-ethical aspects of management and skills to Identify business environmental factors, develop strategic plan for an organization evolving marketing strategies and implement it to achieve organization’s mission, set managerial plans and goals, select effective work force, participate in decision making process about planning operations based on predetermined directions; Graduates will consider responsibilities toward the community and state expressed as respect to the law and business ethics and readiness to establish these values to contribute to the development of the field. Graduates will also be able to disclose their professional interests and improve their knowledge at higher level of teaching.

Methods for Attaining Learning Outcomes:
  • Lecture-seminars
  • Explanatory method
  • Demonstration method
  • Interactive lectures
  • News analysis
  • Practical work
  • Team work
  • Critical analysis
  • Problem solving exercises
  • Case study
  • Literature analysis
  • Workbook methods
  • Relevant material search out from various electronic and paper-based resources
  • Written work methods
  • Verbal/oral method
  • Discussion
Learning outcomes:
Knowledge and understanding
    • Describes the strategic, manufacturing, financial, administrative, global, socio-psychological, cultural-ethical aspects of management in alignment with competitive business strategies, the organization of functional subsystems of management, and the general methodology for planning business operations.
    • Explains fundamental marketing concepts, competitive positioning principles, and the development of market-oriented marketing strategies, emphasizing the creation of an effective network of collaboration with customers and other participants in the value chain.
    • Addresses communication processes, laws, verbal and non-verbal communication in multicultural environments, highlighting their significance for the effective functioning of the global business environment. Discusses principles of microeconomics and macroeconomics, the role of competition in production and pricing, the importance of gross domestic and national product, factors contributing to unemployment, and market laws.

  • Skills
    • Analyzes factors related to the functional areas of business necessary for crafting an effective organizational strategy.
    • Develops and implements research/practical projects or papers using relevant technologies.
    • Participates in the process of operational planning and decision-making.
    • Applies appropriate mathematical and statistical-probability tools to solve business challenges.
    • Establishes budgets and financial reporting documents based on the processing of financial information in compliance with financial accounting frameworks, principles, and procedures.
    • Assesses the financial condition of the company through the processing and interpretation of its financial statements.
    • Determines the profitability of investment projects by calculating profitability and risk independently.
    • Utilizes modern information and communication technologies.

  • Responsibility and autonomy
    • Establishes a personal action plan for his/her own learning process and professional development based on identified needs.
    • Recognizes the significance of ethics and ethical conduct when collaborating with business partners from diverse perspectives and cultures, incorporating necessary ethical innovations and principles.
  • Date of approval: 06-13-2012
    Approval protocol number: 21-12
    Date of program update:
    Update protocol number: 20-18
    Program details:

    In order to earn a bachelor's degree in Business Administration, student is required to collect 240 ECTS, which includes: the program core courses - 162 ECTS in total and 78 ECTS from the rest of the Bachelor's Program in Business Administration (program elective subjects, as well as subjects from different blocks) In order to deepen knowledge in concentration the student should take the core subjects of the program - 162 ECTS. The remaining credits can be filled from the elective courses of Business Administration Program or courses of concentrations.

    Teaching Process Characteristics:

    Program Core

    Code Subject ECTS Semester
    BUSN1210EBasics of Business and Economics6 1
    INFO1133EMS office6 1
    LAWB4310EBusiness Law6 1
    MATH1220EMathematical Methods I6 1
    MGMT1515EBusiness Ethics6 1
    ECON1290EPrinciples of Microeconomics6 2
    HIST1118ECivilizations and Developments of Humankind6 2
    MATH1218EMathematical Methods II6 2
    MGMT2110EBasics of Management6 2
    MKTG2210EBasics of Marketing6 2
    ACCT2122EFinancial Accounting I (basics, Part I)6 3
    ECON2190EPrinciples of Macroeconomics6 3
    ECON3210EBasics of International Business and economics6 3
    MGMT3211EHuman Resource Management6 3
    STAT2218EBusiness Statistics6 3
    ACCT2221EFinancial Accounting I (basics, Part II)6 4
    MGMT2210EFundamentals of the Strategic Management6 4
    MGMT3110EBasics of Operation Management6 4
    MGMT3221EBusiness-communications6 4
    MGMT4220EProject Management6 4
    ACCT2210EBasics of Managerial Accounting6 5
    FINA3115EPrinciples of Finance6 5
    BUSN4250EProject and Thesis in Business Adminsitration30 8

    Credits sum:


    Program Elective

    Code Subject ECTS
    CIMA1111EManagerial Accounting6
    ENGL1110EGeneral English I6
    KART1141Georgian, as a second language I6
    ECON2160EMicroeconomics I6
    ENGL1120EGeneral English II6
    HOST3215EPrinciples of Tourism6
    KART1241Georgian, as a second language II6
    MATH1413EMathematical Methods III6
    ECON2260EMicroeconomics II6
    ECON3110EHistory of Economic Thought6
    INTR4210EInternship in Business12
    INTR4309EInternship in Economics and Business administration6
    PSYC1275ESocial Psychology6

    Credits sum:


    Finance -

    FINA2211EBasics of Insurance65
    FINA3220EFundamentals of the Investment65
    FINA2212EIntroduction to Banking65
    INFO3212EDecision Modeling in MS Excel66
    ACCT3216EFinancial Accounting (Intermediate Level)66
    FINA4250EInternational Finance66
    ACCT4230EThe Principles of Audit66
    FINA4260ETrading on financial Markets66
    BUSN3210EBasics of Business and Economics Forecast67
    FINA4115ECorporative Finances (intermediate)67
    ACCT4212EInternational Standards of Financial Accounting67
    FINA2210ERisk Management67

    Credits sum:


    Marketing -

    MKTG3210EBasics of customers Behavior65
    MKTG4230EGlobal Marketing Strategies65
    MKTG4550ESocial Media Marketing65
    MKTG4110EBrand Management66
    MKTG4220EElectronic Commerce And Online Marketing66
    MKTG2609EMarketing Communications66
    MKTG3279EService Marketing66
    STAT1122ESPSS Information Systems for Statistical Data Processing66
    COMM4130EBasics of Advertising67
    COMM4120EIntroduction to Public Relations67
    MKTG3220EMarketing Researches67
    MKTG4190ESupply Chain Management67

    Credits sum:


    Management -

    FINA2211EBasics of Insurance65
    MGMT3121EBasics of Organizational Behavior65
    FINA2212EIntroduction to Banking65
    BUSN3210EBasics of Business and Economics Forecast66
    INFO3212EDecision Modeling in MS Excel66
    MGMT2111EInternational Business66
    MGMT2213EISO and TQM66
    COMM4120EIntroduction to Public Relations67
    FINA2210ERisk Management67
    MKTG4190ESupply Chain Management67

    Credits sum:


    Accounting -

    FINA2211EBasics of Insurance65
    ACCT3216EFinancial Accounting (Intermediate Level)65
    FINA2212EIntroduction to Banking65
    FINA4115ECorporative Finances (intermediate)66
    INFO3212EDecision Modeling in MS Excel66
    FINA3220EFundamentals of the Investment66
    ACCT4230EThe Principles of Audit66
    ACCT4212EInternational Standards of Financial Accounting67
    FINA2210ERisk Management67
    FINA4260ETrading on financial Markets67

    Credits sum:


    Matrix Of Privequisites

    Point GPA The university assessment   The general assessment in Georgia
    97-100 4,00 A+ A Excellent
    94-96 3,75 A
    91-93 3,50 A-
    87-90 3,25 B+   Very good
    84-86 3,00 B B
    81-83 2,75 B-  
    77-80 2,50 C+   C good
    74-76 2,25 C
    71-73 2,00 C-
    67-70 1,75 D+   D Satisfactory
    64-66 1,50 D
    61-63 1,25 D-
    51-60 1,00 E E Sufficient
    Not passed
    41-50   FX FX Insufficient
    <40   F F Failed

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