The UIC BBA is an intensive program spread over a three-year period during which students learn the fundamentals of management science and acquire best business practices. The main topics include accounting principles, business economics, business law, principles of finance, computing, marketing, etc. These course subjects are synchronized with international business standards programs offered by most business schools in Europe, North America and Asia including our strategic partners.
Not only it is the most coveted undergraduate degree in the world before the MBA. It's also a stepping stone to your career takeoff in business and professional development.
In addition to being in a Business Class of it’s own in Morocco, this brand new track developed in affiliation with University of Cincinnati comes with many incentives, perks and international opportunities.
The applicant must have completed the high school degree that is recognized by Morocco’s Ministry of Higher Education; etc. from a state recognized and authorized academic institution including public and private entities in MENA, UE, Canada and Africa.
1. English test
Evidence of English Proficiency Undergraduate applicants require one of the following exams as proof of English proficiency;
1 - UIC’s Language Proficiency Test: minimum level of CEFR B2.1 for Speaking, Listening, Reading, and Writing
2 - TOEFL score of > 60 or higher (TOEFL iBT); all sub-scores must meet a minimum level of 15
3 - IELTS score of > 5.5 of higher. Speaking and listening: 5.5 or higher, Reading and Writing: 5.0 or higher
2. Screening test
The interview, conducted in English, focuses on interpersonal skills, motivation, fluency of expression and the capacity to meet the academic requirements.
- Year 1 covers all you need to know about management science fundamentals in an engaging academic environment. You will study core business topics and learn all the key concepts necessary to harness your business acumen.
- Year 2 opens the way to a broader understanding of today’s business challenges facing small, medium and large companies locally and internationally. You will learn how to formulate, judge, and deal with the critical and disruptive issues facing local and global managers alike in an interdisciplinary, interactive and innovative manner.
-Year 3 strengthens the notions and concepts acquired in the first two years. At this stage of academic grooming, you will have the opportunity to develop your professional and business skills through an in-depth study and internship within leading firms to get you off the starting block in life and in business.
|S1||Business organization & system|
|Introduction to law|
|Business economics (micro)|
|Descriptive statistics and data visualization|
|Effective communication skills I
|S2||Principles of management|
|Principles of marketing|
|Principles of finance|
|Basics of cost accounting|
|Elective language (arabic french spanish)
Effective communication skills II
|Human resource management & organizational behavior|
|Business economic (macro)|
|I.T in management|
|S4||Production & operations
|Industrial relations & labour laws|
|Contemporary business thinking|
|Management information system|
|S5||Supply & chain logistics|
(Tools & analysis )
|S6||Business planning & project management|
|Management control system|
|Professional project and internship:
. Course (framework)
. Internship report and sustainability