|Faculty / Department / Degree||Specialized Subjects||Liberal Arts||Total Credits|
|Management / Management / BBA||72 credits or more||28 credits or more||124 credits or more|
- Compulsory Subjects: Case Writing Seminar I, II, III, IV (2 credits each), Original Case (4 credits) (all included in Specialized Subject)
- Each course equals to 2 NUCB credits, which is equivalent to 90 hours of study (23.3 class hours and 66.7 hours of self-study)
- Students must be enrolled for at least four-years to graduate
Internships & Study Abroad
For internships, students can gain up to 6 liberal arts credits for a maximum duration of 3 months. Students who also take advantage of the overseas exchange program are also able to transfer up to 60 NUCB credits for the entire 4-years.
From Year 3, every student must belong to a Case Writing Seminar, as a graduation requirement. Under the supervision of the Case Advisor (Seminar instructor), you will aim to acquire the necessary skills to write and develop your own and original case.
Credits for ‘Case Writing Seminar I, II, III, IV’ will be provisionally certified in each semester and will be officially certified upon submission of the written case, as part of the Specialized Subject’s credits. It will last 1 hour every week, or 2 hours every other week.
The 'Original Case' is the final undergraduate paper that you will need to submit and present, as a graduation requirement. After studying numerous cases during your study, it will be your turn to develop an original case by evaluating the company in which you are interested from the decision maker's perspective (executive, managers, etc.).
Taking into account the existing and potential troubles faced by the decision-maker, you need to analyze and interpret data to devise growth strategies for the future. This project provides you with an excellent opportunity to think about your own stance as an organization’s decision-maker and to exhibit your efforts and knowledge gained during the 4 years of study.
Our mission is to educate innovative and ethical leaders who possess a ʻFrontier Spiritʼ and to create knowledge that advances business and society. The university awards the degree to those who exhibit the following abilities and acquire the ‘Frontier Spirit’, which is the founding philosophy of the university.
- The logical thinking skills to solve diverse problems
- The understanding of the importance of diversity (in terms of geography, gender, generation, industry, etc.)
- The understanding of the importance of ethical and social decision making
- The ability to convey and describe contents logically and clearly