Bachelor of Business Administration
Program Description
The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) is a full-time, 180 ECTS program that is divided into three years. Classes are lectured by qualified faculty with an international curriculum. Students also participate in internships, company visits and excursions, forums and symposia, guest speaker presentations/webinars, e-conferences and much more.
The program culminates with the submission and defence of a thesis, on a business-related subject of the student’s choosing. Students who successfully complete the program are awarded the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Computer Science & Skills
We utilize an innovative approach to team-based online learning, as we strongly believe that this approach reflects today’s progressive workplace. The University of Computer Science & Skill’s Bachelor of Business Administration is the program that will open the door to international career opportunities by
preparing students for the world of global business.
Learning Outcomes
Ÿ  Students will demonstrate knowledge of the principles of business administration
Ÿ  Students will demonstrate a high level of global mindedness
Ÿ  Students will exhibit a strong civic engagement and behave ethically in their community
Our Alumni
“The University of Computer Science & Skills in Lodz  is my luck maker institution who show me the world with open my third eye and adapting a different approach to life. I can say that UCSS has prepared me 
academically and confidencely.
Mickeal Kuchokesky Ukraine
“My experience at the UCSS has been absolutely LIFE CHANGING! Not only was I inspired in ways I’ve never been before, When I left my country and came to Poland,I have no one known here but my university is become same as my mother to lookafter me for everything.I am Just thinking about it brings happy tears to my eyes” I can say confidencely UCSS is the very best.
Kumar Boss India
Entry Criteria
Students seeking admission to the BBA program must have completed their secondary education equivalent to:
Ÿ  Polish high school, Swiss Matura, German Abitur, French Baccalaureate, English ‘A’ levels or Italian Diploma di Scuola Secondaria Superiore.
Ÿ  International Baccalaureate, a US High School Diploma, International general certificate of secondary education (IGCSE) at ordinary level (O Level) and general certificate of education at advanced level (GCE A level) with 7 different subjects (5 at ordinary level and 2 at advanced level)
Ÿ  All Arab official secondary certificates (As certified by local governments)
Ÿ  All other applicants with 12 years of schooling up to high school who do not satisfy any of the above conditions stated in items 1, 2 and 3 (such as the US) should enroll via in our
collaborated freshmen program to accomplish 30 credits of general education courses before joining the sophomore year
Policies and Procedures for Exceptions to Admissions Criteria
UCSS allows candidates who do not hold recognized secondary school certificates as per the entry criteria to enrol at the BBA program Level and take courses toward a degree from UCSS.
Such applicants should have gained at least 10 years of leadership experience and passed any of the designated internationally approved English Exams stated within the entry criteria section of the BBA program.
Transfer Credit Policy
Applicants for the Undergraduate program BBA/BBM, are exempted from an English exam provided they completed their last schooling year (Baccalaureate or any of its
equivalence listed in the entry criteria) at a recognized school where the medium of teaching is English.
In case this condition is unmet, then, the applicant needs to sit for one of the listed English exams:
Ÿ  Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL PBT) – minimum score: 57
Ÿ  Internet Based Test (iBT) – minimum score: 61
Ÿ  International English Language Test (IELTS) – minimum score: 6.0
Ÿ  Pearson Test of English Academic Score Report – minimum score: 44
Ÿ  Duolingo English Test – minimum score: 95
Ÿ  4-skill Michigan English Test (MET) – minimum score: 53
Ÿ  Michigan Examination for the Certificate of Competency in English (ECCE) – minimum score: 650/LP
Ÿ  Michigan Examination for the Certificate of Proficiency in English (ECPE) – minimum score: 650/LP
Applicants aiming to join the BBA program and who have already started a bachelor’s
level program in an authorized institution other than UCSS are subject to the below transfer policy:
Ÿ  An official transcript of record showing courses and grades earned must be scanned. All certificates and transcripts should be translated into English unless they are issued in German, Italian or French.
Ÿ  The admissions department validates the authenticity/legality of the transcript and its issuing institution.
Ÿ  Once authenticity is proven, a copy the transcript is sent to the transfer committee comprised of the Academic Dean and Head of Admissions.
Ÿ  The Academic Dean matches and maps the transcript courses with a passing
grade against UCSS’s list of courses for transfer equivalence decisions. Certain courses, even though passed, might not be transferred in case they substantially differ from UCSS’s bachelor’s courses.
Ÿ  The committee then approves transfer of credits of courses that are only passed and strictly denies transferring credits of failed courses based on the Academic Dean’s transfer equivalence decision.
Ÿ  The number of credits to be transferred are modified so that they fit a common practice or norm used for conversion into the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS).
Ÿ  UCSS grants up to 40% credits to transferring students of the BBA program requirements at UCSS; thus, students need to accomplish at least 60% of their
course requirements at UCSS so that they earn UCSS’s Bachelor’s degree.
Bachelor of Business Administration degree explores in depth and in complex contexts how businesses design and operate internal structures and systems that support a business’ goals which ensures that they gain and maintain a competitive advantage. The program awards 60 ECTS, equivalent to 30 US credits.
Course Curriculum
You begin your business education in the first year of your freshman’s year at UCSS, and you distribute your study of business over three years. As a freshman, you’ll jump right into the basics, which positions you for the
advanced options you’ll choose from later. UCSS’s  undergraduate curriculum is designed to give you the maximum degree of choice and flexibility, while also providing insights into all the major fields and functions of management. You will take business courses from many different disciplines and have the opportunity to concentrate in one or several major fields.
The final degree will be awarded by UCSS  upon completion of the BBA program.
Modules during your first year:
BUS101 Introduction to Business - 2 US Credits / 4 ECTS
Have you ever wondered what qualities billionaire Warren Buffet, visionary Steve Jobs, or upcoming Jeff Bezos of all have in common? After you finish studying business practices in this course, you may discover that you have some of the same qualities as other successful entrepreneurs. This course is designed as a survey course that will expose you to business terminology, concepts, and current business issues. The intent is to develop a viable business vocabulary, foster critical and analytical thinking, and refine your business decision-making skills. These skills will be acquired by reading relevant material, class exercises, and research assignments in this course that simulate the workplace today. By delving into the five units of this course, you will be able to fine tune your direction and choice of career in business. A major goal of your education is to help you become a citizen who can contribute and compete in an increasingly global environment. Elements of this course will focus on multicultural aspects of markets and business. Additional
elements will ask you to look at other countries and evaluate the combination of business models and country characteristics.
BEN102 Business English - 2 US Credits / 4 ECTS
This course is designed improve your lingual skills as well as acquainting you with business terminology. It follows a flexible program in order to ensure that once you join SSM, you will be practicing various techniques of how to present yourself in a professional manner. It will include techniques of reading, writing, presenting and debating, which are 4 key elements of communication.

Bachelor in Business Administration BBA (Faculty of Management)

I cycle programme (BBA)

(6 semesters)

  • full-time mode (week)
  • extra-mural mode (weekends)

The studies in the field of Management provide theoretical and practical knowledge on all areas of modern business management, organizations and institutions (including local government). The scope of the material relates to the elements of management science, finance, marketing, accounting, human resources management, information technology, quality management, organization of activities at the local and international elements of the related sciences - psychology, sociology, economics and modern languages. Not only does it provide the students with the ability to acquire knowledge, but also improves their personal skills, develops the potential of personality, offers the opportunity to acquire professional skills and start professional training consistent with their specialization. They allow to take employment in professional and managerial positions in companies, government institutions and public safety organizations, etc. Graduation also provides all the necessary qualifications to start their own business.

Students may choose the following specialisations:

  • Internal Audit and Financial Control
  • Real Estate Management
  • Management of Health Protection Units
  • Occupational Health and Safety Management
  • Transport Management
  • Travel & Tourism Management
  • Hotel Management
  • Hospital Management
  • BankIng & Insurance Management

Description of specializations:

Internal audit and financial control

Highly dynamic changes that may be observed in today’s economy force organization management in both public and private sectors to introduce or reestablish control mechanisms for supervising operation of their units. One of very important support tools is, undoubtedly, internal audit and financial control that guarantee proper functioning of such units.

Opting for this major students may broaden their knowledge of methods used to improve organization management processes by e.g. development of internal control systems including financial control. They also acquire a profound knowledge of internal audit, various aspects of organization operation, become familiar with work methods used by an internal auditor, learn to identify, diagnose and solve problems related to management, plan and conduct an internal audit; they can cooperate with managers responsible for different fields of an organization operation.

After obtaining the diploma graduates may be employed as: internal auditors, financial control inspectors, quality control inspectors, supervision inspectors, financial coordinators or specialists, controllers, analysts in institutions providing services in management, management consulting; they can also set up their own business operation.

Students undergo practical training in audit firms or audited companies.

Real estate management

In the last decade the real estate market has been one of the most dynamically growing segments of the Polish economy. This development as well as Poland’s membership in the European Union caused a necessity to prepare specialists representing completely new professions. One of the most sought-after specialists are real estate managers with theoretical and practical knowledge and skills of diagnosing and solving problems concerning management of real estates as well as human, material, financial and information resources.

You are the one who may become a real estate or housing cooperative manager, find employment in offices specializing in administration and management of real estates, or institutions and agencies offering services such as real estate management consulting, real estate brokerage, real estate valuation and administration; you may become a member of management staff or work for local authorities administration taking the position of a specialist for planning investments in real estates, but you may also run your own business operation providing real estate management services.

You do not have to be employed in Lodz or even in Poland. You may easily find a job in other markets of the EU countries which are open to Polish people.

Management of health protection units

According to the World Health Organization health protection includes all kinds of action aimed at promoting healthy lifestyle that comprises preventive and mitigation measures as well as medications applied not only to individuals but also to the whole population. There are lots of factors that influence our health condition such as emotions, financial situation, environment, lifestyle, eating habits, however, it is only up to us to decide how we take care about our health, what preventive actions we take to stay in good shape for long years.

Students who choose this major learn to recognize demographic environment, social conditions and human health threats, organize and implement health protection programmes, apply methods of economics and health protection management in practice. They acquire specialist knowledge and practical skills to the extent of managing public and private health service entities; they can become managers who effectively administer health service units. Health service units may be effectively administered only by managers with professional preparation who have both knowledge of health service units operation and restructuring as well as quality system implementation and human resources management, but who also have skills of analyzing and recognizing the real needs of the health market being supported by the latest IT technologies. It is you who may easily find employment as a member of management staff administering public and non-public health care units; you can take up jobs in health departments, government administration institutions and local authorities units, administration sections of health care units and health insurance institutions. Good work organization in such institutions as well as effective management guarantee efficient health service.

Students undergo practical training in such health service institutions as: hospitals, social welfare centres, outpatient clinics and hospices.

Occupational health and safety management

Poland’s membership in the European Union, our country’s economic growth, ordinance concerning occupational health and safety (OH&S) introduced in 2005 as well as an increasing awareness of OH&S issues among employers forces a greater importance attached to safety in employment institutions. On the other hand, employees pay more and more attention to workplace occupational risk.

This major enables students to gain a broad knowledge supported by modern technologies and skills necessary for creative organization of OH&S service work, safety management, risk assessment, prevention of industrial accidents and failures leading to health loss or even death.

Students are taught how to organize workplace conditions that guarantee proper and safe work, diagnose and solve practical OH&S problems; they also learn to recognize threats and prevent them, gain the skill of supervising work of teams in extreme conditions and communicating in crisis situations.

Graduates become sought-after employees of enterprises’ OH&S staff, companies providing OH&S services, centres offering OH&S training courses. They may take up jobs of OH&S service managers, members of high and mid-level OH&S management staff, OH&S instructors and OH&S specialists in all economy sectors: state administration, local authorities, uniformed services, health service, educational institutions, construction industry, etc.

Students undergo training in entities conducting OH&S courses and employment institutions having OH&S sections.

Transport management

Crowded cities and roads force us to develop more and more effective and efficient methods of transport and communication network management. Transport has been always crucial both in modern economy and in everyday private life. It is also our membership in the European Union that makes it necessary to become familiar with regulations, communication systems and development trends observed in the transport business in Europe.

This course enables students to fully understand an increasingly complex process of public transport organization and efficiently manage its operation. They learn to plan, design, implement, model and employ transport systems and manage transport projects using modern information technologies, new concepts and methods of management. It may be city public transport, large companies, individual carriers or even their own transport or courier companies operating within the country or on an international basis.

Students also acquire skills necessary to organize and manage business operation in all transport sections, in large industrial and transport companies, machine ports, public transport institutions; organize and manage operational transport sections in business organizations, use modern methods and technologies supporting effective management of transport companies; provide road traffic safety and protection.

Graduates may become managers, specialists, analysts and supervisors in: international or domestic transport enterprises, passenger transport companies, transport departments of industrial plants, companies producing transport means, public institutions responsible for communication and public transport or logistics centres.

Students undergo training in renowned companies such as MPK, PKS, taxi firms or logistics companies.

Bachelor of Management (Hospitality)
Bachelor of Management (Hospitality) is a four years academic program which offers knowledge and competencies, to students who have chosen a career in this service industries. Students may select either hotel or tourism sector. The experiential learning, project-based approach and practical training will provide students with necessary competencies to function effectively in the industry.
The program prepares students for career in following areas:
·        Kitchen Management and chef.
·        Restaurant and Hotel Management and Ownership
·        Hotels room division Management
·        Casino Management and Operation
·        Convention, special events, meeting planning and tourism agencies
·        Cruise line (Fastest growing segment of the industries)
·        Public relation
·        Airlines
Syllabus of Bachelor of Management (Hospitality)

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