The AGSB undergraduate program is designed for the high school graduate with minimal work experience so that the participant will build on his/her knowledge and develop his/her skills to successfully contribute to any business organisation in an entry level general management position.
The university considers a general manager as being one who applies academic and practical concepts in order to analyse a variety of business situations on a global perspective and who works both individually and in teams to formulate ethical and reasoned judgements that are logical, supported by facts and effectively communicated.
The following are the stated Intended Student Learning Outcomes for successful participants of the BSBA program:
The conferring of a BSBA degree from AGSB University follows only after completing all three (3) of the following requirements:
A normal course of study to complete a BSBA program over three (3) years, therefore requires thirteen (13) courses of three (3) credits each to be successfully completed in each academic year.
The BSBA academic requirement is a minimum of 117 credits.
The BSBA program requires a Cumulative GPA of 2.0.
Generally, entry to the bachelor’s program requires completion and graduation at the high school level from a recognized institution. However to be judged acceptable for normal entry the student must have passed the following foundation courses:
The university may administer one or more entrance exams to determine that a candidate meets the minimum program requirements. The university may require additional foundation courses for students deemed to be academically challenged. These courses are in addition to the course requirements of the program.
Work experience is strongly recommended, especially at the graduate level, but not required.
Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) results for undergraduate applicants from an American high schools are highly recommended. Non-American applicants are not required to submit an SAT score.