Undergraduate Degree

The College of Business offers Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) with the following concentrations: 

Accounting and Finance are two of the fastest growing professions worldwide. The Accounting and Finance concentrations at PU provide excellent job opportunities as they prepares students for an array of promising and financially rewarding careers. Students majoring in Accounting and Finance will gain technical and professional knowledge as well as the skills that form the foundation for careers and jobs as Business Analyst, Forensic Accountants, Internal and External Auditors, Certified Public Accountants, Financial Analysts, Financial Advisors and Bankers. PU's accounting and finance courses are taught by qualified and experienced faculty members who believe in personalized attention for their students. Faculty members are actively involved in applied research projects and professional organizations that keep them current with their areas of expertise.

Marketing is one of the most critical functions in organizations. It provides the competitive edge needed for growth in today's competitive economies. As such, Marketing graduates are in high demand for a variety of careers in business and industry. Students majoring in Marketing will study market and marketing research, advertising, promotion, product and brand management, retail management, distribution, marketing research, sales and sales management. These courses will provide the skills needed for careers and jobs as Advertising Manager, Marketing Director, Public Relations Specialist, Product Manager, Sales and Client Representative. PU's Marketing courses are taught by qualified and experienced faculty members who believe in personalized attention for their students. Faculty members are actively involved in applied research projects and professional organizations that keep them current with their areas of expertise.

The entrepreneurship concentration focuses on many aspects of the business functions. The field of entrepreneurship is one that relies heavily on the ability to adapt to change and exploit new markets and opportunities. Students who select the entrepreneurship track are usually business-oriented and seek to develop their own business, rather than entering an existing business. Successful entrepreneurs and new business owners should know that even the best ideas will go nowhere without a plan - and that the best plans will go nowhere without the will and skill to execute them. As such, the entrepreneurship concentration in the College of Business at PU is designed to give students the knowledge and skills needed to prepare a executable plan for your new ideas and new business ventures.

Today, businesses compete as much based on competent workforce as they do on physical capital. Operations and Human Capital Management is the business functional area that involves identifying talents, acquiring and hiring talents, training and developing employees, planning benefits and compensation systems, and retaining the human component of the enterprise. The Human Resource function involves the identification of the human skill, which combined with the business physical capital, ensures the ongoing success of the venture. PU's Operations and Human Capital Management courses are taught by qualified and experienced faculty members who believe in personalized attention for their students. Faculty members are actively involved in applied research projects and professional organizations that keep them current with their areas of expertise.

The Operations and Supply Chain Management concentration focuses on process excellence from the beginning till the end of the operations cycle. Supply chain management manages the flow of goods, information, finances, and services, in order to deliver maximum value to the consumer, while minimizing the costs of the flow. Operations management is responsible for supplying the product or service of the organization and managing the conversion or transformation process that converts inputs into outputs. Career opportunities include Supply Chain Specialist, Logistics Manager, Inventory and Warehouse Manager, Quality Manager, Capacity Manager, among others. PU's Operations and Supply Chain management courses are taught by qualified and experienced faculty members who believe in personalized attention for their students. Faculty members are actively involved in applied research projects and professional organizations that keep them current with their areas of expertise