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“This class has been one of most interesting and fun classes I have taken and I believe that is due to your passion for teaching. I have been struggling the past semester with what I want to do after I graduate in December, trying to figure out if I was in the right field, but taking your class and hearing your stories sparked a little motivation for me and now I am excited to head out into the business world.”
Sarah Sherman, 2010


THE PROGRAM CHALLENGES STUDENTS TO BECOME SUCCESSFUL MANAGERS AND LEADERS IN THEIR RESPECTIVE COUNTRIES AND INTERNATIONALLY


Today's society requires business leaders with a well-rounded, comprehensive education, not only well- trained in functional business principles but also broadly across disciplines such as politics, science, ethics, computers, or history.  A degree in Business ensures not only access to a wide array of positions, but also a significant head start and speedier climb to positions of increasing responsibility. Business graduates typically start a step or two above others on the organization's ladder, regardless of their chosen industry.  Business professions remain among the best paying worldwide and a business education is the foundation that allows entrepreneurial spirits to soar.

ACT's business curriculum is typical of the US university approach to a well-rounded comprehensive education, not mere functional training.  It produces thinking leaders that can react to a dynamic environment. The program challenges students to become successful managers and leaders in their respective countries and internationally. The school's involvement in the Balkan business network ensures an abundance of real-world examples and applications of the concepts learned.  And, ACT's business courses are taught by seasoned practitioners, many with international business experience, who provide a practical global perspective of business.

 

College Degrees

Business Administration (BS)
with concentrations in:

Minors


*can be combined with any major outside the department

Certificates
  • Global Business Management

Business Division Courses

 

Business Division Faculty

 

 

For more information, please contact:

Fanis Varvoglis, PhD
Chair
Anatolia Business School
email: varvoglis@act.edu
phone: +30-2310-398386

 

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