BBA Program

The BBA curriculum is divided into four parts: Core, Specialization, Elective, and Foreign Language. Students specialize in one area of business and minor in a foreign language to ensure a competitive advantage. They must complete 140 credit hours, and achieve a cumulative GPA of 1.8 or higher to fulfill the graduation requirements. Students can choose to complete 140 credit hours in 3.5 years (seven semesters and six intersessions) or in 4 years.

Curriculum Components

Total 140
Category Required Credits
Core 71
Specialization 12
Elective 36
Foreign Language 21

Core courses impart essential business knowledge and are divided in Foundation, Business Skills, and General Education. Specialization courses provide in-depth knowledge in a functional area. Our graduates will thus have expertise in one functional specialization (i.e. Finance, Management, Marketing, Entrepreneurship) and will be well-prepared to meet the challenges of a globalized economy. The curriculum provides a broad choice of Elective courses in order to help students develop their soft and analytical skills. All BBA students have to complete a specific number of courses in one foreign language: Chinese or Korean. Students can choose any one of the two languages provided it is not their mother tongue. By the time of graduation, students will be proficient in three languages: mother tongue, English, and Chinese/Korean.

2nd year transfer students will have a total of 35 credits transferred and must acquire at least 105 credits at SolBridge.

Total 105
Category Required Credits
Core 69 (minus articulated credits if any)
Specialization 12
Elective 3 (or as needed)
Foreign Language 21

* If no core credits are articulated, students must complete 71 credits in core, 12 in specialization, 21 in language and 1 or as needed in elective.

3rd year transfer students will have a total of 70 credits transferred and must acquire at least 70 credits at SolBridge.

Total 69
Category Required Credits
Core 56 (minus articulated credits if any)
Specialization 12
Combined Programs (Elective or Foreign Language) 1 (or as needed)

Core Courses

Core courses impart essential business knowledge and are divided into Foundation, Business Skills, and General Education.

Study Area Core Courses Credits Syllabus
Foundation ACC101B Introduction to Accounting ▼
Course Description
The objective of this course is to provide you with a basic understanding of accounting as “the language of business”. It introduces students to the basic concepts, principles, procedures and approaches underlying the accounting process. The eventual goal is to support students to have interest in “accounting” itself. However, I warn that this course will not be an easy-going course. You will experience “excessive assignments, frequent exams and quizzes, and big projects”.
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ACC201B Financial Accounting ▼
Course Description
The goal of this course is to introduce students to financial accounting. Important concepts like the accounting equation and the accounting concepts, conventions and assumptions underlying the preparation of accounts will be explained. The preparation of accounting statements using IFRS will be emphasized. Learning and Teaching St
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BUS100 Introduction to Business and Entrepreneurship ▼
Course Description
In this course, students will be introduced to the fundamentals of business principles and concepts with reference to the global environment as well as the Asian context. Students will learn the basics of what a business is, how it operates and how it is managed. The course will clarify the various forms of business and business ownership, the role of various functions such as marketing, finance, accounting and production in business operations, and how the external environment impacts the conduct of business. Students will also be exposed to practical elements of some business functions, including branding and entrepreneurship. This course is intended to provide the basic preparation for higher level functional courses
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BUS109 Introduction to Microeconomics ▼
Course Description
This course is designed to help the students build an understanding of the economics of the market place. In particular, the course focuses on microeconomic principles that demonstrate the role and limitations of both competitive and imperfectly competitive markets in motivating socially efficient consumer, business, and public sector choices.
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BUS110 Introduction to Macroeconomics ▼
Course Description
In this course, students will be introduced to the principles of economics, in particular microeconomics. They will learn these concepts with reference to the global environment as well as the Asian context. Students will learn the basics of what economics is, how it operates and how it is managed. The course will clarify the various aspects of microeconomics. Importantly, Students will learn the concepts and also gain an insight into practical application of these concepts through different kinds of study, with the intent of promoting creative thinking.
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BUS208C Basic Statistical Methods and Applications ▼
Course Description
This course will contribute to all elements of the SolBridge mission. This will be specifically done by equipping students with the context covered in the text book and also the cases and articles covering wide range of topics. This course introduces students to deals with application of statistical methods to business problems. This course covers descriptive statistics, elementary probability, random variables and probability distributions, the binomial, Poisson, normal and "t" distributions; estimation and hypothesis testing; type I and II errors and their control
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BUS404D Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility ▼
Course Description
Students will develop an understanding for the importance of ethics in business and the corporate responsibilities that business organizations must assume in business and society. An emphasis will be on contemporary trends in corporate responsibilities with respect to ethical, legal, economic and regulatory conditions in the global marketplace. Students will be able to demonstrate professional and ethical conduct, critical thinking skills, and the confidence and ability to engage in life-long learning, and an understanding of the cultural, political, legal, technological, and economic forces that shape the global business environment.
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COM319C Business Communication ▼
Course Description
An emphasis on the practical application of theories and principles to the development of those writing skills essential to communication encounters in the business world. The course includes practice in writing business letters, resumes, memos, instructional materials and reports, and using visual aids. Offered for students enrolled in applied science and technology. A highly practical course, it teaches you to: compose clear, concise memos, letters, and short reports write an effective job application letter and resume use visual aids in oral and written presentations practice developing and using appropriate illustrations for business documents use visual aids in written presentations increase the student's ability to analyze information and organize it into written reports develop a familiarity with formats for short business reports such as progress, trip and incident reports.
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Business Skills ASM215B Korean Organizations and Management ▼
Course Description
In this course, students will be introduced to the fundamentals of business principles and concepts with reference to the Korean business environment as it exists in the Asian context. Students will learn the basics of how a Korean business sees itself, how it operates and, how it is managed. The course will touch on various forms of business, the role of various functions such as human resources, leadership, and how the external environment impacts the conduct of business. Students will also have an opportunity to view how Korean business and government ethics have influenced the success or failure of individual businesses. Importantly, Students will learn the concepts and also gain an insight into practical application of these concepts through topic research and presentation.
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ASM310B Asian Management ▼
Course Description
The course takes a comparative perspective – highlighting the unique cultural, historical, and institutional bases of Asian business systems. Hybrid – global, regional, and country-specific – processes are also identified. It highlights historical and evolutionary changes within Asian business systems due to the high growth rates of countries in the region and the emergence of large multinational enterprises (MNEs) with home countries in them, as well as globalization and pressures from a wider global community of business stakeholders. The reasons for business success in the region will be couched in the societal role of business in Asia and mounting pressures on their societal role and calls for reform emanating from various activist groups in the region.
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BUS211C People and Organization ▼
Course Description
The course is designed to help students understand and manage phenomena at the individual, interpersonal, group and systems levels. We will draw upon various kinds of knowledge conceptual, empirical, analytical, and practical. A major thrust of the course is to build insights and competencies so that the individual will become an effective leader, a positive influence in one’s home, community and corporate organizations.
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BUS308B Strategic Management ▼
Course Description
In strategic management, people seek to understand how organizations achieve their goals and what organizations can do to improve their ability to do so. The nature of the course places an emphasis on the strategy process which includes situational assessment and analysis, strategy formulation, implementation and evaluation. In addition, it is necessary to pay attention to an always-changing international environment and its cultural, political and legal aspects.
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BUS325B Operations Management ▼
Course Description
The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the fundamental concepts and techniques of operations and supply chain management for both service and manufacturing organizations. It will address the role of operations in relation to other functions and the methods to increase organizational effectiveness and efficiency. Students will also learn quantitative methods used for solving operational issues in production planning and process design
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FIN305 Introduction to Corporate Finance ▼
Course Description
The purpose of the course is to make the students familiarize themselves with the basic aspects of corporate finance with a view to maximizing firm value. The course is an introduction to financial management with emphasis on how capital can be raised and allocated within the firm to the advantage of shareholders. Topics will include: financial statement analysis, short-term financial planning, working capital management, evaluation of investment projects, and measurement of the opportunity cost of capital, capital structure, and long-term financing.
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IBS301 International Business Management ▼
Course Description
This introductory course provides an overview of conducting international business, with an emphasis on what makes international business different from domestic business. The course will explore the impact of social and political systems and the institutional environment within countries on the conduct of international business. The course will clarify how functional activities are conducted at the international level, and how the dynamic interface between host countries and firms is managed. Students will gain insights into the various alternatives for global business and their managerial implications.
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IMM305B Asian Case Workshop ▼
Course Description
This course focuses on developing our students’ Asian Expertise. The course aims to partially fulfill the following elements of SolBridge Mission: Asian Expertise, Cross-Cultural Communications and Social Responsibility with specific reference to Asian societies. Asia is a very diverse continent with a multiplicity of cultures, business practices, legal environments, economic development and political systems. Students must be aware of the impact of this diversity on managing in and across various Asian countries and cultures. To this end, students will be equipped with specific and in-depth knowledge of the socio-cultural contexts, business practices and legal-political environments of selected Asian countries. Students will also learn the application of this knowledge to practical management situations in the selected countries. This class will focus on two major Asian Countries: India and Vietnam.
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IMM306 Asian Case Study ▼
Course Description
This course is about Asian Cases. The course aims to partially fulfill the following elements of SolBridge Mission: Global Perspective, Asian Expertise, Creative Management Mind, and Social Responsibility. To this end, students will be equipped with conceptual and analytical tools needed for business. Students will learn internal and external analysis, strategic planning and implementation, communication and presentation skills. Classroom case discussions and conceptual material will cover a wide range of Asian countries. Students will participate in an Asian case analysis. Higher level managers from business and government in Asian countries and SolBridge professors work as advisors to the case studies. Under the guidance and couching from the instructors, students will work in team to analyze and develop practical solutions for the cases. Publishable quality case study reports are expected for each team. The team’s work will be evaluated for analysis, solution, presentation, creativity and quality
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INF304B Management Information Systems ▼
Course Description
Particularly, this course introduces undergraduate students to basic concepts of information systems, how they aid various management functions, IT infrastructure of a firm, underlying technologies, and introduction to essential information systems for modern day enterprises and organizations. In order to equip students with practical skills for acquisition, development and deployment of the IS, the course will include several exercises, case studies and projects on BPR, TCO/ROI, and collaborative working. A few technology exercises may also be included. The course has been arranged into four generic modules as below; shade representing instructor’s level of emphasis on the module Learning and Teaching Structure
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MKT200B Principles of Marketing ▼
Course Description
Marketing is an interesting and dynamic field. Students usually confuse with Advertising and Promotion. In this course, you will learn the nature and the scope of “principle of marketing” of which advertising and promotion are only two facets of marketing. From this course, you will have a (the) great opportunity to think strategically about marketing in (the) global perspectives. After the completion of this course, you will have a deeper understanding of marketing such as the marketing mix ‐ 4P (product, place, promotion and price), customer segmentation, marketing metrics, consumer behavior, customer value and corporate social responsibility. Furthermore, you will have an (the) opportunity to evaluate certain types of marketing strategies. The most important concept of marketing for corporations is a motivation to satisfy its customers’ requirements. It means that all marketing strategies are based on a corporate orientation to business that synthesize every corporate function to meet its customers’ needs and wants.
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General Education BUS250B Intercultural Communication ▼
Course Description
In order to be effective in increasingly multicultural environments, it is essential to be aware of cultural beliefs and values that inform behavior and practices. This course will expose students to the basic theories of intercultural communication, through which they will gain deeper insight into themselves as cultural beings and become familiar with some of the differences and similarities they may encounter in business and personal relationships within and across cultures.
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COM114D Writing and Presentation Skills ▼
Course Description
This course is designed to meet the basic business presentation and writing skills for a working professional. The presentation component will prepare students for various aspects of academic or business presentations including: in-class presentations, seminars, conferences and business proposals. Students will be instructed in how to research, write and give a presentation, ask appropriate questions in Q & A sessions, and to facilitate conference sessions and panels. In the writing component, students will learn the techniques to organize material for concision, to effectively write various types of business documents such as memos, short essays, business letters, e-mails and resumes. Students will also learn about proper usage of grammar and style, and netiquette
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GEN120B Critical Thinking ▼
Course Description
This course is designed to enhance students’ soft skills such as critical and analytical thinking, written communication, oral presentation, debate, conflict resolution, and team work problem-solving. Students will learn key academic theories for argumentation and debate and learn how to apply them to real life issues and cases. Students will actively engage in discussions and formal debates on key issues that affect businesses and the global community. In doing so, it will help further students’ growth and understanding in the five areas of SolBridge academic focus (Global Perspective, Asian Expertise, Creative Management, Cross-cultural Communication, and Social Responsibility).
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INF101B Application of Information Technology ▼
Course Description
This course will focus on creative management with global and Asian business applications. Teams, comprised of multiple nationalities, will provide cross cultural experience. These course objectives will be addressed by giving the students an opportunity to view and experience both the realities of applying existing Information technology and, creative application of evolving technologies to future business purposes. To improve the students skills in using information technology applications for the workplace, the course will include basic MS Word Suite applications training supported by free tutorials from http://www.gcflearnfree.org/office2007 . Students will be evaluated on their ability to create weekly "IT in business" reports and, progress and final reports on their selected cases
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MAT121C Quantitative Methods ▼
Course Description
This course is for students who want to obtain the essential mathematical skills used in economics and business. By the end of this course, the students are expected to be prepared to apply those widely-used quantitative methods in solving business problems. In addition, this course is aimed at developing a solid foundation to study more advanced topics in your focused academic disciplines in the future. At a minimum, students are expected to attend all classes and complete all assigned homework problems.
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MEN101B First-Year Seminar ▼
Course Description
This course is designed to help new students learn about the college community. This program provides opportunities for group work and class discussions and opportunities to engage in a real-life case study.
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Specialization courses

Specialization courses provide in-depth knowledge in a functional area. Our graduates will thus have expertise in one functional specialization (i.e. Finance, Management, Marketing, Entrepreneurship) and will be well-prepared to meet the challenges of a globalized economy.

Study Area Specialization Courses Credits Syllabus
Finance FIN407 Financial Markets and Institutions ▼
Course Description
This course examines the various financial markets that play a crucial role in helping individuals, corporations, and governments obtain financing and invest in financial assets such as stocks, bonds, mortgages, and derivatives. It includes the study of financial institutions that facilitate management of financial market transactions. Classroom case discussions and conceptual material will cover a wide range of countries from American, Europe and Asia. This course studies today’s financial system. It includes theoretical and applied topics on financial instruments, markets and institutions in the US, Europe and Asian, as well as contemporary issues and methods in financial risk management.
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ACC203 Managerial Accounting ▼
Course Description
The objective of this course is to help students acquire knowledge and understanding of the concepts, techniques of cost and management accounting and to develop skills for managerial decision making
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FIN308B Commercial Banking ▼
Course Description
The course will enable students to focus on contemporary central banking and bank regulation issues with the most up-to-date information on banking practice and bank management issues used by banks to understand the different financial features of commercial and investment banks.
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FIN412B Mergers and Acquisitions ▼
Course Description
This course is about mergers and acquisitions. Students will be equipped with conceptual and analytical tools needed for mergers and acquisitions. Classroom case discussions and conceptual material will cover a wide range of countries from American, Europe and Asia. Mergers and friendly acquisitions, hostile takeovers and initial public offering will be studied. This course studies the factors of a successful merger or acquisition. Issues about motive and strategy will be discussed, financial theory, social responsibility, and corporate valuation would be used to view these control acquiring transactions. Students will learn to develop a concept and translate that idea into a proposal through deal design; and to analyze to form opinions about proposed deals.
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FIN415 International Corporate Finance ▼
Course Description
The goal of this course is to provide the student with sufficient knowledge to understand how multinational corporations take strategic decisions involving finance and investment. The course covers topics such as types of multinational corporation; currency risk in international projects; global asset pricing models; international capital budgeting; capital structure with focus on particularities of raising capital in global capital markets.
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FIN420 Investment Analysis ▼
Course Description
This course focuses on the concepts of portfolio analysis in the general area of institutional investment management. The course discusses principles for managing investment assets that include equity and fixed-income securities. These principles can be used on corporate investment management, bankadministered trusts, and other institutional investment management.
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FIN430 Financial Derivatives ▼
Course Description
This course introduces students to valuation methods of options, futures, and related financial contracts, including futures contracts; strategies with respect to these assets; dynamic asset allocation strategies, swaps; and the use of derivatives in the context of corporate applications.
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FIN475 Special Topics in Finance ▼
Course Description
This course is about corporate finance case study. The course aims to partially fulfill the following elements of SolBridge Mission: Global Perspective, Asian Expertise, Creative Management Mind and Social Responsibility. To this end, students will be equipped with conceptual and analytical tools needed for corporate finance analysis and implication. Classroom case discussions and conceptual material will cover a wide range of countries from American, Europe and Asia. This course emphasizes the modern fundamentals of the theory of finance and its applications with corporate finance cases in the whole world. Financial analysis and forecasting, cost of capital, capital budgeting, resource allocation, dividend policy, and corporate capital structure will be studied. This course studies the factors of a successful corporate finance.
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FIN300 Finance Simulation ▼
Course Description
This course is to offer general introduction to numerical methods for solving financial problems. The course is based on extensive use of Excel’s computing capabilities, including VBA coding. Applications include option pricing, portfolio optimization in a general case of N assets and simulation of brownian motion pathways.
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FIN405 Financial Math and Modeling ▼
Course Description
This course is about financial math and modeling that are useful for financial analysis. To this end, students will be equipped on how to build financial models using Excel and VBA. This course will examine financial mathematics, equity, fixed-income, options and investment portfolio optimization problems. This course will be proceeded by both lectures and lab sessions. By the end of the course, you should be able 1) to understand the concepts in model building and its structure for financial analysis, 2) to build financial models using Excel and VBA, 3) to understand financial instruments: how to value fixed-income, equity and option securities.
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FIN404 Financial Statement Analysis ▼
Course Description
The prime goal of the course is to deliver the promise of SolBridge. SolBridge has the mission of educating the next generation of Asian Thought leaders. The school aims to instill in our graduates a Global Perspective, Asian Expertise, a solid foundation in Management Knowledge, Cross Cultural Competence and a sense of social responsibility. This course aims to partially fulfill the following elements of Solbridge Mission: Global Perspective, Asian Expertise, Creative Management Mind and Social Responsibility. The goal of this course is to prepare students to succeed as future business managers. Financial statements provide basic information for diagnosing a company's problems/strengths and for making key business decisions (i.e., making loan, investment, acquisition, employment and political decisions., etc.). This course will equip students to acquire necessary skills and methodologies to analyze financial statements in depth.
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FIN424 Investment-Stock Trading Experience ▼
Course Description
The prime goal of the course is to deliver the promise of SolBridge. SolBridge has the mission of educating the next generation of Asian Thought leaders. The school aims to instill in our graduates a Global Perspective, Asian Expertise, a solid foundation in Management Knowledge, Cross Cultural Competence and a sense of social responsibility. This course aims to partially fulfill the following elements of Solbridge Mission: Global Perspective, Asian Expertise, Creative Management Mind and Social Responsibility. This course is about how to apply investment and portfolio theory to primarily equity market trading that are essential to analysis of investment portfolio. This course can carried out efficiently by exploring risk-free live market trading. To this end, students will be equipped on how to build critical analysis and trading strategy through by using Stock-Track simulator platform.
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FIN426 Korean Banking and Financial Services Practices ▼
Course Description
The coverage of this course include examinations of overall infrastructure and modus operandi of Korean financial system including central bank and its policies, financial institutions and markets, and regulatory framework. The course will largely focus on the review of past and current state of banks and other financial institutions in Korea and how the these financial intermediaries are managed and operated at firm and industry levels in Korea, and is intended to provide students with practical understanding and insights into overall Korean financial system
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Marketing MKT300 Marketing Simulation 3 View Syllabus
MKT418C Services Marketing 3 View Syllabus
MKT311 Marketing Strategy ▼
Course Description
The focus of this course is strategic marketing analysis and marketing planning. Students will learn the components and construction of a strategic marketing plan, and they will gain considerable experience in the analysis of complex marketing decisions. In addition, this course examines the major trends in marketing including the integration of marketing communications, radical changes in the selling function and sales force, customer relationship management, the impact of e-commerce, and the broadening role of marketing throughout organizations.
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MKT401C Consumer Behaviour ▼
Course Description
This course is about what makes the consumer behave like he does and how to affect that behavior to your advantage when marketing. Consumers are the driving force of any successful marketing plan. As such, marketers have to conduct as much research into consumers and their behaviors as they can and apply the results of such research in designing, pricing, distributing, and communicating products. Consumer behaviors can be understood from two major aspects in their decision-making processes: (1) internal factors, such as perception, learning, motivation, personality, attitude, etc. and (2) external factors, such as social groups, society, culture, situational environment, etc. This course will introduce students to the basic principles of consumer behavior. It will be taught as a mixture of lectures and case studies. Important consumer behavior concepts will be introduced via classroom lectures, while opportunities to apply the gained knowledge and skills will be offered at in-class activities.
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MKT403 Brand Management ▼
Course Description
Branding is the central component of marketing strategy and the dominant theme in marketing today affecting not just Consumer Goods but also B2B, Services, and Non-Profits. This course will give students a deeper understanding of the process of brand building in a variety of business contexts, the integrated requirements for effective brand reinforcement and revitalization, and the models, measures and impact of brand equity.
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MKT408B Marketing Research ▼
Course Description
Marketing is an interesting and dynamic field. Students usually confuse with Advertising and Promotion. In this course, you will learn the nature and the scope of “principle of marketing” of which advertising and promotion are only two facets of marketing. From this course, you will have a great opportunity to think strategically about marketing in global perspectives. The most important concept of marketing for corporations is a motivation to satisfy its customers’ requirements. It means that all marketing strategies are based on a corporate orientation to business that synthesize every corporate function to meet its customers’ needs and wants. MKT408B addresses the use of marketing research as an instrument to making marketing decisions; especially, how the information used to generate marketing decisions is analyzed and performed. Accordingly, MKT408B is an appropriate course for students who would like to have a deeper understanding on marketing
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MKT415 Marketing Communications ▼
Course Description
While this course is required for Marketing Majors at Solbridge, it will be of immense benefit to anyone who is or plans to be involved in the product planning, market research, pricing, selling, communication, distribution, services delivery, and e-commerce of an organization. The primary application of the course is to help firms realize profits, but the concepts and models taught in the course can easily be applied to not for-profit or other institutions that seek to enhance their value to their various customer and stakeholder groups.The aim of this course is to provide students with an understanding of the key areas of advertising and promotion and to develop student’s ability to select and apply appropriate communication tools within a strategic and tactical framework. The coverage includes the theoretical concepts as well as current promotional practice.
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MKT475 Special Topics in Marketing ▼
Course Description
This course will explore in-depth a current topic in the marketing field. The topic will be based on student interest and availability of school resources.
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MKT330 Marketing Analytics ▼ 3 View Syllabus
Management BUS405 Business Law ▼ 3 View Syllabus
MIB300 Management Simulation ▼ 3 View Syllabus
ASM411B Asian Marketing ▼
Course Description
This course teaches students about what constitutes modern marketing in Asia in the dynamic commercial environment In this course, students will learn how to develop marketing plans, how to understand the major environmental factors in our changing marketing environment, and how to use a framework for including ethical and social responsibility considerations in marketing decisions. At the end of the course, students will have a better understanding of how to capture marketing insights and performance, connect with customers, build strong brands, shape marketing offerings, deliver and communicate value, and create successful long-term growth.
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BUS302C Global Leadership ▼
Course Description
This course is about global leadership for students who want to work effectively with people from various cultures. Upon successful completion, students will be equipped with how they can be an effective leader in the increasingly diverse and globalized workplace. The underlying theme of this course is that the skills and behaviors that are perceived as “effective” leadership characteristics in one culture are not necessarily those that will be effective in a different culture. By exploring the ways in which specific characteristics are valued differently by different cultures, the students acquire frameworks for assessing how to approach a work assignment in a culture that is not their own.
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BUS410B Human Resource Management ▼
Course Description
This course examines the evolving human resource function within today’s organizations. Students will examine the changing roles and responsibilities of human resources managers, the acceptance and integration of the human resources function as a full business partner, and the higher expectations placed on human resources leadership to make a significant contribution to the successful management of the organization. Students will explore the role managers and supervisors play in the successful management of the organization’s human resources. Topics to be examined include: the functions of Human Resource Management, relationships within the organization, policies and procedures, workplace diversity, and the role of human resources in a global environment.
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BUS415B Managing Diversity in the Workplace ▼
Course Description
This course is about managing diversity in workplaces. Effective management of today’s increasingly diverse workforce is among the most important global challenges faced by managers. Students will be equipped with how they can function effectively in a diverse workplace and manage the workforce. This course will examine the nature of diversity in organizations, and implications for management in the future. The course will also explore management challenges and issues arising from diversity, existing frameworks and solutions to deal with these challenges and emerging trends. Students will acquire fundamental conceptual knowledge required for diversity management and practical solutions.
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MIB408C Global Strategic Management ▼
Course Description
This course introduces students to the fundamental concepts, analytical tools, and frameworks related to the challenges of globalization and international strategy. Gain insight and perspective about globalization and its consequences for national economies, politics, and international business. Explore and analyze elements of the international political economy that impact international business design and adaptively configure a firm’s international strategy in a dynamic global environment.
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MIB415 Global Supply Chain Management ▼
Course Description
This course introduces students to the fundamental concepts, analytical tools, and frameworks related to the challenges of globalization and international strategy. Gain insight and perspective about globalization and its consequences for national economies, politics, and international business. Explore and analyze elements of the international political economy that impact international business design and adaptively configure a firm’s international strategy in a dynamic global environment.
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MIB475B Special Topics in Global Business ▼
Course Description
The broad objective of this course is to introduce students to the contours of the Chinese economy and financial markets as well as to the nuances of business strategy to follow while doing business in China. The course also deals with China’s social and cultural facets that influence Chinese business practices. Over the preceding decades China has become an important economy for the multinational enterprises (MNEs). These enterprises need to have a China-specific business strategy. China has come to have a unique place in the world of international business. MNEs and other large foreign firms need to adapt to China’s special niche and circumstances. This course focuses on these specific needs.
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BUS450 Strategic Interaction and Decision Making 3 View Syllabus
Entrepreneurship INF410 Data Analytics for Business 3 View Syllabus
ENT475 Special Topics in Entrepreneurship 3 View Syllabus
BUS202 Startup Business Practice 3 View Syllabus
ENT315 Franchising Startup Business 3 View Syllabus
ENT410 Startup Business and Artificial Intelligence 3 View Syllabus
Marketing, Entrepreneurship MKT425 E-Marketing 3 View Syllabus
General Specialization BUS370 Business Consulting Skills 3 View Syllabus
BUS371 Business Consulting Practice 3 View Syllabus
Management, Entrepreneurship ENT301 Understanding Startup Business 3 View Syllabus
ENT302 Planning Startup Business 3 View Syllabus
ENT401 Launching Startup Business 3 View Syllabus
ENT310 Social Entrepreneurship 3 View Syllabus
BUS445 Creativity and Innovation Management 3 View Syllabus
MIB320 E-Business Management 3 View Syllabus
Finance, Entrepreneurship ENT418B Entrepreneurial Finance 3 View Syllabus

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Elective Courses

The curriculum provides a broad choice of Elective courses in order to help students develop their soft and analytical skills.

Elective Courses Credits Syllabus
ACC310 Intermediate Accounting 3 View Syllabus
ART401A Creative Work: Drama ▼
Course Description
The activities, methods and techniques that will be used in this course, will ultimately challenge the student to become more in tune with him/herself and accepting of others. Through group and pair work, students will create skits and scenes appropriate for the age, gender, culture and interests of various audiences. Through analyzing, rehearsing and presenting scripts, individual prejudices, fears, values and assumptions will be put to the test.
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ART401B Creative Work: Music ▼
Course Description
This course is aimed at non-music majors. Emphasis is placed upon the basic elements of music and learning to listen to large-scale works, stylistic differences between composers and historical changes through the various genres of music. Students will also learn about the techniques involved in composition and the creative process.
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BUS101 Planning Startup Businesses ▼
Course Description
This course is designed to provide information and guidance to help students develop small business ideas that can be launched in the following semester. This course will also help deal with key issues that are going to be fundamental to the performance and success of students’ businesses.
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BUS201 Launching Startup Businesses ▼
Course Description
This course is designed to help students develop business ideas in more detail. This course will discuss more of the execution issues. The main purpose of this course is to help students so that they can implement their business ideas after the semester.
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BUS202 Startup Business Practice 3 View Syllabus
BUS206 Business Negotiation 3 View Syllabus
BUS303 Industrial Field Study ▼
Course Description
This course focuses on developing our students’ Global Perspective and Asian Expertise. Asia is a very diverse continent with a multiplicity of cultures, business practices, legal environments, economic development and political systems. Students must be aware of the impact of this diversity on managing in and across various Asian countries and cultures in the Global Market. To this end, students will be equipped with specific and in-depth knowledge of the socio-cultural contexts, business practices and legal-political environments of selected Asian countries in the Global environment. Students will also learn the application of this knowledge to practical management situations in the selected countries.
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BUS306 Advanced Business Negotiations 3 View Syllabus
BUS314C Business Law and Ethics ▼
Course Description
This course is designed to teach students to develop a legal mind that is applicable to the business world. Students actively participate in academic discussions and activities designed to enhance business skills such as analytical thinking, written communication, oral presentation, debate, conflict resolution, and team work problem-solving.
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BUS316B Advanced Decision Models ▼
Course Description
In this course we explore and develop skills and techniques that help students become effective decision makers. We introduce a number of modeling concepts that are used in the area of decision science, management science and such. We point out how these concepts can be used to model and effectively help to solve a wide range of business problems. Through examples, class discussion, case studies and computer workshops the students become familiar with the concepts, the solution approaches, their limitations and underlying assumptions, and practical use. We also teach you to use some Excel-based decision support tools to analyze business problems.
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BUS331 Career Preparation ▼
Course Description
This course is designed primarily for junior or senior students to introduce the fundamentals of planning and organizing job search strategies. Emphasis is placed on identification of individual goals, exploration of career options, effective use of employment search tools (e.g., resumes, cover letters, interviewing, and networking).
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BUS345 Strategic Creativity for Innovation 3 View Syllabus
CHE101B Introduction to Chemistry ▼
Course Description
This course is intended to teach the students basic principles of chemistry in one semester. Selected topics from wide-range of general chemistry areas will be covered. Special lectures on the application of chemistry and chemical business will be provided. The course is offered for the students preparing for and seriously considering to apply to SolBridge’s 2+2 Transfer Program with Georgia Institute of Technology
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ENG111 Foundations of Business Interactions 1 ▼
Course Description
This course is a practical, contemporary, and challenging communications course with a strong international business theme. It is designed for those students wishing to build a foundation of cross-cultural English communication. The emphasis of the course is on clear, effective communication within small group scenarios. Course content is divided between the soft skills of peer to peer communication and the hard skill of basic business terms and concepts. This is the level 1 course, students with strong communicative ability should consider ENG 121.
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ENG112 Practical Applications of Written Communication 1 ▼
Course Description
This course is an introduction to basic academic writing. The course is designed to take students from the fundamentals of paragraph writing to the final assignment of a complete academic essay. Clarity and accuracy at the sentence level is emphasized. Students with no prior instructions in English academic writing are highly encouraged to take this course.
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ENG113 Principles of Content Acquisition and Utilization 1 ▼
Course Description
The course offers instruction in and practice of reading, reading comprehension, writing, and reflection of various contents related to the course material.
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ENG114 Principles of Aural Content Acquisition and Retention ▼
Course Description
Students in this class will be focused on the acquisition and development of aural and visual content recognition skills such as listening comprehension, retention, and accurate reporting. This is a practical class with both general academic and business applications relating to attending lectures, presentations, demonstrations, meetings, and seminars. This course is an introduction to listening comprehension and evaluation practices necessary for the international student or business person
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ENG115 Practical Applications of Verbal Communication ▼
Course Description
This course is an introduction to methods of verbal communication and the ways to maximize communicative ability within those methods for best effect. This is practical class requiring much practice and skill development. This course is designed for those who wish to acquire speaking and presenting skills for business and academic pursuits.
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ENG121 Foundations of Business Interactions 2 ▼
Course Description
This course is a practical, contemporary, and challenging communications course with a strong international business theme. It is designed for those students wishing to build a foundation of cross-cultural English communication. The emphasis of the course is on clear, effective communication within small group scenarios. Course content is divided between the soft skills of peer to peer communication and the hard skill of basic business terms and concepts.
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ENG122 Practical Applications of Written Communication 2 ▼
Course Description
This course is an introduction to western academic essay and report writing. The course is designed to take students from the fundamentals of essay writing to the final project of a research paper. Concepts such as clarity, organization, and critical thinking are highly emphasized. Students seeking to better prepare for writing tasks within both the university and in the work place are urged to take this course. This is the level 2 course, students unsure of their basic writing ability should consider ENG112.
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ENG123 Principles of Content Acquisition and Utilization 2 ▼
Course Description
This course is a practical and challenging reading course. It is designed for those students wishing to improve their reading skills in English. The emphasis of the course is on understanding vocabulary through context, punctuation, and key word indicators. The course builds vocabulary through the understanding of prefixes and suffixes. Students are taught how to take notes from reading that will produce better recall later. Course content is divided between speaking on a variety of subjects and providing solid reading skills for the future. This is level 2 course, students unsure of their English reading ability should consider ENG113.
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ENG150 Honors English Composition I ▼
Course Description
English 151 reinforces critical thinking and academic writing skills taught in English 150 and inspires students to further those skills through various reading and writing activities. Through the writing process, students refine topics, develop and support ideas, investigate, evaluate, and incorporate appropriate resources, edit for effective style and usage, and determine appropriate approaches for a variety of contexts, audiences, and purposes. Writing assignments will include exposition and argumentation with at least one researched essay.
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ENG151 Honors English Composition II ▼
Course Description
English 151 reinforces critical thinking and academic writing skills taught in English 150 and inspires students to further those skills through various reading and writing activities. Through the writing process, students refine topics, develop and support ideas, investigate, evaluate, and incorporate appropriate resources, edit for effective style and usage, and determine appropriate approaches for a variety of contexts, audiences, and purposes. Writing assignments will include exposition and argumentation with at least one researched essay.
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ENT435 Business Plan Development ▼
Course Description
Students will participate in a Business plan development workshop at the beginning of the semester. Following the workshop, students will work in teams over several weeks, under the guidance of a faculty member to develop a workable business plan for a business of their choice. The plans will be evaluated for their creativity, rigor and professionalism towards the end of the semester.
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GEN110 Introduction to Culture Studies ▼
Course Description
As it has evolved from a history of ideas in philosophy and anthropology, this course is an introduction to contemporary cultural studies. It focuses on theories of culture and their practical application, focusing on not only what these theories could offer a business environment but also what management theories of organizational culture could contribute to cultural studies as an interdisciplinary social science.
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GEN121 Speech and Debate ▼
Course Description
Speech and Debate aims to develop students’ skills and confidence in the areas of public speaking, research, and debate by honing the use of debating skills in analyzing various social, political, and economic issues. The course will cover argumentation, refutation, case construction, adjudication, advanced debating strategies, and fundamentals of effective public speaking. This course is highly recommended for students who wish to compete with the SolBridge Debate Society but is open to all students who wish to learn the relevant skills. Students in this class will be prepared for successful competition in local, national, and international competitions. Though students in the class may choose not to compete in tournaments, they will still participate in in-class debates, in-school competitions, and all other activities required of students preparing for tournaments.
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GEN135 Sports Elective I ▼
Course Description
In this course, students will be introduced to the concepts of swimming. Students will learn the basics of how can people swim and what are the skills of swimming.
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GEN160 Sex Gender and Culture ▼
Course Description
This Sociology course is designed to introduce students to the sociological study of society. Sociology focuses on the systematic understanding of social interaction, social organization, social institutions, and social change. Major themes in sociological thinking include the interplay between the individual and society, how society is both stable and changing, the causes and consequences of social inequality, and the social construction of human life. Understanding sociology helps discover and explain social patterns and see how such patterns change over time and in different settings. By making vivid the social basis of everyday life, sociology also develops critical thinking by revealing the social structures and processes that shape diverse forms of human life. We will examine the research findings and their implications critically and apply them to our own through lectures, class discussions, group work, and class presentations
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GEN231 Fitness and Active Lifestyle ▼
Course Description
This course is aimed to introduce a basic Taekwondo for beginners. Students who take this 15 week course should be able to acquire fundamental basic knowledge of Taekwondo with a minimum level of competences in self-defense. The students will learn the genuine traditional martial arts which emphasizes not only learning accurate self-defense techniques, but also mental training including Asian philosophies and its culture.
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GEN236 Sports Elective II ▼
Course Description
This course is designed for students who want to develop skills and abilities in a popular sport. Focus will be on building skills training, cardio-vascular testing, plyometric, and correct game play drill in a slow to intermediate setting. The course may have other Sport related activities, as decided by the instructor
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HIS100 Highlights in Asian History ▼
Course Description
This course is a survey of the histories, societies, and cultures of China, Japan, and Korea from antiquity to the present. We will trace the development of each individual culture, and, in the meantime, explore the unifying characteristics of East Asian civilization as a whole. This course is designed for students who have never studied East Asian history as well as for those with some background.
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HIS108C Asian Politics from the Regional Point of View ▼
Course Description
The course will primarily focus on the emerging Northeast Asia as an economic, political, and security community. We will become familiar with the various issues that divide this region and focus on the aspects that might bring it closer together as a coherent community. We will start by becoming familiar with the modern political history of the Korean Peninsula starting with the end of the Second World War and proceeding to the end of the 1990s by the mid-term exam. After we have gained a very good understanding of Korea’s own development and problems (both North and South), we will spend the second half of the semester examining bilateral and regional relations of the states of Northeast Asia – principally China, North Korea, Japan, Russia and the United States with South Korea and among themselves.
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HIS160 Survey of US History ▼
Course Description
The objective of the course is to give the student a broad overview yet competent understanding of American history. The importance of understanding American history is keen in gaining your own appreciation of democracy and a realization that it was not given to the people of America, but was the result of the interplay of many factors eventually leading to the democracy we have come to know as American democracy.
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IMM202C Personal Development ▼
Course Description
This course examines personal development by exploring a wide variety of ways in which to change, grow, and achieve one’s creative potential. The focus is on the discovery of self and the authentic search for meaning in one’s own life. The class advances a multi-faceted approach to personal development combining theory, personal experience, and self-reflection.
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IMM206B Knowledge Workshop ▼
Course Description
This course will contribute to all of the elements of the SolBridge mission. This course aims at providing, strengthen and improving scientific research skills’ of the students. The course is about imparting knowledge and skills about information search, location, retrieval, evaluation and synthesis. With the skills learned students will be able to gather needed information in an effective manner that helps them to conduct good research.
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IMM207 Thought Leader Workshop ▼
Course Description
In the spirit of Dale Carnegie’s leadership method, SolBridge Thought Leader Workshop course will help students determine various leadership styles throughout the globe evaluating strengths and weaknesses in leadership in comparison to their own beliefs, as well as to build skills necessary to compete on a global and team-based work environment.
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KOR051 Easy Korean ▼
Course Description
The course offers instruction and practice of Korean conversation. Students will learn how to express themselves, how to purchase products, order food, and other functional and familiar topics. Class activities will be used to prepare students for competence in Korean.
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MAT150 Honors Mathematics I ▼
Course Description
This course is designed to introduce advanced algebra, calculus and geometry to students who do not have the background in elementary mathematics. The course is intended to teach students applied mathematics and covers selected topics from differential and integral calculus which have wide applications for quantitative analysis of business systems as well as fundamentals of modern science and technology.
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MAT151 Honors Mathematics II ▼
Course Description
This course is designed to introduce advanced algebra, calculus and geometry to students who do not have the background in elementary mathematics. The course is intended to teach students applied mathematics and covers selected topics from differential and integral calculus which have wide applications for quantitative analysis of business systems as well as fundamentals of modern science and technology.
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PHY101B Introduction to Physics ▼
Course Description
Students gain “hands on” experience with the topics which are relevant to non-science majors, such as pollution, solar energy, heat transfer, electromagnetism, materials science, fluid dynamics, etc.
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PSY201B Introduction to Psychology ▼
Course Description
This introductory course will survey the basic concepts in the field of psychology and examine their applications. We will explore topics that the psychologists are interested in such as learning, memory, intelligence, emotions, personality and human development. Additionally, we will survey theories that the psychologists work with as well as the findings from their research and experiments. We will examine the research findings and their implications critically and apply them to our own lives and in business applications, if possible, through lectures, class discussions, group work, and class presentations.
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SOC201B Introduction to Sociology ▼
Course Description
This Sociology course is designed to introduce students to the sociological study of society. Sociology focuses on the systematic understanding of social interaction, social organization, social institutions, and social change. Major themes in sociological thinking include the interplay between the individual and society, how society is both stable and changing, the causes and consequences of social inequality, and the social construction of human life. Understanding sociology helps discover and explain social patterns and see how such patterns change over time and in different settings. By making vivid the social basis of everyday life, sociology also develops critical thinking by revealing the social structures and processes that shape diverse forms of human life. We will examine the research findings and their implications critically and apply them to our own through lectures, class discussions, group work, and class presentations.
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Foreign Language

All BBA students have to complete a specific number of courses in one foreign language: Chinese or Korean. Students can choose any one of the two languages provided it is not their mother tongue. By the time of graduation, students will be proficient in three languages: mother tongue, English, and Chinese/Korean.

Study Area Foreign Language Courses Credits Syllabus
Korean Language KOR101 Korean Beginner 1 ▼
Course Description
The goal of this course is to prepare students for Korean conversation program at SolBridge. SolBridge has the mission of educating the next generation of Asian Thought leaders. That mission includes knowledge of Korean language. The course offers instruction in and practice of Korean conversation. Class activities will be used to prepare students for competence in Korean. Three graduation credits are available for this course
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KOR102 Korean Beginner 2 ▼
Course Description
The goal of this course is to prepare students for Korean conversation program at SolBridge. SolBridge has the mission of educating the next generation of Asian Thought leaders. That mission includes knowledge of Korean language. The course offers instruction in and practice of Korean conversation. Class activities will be used to prepare students for competence in Korean. Three graduation credits are available for this course
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KOR201 Korean Intermediate 1 ▼
Course Description
The goal of this course is to prepare students for Korean conversation program at SolBridge. SolBridge has the mission of educating the next generation of Asian Thought leaders. That mission includes knowledge of Korean language. The course offers instruction in and practice of Korean conversation. Class activities will be used to prepare students for competence in Korean. Three graduation credits are available for this course
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KOR202 Korean Intermediate 2 ▼
Course Description
The goal of this course is to prepare students for Korean conversation program at SolBridge. SolBridge has the mission of educating the next generation of Asian Thought leaders. That mission includes knowledge of Korean language. The course offers instruction in and practice of Korean conversation. Class activities will be used to prepare students for competence in Korean. Three graduation credits are available for this course
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KOR301 Korean Advanced 1 ▼
Course Description
The goal of this course is to prepare students for Korean conversation program at SolBridge. SolBridge has the mission of educating the next generation of Asian Thought leaders. That mission includes knowledge of Korean language. The course offers instruction in and practice of Korean conversation. Class activities will be used to prepare students for competence in Korean. Three graduation credits are available for this course
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KOR302 Korean Advanced 2 ▼
Course Description
The goal of this course is to prepare students for Korean conversation program at SolBridge. SolBridge has the mission of educating the next generation of Asian Thought leaders. That mission includes knowledge of Korean language. The course offers instruction in and practice of Korean conversation. Class activities will be used to prepare students for competence in Korean. Three graduation credits are available for this course Learning
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KOR401 Korean Advanced 3 ▼
Course Description
The goal of this course is to prepare students for Korean conversation program at SolBridge. SolBridge has the mission of educating the next generation of Asian Thought leaders. That mission includes knowledge of Korean language. The course offers instruction in and practice of Korean conversation. Class activities will be used to prepare students for competence in Korean. Three graduation credits are available for this course
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KOR411 Business Korean 1 ▼
Course Description
This class provides students with basic vocabulary and expressions for Korean life. So this course offers instruction in and practice of Korean conversation. Students will learn how to introduce themselves, how to purchase products, order food, and other functional and familiar topics. Class activities will be used to prepare students for competence in Korean. And the practice of drill makes students internalize the knowledge and skills of Korean which they have learned in class. Furthermore this course will help students to get TOPIK level needed to get a gob
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KOR421 Business Korean 2 ▼
Course Description
1.1. This class provides students with Advanced and high technical vocabulary, idiomatic phrase, and expressions for Korean life and profession . So this course offers instruction in and practice of Korean conversation. Students will learn how to introduce themselves, how to purchase products, order food, and other functional and familiar topics.
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Chinese Language CHL101 Chinese Beginner 1 ▼
Course Description
The goal of this course is to prepare students for Chinese conversation program at SolBridge. SolBridge has the mission of educating the next generation of Asian Thought leaders. That mission includes knowledge of Chinese language. The course offers instruction in and practice of Chinese conversation. Class activities will be used to prepare students for competence in Chinese. Three graduation credits are available for this course Learning
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CHL102 Chinese Beginner 2 ▼
Course Description
The goal of this course is to prepare students for Chinese conversation program at SolBridge. SolBridge has the mission of educating the next generation of Asian Thought leaders. That mission includes knowledge of Chinese language. The course offers instruction in and practice of Chinese conversation. Students will learn how to introduce themselves, how to purchase products, order food, and other functional and familiar topics. Class activities will be used to prepare students for competence in Chinese. Three graduation credits are available for this course. Learning
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CHL201 Chinese Intermediate 1 ▼
Course Description
The course offers instruction in and practice of Chinese conversation. Students will learn how to introduce themselves, how to purchase products, order food, and other functional and familiar topics. Class activities will be used to prepare students for competence in Chinese. Three graduation credits are available for this course. Learning
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CHL202 Chinese Intermediate 2 ▼
Course Description
The goal of this course is to prepare students for Chinese conversation program at SolBridge. SolBridge has the mission of educating the next generation of Asian Thought leaders. That mission includes knowledge of Chinese language. The course offers instruction in and practice of Chinese conversation. Students will learn how to introduce themselves, how to purchase products, order food, and other functional and familiar topics. Class activities will be used to prepare students for competence in Chinese. Three graduation credits are available for this course.
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CHL301 Chinese Advanced 1 ▼
Course Description
The goal of this course is to prepare students for Chinese conversation program at SolBridge. SolBridge has the mission of educating the next generation of Asian Thought leaders. That mission includes knowledge of Chinese language. The course offers instruction in and practice of Chinese conversation. Students will learn how to introduce themselves, how to purchase products, order food, and other functional and familiar topics. Class activities will be used to prepare students for competence in Chinese. Three graduation credits are available for this course.
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CHL302 Chinese Advanced 2 ▼
Course Description
The goal of this course is to prepare students for Chinese conversation program at SolBridge. SolBridge has the mission of educating the next generation of Asian Thought leaders. That mission includes knowledge of Chinese language. The course offers instruction in and practice of Chinese conversation. Students will learn how to introduce themselves, how to purchase products, order food, and other functional and familiar topics. Class activities will be used to prepare students for competence in Chinese. Three graduation credits are available for this course
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CHL401 Chinese Advanced 3 ▼
Course Description
The goal of this course is to prepare students for Chinese conversation program at SolBridge. SolBridge has the mission of educating the next generation of Asian Thought leaders. That mission includes knowledge of Chinese language. The course offers instruction in and practice of Chinese conversation. Students will learn how to introduce themselves, how to purchase products, order food, and other functional and familiar topics. Class activities will be used to prepare students for competence in Chinese. Three graduation credits are available for this course.
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CHL451 Business Chinese 1-1 ▼
Course Description
The goal of this course is to prepare students for Chinese conversation program at SolBridge. SolBridge has the mission of educating the next generation of Asian Thought leaders. That mission includes knowledge of Chinese language.
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CHL452 Business Chinese 1-2 ▼
Course Description
The goal of this course is to prepare students for Chinese conversation program at SolBridge. SolBridge has the mission of educating the next generation of Asian Thought leaders. That mission includes knowledge of Chinese language.
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CHL461 Business Chinese 2-1 ▼
Course Description
The goal of this course is to prepare students for Chinese conversation program at SolBridge. SolBridge has the mission of educating the next generation of Asian Thought leaders. That mission includes knowledge of Chinese language. The course offers instruction in and practice of Chinese conversation. Students will learn how to introduce themselves, how to purchase products, order food, and other functional and familiar topics. Class activities will be used to prepare students for competence in Chinese. Three graduation credits are available for this course.
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CHL462 Business Chinese 2-2 3  
CHL471 Business Chinese 3-1 3  
CHL472 Business Chinese 3-2 3  
CHL473 Business Chinese 3-3 3  
Japanese Language JPN101 Japanese Beginner 1 3 View Syllabus
JPN101 Japanese Beginner 2 3 View Syllabus
JPN201 Japanese Intermediate1 3  
JPN202 Japanese Intermediate2 3  
JPN301 Japanese Advanced 1 3  
JPN302 Japanese Advanced 2 3  
JPN401 Japanese Advanced 3 3  
JPN411 Business Japanese 1 3  
JPN421 Business Japanese 2 3  

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