College of Business Administration

College of Business Administration

The College of Business Administration (CBA) aims to provide quality education and rigorous scientific research in business in engaging academic environment and collaborative social partnership. CBA is home to more than 2,121 students across five programs that include: Administration, Accounting, Management information systems, Marketing and Law. Our faculty consists of more than 72 members across different academic ranks and disciplines; and 29 scholars pursuing their graduate studies  overseas. CBA entertains a collegial environment that allow our diverse faculty to work collaboratively in designing and promoting our programs and curricular. CBA is also a house of five consultancy offices that provide its services to public and private institutions. To achieve universal recognition, CBA currently entertains academic partnerships with eminent accreditation bodies such as NCAAA and AACSB. We aspire to assume a leading position among other business schools at the local and regional levels.

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Bachelor of Accounting

Bachelor of Accounting

Overview

Due to the fact that the Saudi market needs highly qualified professionals in the field of accounting, this program will contribute to achieve this goal especially that the program covers the courses offered in the Saudi Organization for Certified Public Accountants (SOCPA).

This program also prepares students to have a background in business law and tax to qualify the student for a leadership position in business.

Objectives

  1. Develop students by providing them with high quality education.
  2. Communicate clearly defined steps, processes and requirements for successful progression from admission to graduation.
  3. Equip students with the appropriate conceptual and theoretical aspects of accounting knowledge.
  4. Develop students practical skills of using the analytical tools, techniques and standards.
  5. Develop partnership with business community and contribute to economic development locally.

Outcomes

  1. Knowledge
    • Define the concepts of accounting, auditing, economics, and finance.
    • Outline the accounting process and describe financial statements
    • Recognize the best accounting practices and standards
  2. Cognitive Skills
    • Analyze a problem and explain the accounting requirements appropriate to its solution.
    • Compare different accounting and financial methods
  3. Interpersonal Skills & Responsibility
    • Demonstrate the ability for self-learning and continuing professional development.
    • Show the ability to work on teams to accomplish a common goal.
  4. Communication, Information Technology, Numerical
    • Demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences.
    • Operate with current techniques, skills, and tools necessary for accounting practice.

Potential Jobs

Accountant

Certified Accountant

Internal Auditor

External Auditor

Treasurer

Budget analyst

Accounting Manager

Chief Financial Officer