The College of Business Administration began its advent into Jeddah society in the year 2000 as the Institute of Business Administration (IBA) that granted diplomas in various business-related courses with a small number of students of both genders in two locations. IBA rapidly grew due to the high quality and standard of education it offered. In 2003, the College of Business Administration (CBA) was founded.
CBA is a prominent business education college that seeks to provide the highest standards, nationally and internationally, to meet the labor market needs. The current goal CBA is striving towards, is to be a nationally and internationally leading college in providing higher business education and applied scientific research, as well as providing an attractive environment for students and faculties to serve the society and the labor market with quality and innovation.
The CBA Bachelor Degree programs follow an interrelated combination of theoretical and practical approaches to education. Thus, students cultivate inclusive and advanced business knowledge that challenges the traditional approaches to business education.
In view of this, our graduates are fully equipped to:
- Start their own business
- Be of value to their organization from the moment they are employed
- Make informed and strategically oriented business decisions.
In order to meet the high demand for skilled graduates and professionals in the Saudi and international markets, the CBA offers 7 different business programs, as follows:
- Human Resource
- Management Information System
- Supply Chain Management
CBA PROGRAM STRUCTURE
All CBA Bachelor Degree programs have a common structure that consists of 131 Credit Hours (CR Hrs), including 14 hours for the University Re¬quirements; 81 credit hours for the College Requirements; and 36 credit hours for the Major Requirements courses.
The College of Business Administration (CBA) is accredited by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA). The CBA is a member of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and the EFMD Global Network Association.