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					                              The University of America




                                       HND/BA

 ENGLISH, MANAGEMENT, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (HND/BA) PROGRAMME
                             CATALOG




                         2011-2013 SCHOOL YEAR

Accreditation and Approval of Training and Qualifications
     THE UNIVERSITY OF AMERICA
CAMBRIBGE INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE PROGRAMS
38397 INNOVATION COURT MURRIETA CA.USA 92563
EMAIL; info@ua-edu.us, Website; ua-edu.us . Tel; 213-281-6952, 951-200-3320.
Cambridge International College is recognised worldwide as an
accredited British College, providing professional, accredited
and vocationally oriented Study& Training for career development
and career success.

Cambridge International College has Members and Graduates
(past and current students) in over 200 countries worldwide and
has been providing professional, recognised and respected study
and training for over 70 years.

The current Principal of the College, Dr. Stephen M Lawson, has a
remarkable career history, having been involved in the provision
of high quality, accredited professional study and training
internationally for more than 50 years.

The College takes very seriously its accredited status,
credibility and approval, and is proud of its high reputation
and standards.




Accreditation and Approvals of Cambridge International
College include:




 Open & Distance Learning Quality Council
- a British Accrediting body set up at the request of the British Government

 * Cambridge International College is ACCREDITED by the Open & Distance Learning Quality Council. The
ODL Quality Council is the organization in Britain responsible for accrediting British colleges which provide
either some or all of their study, training and education by open, distance-learning and correspondence
methods. ODL Quality Council Accreditation confirms CIC’s high quality of administration, tutorial
methods and educational materials, and ensures that CIC continues to meet high standards of
service and quality.

* The ODL Quality Council (previously named the Council for the Accreditation of Correspondence Colleges)
was set up under the directive of the British Government, to enhance quality in education and training, and
to protect the interests of learners, through the accreditation of open and distance learning providers,
reassuring the learner that support is available when they choose an accredited provider.

* ODL Quality Council Accreditation includes a rigorous assessment of a College’s administrative and
tutorial methods, educational materials and publicity. Accredited colleges are monitored to ensure that
Colleges continue to meet the standards set by the Council and that students continue to receive good
service and quality. ODLQC is listed in the U.S. council on higher education accreditation`s(CHEA) website
as an as one of the approved UK accrediting agencies equivalent to the U.S REGIONAL and NATIONAL
accrediting agencies recognized by U.S department of education.
              The British Institute for Learning and Development
                               - a Membership of specialists in Learning

 * CIC is an approved Full Member of the British Institute for Learning and Development (BILD), formed
under the guidance of the British Department for Education & Skills (Ministry of Education). BILD is
recognised as a major force for quality, development and use of good practice in its field. BILD and its
members are committed to innovation, excellence, best practice, professional performance, credibility,
development and expertise in learning.

* BILD Members are specialists in open, flexible and distance learning. CIC’s Membership of BILD is an
assurance of CIC’s commitment to the BILD Code of Conduct, of CIC’s quality and good practice and
standards of professionalism. BILD’s activity means that the Institute can offer an independent view, and
comprises member organizations committed to excellence within a leading professional community.


                     Education Development International
           - an Accreditation, Qualifications, Endorsement and Awards body

 * Cambridge International College Career Development Diplomas are accredited through EDI at Level 4,
equated on the British National Framework at the same study level as HND and National
Vocational Qualification (NVQ) Level 4. Level 4 is for professional development and recognises
specialist learning and involves analysis of a high level of information and knowledge in an area of work or
study. Learning at this level is appropriate for people working in technical and professional jobs, and/or
managing and developing others.

* Cambridge International College’s Higher Programmes, including Honours (Advanced) Diplomas and BA -
Business Administration - Programmes are accredited by EDI at Level 5, equated on the British National
Framework as the same study level as NVQ 5. Level 5 qualifications recognise the ability to increase
the depth of knowledge and understanding of an area of work or study to enable the formulation of
solutions and responses to complex problems and situations. Learning at this level involves the
demonstration of high levels of knowledge, work expertise in job roles and competence in managing and
training others.

* EDI verifies Endorsed Qualifications, providing external certification by an accredited awarding body.
EDI (formerly ASET) is a British Awarding Body for the Department for Education, Universities and Skills
(Ministry of Education) and Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (QCA) and is accredited and regulated
by the QCA to provide awards to the British National Qualifications Framework. CIC is approved to
deliver Awards and meets quality assurance, content, structure and assessment standards for
provision of vocational learning programmes, and is recognised for high quality training and
learning provision.


                Department for International Development
        - the Department which leads the British Government’s fight against world poverty

* Cambridge International College is a supplier of vocational and educational programmes for the British
Government’s Department for International Development (DFID).


             United Kingdom Registry of Learning Providers
                   - a Government register of verified learning providers in the UK

 * Cambridge International College is listed on the UKRLP as a verified UK learning provider. As a UKRLP
provider, CIC has been verified and allocated a UK Provider Reference Number. The UK Register of
Learning Providers (UKRLP) is a Managing Information Across Partners project led by the Department for
Education and Skills allowing the sharing of information between Government Departments and learning
providers.
                                     British Qualifications
                            - a Guide to Qualifications in the United Kingdom

 * Cambridge International College is listed in British Qualifications, the complete guide to Professional
Vocational & Academic Qualifications in the United Kingdom. Specifically listed are CIC Diploma Programs
and 2-year flexible BA Diploma learning programmes. The British Qualifications guide is a reference source
for employers looking to verify job applicant’s qualifications, covering educational, professional, technical
and vocational qualifications provided by colleges, universities, business schools and professional bodies
and associations.


        Institute of Professional Managers & Administrators
                - a Membership body for managers, administrators and professionals

* Cambridge International College is an IPMA Approved Provider of quality management training. CIC
Diploma and higher award holders are eligible for IPMA Membership and qualify to take IPMA Advanced
Certificate Examinations. IPMA is listed in ‘British Qualifications’, which is “A complete Guide to Professional
Vocational & Academic Qualifications in the United Kingdom”. Membership of the Institute is open to those
engaged in management or administration and those whose duties involve the supervision or management
or administration of the work of others, covering all areas of commercial, industrial and governmental
activity.


                                           British Council
                       - an organisation for educational and cultural relations
            (the British Council does NOT accredit Colleges, Institutions or Universities)




CAMBRIDGE INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE UK

                                   HIGHER DIPLOMAS( HND )PROGRAMMES;

These Programmes are a thorough, practical, well planned and enjoyable route to gaining a respected
advanced award. They require the study of three related subjects plus advanced management theory and
practice. Gaining a CIC HIGHER DIPLOMA demonstrates the potential to become a successful senior
manager, administrator or executive in a wide range of relevant career areas. These Programmes also allow
progress to BA and Higher programmes.



Notes:
1. A Member’s Study and Training Period is calculated from the date on which that Member is actually
enrolled or registered by the College for a Course, Program or Programme, and will be stated on the
‘Confirmation of Membership’ documentation issued by the College and sent to the Member to retain.

2. Members who - for personal reasons - find they need to take longer than normal, and study beyond
the end of the normal maximum Study and Training Period allowed, may be permitted by the College to
extend the Study and Training Period. A modest ‘Extension Charge’ (currently of £100 or US$160 or
Euros 150) is made for any period up to 12 months after the end of the normal Study and Training
Period. The Extension Charge should be paid to the College BEFORE the end of the normal Study and
Training Period.

Hospitality Management (Higher Diploma)
Sales & Marketing Administration (Higher Diploma)

Materials Management (Higher Diploma)
Human Resource Administration (Higher Diploma)
Business Accounting & Finance (Higher Diploma)
Business Administration (Higher Diploma)
Business Development (Higher Diploma)
Executive Assistance (Higher Diploma)
Management & Administration (Higher Diploma)
Administrative Management (Higher Diploma)
English and management (Higher Diploma)




                       INTERNATIONAL HIGHER DIPLOMA ON
                    HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT

A CIC Higher Diploma on Hospitality Management is a prestigious award. Its holder will have demonstrated
by study and examination success the potential to become a senior manager or administrator or senior
executive in his or her chosen field of industry or management, human resource/personnel management,
business, administration, organization, supervision or public service.

An Higher Diploma attests to its holder having successfully completed related CIC Diploma Programs plus an
Advanced Program and having graduated with honours.


A CIC Member must complete successfully the FOUR CIC CORE ‘Qualifying Programs’ of:


       Hotel Operations & Management.
       Tourism & Travel Agency Management.
       Business Management & Administration.
       Advanced Study of Theory & Practice of Management/Administration.



On successfully completing this Program of study you will:


       Be awarded the CIC Higher Diploma on Hospitality Management.
       Have attained an accredited qualification at Level 5, equated to the British National framework at
        the same level as Higher National Diploma (HND) and National Vocational Qualification (NVQ) Level
        5.
       Have completed a professional programme of study showing you possess professional competence
        in the application of significant management principles, responsibility for the work of others and for
        allocation of resources.
       Be qualified to join a CIC Baccalaureate (BA) Programme, and/or CIC Master of Business
        Administration (MBA) Programme with appropriate exemptions from the First ‘Study Year’ and/or
        Second ‘Study Year’.
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                       INTERNATIONAL HIGHER DIPLOMA ON
        SALES & MARKETING ADMINISTRATION

A CIC Higher Diploma on Sales & Marketing Administration is a prestigious award. Its holder will have
demonstrated by study and examination success the potential to become a senior manager or administrator
or senior executive in his or her chosen field of industry or management, marketing, administration,
commerce, business, or public service.

A Higher Diploma attests to its holder having successfully completed related CIC Diploma Programs plus an
Advanced Program and having graduated with honours.

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A CIC Member must complete successfully the FOUR CIC CORE
‘Qualifying Programs’ of:
       Sales Management & Marketing.
       Advertising & Public Relations.
       Business Management & Administration OR Global Marketing Management.
       Advanced Study of Theory & Practice of Management/Administration.


On successfully completing this Program of study you will:
       Be awarded the CIC Higher Diploma on Sales & Marketing Administration.
       Have attained an accredited qualification at Level 5, equated to the British National framework at
        the same level as Higher National Diploma (HND) and National Vocational Qualification (NVQ) Level
        5.
       Have completed a professional programme of study showing you possess professional competence
        in the application of significant management principles, responsibility for the work of others and for
        allocation of resources.
       Be qualified to join a CIC Baccalaureate (BA) Programme, and/or CIC Master of Business
        Administration (MBA) Programme with appropriate exemptions from the First ‘Study Year’ and/or
        Second ‘Study Year’.


                       INTERNATIONAL HIGHER DIPLOMA ON
                       MATERIALS MANAGEMENT

A CIC International Higher Diploma on Materials Management is a prestigious award. Its holder will have
demonstrated by study and examination success the potential to become a senior manager or administrator
or senior executive in his or her chosen field of management, purchasing and resourcing management,
inventory control, or administration.

A Higher Diploma attests to its holder having successfully completed related CIC Diploma Programs plus an
Advanced Program and having graduated with honours.
 A CIC Member must complete successfully the FOUR CIC CORE
 ‘Qualifying Programs’ of:

            Stores Management & Stock Control.
            Purchasing & Resourcing Management.
            Project Management OR Logistics, Supply Chain & Transport Management.
            Advanced Study of Theory & Practice of Management/Administration.


 On successfully completing this Program of study you will:

            Be awarded the CIC Higher Group Diploma on Materials Management.
            Have attained an accredited qualification at Level 5, equated to the British National framework at
             the same level as Higher National Diploma (HND) and National Vocational Qualification (NVQ) Level
             5.
            Have completed a professional programme of study showing you possess professional competence
             in the application of significant management principles, responsibility for the work of others and for
             allocation of resources.
            Be qualified to join a CIC Baccalaureate (BA) Programme, and/or CIC Master of Business
             Administration (MBA) Programme with appropriate exemptions from the First ‘Study Year’ and/or
             Second ‘Study Year’.


INTERNATIONAL HIGHER DIPLOMA ON
             HUMAN RESOURCE
             ADMINISTRATION

A CIC Higher Diploma on Human Resource Administration is a prestigious award. Its holder will have
demonstrated by study and examination success the potential to become a senior manager or administrator
or senior executive in his or her chosen field of industry or management, human resource/personnel
management, business, administration, organization, supervision or public service.

An Higher Diploma attests to its holder having successfully completed related CIC Diploma Programs plus an
Advanced Program and having graduated with honours.


A CIC Member must complete successfully the FOUR CIC CORE ‘Qualifying Programs’ of:


           Human Resource/Personnel Management.
           Modern Management & Administration.
           Organisational Behaviour OR Employee Development.
           Advanced Study of Theory & Practice of Management/Administration.



On successfully completing this Program of study you will:


           Be awarded the CIC Higher Diploma on Human Resource Administration.
           Have attained an accredited qualification at Level 5, equated to the British National framework at
            the same level as Higher National Diploma (HND) and National Vocational Qualification (NVQ) Level
            5.
       Have completed a professional programme of study showing you possess professional competence
        in the application of significant management principles, responsibility for the work of others and for
        allocation of resources.
       Be qualified to join a CIC Baccalaureate (BA) Programme, and/or CIC Master of Business
        Administration (MBA) Programme with appropriate exemptions from the First ‘Study Year’ and/or
        Second ‘Study Year’.



                       INTERNATIONAL HIGHER DIPLOMA ON
           BUSINESS ACCOUNTING & FINANCE

A CIC Higher Diploma on Business Accounting & Finance is a prestigious award. Its holder will have
demonstrated by study and examination success the potential to become a senior manager or administrator
or senior executive in his or her chosen field of industry or management, accounting, finance,
administration, commerce, business, or public service.

An Higher Diploma attests to its holder having successfully completed related CIC Diploma Programs plus an
Advanced Program and having graduated with honours


A CIC Member must complete successfully the FOUR CIC CORE ‘Qualifying Programs’ of:


       Business Bookkeeping & Accounts OR Cost Accounting.
       Business Economics & Commerce OR Financial Management.
       Accounting & Finance in Business & Management.
       Advanced Study of Theory & Practice of Management/Administration.



On successfully completing this Program of study you will:


       Be awarded the CIC Higher Diploma on Business Accounting & Finance.
       Have attained an accredited qualification at Level 5, equated to the British National framework at
        the same level as Higher National Diploma (HND) and National Vocational Qualification (NVQ) Level
        5.
       Have completed a professional programme of study showing you possess professional competence
        in the application of significant management principles, responsibility for the work of others and for
        allocation of resources.
       Be qualified to join a CIC Baccalaureate (BA) Programme, and/or CIC Master of Business
        Administration (MBA) Programme with appropriate exemptions from the First ‘Study Year’ and/or
        Second ‘Study Year’.
                       INTERNATIONAL HIGHER DIPLOMA ON
                   BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

A CIC Higher Diploma on Business Administration is a prestigious award. Its holder will have demonstrated
by study and examination success the potential to become a senior manager or administrator or senior
executive in his or her chosen field of industry or management, business, administration, commerce,
international trade or public service.

An Higher Diploma attests to its holder having successfully completed related CIC Diploma Programs plus an
Advanced Program and having graduated with honours.


A CIC Member must complete successfully the FOUR CIC CORE ‘Qualifying Programs’ of:


       Business Management & Administration.
       Business Economics & Commerce.
       Advertising & Public Relations OR International Business & Trade.
       Advanced Study of Theory & Practice of Management/Administration.



On successfully completing this Program of study you will:


       Be awarded the CIC Higher Diploma on Business Administration.
       Have attained an accredited qualification at Level 5, equated to the British National framework at
        the same level as Higher National Diploma (HND) and National Vocational Qualification (NVQ) Level
        5.
       Have completed a professional programme of study showing you possess professional competence
        in the application of significant management principles, responsibility for the work of others and for
        allocation of resources.
       Be qualified to join a CIC Baccalaureate (BA) Programme, and/or CIC Master of Business
        Administration (MBA) Programme with appropriate exemptions from the First ‘Study Year’ and/or
        Second ‘Study Year’.



                       INTERNATIONAL HIGHER DIPLOMA ON
                        BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

A CIC Higher Diploma on Business Development is a prestigious award. Its holder will have demonstrated by
study and examination success the potential to become a senior manager or administrator, entrepreneur,
business leader or senior executive in his or her chosen field of industry or management, business,
administration, project management, commerce or international trade.

An Higher Diploma attests to its holder having successfully completed related CIC Diploma Programs plus an
Advanced Program and having graduated with honours.


A CIC Member must complete successfully the FOUR CIC CORE ‘Qualifying Programs’ of:


       Business Management & Administration.
       Business Start-Up & Development.
       Project Management.
       Advanced Study of Theory & Practice of Management/Administration.



On successfully completing this Program of study you will:


       Be awarded the CIC Higher Diploma on Business Development.
       Have attained an accredited qualification at Level 5, equated to the British National framework at
        the same level as Higher National Diploma (HND) and National Vocational Qualification (NVQ) Level
        5.
       Have completed a professional programme of study showing you possess professional competence
        in the application of significant management principles, responsibility for the work of others and for
        allocation of resources.
       Be qualified to join a CIC Baccalaureate (BA) Programme, and/or CIC Master of Business
        Administration (MBA) Programme with appropriate exemptions from the First ‘Study Year’ and/or
        Second ‘Study Year’.




                       INTERNATIONAL HIGHER DIPLOMA ON
                         EXECUTIVE ASSISTANCE

A CIC Higher Diploma on Executive Assistance is a prestigious award. Its holder will have demonstrated by
study and examination success the potential to become a senior manager or administrator or senior
executive in his or her chosen field of management, organization, administration, supervision or P.A. duties.

An Higher Diploma attests to its holder having successfully completed related CIC Diploma Programs plus an
Advanced Program and having graduated with honours.


A CIC Member must complete successfully the FOUR CIC CORE ‘Qualifying Programs’ of:


       Administrative/Personal Assistant/Secretarial Duties.
       Business English & Letter Writing.
       Office Management & Administration.
       Advanced Study of Theory & Practice of Management/Administration.



On successfully completing this Program of study you will:


       Be awarded the CIC Higher Diploma on Executive Assistance.
       Have attained an accredited qualification at Level 5, equated to the British National framework at
        the same level as Higher National Diploma (HND) and National Vocational Qualification (NVQ) Level
        5.
       Have completed a professional programme of study showing you possess professional competence
        in the application of significant management principles, responsibility for the work of others and for
        allocation of resources.
       Be qualified to join a CIC Baccalaureate (BA) Programme, and/or CIC Master of Business
        Administration (MBA) Programme with appropriate exemptions from the First ‘Study Year’ and/or
        Second ‘Study Year’.



    A CIC Member must complete successfully the FOUR CIC CORE ‘Qualifying Programs’ of:


       Administrative/Personal Assistant/Secretarial Duties.
       Business English & Letter Writing.
       Office Management & Administration.
       Advanced Study of Theory & Practice of Management/Administration.



    On successfully completing this Program of study you will:


       Be awarded the CIC Higher Diploma on Executive Assistance.
       Have attained an accredited qualification at Level 5, equated to the British National framework at
        the same level as Higher National Diploma (HND) and National Vocational Qualification (NVQ) Level
        5.
       Have completed a professional programme of study showing you possess professional competence
        in the application of significant management principles, responsibility for the work of others and for
        allocation of resources.
       Be qualified to join a CIC Baccalaureate (BA) Programme, and/or CIC Master of Business
        Administration (MBA) Programme with appropriate exemptions from the First ‘Study Year’ and/or
        Second ‘Study Year’.



                       INTERNATIONAL HIGHER DIPLOMA ON
            MANAGEMENT & ADMINISTRATION

A CIC Higher Diploma on Management & Administration is a prestigious award. Its holder will have
demonstrated by study and examination success the potential to become a senior manager or administrator
or senior executive in his or her chosen field of industry or management, administration, commerce,
business, or public service.

An Higher Diploma attests to its holder having successfully completed related CIC Diploma Programs plus an
Advanced Program and having graduated with honours.


A CIC Member must complete successfully the FOUR CIC CORE ‘Qualifying Programs’ of:


       Modern Management & Administration.
       Human Resource/Personnel Management OR Leadership & Team Management.
       Business Management & Administration.
       Advanced Study of Theory & Practice of Management/Administration.



On successfully completing this Program of study you will:


       Be awarded the CIC Higher Diploma on Management & Administration.
       Have attained an accredited qualification at Level 5, equated to the British National framework at
        the same level as Higher National Diploma (HND) and National Vocational Qualification (NVQ) Level
         5.
        Have completed a professional programme of study showing you possess professional competence
         in the application of significant management principles, responsibility for the work of others and for
         allocation of resources.
        Be qualified to join a CIC Baccalaureate (BA) Programme, and/or CIC Master of Business
         Administration (MBA) Programme with appropriate exemptions from the First ‘Study Year’ and/or
         Second ‘Study Year’.



                        INTERNATIONAL HIGHER DIPLOMA ON
                ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

A CIC Higher Diploma on Administrative Management is a prestigious award. Its holder will have
demonstrated by study and examination success the potential to become a senior manager or administrator
or senior executive in his or her chosen field of industry or management, organization, administration,
supervision, or public service.

An Higher Diploma attests to its holder having successfully completed related CIC Diploma Programs plus an
Advanced Program and having graduated with honours.

A CIC Member must complete successfully the FOUR CIC CORE
‘Qualifying Programs’ of:
       Office Management & Administration.
       Computers & IT in Business & Management.
       Communication in Business & Management OR Insurance OR Organisational Behaviour.
       Advanced Study of Theory & Practice of Management/Administration.


On successfully completing this Program of study you will:
       Be awarded the CIC Higher Diploma on Administrative Management.
       Have attained an accredited qualification at Level 5, equated to the British National framework at the
        same level as Higher National Diploma (HND) and National Vocational Qualification (NVQ) Level 5.
       Have completed a professional programme of study showing you possess professional competence in
        the application of significant management principles, responsibility for the work of others and for
        allocation of resources.
       Be qualified to join a CIC Baccalaureate (BA) Programme, and/or CIC Master of Business
        Administration (MBA) Programme with appropriate exemptions from the First ‘Study Year’ and/or
        Second ‘Study Year’.
                                        CIC BA DEGREES
CIC’s BA Programmes provide Study & Training to develop highlevel skills, knowledge and competency in
a wide range of important business and management areas. They include the thorough and enjoyable
study of management, administration and business subjects, as well as a selected group of related specialist
areas. CIC’s BA Programmes are produced for ambitious men and women seeking successful high-level
careers, and promotion to senior managerial and administrative posts.


  A structured, two ‘Study Year’ Programme designed to
  develop managerial, communication, administrative and
  English skills which are essential in those with ambitions to
  make successful careers in the fast moving, competitive
  world of international trade, management and organization.
  CIC’s BA Programme is composed of Core Subjects which
  are essential in planning, administering and controlling the
  activities of modern enterprises, and provides wide-ranging
  knowledge which will accelerate career development in
  management and administration environments.




                                                                         Beatrice Phangaphanga, Malawi,
                                                                          CIC Member, Centre Secretary


                                           ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

  For Registration onto CIC's BA Programme an applicant must be at least 20 years of age and have either
                               (or both) of the following 'entry qualifications':

                                Academic/Professional Qualifications
   To be accepted onto CIC's BA Programme an applicant must hold at least Certificate, Diploma or local
   equivalent examination passes, or other recognised Course or Program or Training/Study examination-
                         based qualifications acceptable to and recognised by CIC.

                           Work/Practical Experience/Seniority Qualifications
   The CIC BA highly values work experience, and a minimum of two to three years work experience at an
   appropriate level of responsibility is generally expected of applicants applying for registration onto CIC's
                           BA Programme based upon their work experience alone.


GENERAL STUDIES REQUIREMENTS FOR USA STUDENTS
The subjects that CIC USA/UA will includes as part of the general studies curriculum includes but not
limited to the following;

Intro to Physics with lab                       4 semester units

Intro to chemistry with lab                     4 semester units

Intro to college Maths. and Algebra              4 0R 6 semester units

Intro to anatomy and physiology with lab         4 0R 8 semester units

Intro to biology with lab                        4 semester units

Intro to computers and lab                       4 sem. units
Mathematics            4 semester units in any of these below;

                                   Calculus
                                   Chemistry
                                   College Algebra
                                   College Mathematics
                                   Natural Sciences
                                   Precalculus
English Composition and Literature; two subjects from below, totaling 8
semester units of general English
                                   American Literature
                                   Analyzing and Interpreting Literature
                                   College Composition and College Composition Modular
                                   English Literature
                                   Humanities
Intro to psychology                   4 semester units

Intro to sociology                   4 semester units

Intro to philosophy                   4 semester units

Foreign Languages
                                   French Language (Levels 1 and 2)
                                   German Language (Levels 1 and 2)
                                   Spanish Language (Levels 1 and 2)
History and Social Sciences
                                   American Government
                                   Human Growth and Development
                                   Introduction to Educational Psychology
                                   Introductory Psychology
                                   Introductory Sociology
                                   Principles of Macroeconomics
                                   Principles of Microeconomics
                                   Social Sciences and History
                                   History of the United States I: Early Colonization to 1877
                                   History of the United States II: 1865 to the Present
                                   Western Civilization I: Ancient Near East to 1648
                                   Western Civilization II: 1648 to the Present

Business
                                   Introductory Business Law
                                   Information Systems and Computer Applications




Materials & Logistics Administration (BA)
Marketing Administration (BA)
English & Administration (BA)
Financial Administration (BA)
Business Administration (BA)
Commerce & Administration (BA)
Project Administration (BA)
Human Resource Administration (BA)
Hospitality Administration (BA)




THE CIC BACCALAUREATE IN ENGLISH & ADMINISTRATION
(BA ENG) PROGRAMME

1.0 UK/ EU VERSION
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'STUDY YEAR ONE' OF THE BA (Eng) PROGRAMME:
The CORE subjects which will be studied are:
       Business Theory & Commercial Practice.
       Management & Administration of People in a Business Environment.
       Business English & Communication.
       Advanced Management & Administration Theory & Practice.


'STUDY YEAR TWO' OF THE BA (Eng) PROGRAMME:
The CORE subjects which will be studied are:
       Professional & Social English.
       Business English & Letter Writing.
       Advanced English I.
       Advanced English II.


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        THE CIC BACCALAUREATE IN ENGLISH & ADMINISTRATION
                       (BA ENG) PROGRAMME


2.0. THE USA VERSION
GENERAL CORE COMPULSORY SUBJECTS

English composition and writing              4 semester units

Analyzing and Interpreting Literature        4 semester units

Introductory Business Law                    4 semester units
Introduction to Educational Psychology       4 semester units
Intro to philosophy                          4 semester units

Intro to Physics with lab                    4 semester units

Intro to chemistry with lab                  4 semester units

Intro to college Maths. and Algebra          4 semester units

Intro to anatomy and physiology with lab     4 semester units

Intro to biology with lab                    4 semester units

Intro to computers and lab                   4 sem. units

Total                                        44 sem. units


'STUDY YEAR ONE' OF THE BA (Eng) PROGRAMME:
The CORE subjects which will be studied are:     total of 80 semester units


       Business Theory & Commercial Practice.                             20 SEM. UNITS
       Management & Administration of People in a Business Environment.   20 SEM. UNITS
       Business English & Communication.                                  20 SEM. UNITS
       Advanced Management & Administration Theory & Practice.            20 SEM. UNITS


'STUDY YEAR TWO' OF THE BA (Eng) PROGRAMME:
The CORE subjects which will be studied are: total of 80 semester units


       Professional & Social English.                                     20 SEM. UNITS
       Business English & Letter Writing.                                 20 SEM. UNITS
       Advanced English I.                                                20 SEM. UNITS
       Advanced English II.                                               20 SEM. UNITS
Total semester units to earn the CIC custom North American BA Eng. is 204 sem. units




          THE CIC BACCALAUREATE IN MATERIALS & LOGISTICS
                  ADMINISTRATION (BLA) PROGRAMME


Cambridge International College provides a structured, two ‘Study Year’ Programme designed to develop
managerial, business and administrative skills in relation to materials and logistics which are essential in
those with ambitions to make successful careers in the fast moving, competitive world of international trade
and globalization. CIC’s BLA Programme is composed of Core Subjects which are essential in planning,
developing and controlling the activities of modern enterprises, and provides wide-ranging knowledge which
will accelerate career development in business environments.


'STUDY YEAR ONE' OF THE BLA PROGRAMME:


The CORE subjects which will be studied are:


       Business Theory & Commercial Practice.
       Management & Administration of People in a Business Environment.
       Business English & Communication.
       Advanced Management & Administration Theory & Practice.



'STUDY YEAR TWO' OF THE BLA PROGRAMME:


The CORE subjects which will be studied are:


       Stores Management & Stock Control.
       Purchasing & Resourcing Management.
       Logistics, Supply Chain & Transport Management.
       Project Management.



THE CIC BACCALAUREATE IN MARKETING ADMINISTRATION (BMA)
                       PROGRAMME


A structured, two ‘Study Year’ Programme designed to develop marketing, managerial, business and
administrative skills which are essential in those with ambitions to make successful careers in the fast
moving, competitive world of international trade and globalization. CIC’s BMA Programme is composed of
Core Subjects which are essential in planning, developing and controlling the activities of modern
enterprises, and provides wide-ranging knowledge which will accelerate career development in business
environments.


'STUDY YEAR ONE' OF THE BMA PROGRAMME:
The CORE subjects which will be studied are:


       Business Theory & Commercial Practice.
       Management & Administration of People in a Business Environment.
       Business English & Communication.
       Advanced Management & Administration Theory & Practice.



'STUDY YEAR TWO' OF THE BMA PROGRAMME:


The CORE subjects which will be studied are:


       Sales & Marketing Administration.
       Advertising & Public Relations.
       International Business & Trade.
       Global Marketing Management.



  THE CIC BACCALAUREATE IN FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION (BFA)
                       PROGRAMME


A structured, two ‘Study Year’ Programme designed to develop financial, managerial, business and
administrative skills which are essential in those with ambitions to make successful careers in the fast
moving, competitive world of international trade and globalization. CIC’s BFA Programme is composed of
Core Subjects which are essential in planning, developing and controlling the activities of modern
enterprises, and provides wide-ranging knowledge which will accelerate career development in business
environments.


'STUDY YEAR ONE' OF THE BFA PROGRAMME:


The CORE subjects which will be studied are:


       Business Theory & Commercial Practice.
       Management & Administration of People in a Business Environment.
       Business English & Communication.
       Advanced Management & Administration Theory & Practice.



'STUDY YEAR TWO' OF THE BFA PROGRAMME:


The CORE subjects which will be studied are:


       Business Economics & Commerce.
       Business Finance & Accounting.
       Cost Accounting.
       Financial Management.
  THE CIC BACCALAUREATE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (BBA)
                       PROGRAMME


A structured two 'Study Year' Programme designed to develop business management and administration
skills which are essential in those with ambitions to make successful careers in the fast moving, competitive
business world of international trade and globalization. CIC's BBA Programme is composed of Core Subjects
which are essential in planning and controlling the operations and activities of modern enterprises, and
provides wide-ranging knowledge which will accelerate career development in business environments.

 'STUDY YEAR ONE' OF THE BBA PROGRAMME:
 The CORE subjects which will be studied are:
        Business Theory & Commercial Practice.
        Management & Administration of People in a Business Environment.
        Business English & Communication.
        Advanced Management & Administration Theory & Practice.


 'STUDY YEAR TWO' OF THE BBA PROGRAMME:
 The CORE subjects which will be studied are:
        Business Economics & Commerce.
        Sales & Marketing Administration.
        Business Finance & Accounting.
        ANY ONE of the following Subject 'options': Inventory Control & Management OR Purchasing &
         Supply Management OR Business Insurance OR Advertising & Public Relations.


                    THE CIC BACCALAUREATE IN COMMERCE &
                     ADMINISTRATION (BCom) PROGRAMME


  A structured, two ‘Study Year’ Programme designed to develop commercial, managerial, business and
  administrative skills which are essential in those with ambitions to make successful careers in the fast
  moving, competitive world of international trade and globalization. CIC’s BCom Programme is
  composed of Core Subjects which are essential in planning, developing and controlling the activities of
  modern enterprises, and provides wide-ranging knowledge which will accelerate career development in
  business environments.

 'STUDY YEAR ONE' OF THE BCom
 PROGRAMME:
 The CORE subjects which will be studied are:
        Business Theory & Commercial Practice.
        Management & Administration of People in a
         Business Environment.
        Business English & Communication.
        Advanced Management & Administration Theory &
        Practice.


'STUDY YEAR TWO' OF THE BCom
PROGRAMME:
The CORE subjects which will be studied are:
       Business Economics & Commerce.
       International Business & Trade.
       Business Finance & Accounting.
       Project Management.


  THE CIC BACCALAUREATE IN PROJECT ADMINISTRATION (BPA)
                      PROGRAMME


 Cambridge International College provides a structured, two ‘Study Year’ Programme designed to
 develop project management and business administration skills which are essential in those with
 ambitions to make successful careers in the fast moving, competitive business world. CIC’s BPA
 Programme is composed of Core Subjects which are essential in planning, controlling and providing
 leadership for the operations and activities of modern enterprises, and provides wide-ranging
 knowledge which will accelerate career development in business and project management
 environments.



'STUDY YEAR ONE' OF THE BPA
PROGRAMME:
The CORE subjects which will be studied are:
       Business Theory & Commercial Practice.
       Management & Administration of People in a
        Business Environment.
       Business English & Communication.
       Advanced Management & Administration Theory &
        Practice.


'STUDY YEAR TWO' OF THE BPA
PROGRAMME:
The CORE subjects which will be studied are:
       Project Management.
       Purchasing & Supply Management.
       Business Finance & Accounting.
       Project Leadership.


THE CIC BACCALAUREATE IN HUMAN RESOURCE ADMINISTRATION
                   (BHA) PROGRAMME


 A structured, two ‘Study Year’ Programme designed to develop human resource/personnel,
  managerial, organizational and administrative skills which are essential in those with ambitions to
  make successful careers in the fast moving, competitive world of international trade and business
  development. CIC’s BHA Programme is composed of Core Subjects which are essential in planning,
  developing and controlling the activities of modern enterprises, and provides wide-ranging knowledge
  which will accelerate career development in business and management environments.

'STUDY YEAR ONE' OF THE BHA
PROGRAMME:
The CORE subjects which will be studied are:
       Business Theory & Commercial Practice.
       Management & Administration of People in a
        Business Environment.
       Business English & Communication.
       Advanced Management & Administration Theory &
        Practice.


'STUDY YEAR TWO' OF THE BHA
PROGRAMME:
The CORE subjects which will be studied are:
       Human Resource/Personnel Management.
       Organisational Behaviour.
       Leadership & Team Management.
       Employee Development.


    THE CIC BACCALAUREATE IN HOSPITALITY ADMINISTRATION
                     (BSA) PROGRAMME


  Cambridge International College provides a structured, two ‘Study Year’ Programme designed to
  develop hospitality management, event management and businesss administration skills which are
  essential in those with ambitions to make successful careers in the fast moving, competitive business
  world. CIC’s BSA Programme is composed of Core Subjects which are essential in planning, controlling
  and providing leadership for the operations and activities of not only hospitality enterprises but also
  commercial businesses and public and organisations. It provides wide-ranging knowledge which will
  accelerate career development in all these environments.

'STUDY YEAR ONE' OF THE BSA
PROGRAMME:
The CORE subjects which will be studied are:
       Business Theory & Commercial Practice.
       Management & Administration of People in a
        Business Environment.
       Business English & Communication.
       Advanced Management & Administration Theory &
        Practice.


'STUDY YEAR TWO' OF THE BSA
PROGRAMME:
The CORE subjects which will be studied are:
       Hotel Operations & Management.
       Tourism & Travel Agency Management.
       Event Management: Strategy & Planning.
       Event Management: Operations & Logistics.


CAMBRIDGE INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE

  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR NON UK STUDENTS AND GRADUATES.

I_________________________________________ by my personal signature appended here below do
acknowledge without any duress or manipulation, that the degree I intend to obtain after the
satisfactory completion of my studies at CIC UK, may require that it undergoes through a
recognized foreign qualifications and credential evaluation system or agency before it is ready for use
in the particular non UK territory and I am also aware that neither UA nor CIC has control over
what the equivalency will be in comparison to the CIC award after the evaluation. It is often wise,
the student consult those evaluation agencies in question before applying to study at CIC UK.

Sign__________________________DATE________________________

LAST FOR 4 DIGITS OF YOUR SSN, DL OR INT. PASSPORT NO;___________
CIC MBA APPLICATION CHECK LIST
1.0 . Well -filled MBA application form.

2.0 . Term and conditions of enrolment form duly signed by the student.

3.0. Curriculum vitae of the student included.

4.0. All transcripts and/or diplomas of all the college attended is included in the application.

5.0. Two copies of most recent passport photographs.

6.0. Two professional recommendation letters.

7.0. A check or money order of $ 2000 usd addressed to ``The university of America’’.
CIC TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR STUDENT `S ENROLMENT
        MUST BE READ AND SIGNED BY THE STUDENT

With Cambridge International College you study in your country of
residence; you do NOT come to the College premises in Britain. You may
enrol on ANY DAY or DATE of the year.

By submitting an Enrolment/Registration Form you accept the following
Terms & Conditions of Enrolment and agree to abide by all Rules and
Regulations of Cambridge International College of College House, Leoville,
Jersey JE3 2DB, Britain.

1. On receipt of your Fee payment at the College in Jersey, Britain, and on
your acceptance onto the MBA Programme you have chosen, you will be
registered with Cambridge International College as a CIC MBA Member.
Should CIC judge that you do not meet the requirements for entry onto the
MBA Programme, CIC may utilise the Fee received to provide training and
study which will help bring you to the level at which you will accepted onto
the MBA Programme.

2. On registration onto the MBA Programme you will be rapidly sent: Module
One for appropriate Core Subjects by email accompanied in most cases by a
Self-Assessment Test with Recommended Answers if you have clearly stated
an email address on your Application for Registration Form. CIC printed
Study Manuals/selected Publications for Core Subjects by registered airmail
post, with Self-Assessment Tests and Recommended Answers as
appropriate. Full Study & Training Instructions on how you can learn and
progress rapidly with CIC - with all of which you agree to comply fully.

3. Your Study Period in which to complete Training on the AMBA Programme
will be up to 48 months from your registration date - provided you have
completed payment of the agreed Fee. However, you will be permitted to
complete the AMBA Programme in a shorter period of time if you devote
sufficient time to studies and produce satisfactory Examination Work.
Examinations will be sat under ‘Approved Invigilation’ in your own area (see
below ).

4. You may be set a Mid-Training Test and an End-of-Training Test for Core
Subjects in ‘Study Year One’ and ‘Study Year Two’. You will have the
OPTION of whether or not to submit your Work for the Tests for marking
and assessment by qualified CIC Tutors in Britain as Examination practice,
and receiving any additional guidance, assistance and instruction from the
Tutors on your Work. If you choose to submit your Work, there is an
additional ‘Tutorial Charge’ for each Test.

5. On successfully completing the CIC MBA Programme you will be awarded
the CIC MBA certification for the Programme completed, and a Transcript &
Grade sheet.

6. I acknowledge that I may be required to evaluate my CIC MBA through
a foreign credential evaluation agency by an employer or another college
where I am seeking employment or admission, since CIC is not a U.S
college but a duly accredited UK college. As soon as you are enrolled you
will be permitted to visit the College’s special Member Services Website to
see Examination Results, Transcripts, CIC Newsletters & Literature, FREE
Study Modules, study & training information, your Membership Details and
much more .

‘Approved Invigilation’ means you will sit the Final Examination under ‘true
examination conditions’ supervised by an ‘Invigilator’ (or ‘Proctor’)
appointed by the College - in your local area (wherever you are resident at
the time you are ready to sit the Examination). Arrangements for you to sit
the Final Examination under Approved Invigilation/Supervision in your local
area can only be made: (1) once you are an enrolled Member of the
College; and (2) when you have made sufficient progress in your Studies
and Training. Arrangements cannot be made before your enrolment.

The ‘Tutorial Charge’ is £25 or US$50 or E40 for each set of Test Work you
submit. You do NOT have to pay any more than the Fee stated on the
Enrolment Form if you do NOT use the optional Tutorial Service. You may
pay the Tutorial Charge in advance on registration, OR wait until you have
answered a Test to decide whether you want or need to submit the Work
(and pay) for marking and assessment.

PLEASE ATTACH - IF AVAILABLE - TWO PASSPORT-SIZE COLOUR
PHOTOGRAPHS. THE PHOTOGRAPHS ARE NOT, HOWEVER, ESSENTIAL, AND
NEED NOT DELAY THE COMMENCEMENT OF YOUR CIC STUDY & TRAINING.



STUDENT SIGN AND DATE_____________________________________

FULL NAME OF THE STUDENT__________________________________

				
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