Each student at the School of Business Administration is assigned an Academic Advisor. An Academic Advisor assists the student throughout their entire degree program in order to prepare their degree plan and approve the course schedules for each enrollment period. The academic advisor's approval is required for course registration as well as adding, dropping, or changing courses.
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In addition to the Academic Advisor, School Coordinators are always available for consultation:
Alae Gamar: Student Engagement Associate
- Phone: 0535862479
- Office: Building 11/Room 113
- Youssef Chetioui
- Academic Coordinator for Undergraduate Programs
- Status: Full-time
- Office number: 108
- Building: 11
- Office phone: 212 (0) 535 86 23 82
- Comlanvi Martin Konou:
- Academic Advisor for Undergraduate Programs
- Phone: 05 358624 72
- Office: Building 10/Room 11
For any question, please contact Hayat Bouaouiss
- Phone: 05 35862313
- Office: Building 11/Room 010
The SBA Internship Program allows students to apply classroom studies to business experiences. Internships are a chance to improve students’ professional French and English skills, understand different paths in the Moroccan business environment, and assess business situations from an ethical point of view. Internships are mandatory for graduation and students typically complete them during the summer before their final year. Internships are taken for academic credit and require additional academic work with their Internship advisor.
For more information on the Internship please click on the course material below:
The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program is designed to provide an excellent business education for Morocco’s future leaders. It focuses on major areas of business administration such as finance, marketing, management, international business, logistics and supply chain management.Each study area has been carefully designed to help students develop the appropriate knowledge and abilities that will contribute to their intellectual growth and development, and ultimately lead them to achieve successful careers in business administration.
Intended Learning Outcomes
In line with SBA's mission, the program’s Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs) were developed by the Quality Assurance and Accreditation Committee and validated by SBA faculty members. The Program ILOs rest on the following six dimensions:
- Ethical: make decisions ethically.
- Successful: display skills and competencies of successful business decision makers.
- Manager: demonstrate managerial qualities.
- Leader: understand and demonstrate leadership qualities.
- Local: understand the Moroccan local business environment.
- Global: comprehend the global business environment.
The BBA Program is structured around five components:
- The General Education requirements (GenEd).
- The Business Common Core (BCC), which corresponds to the courses that all BBA students take, regardless of their choice of concentration or minor.
- The First Concentration: BBA students choose one area of concentration in Finance, Management, Marketing, International Business, or Logistics and SCM.
- The Second Concentration / Minor: BBA students may choose a second concentration in Finance, Management, Marketing, International Business, or Logistics and SCM. Alternatively, they may choose a minor in areas offered by the two other Schools (SSE and SHSS) like Computer Science, Mathematics, Human Resource Development, Communication Studies, Psychology and Leadership.
- Elective courses.
- business analysts
- portfolio and financial managers
- sales and marketing managers
- operations managers
- project managers
Who can Apply?
The program is open for graduates of Moroccan or International high schools interested in earning a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration.
Usual criteria for admission to the School of Business Administration:
- “Baccalauréat” delivered by an institution recognized by the Moroccan Ministry of Education, or equivalent
- GAT or SAT.