Bay Atlantic University

Undergraduate Programs

BAU’s primary mission is to provide education in accounting in preparation for professional careers in public accounting. The program is devoted to providing basic accounting and business knowledge and skills, along with general education, needed for career development.

The program is intended to prepare career focused students with comprehensive knowledge of business principles. Students receive a comprehensive business education as they learn the key content areas of management, marketing, finance, accounting, economics, and law; this includes exposure to how technology, ethical decision-making and other business elements are transforming workplaces locally and globally.

BAU is committed to providing a strong undergraduate program in Economics that teaches students the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in economics careers. The BAU BA program in Economics is designed not only to prepare students for careers in economics related fields, but also to produce well-rounded global citizens.

Students studying International Relations & Affairs at BAU will focus on the changing political, economic and cultural relations within the international system of the modern era. The program explores how global, regional, and domestic factors influence relations between actors on the world stage. Students learn both the foundational skills and specific knowledge necessary to analyze the choices and challenges that arise among nations.

Graduate Programs

The Entrepreneurship program provides students with the necessary knowledge and experience to excel as entrepreneurs in today’s highly competitive global business environment. Students acquire critical skills associated with understanding and managing innovation, branding, and intrapreneurship. As part of the program, students learn how to develop and commercialize their own projects.

The Global Affairs curriculum empowers students to think critically about the various interconnected components of the global economy. From the information technology revolution to the restructuring of supply chains, monopolistic practices to sustainable development, students gain in-depth knowledge concerning the basic dynamics that have transformed the worldwide economy.

The International Law & Economics curriculum offers students specialized courses in basic international law, trade law, and national competition law statues. Students learn how legal systems affect the broader economic and trade environment with respect to critical decisions about investments, outsourcing, and the development of new trade programs.

PhD Degrees

Students will demonstrate mastery in critically applying theories, methodologies, and knowledge to address fundamental questions in the fields of American politics, comparative politics, international political economy, and/or international security and foreign policy analysis, as evidenced by their academic performance in the programs curricular requirements and the qualifying examinations.

The Department of Economics in the BAU has scholars who have professionally and academically produced research of the highest quality. The Ph.D. program in Economics is designed to train doctoral researchers to conduct research of high academic merit and to make important and original contributions to the subject.

The School of Business in BAU has scholars who have professionally and academically produced research of the highest quality. The Ph.D. program in Business Administration is designed to train doctoral researchers to conduct research of high academic merit and to make important and original contributions to the subject.