Business Administration for B.A. in IDC Herzliya
Study and Mingle
IDC holds one of the most successful international schools in Israel, with more than 1,500 foreign students attending the institution (out of 6,500 in total). It offers a Business B.A. program that will benefit future Israeli and international business man and women alike.
Undergraduate students in Business Administration track may select classes in either Hebrew or English (or both). They must take several classes in math (calculus, statistics etc.) and core classes in economics and management. In their second and third years, students select classes in accordance to their field of expertise - finance, marketing or internet, mobile and social studies.
IDC Herzliya offers special programs for honors students in their third year; students may intern at Israeli and international companies located in Israel. Furthermore, IDC's honors students may attend the Zell Entrepreneurship Program. The program aids students to start their own business ventures, and is entirely in English.
IDC Herzliya's undergraduate Business Administration track is designed to be completed in three years, two semesters per year. Students can choose business administration as a single major or as a double major together with government, communications, psychology or computer science. Students who take part in the Zell Entrepreneurship Program must take three semesters in their final year.
* Principles of Finance
* Marketing Management
* Organizational Behavior
* Human Resource Management
* Computer Law
* Simulation Games and Negotiation Processes
* Problem Resolution Strategy
* Legal Aspects of Corporate Finance
* The Capital Market in Israel
* Bankruptcy and Reorganization of Companies
You can also read about - Law Studies for LL.B. Degree in Israel
IDC Herzliya's faculty members are leading figures in Israeli and international academia, including: the commissioner of capital markets, insurance and saving in the Ministry of Finance; the director of the Center for Game Theory in Economics at the New York State University at Stony Brook; editors in chief of leading international journals; and one of the best researchers in Israel in the area of judgment and decision making.
Applicants must know either Hebrew or English at mother tongue level. In case students are not native speakers of either language they will have to pass a language proficiency test. Candidates must submit their high school diploma, SAT or other standardized tests scores (scores have to be above 1000 in the 1,600 scale) and two letters of recommendation.
Graduates of the program receive a B.A. degree in business administration from the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya (IDC).