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Graduate Program

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Pre-Medicine

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Friday, 01 April 2016 00:00

CIS Emphasis

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Bachelor of Business Administration:
Computer Information Systems (CIS) Emphasis 

Computer Information Systems (CIS) is concerned with the information that computer systems can provide to aid a company, non-profit or governmental organization in defining and achieving its goals. It is also concerned with the processes that an enterprise can implement and improve using information technology.

CIS professionals must understand both technical and organizational factors. Also, they must be able to help an organization determine how information and technology-enabled business processes can provide a foundation for superior organizational performance.

The CIS program is one of the emphasis areas of the Faculty of Business Administration. It is designed to prepare students to meet the challenges of IT utilization in the business environment.

Employment Opportunities

The employment outlook for CIS is excellent, as the demand in this area is projected to grow faster than the average other occupations. Those trained in Computer Information Systems work in such areas as: programmer/analyst, network administrator, systems analyst, computer support specialist, and other related positions in the field.

Advantages of Choosing CIS

  • Instead of spending 2 years taking science courses, you take business courses
  • Focuses on applying computer systems to real business problems
  • Dones require a strong math or science aptitude
  • As competitive as other computer disciplines
  • Prepared for a Master in Computer Sciences or a Master in Business Administration

Some CIS Courses

  • Essentials of Computer Programming
  • Systems Analysis and Design
  • Web Page Programming
  • Database Design
  • Network Design and Administration
  • Mobile Devices Application Development
  • Systems Development Project
Thursday, 30 June 2016 00:00

Management Emphasis

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Bachelor of Business Administration: Management Emphasis 

The management emphasis is vocationally oriented. This program prepares students for a career in business, whether domestic or international, recognizing that the business world is a global one as one steps into the 21st century. It is designed to produce educationally well-rounded individuals, capable of taking their places in their chosen professions and in the communities in which they live. Asia-Pacific International University graduates are employment-ready, of immediate practical relevance to their employers and capable of excellent career development from a strong commencing base. In this context the program seeks to integrate positive Christian values with sound business principles.

What skills do our graduates gain?

Through our Accounting program, graduates develop a valuable set of skills that are transferable to a range of careers, including:

  • Analytical thinking and problem solving
  • High moral and ethical standards
  • Sense of value for life, people and diversity
  • Good planning and organization
  • Oral and written communication
  • Teamwork and leadership
  • Capacity to think creatively, logically and quantitatively
  • Observation, research and development abilities

Our students have become:

  • Business Owners
  • Human Resource Managers
  • Business Managers
  • Sales Managers
Wednesday, 29 June 2016 00:00

English for Business Emphasis

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Bachelor of Arts in English:
Business Emphasis 

The English for Business program is one of the emphases of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities. It is designed to prepare students for employment in the small business or to assistant roles in the commercial sector.

What skills do our graduates gain?

Graduates develop a valuable set of skills that are transferable to a range of careers, including:

  • Office and Sales Management
  • High moral and ethical standards
  • Sense of value for life, people and diversity
  • Good planning and organization
  • Teamwork and leadership
  • Capacity to think creatively, and logically

Our students have become:

  • Office Managers
  • Translators
  • Sales Officers
  • Communication Officers

Bachelor of Arts in English:
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Emphasis

The TESOL emphasis prepares students for a career in English teaching. It is designed to produce educationally well-rounded individuals, capable of taking their places in their chosen professions and in the communities in which they live. Asia-Pacific International University graduates are of immediate practical relevance to their employers and capable of excellent career development from a strong commencing base.

What skills do our graduates gain?

Graduates develop a valuable set of skills that are transferable to a range of careers, including:

  • Classroom and Educational Management
  • Development of Language Teaching Methods
  • High moral and ethical standards
  • Sense of value for life, people and diversity
  • Teamwork and leadership
  • Capacity to think creatively

Our students have become:

  • Teachers
  • School Managers
  • University Lecturers
Wednesday, 29 June 2016 00:00

English for Communication Emphasis

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Bachelor of Arts in English:
Communication Emphasis 

The English for communication emphasis prepares students for a career in communication, whether in the areas of media, writing, teaching, or tourism. It is designed to produce educationally well-rounded individuals, capable of taking their places in their chosen professions and in the communities in which they live. Asia-Pacific International University graduates are of immediate practical relevance to their employers and capable of excellent career development from a strong commencing base.

What skills do our graduates gain?

Graduates develop a valuable set of skills that are transferable to a range of careers, including:

  • Feature and news writing
  • High moral and ethical standards
  • Sense of value for life, people and diversity
  • Good planning and organization
  • Teamwork and leadership
  • Capacity to think creatively, logically and quantitatively

Our students have become:

  • Teachers
  • Writers
  • Communication Officers
  • Public Relation Officers
Friday, 24 June 2016 00:00

Accounting Emphasis

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Bachelor of Business Administration: Accounting Emphasis 

The accounting emphasis is vocationally oriented. This program prepares students for a career in business, whether domestic or international, recognizing that the business world is a global one as one steps into the 21st century. It is designed to produce educationally well-rounded individuals, capable of taking their places in their chosen professions and in the communities in which they live. Asia-Pacific International University accounting graduates are employment-ready, of immediate practical relevance to their employers and capable of excellent career development from a strong commencing base. In this context the program seeks to integrate positive Christian values with sound accounting and business principles.

What skills do our graduates gain?

Through our Accounting program, graduates develop a valuable set of skills that are transferable to a range of careers, including:

  • Analytical thinking and problem solving
  • High moral and ethical standards
  • Sense of value for life, people and diversity
  • Good planning and organization
  • Oral and written communication
  • Teamwork and leadership
  • Capacity to think creatively, logically and quantitatively
  • Observation, research and development abilities

Our students have become:

  • Accountants (CPA) 
  • Financial Controllers
  • Financial Managers
Thursday, 23 June 2016 00:00

Health Science Sequence and Course Requirements

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Sequence and Course Requirements

Bachelor of Science in Bioscience: Health Science Emphasis 

Required Emphasis Courses

Core Required Emphasis Courses (19 Credit Hours)

  • BIOL 252 General Microbiology (4)
  • BIOL 332 Biostatistics (3)
  • CHEM 231 Organic Chemistry I (4)
  • CHEM 232 Organic Chemistry II (4)
  • CHEM 351 Biochemistry (4)

Major Required Emphasis Courses (26 Credit Hours)

  • BIOL 221 Genetics (4 )
  • BIOL 321 Cell Molecular Biology (4 )
  • BIOL 362 Systems Physiology (4)
  • BIOL 381 General Ecology (4)
  • BIOL 382 Biodiversity and Systematic Biology (4)
  • BIOL 482 Phil Insights on Creation & Evolution (3)
  • BIOL/HLED 496 Seminar (1)
  • BIOL/HLED 480 Internship (2) OR
  • BIOL/HLED 486 Directed Research (2)

Elective Emphasis Courses (16 Credit Hours)

  • HLED 261 Anatomy and Physiology I (3)
  • HLED 262 Anatomy and Physiology II (3)
  • HLED 281 Principles of Epidemiology (3)

Three of the following courses:

  • HLED 390/490 Topics in Bioscience (1-4)
  • HLED 463 Exercise Physiology (3)
  • HLED 482 Global and Indigenous Public Health (3)
  • HLED 483 Health Communication (3)
  • HLED 485 Environmental Health and Toxicology (3)

 

PROJECTED SEQUENCE OF STUDIES

HEALTH SCIENCE EMPHASIS

First Year

First Semester

BIOL 151 General Biology I (4)

CHEM 131 General Chemistry I (4)

EDUC 111 Orientation to Higher Education (1)

ENGL 111 English Composition I (3)

HLED 117 Health and Fitness (3)

TOTAL 15

Second Semester

BIOL 152 General Biology II (4)

CHEM 132 General Chemistry II (4)

ENGL 112 English Composition II (3)

HMNT/HIST GE Course: Humanities and Social Sciences (2)

REL GE Course: Moral & Religious Values (3)

TOTAL 16

Summer

CPTR 114 Computer and Information Technology (3)

PSYC 115 General Psychology (3)

TOTAL 6

 

Second Year

First Semester

BIOL 221 Genetics (4)

CHEM 231 Organic Chemistry I (4)

MATH 231 Calculus for Life and Social Sciences I (3)

PHYS 231 General Physics I (4)

TOTAL 15

Second Semester

BIOL 252 General Microbiology (4)

CHEM 232 Organic Chemistry II (4)

MATH 232 Calculus for Life and Social Sciences II (3)

PHYS 232 General Physics II (4)

TOTAL 15

Summer

REL GE Course: Moral and Religious Values (3)

Free Elective (3)

TOTAL 6

 

Third Year

First Semester

BIOL 321 Cell Molecular Biology (4)

BIOL 371 Research Methods (3)

BIOL 381 General Ecology (4)

CHEM 351 Biochemistry (4)

TOTAL 15

Second Semester

BIOL 332 Biostatistics (3)

BIOL 362 Systems Physiology (4)

BIOL 382 Biodiversity and Systematic Biology (4)

REL GE Course: Moral and Religious Values (3)

TOTAL 14

Summer

HLED 480 Internship OR (2)

HLED 486 Directed Research

Elective Emphasis Course (3)

TOTAL 5

 

Fourth Year

First Semester

HLED 281 Principles of Epidemiology (3)

HLED 496 Seminar (1)

Elective Emphasis Course (3)

Free Elective (3)

TOTAL 10

Second Semester

BIOL 452 Bioethics (3)

BIOL 482 Philosophical Insights on Creation and Evolution (3)

HLED 390/490 Topics in Bioscience (1)

RELP 312 Marriage and Family (3)

Elective Emphasis Course (3)

Elective Emphasis Course (3)

TOTAL 16

GRAND TOTAL 133

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