At Thames, we seek to strengthen your academic talents, while also simultaneously nurturing your personal talents. Thames looks for students that are committed to becoming the best versions of themselves, with progressive, forward-thinking values and a desire for experiences. Students that believe in a hands-on educational experience and wish to actively take part in the college community and our many interest-based clubs will fit right in at Thames.
Business administration is the study of operating a business. This covers topics such as finance, marketing, human resources, and customer service. Students of business administration will learn how to create business plans, evaluate risks, and will develop managerial skills.
Business management teaches students how to plan, organize, lead, and manage the financial, human, and physical resources of an organization. Management students learn to make business decisions and the tackling of operational issues that arise within the organization.
Banking management is the study of modern banking theories, banking regulations and legislations, savings and loan assessments, and international monetary aspects and policies. Students of banking management learn how to deal with issues regarding the management of a bank and the evaluation of financial risks.
Computer application is the study of the principles of computer science and its application in design, documentation, and problem solving. Students learn to tackle various computational problems and provide mathematical and scientific reasoning for their solutions.
Entrepreneurship is the study of business opportunities. Students learn how to recognize, evaluate, and make decisions around new business ventures, and are also equipped with managerial skills to run businesses they have set up.
Finance is a study of decision making in the market. This subject informs students on the ways in which markets perform, financial opportunities and risks and how to evaluate them, and how financial management works. Market research, investment, corporate finance, and following the stock market are some aspects of the study of finance.
Information management is the study of information technologies and systems utilized in business organizations to solve problems. Students will study the design, development, and maintenance of computer software and systems that aid businesses in managerial decision making.
Journalism and Mass Communication
Journalism and Mass Communication tackles the ways in which ideas are exchanged in modern society. Students learn how to find factual information and communicate that through styles of writing, speech, multimedia tools, such as online platforms. Students interested in current events, reading, writing, research, and working for news reporting and communication platforms should opt for journalism and mass communications.
Marketing is the study of making decisions about product design and quality, pricing, advertising, selling, and distribution, based on the analysis of customers and their needs. Marketing deals with business measures like sales, customer satisfaction, sales revenue, and market shares.
Psychology is the study of behaviors and mental processes, exploring topics such as emotional health and learning abilities. Experimental, observational, and case study methods are employed to learn psychological theories, facts, and principles.
Rural Development is the study of the social, economic, and political situations in the rural areas. Students learn research procedures to understand the needs of rural areas, and are equipped with tools to help develop them. They are taught how to address poverty with innovative agricultural practices, advance science and policies regarding sustainable development, and strengthen small economies in rural areas.
Sociology is an exploration of the range of topics within the subject of society and social behavior, including social problems and public policy. Students of sociology investigate human behavior within the boundaries of demographics, race, gender, or class divisions, aided by tools for scientific research.
Social work is the study of social and economic well-being, where students learn how to recognize and respond to social problems and are equipped with the knowledge and skills required to help individuals, families, or communities. Students who are interested in understanding the society and want to pursue careers as social workers, researchers, social planners, or clinicians should opt to study social work.
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