AUS Collaboration with Tiffin University

American University in Switzerland Image
American University in Switzerland Image
In collaboration with
American University of Applied Sciences Institute in Switzerland (AUS), located in La Tour-de-Peilz, Switzerland, and Tiffin University (TU), located in Tiffin, state of Ohio, USA, have entered into a partnership, the Dual Degree Program (DDP), allowing AUS students to obtain a dual degree from both institutions.
The partnership offers BSBA and MIBA degrees, each with multiple options. The BSBA degrees would have a specialization, and with the MIBA, the students would also receive a certificate.
In order to receive the dual degrees, students must successfully complete the required AUS and TU courses. Every student enrolled in the DDP will follow the AUS curriculum, aside from the Tiffin courses.
Tiffin University has US Higher Learning Commission accreditation, which is recognized by most ministries of education.
The TU programs are all on-line with video, discussion rooms, readings, and other assignments. For the most part, the students will be in the same class as TU students, thus enabling interaction. There is a possibility for AUS students to study on campus at Tiffin University in Ohio.
Bachelor - Dual Degree Program Requirements
All AUS students must complete 135 credit hours to receive their degree, of which 39 credit hours are specializations.
The TU courses will be the DDP students’ specialization courses.
The TU specialization courses add up to 34 credits, 5 credits less than the specialization requirement. Students will fill the remaining 5 credits with AUS electives.
If a BSBA student successfully completes the DDP, in that case, the student will graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) with one of the specialties from AUS and a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in the specialty from TU.
BSBA Specializations
Master – Dual Degree Program Requirements
The AUS Master program requirement is to complete 90 credit hours to receive the degree, and the total of 27 credit hours are for specialization courses. The total number of credits of the TU core Master curriculum and the certificate program is 36 credits, which is 9 more than AUS’ specialization course requirement of 27 credits.
The TU courses will be the DDP students’ specialization courses.
The DDP students will NOT take the following AUS courses (these are included in the TU courses):
If a MIBA student successfully completes the DDP, the student will graduate with a Master of International Business Administration (MIBA) with one of the specialties from AUS and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) in the specialty from TU. They will also receive a Professional Certificate in the specialty. If desired, MIBA students can take just the TU Professional Certificate curriculum separate from the entire TU MBA program.
Master of Business Administration Program
The MBA degree focuses on developing competencies in communication skills, leadership and teamwork, information technology, and problem-solving. A distinguished faculty leads a rich and diverse student body through current issues in management and prepares the students for the technology-driven global workplace of the third millennium.
**Courses waived if a student has earned an undergraduate degree in business with a 3.0 GPA or higher.

In addition to the core curriculum listed above, each student must also complete one of the concentrations listed below to be awarded the Master of Business Administration Degree. To be awarded a Graduate Level Certificate, the student only needs to complete the concentration/certificate curriculum noted below.
MIBA Specializations