- Office of the Provost
- Office of the Registrar
- Faculty of Education and Arts
- Faculty of Management and Social Science
- Faculty of Nursing, Allied Health and Social Work
- Faculty of Science and Technology
- Office of Open and Distance Learning
- Quality Assurance
- UB Catalog
The Faculty of Management and Social Sciences (FMASS) offers a Certificate in Para-Legal Studies from the Belize City Campus . Two Associate Degrees are also offered in Belize City: ABUS and ATOS. ABUS is also offered in BMP.
The faculty also offers four Bachelor Degrees. BBAC, BPSM, BMAN, BTOR. Part-time students are also considered for some of the programs – check with advisors regarding these options. Except for BPSM, the baccalaureate programs are offered in Belize City campuses. Belmopan Campus offers BPSM and BMAN.
The Faculty of Management and Social Sciences focuses on quality graduates. It is expected that all graduates will have a well-rounded education (from the university's general core) and baccalaureate degree graduates will be technically and professionally qualified in their area of studies. Graduates at this level will be expected to take up leadership positions in middle level and upper level management of organizations and also be expected to have tools that will lead them toward creating their own businesses. Graduates will also be well equipped with the requisite academic skills to transfer successfully into graduate programs. Associate degree students will also boast a well-rounded education and be equipped with the necessary skills to function effectively and efficiently at the beginning levels of organizations. These graduates will also be well equipped to transfer easily into undergraduate degree programs.
- Performance on ATLIB Math and English General Tests at a level deemed acceptable by the University
- Cumulative GPA of 2.0 or above of completed high school as well as in English and Math
- Four passes in CXC subjects, which must include English and Mathematics in place of the ATLIB Test or the High School subject grade
- A combined score of 890 on the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) or 18 on the American College Test (ACT) in place of the ATLIB general test
- Cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.0
- Cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.0 or above in English and Mathematics at Junior College
- Grade Point Average of 2.0 or above in core courses taken at Junior College.Detail can be found in the Transcript Evaluation section
- Two GCE 'A' level, or a 2-unit CAPE, passes to replace the cumulative 2.5 grade point average requirement
- A GCE 'A' level, or a 2-unit CAPE, passes to replace the subject specific grade point average requirement