I want to wholeheartedly welcome you to the Best Brains International University (BBIU) family. As the most celebrated Africa icon Nelson Mandela noted “Education is the bedrock of any thriving society”.
Over the years especially after the civil war that lasted for nearly two decades and claimed over 250,000 lives. Former President Madam Ellen Johnson described the post war Liberian educational system as a “mess”. Her vivid description encapsulates the entrenched corruption in the educational system and harassment of female students of sexual favors in exchange for grades. With a nation that has witnessed colossal damage of our society, it would be hopeless trying to rebuild a broken nation without first fixing the educational system. Allowing these immoral practices in our tertiary institutions do not only discourage students to give their very best in their academic sojourn but will also deprive the nation of the kind of quality of character and academic ability needed to contribute meaningfully to nation building.
As a noble institution, we are committed to the development of the whole person (the heart and the head) to serve diligently our country and humanity in general.
Too often Africa is in the news for the wrong reasons. Our continent is featured in global media landscape either for corruption, poverty, diseases, wars, lacking no interest in democratic tenants etc. in spite of numerous tertiary institutions across the continent, these perennial issues continue to dampen the image of Africa home and abroad with even our citizens distrusting our leaders and institutions. It is time to rethink strategies of training our leaders to be problem solvers instead of just job seekers. It is this gap our institution wishes to fill in this 21st century by the grace of God.
Here at Best Brains International University (BBIU) we are committed to academic excellences, the development of ethical leadership, nurtured collaborative working relationship with others and a sense of patriotic spirit to country first.
BBIU is relentlessly capable to answer this call. We are suited uniquely to be a beacon of hope and light for all in Liberia.
Supporting a memorable learning experience for our students is our mission at BBIU. We count it a big privilege to walk along side you on this journey to help you be the best version of yourselves.
May the loving grace of Jesus Christ our Savior help us all on this exciting and rewarding journey of academic experience.
Dr. Luther J. Tarpeh
Best Brains International University (BBIU)
BBIU offers the following Degree, Diploma and Certificate programs:
The Bachelor of Science in Accountancy (BBA) program offered at BBIU is a four year program focused on subjects in financial, public, and managerial accounting, auditing, administration, business laws, and taxation.
The Bachelor of Science in Economics program develops students' analytical abilities and prepares them for postgraduate study or careers in business, industry, and government. Economics students are required to complete a specialization or a second major.Students in an economics major learn how to analyze human decision-making and interaction. ... Majoring in economics can provide students with exposure to research techniques, policymaking methods, quantitative analysis and more.
Our management courses can cover a variety of topics about a wide range of skills applicable in numerous organizations. Courses can be found in classroom training, urban management and development, leadership and management, and business administration.
Public administration is the implementation of government policy and also an academic discipline that studies this implementation and prepares civil servants for working in the public service. ... Public administrators are public servants working in public departments and agencies, at all levels of government.
Through the Primary Education Studies course, the Best Brains International University seeks to produce graduates capable of teaching pupils at the primary level. The course introduces students to the core subjects that elementary school students study, which include basic mathematics, science, social studies and language arts.
Introduction. High school/secondary diploma programs provide students with the requirements for graduation from a secondary school program representing 12 academic years of schooling intended for school-age students.
Sociology is part of the social sciences group of subjects, and intersects with other social sciences such as politics, economics, statistics and law. Like subjects such as geography, sociology encompasses elements of both scientific enquiry and also more humanities-based approaches.
Mass Communication is the study of how the information related to entities and individual, communicate or transfers to the entire world at the same time. The information is generally disseminated using the newspapers, books, magazines, websites, blogs, radio, film and television.
This course asks students to work in several genres, including poetry, ﬁction, creative nonﬁction, and/or drama. Class focuses on deﬁning “good” writing and encouraging a process approach. Students will be asked to work through multiple drafts of work and participate in group editing sessions.
Bachelor of Arts in International Relations. Bachelor's degree programs in international relations are interdisciplinary and integrate topics such as history, geography, and languages. Students learn about the various forces that influence a country's foreign policies.
Political science is the study of politics and power from domestic, international, and comparative perspectives. It entails understanding political ideas, ideologies, institutions, policies, processes, and behavior, as well as groups, classes, government, diplomacy, law, strategy, and war.
Computer networking courses train students to connect local area networks (LAN), wide area networks (WAN) and wireless versions of both types. They also learn to connect hardware devices and set up Internet access. These skills can apply to a variety of careers.
Computer programming courses focus on helping students develop an understanding of computer networks, operating systems, algorithms, database systems and web design. ... Here is a list of topics commonly explored in computer programming courses: Web development. Database design.