Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) is designed to create executives for the new generation corporate practice, with high knowledge about every aspect of a business organization. Universities generally include all basic courses of Science, Arts and Commerce and Make on or two major course[s]. Finance, Marketing, Accounting, Human Resource Management and MIS are generally be the Major.

General BBA Courses includes:

A. Common Courses:

  1. Introduction to Busines Organization
  2. Business Communication
  3. General Science
  4. History
  5. Business Law
  6. Management
  7. Accounting
  8. Marketing
  9. Finance
  10. HRM
  11. Production and Operations Management
  12. Organizatin Bhavior
  13. Statistics
  14. Business Mathematics
  15. Principles of Micro Economics
  16. Principles of Macro Economics
  17. Basic Computer Skill
  18. Economic Geography
  19. Office Management
  20. Managerial Finance
  21. Marketing Management
  22. International Business
  23. Business Research Methodology
  24. Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management.
  25. Principles of Banking and Insurance
  26. Strategic Management
  27. Project Management
  28. Total Quality Management

B. Major/Elective Courses:

a. Courses in Accounting:

  1. Cost Accounting
  2. Taxation and Auditing Practices
  3. Advanced Financial Accounting
  4. Advanced Management Accounting
  5. Accounting Information System and Computer Applications
  6. International Accounting
  7. Company Law

b. Courses in Finance:

  1. Public Finance and Taxation Practices
  2. Capital Budgeting
  3. Company Law
  4. International Finance
  5. Financial Institutions
  6. Investment Management
  7. Bank and Insurance Management
  8. Real Estate Principles

c. Courses in Marketing:

  1. Consumer Behavior
  2. Selling & Salesmanship
  3. International Marketing
  4. Introduction to Marketing Research
  5. Brand Management
  6. Business Logistics
  7. Retail Management
  8. Introduction to Strategic Marketing
  9. Industrial Marketing
  10. Advertising

d. Courses in Human Resource Management:

  1. Human Resource Planning
  2. Compensation Management
  3. Industrial Law and Labor Relations
  4. Training and Development Management
  5. Industrial Psychology
  6. Strategic Human Resources Management
  7. Labor Economics

e. Courses in Management Information System (MIS):

  1. Computer Programming
  2. System Analysis and Design
  3. Database Management and Development
  4. Accounting Information System and Computer Applications
  5. Local Area Networking
  6. Executive Information System
  7. Technology Management in MIS