- Bachelor in Business Administration(BBA) -
The objective of the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program is to equip students with a sound foundation in business discipline and to develop their academic knowledge and skill in order to pursue a career in business and management. The curriculum of the BBA program has been designed with the cooperation of eminent and experienced academicians in the relevant elds at home and abroad that after completion of the program the students will be able to become e cient administrators and managers in di erent areas.
The entry requirement for the BBA program is a Higher Secondary Certi cate (HSC), A-level, Alim or any other equivalent level of education recognized by the authority, and ful lling any other conditions that may be required by the authority.
Admission to the BBA program is on a highly competitive basis. Candidates are selected for admission on the basis of past academic records, results of written tests and a viva examination.
English Language Requirement
Proficiency in English is essential to pursue the BBA program. Those who are admitted to BBA program will be required to submit documents about their level of proficiency in English. This requirement may be satisfied by a TOEFL score of at least 550 or 6.5 in IELTS or equivalent scores in other examinations. For those students who cannot satisfy the above requirements, the university will organize a set of four Intensive English Language courses in the rst semester of their studies. Students will have to pass this course with at least a ‘C’ grade before they are allowed to join the main BBA program.
A student will have to complete 135 credit hours for a BBA degree out of which 84 credit hours consist of compulsory courses, 18 credit hours from major courses in one of the areas of Accounting, Banking and Insurance, Finance, Human Resource Management, Management, Management Information System and Marketing, while the remaining 33 credit hours are from a general interdisciplinary body of knowledge. This general body of knowledge along with the major area of concentration will prepare a student to adjust to the reality of the contemporary world and to face multi-dimensional problems and issues. Some courses are meant for moral uplift. Students must complete an internship after the completion of their coursework. A student must obtain at least a ‘C’ grade to pass any individual course.
The minimum number of credit hours that a student must take per semester is 18 and the maximum is 27. This may be relaxed only with special permission of the appropriate authority.