Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA): Management Degree Overview

Essential Information:

Business managers lead groups of people to a common, profitable goal by overseeing projects, practices and personnel within an organization. Designed to equip students to take these responsibilities, a 4-year Bachelor of Business Administration degree program with a management focus develops students' personal leadership skills and enhances their understanding of business ethics and practices. An internship is often a culmination of the program, preparing students for real-world business environments. Some programs are offered at least partially online. A high school diploma or the GED equivalent is usually the only requirement for acceptance into this degree program.
With a BBA in management and some business experience, graduates can be ready to seek out management roles in various industries. Some career titles could include:
  • Operations manager
  • Human resources manager
  • Project planner

Objectives & Outcomes:

•  Provides the highest quality education so that students can cope with both undergraduate and graduate program.
•  Provides state-of-the-art education.
•  Use analytical and reflective thinking techniques to identify and analyze problems, develop viable alternatives, and make effective decisions.
•  Ensure career development in the field of computer systems engineering or software systems engineering.
•  Students will be trained in such a way so that they can work as a team member or can be able to lead a team effectively.
•  Students will learn the development of innovative systems and solutions using their talent and intelligence.

Program Curriculum :

First Year – First Semester
Course No:
Course Title
Marks
Remarks
1101
Introduction to Business
100
3 Credits
1102
Principles of Accounting
100
3 Credits
1103
Introduction to Computer
100
3 Credits
1104
Business Mathematics
100
3 Credits
1105
English
100
3 Credits
First Year – Second Semester
Course No:
Course Title
Marks
Remarks
1201
Business Communication
100
3 Credits
1202
Intermediate Accounting
100
3 Credits
1203
Principles of Management
100
3 Credits
1204
Micro Economics
100
3 Credits
1205
Business Statistics – I
100
3 Credits
Second Year – Third Semester
Course No:
Course Title
Marks
Remarks
2101
Principles of Finance
100
3 Credits
2102
Principles of Marketing
100
3 Credits
2103
Organizational Behavior
100
3 Credits
2104
Macro Economics
100
3 Credits
2105
Business Statistics – II
100
3 Credits
Second Year – Fourth Semester
Course No:
Course Title
Marks
Remarks
2201
Insurance and Risk Management
100
3 Credits
2202
Cost Accounting
100
3 Credits
2203
Computer Programming
100
3 Credits
2204
Business Law- I/ Commercial Law
100
3 Credits
2205
Theory and Practice of Banking
100
3 Credits
Third Year – Fifth Semester
Course No:
Course Title
Marks
Remarks
3101
Business and Society
100
3 Credits
3102
Auditing
100
3 Credits
3103
Taxation in Bangladesh
100
3 Credits
3104
Business Law- II/ Industrial Law
100
3 Credits
3105
Bangladesh
Studies
100
3 Credits
Third Year – Sixth Semester
Course No:
Course Title
Marks
Remarks
3201
Financial Management
100
3 Credits
3202
Entrepreneurship Development
100
3 Credits
3203
International Business
100
3 Credits
3204
Marketing Management
100
3 Credits
3205
Production Management
100
3 Credits
Fourth Year – Seventh Semester
Course No:
Course Title
Marks
Remarks
4101
Human Resources Management
100
3 Credits
4102
Management Accounting
100
3 Credits
4103
Project Management
100
3 Credits
4104
Strategic Management
100
3 Credits
4105
Management Information Systems
100
3 Credits
Fourth Year – Eighth Semester (Management
Major)
Course No:
Course Title
Marks
Remarks
4251
Management Thought
100
3 Credits
4252
Industrial Relations and Conflict Management
100
3 Credits
4253
Comparative Management  
100
3 Credits
4254
Industrial Psychology 
 
100
3 Credits
4255
Viva Voice and Project Paper Defense
100
3 Credits
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