Curricular Structure appreciate the interrelationships among these areas of management.

The curriculum is designed I to equip students with the competencies, knowledge, skills, and attitudes needed for success in management field. The coursework gives students a broad and holistic view of the challenges in today’s business environment. The BBA program provides students basis for career growth and prepares them for higher studies. The curriculum comprises the following five distinct components.

Foundation Courses:

These courses velop students’ communication Is and provide them with rang foundation in economics, avioral science, statistics, thematics, information hnology and legal environment of business.

Core Courses:

These courses will help students to understand principles and practice in the basic and functional areas of management and develop their ability to synthesize and
appreciate the interrelationships among these areas of management.

Concentration Courses:

The concentration courses will help students to develop specialized and focused skills in the areas of their choice. Students are required to select four courses from any one of the concentration areas offered by the University.

Elective Courses:

The elective courses are non-business courses, based on social sciences. A student may select any two of the listed elective courses. These courses take place as other regular courses, and are graded in the same way.

Project work and Internship:

Students need to take an independent capstone project that carries the weight of 3 credit hours. The project involves fieldwork and its empirical analysis. Students must follow the prescribed formats to prepare such reports. Besides this, students also need to do internships in business organizations for six to eight weeks. Aimed to provide an opportunity to gain real life experience, this course also helps the students to apply theoretical understanding to action. The internship carries the weight of 3 edit hours.