BBA: Bachelor of Business Administration
BBA (also spelled as B.B.A.) is an undergraduate degree program in the field of Business Administration. This is a 3 year course (divided in 6 semesters) which is designed to give a broad knowledge of the functional area of a company and their interconnection.
Core subjects of BBA
- Operation management
- Business Law and Ethics
- Organizational Behavior
- Financial management
- Human Resource management etc.
The BBA course aims to develop student’s executive personality and managerial ability. It also assists the students to develop the unique leadership quality for a successful managing career in an organization or enterprise. The students also gain knowledge of business processes, global business issues and understand the role of economics in business and world markets.
Minimum criteria to get admission in BBA
You must have completed at least 10+2 from any recognized university to get admission in this course. After the completion of this course, you can join an organization at the executive level.
It is preferred to pursue an MBA degree after this course for better career prospects.
Some other abbreviation of BBA
|Abbreviation||Expansion||Area of work|
|BBA||British Bankers Association||Business Association|
|BBA||Baroda Bar Association||Professional Association|
|BBA||Boston Bar Association||Professional Association|
Popular Career Options
After completing BBA, the students acquire the necessary skills that are required to perform management and administrative roles within a company. So, companies usually seek BBA graduates for a wide range of positions in their different departments. Some of the popular designations or jobs for BBA graduates are listed below:
- Marketing Manager
- Sales Manager
- Human Resource Manager
- Operations Manager
- Finance Manager
- CRM Manager