Bachelor of Business Administration
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The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA or B.B.A.) is a bachelor's degree in commerce and business administration. In most universities, the degree is conferred upon a student after four years of full-time study in one or more areas of business concentrations. The BBA program usually includes general business courses and advanced courses for specific concentrations.
The degree is designed to give a broad knowledge of the functional areas of a company, and their interconnection, while also allowing for specialization in a particular area. BBA programs thus expose students to a variety of "core subjects" and allow students to specialize in a specific academic area. The degree also develops the student's practical managerial skills, communication skills and business decision-making capability. Many programs thus incorporate training and practical experience, in the form of case projects, presentations, internships, industrial visits, and interaction with experts from the industry.
The core topics usually comprise:
The specializations often include:
General educational requirements emphasize humanities and social sciences (history, economics, and literature). Coverage of mathematics is generally business related, and is often limited to "Quantitative Applications for Business" or, alternatively, courses in Calculus for business / Calculus 101, and business statistics / general statistics.
The BSBA is a variant on the BBA. General educational requirements are relatively Math intensive; further, the general focus may also be more analytic, often allowing for additional quantitative optional coursework.
- Bachelor of Accountancy
- Bachelor of Business
- Bachelor of Business Science
- Bachelor of Commerce
- Master of Accountancy
- Master of Business Administration
- See for example BBA program outlines at: uregina.ca; Institute of International Trade
- "AACSB accredited schools". AACSB.
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