Bachelor of Business Administrative - BBA

Bachelor of Business Administrative

COURSE DESCRIPTION

BBA is a four–year program spread over eight semesters. A student needs to complete 126 credit hours of course work, project work and internship to graduate. Students are required to enroll in 5 courses every semester. Each course has a minimum of about 48 contact hours. Summer Project work involves field work and empirical analysis of the information collected from the field. The students are also required to prepare a project report in a prescribed format.

Internship lasts for a period of six to eight weeks and is schedule during the seventh semester. College facilitates internship for all the students enrolled in the program. During the internship, a student is supervised by a faculty supervisor assigned from the college and a supervisor from the respective organization where he/ she is doing the internship.

The bachelor of business Administration (BBA) program of Pokhara University, which SAIC follows, is designed to produce professional managers. The program provides students with sound conceptual foundation and practical skills in various areas of business. Specially, the program aims to:

  • Prepare students to start professional career in business or public management at entry level managerial position.
  • Inculcate positive attitudes, abilities, and practical skills that are essential for a socially responsible and competent manager.
  • Develop adequate foundation for higher studies in management.

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Students should have scored minimum of "C" Grade in all subjects in 10+2 (Secondary Level)

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Students who have successfully completed higher secondary or intermediate examination with minimum second division are eligible to apply. Candidates applying for BBA program need to submit the application form along with their academic qualifications and transcripts. The admission committee selects the students from the candidates based on their academic performance and entrance test.

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