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What is the syllabus of a BBA course?


The syllabus of a BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration) course may vary slightly from one university or college to another. However, here is a general overview of the typical BBA syllabus: 

  1. Principles of Management 
  2. Business Communication 
  3. Microeconomics 
  4. Macroeconomics
  5. Business Mathematics and Statistics 
  6. Financial Accounting 
  7. Marketing Management 
  8. Human Resource Management 
  9. Business Ethics and Corporate Governance 
  10. Operations Management 
  11. Business Law 
  12. Financial Management 
  13. Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management 
  14. International Business 
  15. Organisational Behavior 

Apart from the above-mentioned core subjects, BBA courses may also include elective topics that allow students to specialize in a particular area of business administration, such as finance, marketing, human resources, operations, or information systems. The syllabus for these elective courses may vary depending on the university or college. 

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