BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION BBA

SCOPE AND OPPORTUNITIES

The Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A) program is planned for individuals who want to mix business theory, practical knowledge and professional skills in preparation for careers as business leaders. The BBA program indicates a strong professional business education within a broad background and is designed to mix business theory with practical knowledge and professional skills, to prepare tomorrow’s business leaders.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOS)

PEO1: To produce graduates with strong foundation in the areas like Mathematics, Statistics, Economics and functional Management in order to develop managerial qualities.

PEO2: To produce graduates with the ability to think creatively and critically, analyzing problems quantitatively, and using information technology to solve business issues.

PEO3: To produce graduates with understanding of social and ethical issues that is a concern to the whole business community.

PEO4: To produce graduates with strong entrepreneurial skills for creating and managing innovations, new business development and identifying high-growth potential entity.

PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES (PLOs)/GRADUATE ATTRIBUTES

ZUFEST Bachelor of Business Administration program prepares students to attain the educational objectives by ensuring that students demonstrate achievement of the following learning outcomes:

PLO1: Communication: An ability to communicate effectively in the context of business with strong presentation skills.

PLO2: Ethics: An ability to identifying ethical and social problems that arise in the business environment and to resolve them.

PLO3: Best Practices: An ability to apply theoretical applications of business administration in the functional areas of business.

PLO4: Team Work: An ability to understand the importance of team work in order to achieve long and short term organizational goals.

PLO5: Diversity: An ability to understand the importance of cultural diversity and interpersonal skills especially in the work place.

PLO6: Modern tool Usage: An ability to understand systems & able to use end user computing tools & infrastructure to apply & interpret functional business knowledge.

PLO7: Leadership: An ability to have leadership qualities and styles & ability to demonstrate them accordingly.

PLO8: Global Prospect: An ability to identifying business opportunities & challenges of an evolving global environment by identifying & analyzing relevant global factors that influence decision making & develop viable alternatives in an international business.

PLO9: Legal Knowledge: An ability to demonstrate an understanding of the law & its application to business and ability to understand industrial laws and its applications to the business units.

PLO10: Social Responsibility: An ability to understand issues related to CSR involving different stake holders & make effective decisions

PLO11: Intellectual Skills: An ability to identify, collect, analyze, evaluate business data & information & transform empirical data into useful information.

PLO12: International Business: An ability to understand global business environment, comparative environmental frame works, global strategy, structure & implementation.

THE CREDIT HOUR DISTRIBUTION OF THE COURSES

The Department of Management & Information Sciences follows NBEAC/HEC guidelines for distribution of credit hours between core and elective courses. Any changes to the curriculum are only made after a thorough deliberation in the board of studies (BOS) meetings, which is also attend by external experts.

SCHEME OF STUDIES FOR BBA

Summary
General Courses36
Undergraduate Core Courses60
Undergraduate Electives24
Undergraduate Specialization12
Project / One Additional course3
Total Credits Hours135

The specializations offered are:

FinanceEconomics
MarketingInformation Technology
BankingHotel Management
HRM

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Semester 1st

Course CodeCourse TitleCredit Hr.
BA-101Introduction to Information Technology3+0
BA-103Introduction to Psychology3+0
HS-104Functional English3+0
HS-103Pakistan Studies2+0
HS-101Islamic Studies2+0
BA-111Fundamentals of Accounting3+0

Semester 2nd

Course CodeCourse TitleCredit Hr.
BA-102Business Mathematics3+0
BA-104Financial Accounting3+0
BA-106Logic3+0
BA-108Micro Economics3+0
BA-110Technical Writing & Professional Speech Communication3+0

Semester3rd

Course CodeCourse TitleCredit Hr.
BA-201Oral Communication3+0
BA-203Statistics3+0
BA-205Introduction to Sociology3+0
BA-207Cost Accounting3+0
BA-209Macro Economics3+0

Semester4th

Course CodeCourse TitleCredit Hr.
BA-202Business Communication3+0
BA-204Statistical Inferences3+0
BA-206Fundamentals of Marketing3+0
BA-208Business Finance3+0
BA-210Principles of Management3+0

Semester 5th

Course CodeCourse TitleCredit Hr.
BA-301Financial Management3+0
BA-303Marketing Management3+0
BA-305Business Research Methods3+0
BA-307Calculus3+0
BA-309Pakistan Economy3+0

Semester 6th

Course CodeCourse TitleCredit Hr.
BA-302Money and Banking3+0
BA-304Consumer Behavior3+0
BA-306Human Resource Management3+0
BA-308Business Ethics3+0
BA-310Business Law3+0
BA-312Total Quality Management3+0

Semester 7th

Course CodeCourse TitleCredit Hr.
BA-401Organizational Behavior3+0
BA-403Operations/Production Management3+0
BA-405Global/International Business3+0
Elective-I3+0
Elective-II3+0

Semester 8th

Course CodeCourse TitleCredit Hr.
BA-402Entrepreneurship3+0
BA-404Management Information System3+0
BA-406Research Project / Internship and Viva3+0
Elective-I3+0
Elective-II3+0
Elective-III3+0

Specialization in Finance

Sr. #Course CodeCourse TitleCredit Hr.
1FN-615Corporate Finance3+0
2FN-616Credit Management3+0
3FN-617Risk Management3+0
4FN-618Auditing3+0
5FN-619Investment & Portfolio Management3+0
6FN-620International Financial Management3+0
7FN-621Financial Statement Analysis3+0
8FN-622Taxation Management3+0
9FN-623Seminar in Finance1+0
10FN-624Islamic Financial System3+0

Specialization in HRM

Sr. #CourseCodeCourse TitleCredit Hr.
1HR-607Labor Laws in Pakistan3+0
2HR-608HR Development3+0
3HR-609Cases and exercise in personnel/HRM3+0
4HR-610Performance Management3+0
5HR-611Organizational Development3+0
6HR-612Essential of Training & Development3+0
7HR-613International HRM3+0
8HR-614Industrial Relations3+0

Specialization in Economics

Sr.#Course CodeCOURSE TITLECredit Hr.
1EC-621PublicFinance3+0
2EC-622ManagerialFinance3+0
3EC-623FinancialEconomics3+0

Specialization in Information Technology

Sr.#Course CodeCOURSE TITLECredit Hr.
1IT-621ComputerNetworking3+0
2IT-622OperatingSystem3+0
3IT-623Experts System & ArtificialIntelligence3+0
4IT-624System Analysis &Design3+0
5IT-625Seminar inMIS3+0
6IT-626NetworkingManagement3+0

Specialization in Hotel Management

Sr.#Course CodeCOURSE TITLECredit Hr.
1HM-649Hotel ServicesMarketing3+0
2HM-650Hotel FinancingBudgeting3+0
3HM-651Food & BeveragesManagement3+0
4HM-652HospitalityManagement3+0
5HM-653Events/ConferencesManagement3+0

Specialization in Banking

S.NOC. CODECOURSE TITLECredit Hr.
1BN-621Practice & laws of Banking3+0
2BN-622Consumer Banking3+0
3BN-623Credit Analysis & Investment Banking3+0
4BN-624Banks Management3+0

LENGTH OF DEGREE PROGRAM

Minimum 4-years and maximum 7 years (135 Credit Hours)

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

The criteria for students seeking admission to BBA Bachelor of Business Administration are as follows:

  • HSC/ Intermediate / DAE or Equivalent

FEE STRUCTURE:

Fee/Credit Hour + Exam FeeNo of Credit HoursSemester Registration FeesTotal SemestersTotal Program fee
450013650008652,000

Admission fee: Rs. 25,000/-

Security Deposit: Rs. 25,000/- (refundable)

Student activity fee: Rs. 2,000/- (per semester)

Note: Any additional taxes imposed by the government will be the liability of the students/parents/guardian.

The University reserves the right to increase the fees if required according to the recommendation of the Governing Body.

At the time of admission, selected candidates will be required to deposit fee either under Option 1 or Option 2. Therfore monthly or semester fee will be deposited by students within two weeks of commencement of every semester in advance accoring to the official notification on the notice board. 2% surcharge per month will be levied on outstanding fees after the due date.

The students claiming exemptions from any course or courses will be required to pay exemption fee @ Rs. 2,500/- per subject in the beginning of semester.

Fees once deposited are not refundable, except security deposits, for any reason whatsoever.