Bachelor Of Business Administration
Description of the Programme:
The Bachelor of Business Administration is a multi-disciplinary, three-year programme designed to equip students with knowledge, skills and attitudes that enable them become outstanding business leaders, managers and entrepreneurs who will not only meet but surpass the needs of the changing national and global business environment. The programme integrates strategic research and mentorship with rigorous academic and professional training that enable students excel in both practical and conceptual understanding of business administration. Such preparation is vital for the graduates to become outstanding managers characterized by efficiency, effectiveness and consistency as well as agents of transformation – bringing the timeless values of the Gospel to serve God’s agenda in the business world. The programme curricular offer to the students a rich blend of general education and discipline based core courses including Accounting and Finance, Marketing and Entrepreneurship, Human Resource Management and the specialization based elective courses. During the third year of study, BBA students have opportunity to major in one of the following areas of emphasis: 1) Accounting 2) Marketing and 3) Human resource and 4) Entrepreneurship,5) finance and insurance
Businesses globally have experienced tremendous growth in recent times. Continuous economic growth and development have substantially contributed to business growth particularly in Uganda. This scenario calls for quality business education for developing human capital to meet the needs of various business entities. Business Administration Programme is the discipline of choice to fullfil this initiative because it is central to an organization’s success. It focuses on the planning, mobilization and utilization of human, financial, and technological resources for the efficient achievement of organizational goals. Emphasis on equipping business professionals with relevant business knowledge and skills, as well as integrity of character are the distinctive of this programme. It is prudent that business administration is manned by leaders who combine outstanding business knowledge and skills with integrity of character in order to handle emerging challenges and opportunities with authentic success.
At the end of the programme, the student should be able to:
● Describe the business organization: its composition, structure and functions.
● Perform managerial, administrative and overall leadership roles with efficiency and effectiveness.
● Assess a business organization to determine its growth and profitability.
● Integrate business knowledge and skills with the Christian worldview so as to bring about holistic transformation for self and society.
Requirements for Direct Entry Scheme
Uganda Certificate of Education (‘O’ Level) with a minimum of five (5) passes and Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education (‘A’ Level) with a minimum of two principal passes (Preferably but not limited to Literature, History, or Economics,) obtained at the same sitting or its equivalent. The minimum requirement for direct entry from the 8-4-4 system shall be C+ or its equivalent. Requirements for the Diploma Holders’ Entry Scheme: A relevant Diploma (with an upper second) or credit obtained from an institution recognized by National Council for Higher Education or its equivalent. Requirements for Mature Age Entry Scheme A pass of 50 per cent or higher in Mature Age examination, obtained and certified from a centre recognized by National Council for Higher Education.
|YEAR ONE:SEMESTER ONE||YEAR ONE:SEMESTER TWO|
Computer Literacy I
Research and Writing Skills
Business Communication Skills
Principle of Management
Fundamentals of Accounting
|Computer Literacy II
|YEAR TWO SEMESTER ONE||YEAR TWO SEMESTER TWO|
Entrepreneurship & Small Business Management
Money, Banking and Insurance
Quantitative Methods for Business
Human Resource Management
Project planning and management
Elements of Taxation
Internship 1(Field Attachment)
|YEAR THREE SEMESTER ONE||YEAR THREE SEMESTER TWO|
|Logic and critical thinking
Audit Theory & Practice
Investment and portfolio Management
Cost and Management Accounting
Sales Force and Marketing Channels
Marketing for Services
E- Marketing Strategies
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT OPTION
Public Sector Accounting
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT OPTION
FINANCE AND INSURANCE