BS Business Administration (BBA)
“Deciding what not to do is as important as deciding what to do”
Management science is an interdisciplinary study that involves and helps in decision making and problem-solving in human organizations. It is found to have strong links to multiple streams such as economics, management, engineering, business consulting, etc. Management science is known to use multiple scientific and research-based principles and analytical methods which include but is not limited to statistical learning algorithms and mathematical modeling which will help to improve the ability of an organization to solve complex problems and arrive at a rational decision.
Management science acts as a medium that helps businesses to achieve rational goes with the use of multiple scientific methods. The scope of management science is wider than the main disciplines put together because it encompasses much more than solving problems and developing models. Management science is known to make a much greater contribution to a broader area that is the application of management science models for the purpose of decision making at all levels of management may it be top, middle or lower management levels.
“In order to succeed your desire for success should be greater than your fear of failure.”
4 year BBA degree meets the needs of students who want to pursue higher education in business administration or a job in management. A program with rigorous course work and subjects, it is suitable for students with strong academic records and great performance potential.
By assisting students in excelling in both professional and personal growth, the BBA degree assures graduates higher level employability at the entry level of management profession. The curriculum offers a well-rounded combination of basic education and general management competencies like teamwork, leadership, communication, and decision-making. Additionally, it wants to make the graduates aware of their social
and environmental obligations.
The most important and crucial components of the free-market economy are accounting and finance. Therefore, the financial health of corporate entities depends critically on effective financial management. However, the ongoing changes in the state of the economy, fierce rivalry for financial resources, and dubious corporate methods have made financial management a difficult task.