Bachelor Of Business Administration (BBA) Management

    Course Duration
    3 years
    Course Level
    15000 / 70000

    Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Course Details: Admission, Eligibility, Fees, Syllabus, Job Scope, SalaryWhat is BBA?


    BBA Course is a three year  undergraduate  business management course that teaches management aspirants managerial and entrepreneurial skills through subjects such as General Management and Managerial Economics. 

    The bachelor's degree in business administration teaches students the principles and practices of business management. BBA subjects deal with Principles of Management, Macroeconomics, Human Behavior & Ethics at Workplace, Management Accounting, Banking & Insurance, etc. BBA subjects are very market-oriented.


    BBA Course Details

    Course Name

    Bachelor of Business Administration




    3 years

    BBA Specializations

    BBA Finance, BBA International Business, BBA Marketing

    Entrance Exam

    Admissions are made on the basis of entrance exams as well as merit. Some popular entrance exams are as follows:

    • IPU CET

    • DU JAT

    • NPAT

    • IPMAT

    • SET BBA

    • UGAT 


    At least 50% marks in 10+2 from a recognised board with English as mandatory subject

    Other Similar Courses to Study

    BBS, BBM, B. Com, BBE, BMS, etc.


    INR 50,000 to 2.5 LPA


    INR 2 to 3 LPA

    Job Scope

    Job opportunities after BBA:

    • Actuary

    • Business Administration Professor

    • Business Administration Researcher

    • Credit & Risk Manager

    • Human Resource Manager

    • Information Systems Manager

    • Management Accountant

    • Management Consultant

    • Production Manager, Finance Manager

    • Sales Manager


    Job opportunities after BBA in government sector:

    • Banking Sector

    • Civil Services

    • Defence Services

    • Police Sub Inspector

    Scope for Higher Studies

    MBA, CCAP, Executive Program in Applied Finance, Hospitality and Tourism Management, International Post Graduate Diploma in Risk Management, MFM, MMS, Master in Retail Management, Master of Marketing Management (MMM), MHRDM, MBA (International Business), etc.


    BBA Course FAQs - Frequently asked Questions


    Is there an upper age limit for applying to this course?

    There is no upper age limit for applying for this course. The only requirement is qualifying 10+2 with a minimum percentage / cut-off specified by the respective college.


    What is the difference between a BBA and a BBA honours degree? 

    BBA or Bachelor of Business Administration is a General undergraduate management degree course of duration of 3 years divided into 6 semesters. The course can be pursued as full-time Graduation course / Correspondence or Distance Learning course. Some of the subjects in the course are compulsory and some are electives. Hence, students get the advantage of choosing a combination of different subjects as per their choice.


    BBA (H) or Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours) 

    BBA(HI s a three-year  degree programme in business management divided into 6 semesters. The students can choose from specialised subjects and focus on those subjects only. The subject matter teaches business operations management, business decision making, efficient resource utilization, collaborations and to achieve common business goals etc.

    Refer the table below to check the primary differences between BBA and BBA Honours:

    BBA (General)

    BBA (Honours)

    Provides an overview of the subject

    Provides extensive and in-depth knowledge of the subjects

    Students are unable to select a a combination of subjects as electives

    Students can select a specialization

    The cut-off percentage is low for BBA General admissions

    The cut-off point is comparatively higher for admissions into BBA(H)

    Comparatively lesser demand

    Higher in demand in the industry



    Syllabus for BBA

    The 3 year BBA course is divided into six semesters exams at the end of each semester.

    Semester I 

    Semester II

    Financial Accounting

    Cost Accounting



    Principles of Management

    Environmental Management

    India Socio-Political Economics

    Effective Communications

    Quantitative Techniques – I

    Quantitative Techniques - II

    Essentials of IT

    Principles of Marketing


    Semester III

    Semester IV

    Operations Research

    Business Analytics

    Direct Tax & Indirect Tax

    Business Law

    Consumer Behaviour & Services Marketing

    Customer Relationship Management

    Human Resource Management

    Financial Management

    Banking & Insurance

    Human Behaviour & Ethics at Workplace

    Indian Economics in Global Scenario

    Management Accounting


    Semester V

    Semester VI

    Advanced Financial Management

    Entrepreneurship & Business Plan

    Finance Electives

    Operations & Supply Chain Management

    Financial Statement Analysis

    Marketing Electives

    Research Methodology

    Finance Electives

    Strategic Management

    International Business & EXIM


    What are the various Specialisations in BBA?

    BBA Specializations may vary from college to college. Some of the common specializations provided in almost every college are listed below for reference:

    1. BBA Computer Applications

    2. BBA Information Technology

    3. BBA Digital Marketing

    4. BBA Hotel Management

    5. BBA Tourism

    6. BBA Aviation

    7. BBA Foreign Trade

    8. BBA Banking and Insurance

    9. BBA E-Commerce

    10. BBA Entrepreneurship

    11. BBA Finance

    12. BBA Finance and Accounts

    13. BBA Human Resource Management

    14. BBA Logistics Management

    15. BBA Marketing

    16. BBA Supply Chain Management



    What is the scope after BBA?

    Management courses have a wide range of job opportunities in the industrial world. It also opens the door to a plethora of postgraduate courses, such as the MBA.  In the prospective job fields for management professionals, all sectors, including government and public, have various industries, companies, institutions, or related organizations. BBA graduates can expect to earn between INR 12k and INR 18k per month. Salary is determined by a variety of factors, including the value of the company, the market, skills, and experience. An aspirant with a keen knowledge of the field can also explore the following career opportunities:

    • Assistant Manager

    • Business Consultant

    • Financial Analyst

    • Human Resource Executive

    • Information System Manager

    • Marketing Executive

    • Office Executive

    • Research and Development Executive

    • Research Assistant

    • Sales Executive

    If a student excels at analysing, planning, and managing projects, it will be advantageous for the student to work in the government sector in the long run, as the BBA scope in the government sector is vast. Many government departments, banks, and public sector organisations hire BBA graduates for various civil services, defence services. Some of the examples of such organisations are:  ISRO (Indian Space Research Organization), DRDO (Defence Research and Development Organization), BHEL (Bharat Heavy Electrical Limited), ONGC (Oil and Natural Gas Corporation), GAIL (Gas Authority of India Limited), MTNL (Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited), etc.


    Is a BBA Distance Education degree any different from the general BBA degree?

    No, BBA distance education is the same as the one that is earned on-campus at university. The only difference is that this is completed through correspondence rather than in-person attendance. BBA distance education is the best course for working professionals and recent graduates who want to learn management while working. Some of the top options for BBA Course through distance learning are IGNOU, TNOU, Madras University, etc. Admission is usually granted based on merit.



    What are the Higher Studies options after BBA?

    There are numerous higher education options available in Business Management. The most common trend is to pursue an MBA as a higher education course. There are, however, other options available. Some of the top courses to pursue after BBA course, which will help finding better jobs and career opportunities: Master in Business Administration (MBA), Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM), CRISIL Certified Analyst Program (CCAP), Master in Financial Management (MFM), Masters in Human Resource Development Management (MHRDM), Master in Management Studies (MMS), Chartered Accountant (CA), Bachelor of Law (LLB), etc.


    Top Colleges for BBA

    Following is the list of some top BBA colleges in India:

    1. Amity University, Noida

    2. BML Munjal University, Gurgaon

    3. Department of Management Studies Christ University, Bangalore

    4. ICFAI, Hyderabad

    5. IIM, Rohtak

    6. Jamia Millia Islamia, Delhi

    7. KIIT School of Management, Bhubaneswar

    8. Lovely Professional University, Jalandhar

    9. NMIMS, Mumbai

    10. 10.SSCBS, New Delhi


    Admission Process

    As mentioned in Description

    Higher Education Scope


    PG Diploma in Management




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Class 12th from any recognised board with atleast 55% aggregate marks in any steam

Course Details

Course Type : Management

Course After : 12th

Mode : Classroom

Cut Off : 55

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