Defined learning objectives are achieved through an appropriate blend of core business and foundation courses like social sciences, quantitative, and computer and IT. The foundation courses are offered during the first and second semesters of the program. Advanced and specialized course options in accounting, finance and banking management, human resource, entrepreneurship and marketing are offered during the second half of the program.
In BBA the foundation and allied courses include 42 credit hours of coursework. The core course sequence includes 54 credit hours. In addition students must complete 12 credit hours of concentration courses, 6 credit hours of internship and project work, and 6 credit hours of skill-focused seminar and application courses. Individual subjects are normally of 3 credits which run through one semester, with the exception of a few skill-focused application courses.