Imperial Business College has been running the BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration) program since its inception in 2013. It is a tailored course provided to students for theoretical and practical exposure to the world of business. This program is designed to promote and prepare students to complete in the global market by enhancing the leadership quality and strengthening deep knowledge in the areas of business and management.
The program covers four academic years spread over eight semesters and 120 credit hours that include coursework, project work, and internship. Each semester consists of five subjects, and each subject has a minimum of 3 credit hours. The first six semesters focus on building the fundamental concept of management. The last two semesters offer elective and specialization courses which enable the students to develop specialized and focused skills and knowledge in the area of their choice.
IBC aims to produce skilled professionals who can successfully translate the theories of business management into practice. We make students competent to identify and solve management problems themselves. Therefore, BBA in IBC is the best choice for management lovers.
The BBA program aims to produce capable and knowledgeable students who manifest an understanding of work and careers and an ability to adapt quickly to the expectations of employers and the work environment. To this end, we strive to realize the following set of program objectives for all our undergraduate Business Majors.
The Bachelor of Business Administration encourages students to achieve the following educational objectives:
Differentiate and discuss the functional components of business – economics, marketing, accounting, finance, law, and management.
Apply and demonstrate oral and written communication skills.
Utilize current information technology to support business decision-making.
Illustrate the value of diversity when developing a global perspective.
Use independent, critical thinking and reasoning skills to identify problems and apply problem-solving abilities.
Employ a sense of ethics and values that can be applied in a personal and professional environment.
Administration and Human Resource Manager at any organization
National and international government organizations (NGOs and INGOs)