BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (BBA)
The Department of Business Administration offers a program of study leading to the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration (Hons).
The Department seeks to equip students with the necessary technical skills and Islamic values for the business world. Undergraduate courses offered by the department provide conceptual, technical, interpersonal and communications skills that are required in the business environment. The courses are generally designed to achieve the following objectives:
- To produce competent business graduates imbued with Islamic values for public, private and not-for-profit organizations.
- To provide graduates with strong conceptual, technical, analytical, interpersonal and communication skills that are required in the business environment.
- To produce graduates with a broad education in business within the areas of management, finance, marketing, information technology and international business.
AREAS OF CONCENTRATION
Students may choose to specialize in one of the following areas:
- Bachelor of Business Administration (Finance)
- Bachelor of Business Administration (Islamic Banking and Finance)
- Bachelor of Business Administration (Marketing)
- Bachelor of Business Administration (Human Resource Management)
- Bachelor of Business Administration (International Business)
- Bachelor of Business Administration (General Management)
Students may also opt to minor in one of the following areas:
- Accounting; OR
- Information Systems; OR
Graduates of Bachelor in Business Administration have a broad career prospects in various industries from banking and insurance to hospitality and healthcare services. Students have the option to work as managers and thereon build their career into leadership positions in areas such as human resource, operations management, marketing, banking and finance, and international business. Many graduates also went on to form their own start-up companies and became successful entrepreneurs. Graduates who opt for a career in public, private and non-profit organisations can expect to move up the corporate ladder into leadership positions such as chief executive officer, chief operating officer and chief financial officer.