The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) is a four-year degree which provides broad-based knowledge that prepares students for a wide range of careers in a global economy. Students apply essential competencies such as business law, management theories, problem solving, decision-making, organizational behavior, entrepreneurship, global business issues, and leadership.
On successful completion of the Bachelor of Business Administration graduates will be able to:
1. Demonstrate an understanding of the concepts, processes and procedures relevant to public and private organizations.
2. Identify and evaluate the environments within which business is conducted.
3. Demonstrate a working knowledge of the principles of accounting, economics, quantitative methods and information systems.
4. Relate organizational theory and behavior to a business enterprise.
5. Identify, analyze and solve business problems.
6. Demonstrate effective communication skills.
7. Demonstrate an understanding of the importance of high ethical standards in business decision-making.
8. Gain knowledge that will prepare them for further studies in various disciplines related to business administration.
Program Graduation Requirements
To be eligible for the award of the degree Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), students must satisfy the following requirements:
1. Completion of the seven (7) Foundation courses
- Managing Organizations
- Business Statistics
- Introduction to Law
- Social Issues
- Organizational Behavior
2. Completion of the following eleven (11) Business courses:
- Business Logistics
- Human Resource Management or Employee Relations
- Managerial Decision-Making
- Financial Accounting I or Cost Accounting
- Entrepreneurship in Small Business Enterprises
- Business Finance
- Quality Management
- Business Information Systems
- Business Strategy
3. Completion of Business and Personal Ethics
4. Completion of Business Research Concepts
5. Completion of Personal Financial Planning
6. Completion of one (1) Accounting Project
7. Completion of four (4) Minor courses
8. Completion of six (6) Bridging courses
9. Completion of four (4) Christian Thought and Practice
10. Not less than seventy (70) percent Chapel Attendance
11. Attend an Introduction to University Studies Seminar
12. Attend an HIV/AIDS Seminar
13. Complete a Community Development Seminar
14. Complete a Career Development Seminar
15. Complete (4) Service Learning participations
The Major for the BBA degree is Business Administration
Students who study the BBA have the following options for Minors:
- Accounting: The Accounting Minor equips prospective business executives with tools for intelligent analysis, planning, control, and decision making. In addition, emphasis is placed on the processes for analyzing and reporting the economic activities of organizations and communicating that information to decision makers.
Please check courses associated with the above Minors under the section “NBS Undergraduate Minor Course List) or other University documentation. Please note that program Minors are subject to change for each academic year.