Business Administration

Business Administration

Undergraduate

 

Overview

Becoming a successful manager and business person requires a wide range of skills and knowledge. The goal of the program is to meet the current and emerging needs of society and business enterprises by providing the nation with competent and skilled managers who will be able to meet the challenging needs of the business environment today and in the future.

Develop Your Business Skills

We have designed our course to help you develop a professional skill set that will help you take on challenges in the fast paced, real world. We offer specialized disciplines such as Finance, Marketing, Accounting, Human Resource Management (HRM), Management Information System (MIS), and Banking & Insurance.

The internship program following your full time study is aimed to equip you with real world knowledge and skills that employers find desirable in new employees. Here you’ll put the theory you’ve learnt into practice, developing your working knowledge of business.

Section One

DURATION OF THE PROGRAM

The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Program is a four (4) year program consisting of 12 trimesters of 4 months duration, 3 trimesters in a year and 14 weeks per trimester.

CREDIT REQUIREMENTS

This is a 126 credit program including 41 (forty one) courses and internships program. Each course contains 3 Credit. The length of each course is 14 weeks, of which 12 weeks for classes (3 hours per week) and 2 weeks for examination. Number of classes in a week is 2 consisting of 1.5 hours per class.

 

Section Two

COURSE DISTRIBUTION                                               

Basic Structure of BBA Course Curriculum

                      

Categories of Courses

No. of Courses

Credits

1.

Core Courses

25

75

2.

GED Courses

07

21

3.

Open Elective Courses

02

06

4.

Concentration Courses

(5 Compulsory + 2 Elective)

07

21

5.

Internship

-

03

 

Total

41

126

A student pursuing a BBA degree may be required to take 03 (three) non-credit courses such as Fundamentals of Mathematics, Fundamentals of English and one foreign language other than Bangla and English. Whether a student has to take the first two courses depends upon his/her previous academic records and score on admission test conducted by the university.

A student pursuing a BBA degree can do concentration in any of the following 9 (nine) areas:

  1. Finance
  2. Marketing                                         
  3. Accounting
  4. Human Resource Management
  5. Management Information Systems
  6. Banking and Insurance
  7. Supply Chain Management
  8. Entrepreneurship
  9. Leadership

To obtain a BBA degree with single concentration, a student has to complete at least 126 credits as shown in the above-mentioned table.

To obtain a BBA degree with an additional concentration, a student has to complete at least 132 credits. The breakdown of credits will be as follows:

 

           

Categories of Courses

No. of Courses

Credits

1.

Core Courses

25

75

2.

GED Courses

07

21

3.

Open Elective Courses

01

03

4.

1st Concentration Courses (Compulsory)

05

15

5.

2nd Concentration Courses (Compulsory)

05

15

6.

Internship

 

03

 

Total

43

     132

 

A student will be allowed to start Internship only after completing 40 courses (120 credits) including all core and GED courses in case of a single concentration, and 42 courses (126 credits) including all core and GED courses in case of a double concentration.

 

Section Three

Course Structure

Core Courses: 25 (25×3=75 Credits)

Compulsory Courses
Course Code Course Title Credit Prerequisite Course Code
BUS-101 Introduction to Business 03 None  
ACT-101 Principles of Accounting 03 None  
MGT-101 Fundamentals of Management 03 None  
STA-101 Business Statistics 03 None  
ECO-101 Microeconomics 03 None  
FIN-101 Principles of Finance 03 None  
MAT-102 Business Mathematics 03 Basic Mathematics MAT-101
MKT-101 Principles of Marketing 03 None  
ACT-202 Intermediate Financial Accounting 03 Principles of Accounting ACT-101
ECO-202 Macroeconomics 03 Microeconomics ECO-101
BUS-202 Business Communications 03 English Spoken, Writing and Comprehension ENG-102
STA-202 Applied Statistics 03 Business Statistics STA-101
FIN-202 Financial Management 03 Principles of Finance FIN-101
MKT-202 Marketing Management 03 Principles of Marketing MKT-101
MGT-202 Organizational Behavior 03 Fundamentals of Management MGT-101
BNK-201 Fundamentals of Banking 03 None  
BUS-203 Legal Environment in Business 03 None  
MGT-203 Human Resource Management 03 Organizational Behavior MGT-202
MIS-202 Management Information Systems 03 ICT in Business & Fundamentals of Management MIS-101 &MGT-101
BUS-304 Entrepreneurship Development 03 Introduction to Business BUS-101
BUS-305 International Business 03 Fundamentals of Management MGT-101
MGT-304 Operations Management 03 Fundamentals of Management MGT-101
ACT-303 Management Accounting 03 Intermediate Financial Accounting ACT-202
MGT-305 Strategic Management 03 Fundamentals of Management MGT-101
BUS-306 Business Research Methodology 03 Applied Statistics STA-202

 

GED Courses: 7 (7×3=21 Credits)

Compulsory Courses
Course Code Course Title Credit Prerequisite Course Code
ENG-101 Basic Functional English 03 None
MIS-101 ICT in Business 03 None
ENG-102 English Spoken, Writing and Comprehension 03 Basic Functional English ENG-101
MAT-101 Basic Mathematics 03 None
BAN-201 Bangladesh Studies: Socio-Economic Perspective 03 None
AOL-301 Art of Living 03 None
EMP-101 Employability 360° 03 Art of Living AOL-301

 

Open Elective Courses for All Students

Optional Courses
Course Code Course Title Credit Prerequisite Course Code
BAN-301 Bangla Language 03 None
BAN-302 History of the Emergence of Bangladesh 03 None
ACT-301 Income Tax Accounting 03 Intermediate Financial Accounting ACT-202
SOC-301 Basic Sociology 03 None
SCM-301 Introduction to Supply Chain Management 03 Marketing Management mkt-202
LED-301 Leadership 03 Fundamentals of Management MGT-101
ECO-303 Political Economics 03 None
ENV-301 Environmental Science and Business Management 03 None
DEV-301 Development Studies 03 None
GEO-301 Economic Geography 03 None
HIS-301 World History 03 None
BUS-307 Business Policy and Strategy 03 Introduction to Business BUS-101
FIN-303 Insurance and Risk Management 03 Financial Management FIN-202
BPL-305 Business Plan 03 Introduction to Business BUS-101
BUS-308 Business Ethics 03 None
ECO-304 International Economics 03 Macro Economics ECO-202

 

To do concentration in Finance, a student has to take all 5 major compulsory courses (5×3=15 credits) and any 2 major elective courses (2×3=6 credits).

Major Compulsory Courses 5 (5×3=15 Credits)
Course Code Course Title Credit Prerequisite Course Code
FIN-404 Financial Institutions and Markets 03 Financial Management FIN-202
FIN-405 Financial Analysis and Control 03 Financial Management & Principles of Accounting FIN-202 &ACT-101
FIN-406 Corporate Finance 03 Financial Management FIN-202
FIN-407 Fundamentals of Investment 03 Financial Management FIN-202
FIN-408 Working Capital Management 03 Financial Management FIN-202

 

Major elective Courses
Course Code Course Title Credit Prerequisite Course Code
FIN-409 Securities Analysis and Portfolio Management 03 Financial Analysis and Control FIN-405
FIN-410 International Financial Management 03 Financial Management FIN-202
FIN-411 Leasing and Investment Banking 03 Financial Management  FIN-202
FIN-412 Projects Appraisals and Management 03 Financial Management & Production and Operations Management FIN-202&MGT-304
FIN-413 Real Estate Finance and Investments 03 Financial Management FIN-202
FIN-414 Management of Financial Institutions 03 Financial Management & Financial Institutions and Markets FIN-202&FIN-405
FIN-415 Risk Management and Financial Institutions  03 Financial Management & Financial Institutions and Markets FIN-202&FIN-405
FIN-416 Introduction to Financial Derivatives 03 Financial Management FIN-202

 

To do concentration in Marketing, a student has to take all 5 major compulsory courses (5×3=15 credits) and any 2 major elective courses (2×3=6 credits).

Major Compulsory Courses 5 (5×3=15 Credits)
Course Code Course Title Credit Prerequisite Course Code
MKT-403 Consumer Behavior 03 Marketing Management MKT-202
MKT-404 Global Marketing 03 Marketing Management MKT-202
MKT-405 Integrated Marketing Communications 03 Marketing Management MKT-202
MKT-406 Services Marketing 03 Marketing Management MKT-202
MKT-407 Marketing Research 03 Marketing Management & Applied Statistics MKT-202&STA-202
Major elective Courses
Course Code Course Title Credit Prerequisite Course Code
MKT-408 Strategic Marketing 03 Marketing Management MKT-202
MKT-409 Brand Management 03 Marketing Management MKT-202
MKT-410 Supply Chain Management 03 Marketing Management MKT-202
MKT-411 Industrial Marketing 03 Marketing Management MKT-202
MKT-412 E-Marketing 03 Marketing Management & Management Information Systems MKT-202&MIS-202
MKT-413 Agricultural Marketing 03 Marketing Management MKT-202
MKT-414 Sales and Retail Management 03 Marketing Management MKT-202

 

To do concentration in Accounting, a student has to take all 5 major compulsory courses (5×3=15 credits) and any 2 major elective courses (2×3=6 credits).

Major Compulsory Courses 5 (5×3=15 Credits)
Course Code Course Title Credit Prerequisite Course Code
ACT-404 Cost Accounting 03 Management Accounting ACT-303
ACT-405 Advanced Financial Accounting-1 03 Intermediate Financial Accounting ACT-202
ACT-406 Advancement Management Accounting 03 Management Accounting ACT-303
ACT-407 Auditing and Assurance 03 Intermediate Financial Accounting ACT-202
ACT-408 Business Taxation 03 Income Tax Accounting ACT- 301

 

Major elective Courses
Course Code Course Title Credit Prerequisite Course Code
ACT-409 Advanced Financial Accounting-2 03 Advanced Financial Accounting-1 ACT-405
ACT-410 Advanced Cost Accounting 03 Cost Accounting ACT-303
ACT-411 Accounting Information Systems 03 Cost Accounting & Intermediate Financial Accounting ACT-303&ACT-202
ACT-412 Financial Statement Analysis 03 Intermediate Financial Accounting ACT-202
ACT-413 Corporate Laws and Secretarial Practices 03 Introduction to Business BUS-101
ACT-414 Accounting Theory and Standards 03 Intermediate Financial Accounting ACT-202
ACT-415 Accounting Ethics and Professionalism 03 Intermediate Financial Accounting ACT-202

 

To do concentration in Human Resource Management, a student has to take all 5 major compulsory courses (5×3=15 credits) and any 2 major elective courses (2×3=6 credits).

Major Compulsory Courses 5 (5×3=15 Credits)
Course Code Course Title Credit Prerequisite Course Code
MGT-405 Strategic Human Resource Management 03 Human Resource Management MGT-203
MGT-406 Compensation Management 03 Human Resource Management MGT-203
MGT-407 Total Quality Management 03 Operations Management MGT-304 
MGT-408 International Human Resource Management  03 Fundamentals of Management MGT-101
MGT-409 Industrial Relations 03 Organizational Behavior MGT-202
Major elective Courses
Course Code Course Title Credit Prerequisite Course Code
MGT-410 Career Planning and Development 03 Human Resource Management MGT-203
MGT-411 Disaster Management 03 Human Resource Management MGT-203
MGT-412 Conflict Management 03 Industrial Relations MGT-409
MGT-413 Project Management 03 Production and Operations Management MGT-304
MGT-414 Business Ethics & Corporate Social Responsibility 03 Legal Environment in Business & Human Resource Management  BUS-203&MGT-203
MGT-415 Human Resource Planning and Staffing 03 Human Resource Management MGT-203
MGT-416 Contemporary Human Resource Management in Bangladesh 03 Human Resource Management MGT-203
MGT-417 Training and Development 03 Human Resource Management MGT-203

 

To do concentration in Management Information Systems, a student has to take all 5 major compulsory courses (5×3=15 credits) and any 2 major elective courses (2×3=6 credits).

Major Compulsory Courses 5 (5×3=15 Credits)
Course Code Course Title Credit Prerequisite Course Code
MIS-403 Data Communication and Networking for Business 03 Management Information Systems MIS-202
MIS-404 Enterprise Resource Planning 03 Management Information Systems MIS-202
MIS-405 Database Management System 03 Management Information Systems MIS-202
MIS-406 Decision Support System  03 Management Information Systems MIS-202
MIS-407 E-Commerce 03 ICT in Business MIS-101
Major elective Courses
Course Code Course Title Credit Prerequisite Course Code
MIS-408 Operating Systems 03 Management Information Systems MIS-202
MIS-409 System Analysis and Design 03 Management Information Systems MIS-202
MIS-410 Cyber Security Fundamentals 03 Management Information Systems MIS-202
MIS-411 Data Structure and Algorithms  03 Computer Programming and Application MIS-404
MIS-412 Web-based Programming  03 Computer Programming and Application MIS-404
MIS-413 Spreadsheet Analysis and Modeling 03 Management Information Systems MIS-202
MIS-414 Computer Programming and Application 03 Management Information Systems MIS-202

 

To do concentration in Banking and Insurance, a student has to take all 5 major compulsory courses (5×3=15 credits) and any 2 major elective courses (2×3=6 credits).

Major Compulsory Courses 5 (5×3=15 Credits)
Course Code Course Title Credit Prerequisite Course Code
BNK-402 Financial Institutions and Markets 03 Fundamentals of Banking FIN-203
BNK-403 Retail Banking and E-Banking 03 Fundamentals of Banking FIN-203
BNK-404 Investment Analysis of Banks 03 Fundamentals of Banking FIN-203
BNK-405 Merchant and Investment Banking 03 Fundamentals of Banking FIN-203
INS-405 Operations of Life and Non-life Insurance 03 Insurance and Risk Management FIN-303
Major elective Courses
Course Code Course Title Credit Prerequisite Course Code
BNK-406 Marketing of Bank Services 03 Fundamentals of Banking & Marketing Management FIN-203&MKT-202
INS-406 Insurance Corporate Management 03 Insurance and Risk Management FIN-303 
BNK-407 Islamic Banking and Insurance 03 Fundamentals of Banking FIN-203
BNK-408 Information Systems for Bank 03 Fundamentals of Banking FIN-203
BNK-409 Central Banking: Regulations and Supervision 03 Fundamentals of Banking FIN-203
BNK-410 Lending Risk Analysis and Credit Management 03 Investment Analysis of Banks BNK-406
BNK-411 Audit and Inspection of Banks 03 Fundamentals of Banking FIN-203
BNK-412 Foreign Exchange Management and International Banking 03 Fundamentals of Banking FIN-203
BNK-413 Micro Finance and Rural Banking 03 Fundamentals of Banking FIN-203
BNK-414 International Business and Banking 03 Fundamentals of Banking &International Business FIN-203&BUS-305

 

To do concentration in Supply Chain Management, a student has to take all 5 major compulsory courses (5×3=15 credits) and any 2 major elective courses (2×3=6 credits).

MAJOR COMPULSORY COURSES 5 (5x3=15 credits)
Course Code Course Title Credit Prerequisites Course Code
SCM-404 Strategic Supply Chain Management 03 Introduction to Supply Chain Management SCM-301
 SCM-405 Suppliers and Sourcing Management 03 Introduction to Supply Chain Management SCM-301
 SCM-406 Transportation & Distribution Management 03 Introduction to Supply Chain Management SCM-301
 SCM-407 Negotiation and Contract 03 Introduction to Supply Chain Management SCM-301
 SCM-408 E-Procurement 03 Introduction to Supply Chain Management SCM-301
MAJOR ELECTIVE COURSES
Course Code Course Title Credit Prerequisites Course Code
 SCM-409 Purchasing and Materials Management 03 Introduction to Supply Chain Management SCM-301
 SCM-410 Inventory Management 03 Introduction to Supply Chain Management SCM-301
 SCM-411 Production and Operations Management 03 Introduction to Supply Chain Management SCM-301
SCM-412 Customer Relationships Management 03 Introduction to Supply Chain Management SCM-301

 

To do concentration in Entrepreneurship, a student has to take all 5 major compulsory courses (5×3=15 credits) and any 2 major elective courses (2×3=6 credits).

Major Compulsory Courses 5 (5×3=15 Credits)
Course Code Course Title Credit Prerequisite Course Code
EDV- 401 Management of Innovation 03 Entrepreneurship Development BUS-304
EDV- 402 Small Business Management 03 Entrepreneurship Development BUS-304
EDV- 403 Entrepreneurial Organizational Appraisal I 03 Entrepreneurship Development BUS-304
EDV- 404 Entrepreneurial Organizational Appraisal II 03 Entrepreneurship Development BUS-304
EDV- 405 Intrapreneurship 03 Entrepreneurship Development BUS-304
Major elective Courses
Course Code Course Title Credit Prerequisite Course Code
EDV- 406 New Venture Creation and The Entrepreneurial Process 03 Entrepreneurship Development BUS-304
EDV- 407 Social Entrepreneurship 03 Entrepreneurship Development BUS-304
EDV- 408 Entrepreneurial Ventures 03 Entrepreneurship Development BUS-304
EDV- 409 Real Estate Entrepreneurship 03 Entrepreneurship Development BUS-304
EDV-410 Leadership Assessment 03 Entrepreneurship Development BUS-304

To do concentration in Leadership, a student has to take all 5 major compulsory courses (5×3=15 credits) and any 2 major elective courses (2×3=6 credits).

Major Compulsory Courses 5 (5×3=15 Credits)
Course Code Course Title Credit Prerequisite Course Code
LED-401 Knowledge Management 03 Leadership LED-301
LED-402 Negotiation Skills 03 Leadership LED-301
LED-403 Leadership Practicum 03 Leadership LED-301
LED-404 Effective group and Personal Dynamics 03 Leadership LED-301
LED-405 Evidence-based Leadership and Decision Making 03 Leadership LED-301
Major elective Courses
Course Code Course Title Credit Prerequisite Course Code
LED-406 Leadership Assessment 03 Leadership LED-301
LED-407 Leadership Framework  03 Leadership LED-301
LED-408 Global Leadership and Cross-Cultural Issues 03 Leadership LED-301
LED-409 Critical Thinking 03 Leadership LED-301
LED-413 Intrapreneurship 03 Leadership LED-301

 


Section 4

Admission Eligibility

Admission Requirements

SSC /Dakhil/Vocational HSC/Alim/Vocational/BM/Diploma in Commerce/Diploma in Business Studies: Students having minimum 2.5 GPA both in SSC/Dakhil/Vocational and HSC/ Alim/ Vocational/ BM/ Diploma in Commerce/Diploma in Business Studies from any group may apply for admission. O level A level: Students completing five O-level subjects and at least two A-level subjects may apply. Out of these 7 subjects applicants must have minimum 4 ‘B’ grade 3 ‘C’ grade.

Admission of International Students
International students meeting equivalent admission qualifications are eligible for admission as regular students or as special students for a part of the duration and may acquire to transfer credits. In case of the latter, these grades and courses that a foreign student achieve will be evaluated against the minimum entry requirement at DIU. The university may enroll foreign students under an exchange program established between two universities.

Section 5

Scholarships and funding

DIU provides meritorious and poor students with financial aid. Every year 25% poor and meritorious students of the total students receive 10% to 100% financial aid. It is remarkable that more than 2,000 students of the university avail themselves of the waiver and scholarship facilities. Scholarships are provided in four categories.

  1. Daffodil International University Scholarship
  2. Lutfar Rahman Scholarship
  3. Razia Begum Scholarship
  4. Akij Group Scholarship

To enjoy scholarship and tuition fee waiver, students of BBA program must take at least 12 credits. Students who will apply for a tuition fee waiver in other different quotas (Need-based quota, Freedom Fighters quota, Tribal quota, DIC students quota, Sports quota, 1st batch quota, etc.) should maintain a minimum GPA 3.00 (4) in each semester. Among the students, each of the husband and wife, two brothers, brother & sister and two sisters of the same parent will get a waiver of 20% of their tuition fee. For continuation, they will have to maintain a GPA of 3.00. The benefit will be withdrawn if any of the two drops from the program. The students who are already enjoying waiver benefit in any category should not apply for further waiver benefit. Newly admitted students can apply for waiver benefit under Need-based category through the Prescribed Financial Aid Form after completion of at least one semester. Waiver benefit is applicable only for tuition fee and not applicable for Admission fee, Semester fee, Library fee, Lab fee, Extra-Curricular activities fee, Improvement, Retake, Project/Dissertation/Internship, etc.

Scholarships Opportunity/Waiver of Tuition Fee

The students can avail themselves of scholarship opportunity in different categories. DIU offers the tuition fee waiver for the students on the basis of results in HSC or equivalent including the fourth subject in the following categories.

For more Information, please visit: https://daffodilvarsity.edu.bd/scholarship

 

Section 6

Prepare yourself for a career in management and administration. Develop important skills in finance, marketing and HR to advance in your career.

Credit Hours Program Duration Admission Fees Average Semester Cost for 12 Credits Total Tuition Fees Total Fees in TK
126 4 Years 48,450 56,000 448,950 613,450

Foreign Students costing in Dollar amount Admission flyer1 Admission flyer2