BBA – Accounting and Finance

Curriculum Design

* Proposed Courses subject to change

Qualification Level : Undergraduate
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BBA101 Fundamentals of Management Principles and Organisational Behaviour
BBA102 Basics of Business Economics
BBA103 Accounting for Managers
BBA104 Basics of Statistics
BBA105 Business Communication and Personality Enhancement I
BBA106 Introduction to Computers
BBA107 Project I


BBA – Accounting and Finance – Semester II

BBA201 Human Resource Management Optional Papers (Any one)
BBA202 Financial Management BBO1 Information Systems
BBA203 Indian Business Environment BBO2 Basic Econometrics
BBA204 Fundamentals of Marketing Management    
BBA205 Production and Operations Management    
BBA206 Business Communication and Personality Enhancement II    
BBA207 Project 2    

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BBA – Accounting and Finance – Semester – 3

BBA301 Corporate Strategy Optional Papers (Any one)
BBA302 Environment and Disaster Management BBO3 Financial products
BBA303 Project Management BBO4 Logistics and Transportation Management
BBA304 Consumer Behaviour    
BBA305 Entrepreneurship and Managing Small Business  
BBA306 Business Mathematics  
BBA307 Project 3  

BBA – Accounting and Finance – Semester – 4

BBA401 Industrial Relations Optional Papers (Any one)
BBA402 Supply Chain Management BBO5 Retail Management
BBA403 Research Methods BBO6 Computer Networks
BBA404 Infrastructure Management    
BBA405 Service Marketing    
BBA406 Legal Environment of Business    
BBA407 Project 4    

 

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BBA – Accounting and Finance – Semester – 5
BBA501 International Business Management Optional Papers (Any one)
BBA502 Business Communication and Personality Enhancement III BBO7 Development and Management of Real Estate
BBF513 International Finance BBO8 Service Operations
BBF514 Security Analysis and Portfolio Management    
BBF515 Financial Derivatives    
BBF516 Financial markets and services    
BBF517 Project7    

BBA – Accounting and Finance – Semester – 6

BBA601 Enterprise Resource Planning Optional Papers (Any one)
BBA602 Business Intelligence and Analytics BBO9 Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
BBF613 Income Tax Planning BBO10 Merchant Banking
BBF614 Corporate Analysis and Valuation BBO11 Leadership
BBF615 Management of Financial Institutions    
BBF616 Corporate Restructuring    
BBF617 Project 11    

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Qualification Level : Undergraduate

[accordion_content title=”Educational aims: Knowledge, Understanding and Skills”]This degree in Accounting and Finance prepares the students with sound technical knowledge and broad understanding in the area of accounting and finance. It prepares the students for a wide variety of careers in Accounting and Finance. The focus of the degree is on developing the managers of the future

The main objectives of the programme are

  • To develop knowledge in the key areas of Accounting and Finance including Financial and Managerial Accounting, Accounting Information system, Taxation, International Finance, Investment Management and Quantitative Finance.
  • To have a comprehensive understanding of the specialized areas within Accounting and Finance.
  • To prepare students for wide variety of careers in Accounting and Finance.

It is intended that students will also develop the following:

  • Critical thinking and analytical skills
  • A high degree of competence in using information technology and other desirable transferable skills.
  • A cultural appreciation through working in multi-cultural teams
  • Clear communication, both in writing and verbally

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[accordion_content title=”Intended learning outcomes”]On completion of the degree, students will be able to demonstrate the following:

  • A Comprehensive understanding of various concepts and processes in the area of Accounting and Finance.
  • That they have sound grounding in the Theory and Methodology of Accounting and Finance.
  • Programme specific knowledge and understanding.
  • That they are professionally competent and up to date in their field of Accounting and Finance.
  • That they are able to think critically, analyze and solve problems.
  • That they are effective communicators.
  • That they posses good interpersonal skills in team work and leadership roles

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[accordion_content title=”Learning and Teaching Strategies and Methods”]The main teaching methods will be through lectures, tutorials and group work. There also is an expectation that students will demonstrate the ability to undertake independent study.

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[accordion_content title=”Assessment Strategies and Methods”]Knowledge and understanding is assessed in a number of ways.

  • End-term Examinations and classroom-based tests assess knowledge, understanding and application of theory and key concepts.
  • Individual / Group assignments: They enable the students to apply various accounting and financial theories to practice, involve the collection and analysis of accounting and financial data and in some cases presentations of their work to the class.
  • Case studies: They provide the opportunity to explore and apply concepts in a supportive environment and build understanding of the crucial concepts and processes within the subject areas.

The Research Project allows students to draw on and demonstrate an integrated understanding of principles and concepts introduced in the modules[/accordion_content]

[accordion_content title=”Total number of credits required”]48×3=144[/accordion_content]

[accordion_content title=”Details of any requirement of internship”]4-weeks of industrial internship[/accordion_content]
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* Proposed Courses subject to change