BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

CURRICULUM SUMMARY FOR

BACHLOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (BBA)

MANAGEMENT TRACK

TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED: 144

Each course carries three credit hours. The total credit hours to complete the degree program is 144. This credit hour will include 1 (one) credit of viva voce at the end of each semester plus one project work carrying another 4(four) credits which comprises total of 144 credits

FIRST SEMESTER

SECOND SEMESTER

Course Number

Course Title

Credit Hrs

Course Number

Course Title

Credit Hrs

ENGL 1301

Composition & Rhetoric I

3

MATH 1303

Mathematics for Decision Making

3

COSC 1306

Intro to Programming

3

MGMT 304

Fundamentals of Management

3

BUSI 1301

Introduction to Business

3

MKTG 1306

Fundamentals of Marketing

3

ACCT 1302

Financial Accounting-1

3

BUSI 1308

Business Communication

3

 

THIRD SEMESTER

FOURTH SEMESTER

Course Number

Course Title

Cr. Hrs.

Course Number

Course Title

Cr. Hrs.

ENGL 2333

World Literature

3

ACCT 2304

Financial Accounting-II

3

BUSI 1305

Business Law

3

MATH 2413

Calculus I/Business Calculus

3

MKTG 2303

Marketing Management

3

ANTH 2346

Introduction to Anthropology

3

PSCY 1307

Industrial Psychology

3

PHYS 1401

College Physics I (with lab)

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FIFTH SEMESTER

SIXTH SEMESTER

Course Number

Course Title

Credit Hrs

Course Number

Course Title

Credit Hrs

PHYS 1402

College Physics II (with lab)

3

•  ACCT 2310

Taxation

3

SOCI 1301

Introduction to Social Sciences

3

MGMT 2308

Industrial Law

3

STAT 2301

Business Statistics-I

3

ECON 2305

Micro Economics

3

MGMT 2302

Industrial Relations

3

SPCH 1311

Fundamentals of Speech

3

 

SEVENTH SEMESTER

EIGHTH SEMESTER

Course Number

Course Title

Credit Hrs

Course Number

Course Title

Credit Hrs

STAT 2306

Business Statistics-II

3

ECON 3301

Macro Economics

 

3

FINC 2307

Financial Management

3

MGMT 3302

Operations Management

3

MGMT 2309

Organizational Behavior

3

ENGL 2311

Technical Writing

3

COSC 3308

Computing Fundamentals

3

MGMT 3304

Insurance and Risk

Management

3

 

NINTH SEMESTER

TENTH SEMESTER

 

Course Number

Course Title

Credit Hrs

Course Number

Course Title

Credit Hrs

 

SOCI 3303

Industrial Sociology

3

MGMT 3307

Entrepreneurship Development

3

 

ECON 4301

Economy of Bangladesh

 

3

MGMT 4306

Bank Management

3

 

HRMS 3305

Human Resource Management

3

MGMT 3309

Investment Management

3

 

MGMT 3306

Material Management and Quality Control

3

MGMT 3310

International Trade

3

 

 

ELEVENTH SEMESTER

TWELFTH SEMESTER

Course Number

Course Title

Credit Hrs

Course Number

Course Title

Credit Hrs

MGMT 4302

Comparative

3

MGMT 4307

Project Appraisal and

Management

3

ACCT 4303

Auditing

3

MGMT 4308

Management Accounting

3

MGMT 4304

Management of Small

Business

3

MGMT 4309

Management Thoughts

3

ACCT 4305

Cost Accounting

3

MGMT 4310

Management of Multinational Enterprises

3

COURSE DESCRIPTION

BUSI 1301 : Introduction to Business: Business Concepts, Business Organizations, Development of

joint, Co-operative societies in Bangladesh Institutions for promotion of business ,Trade practices in Bangladesh :

ACCT1302 : Financial Accounting-1:Introduction to accounting, Financial Accounting procedure,

Processing Accounting Data, The Ledger, The Trial Balance, Accounting System, Final Accounts, Accounting for Assets, Accounting for Liabilities, Accounting for Partnership.

MATH 1303 : Mathematics for Decision Making: Basic Concepts ,Set theory, Logarithms , Trigonometry,

Equation System, Geometry, Differential Calculus, Integral Calculus, Matrix Algebra :

MGMT 1304 : Fundamentals of Management: Introduction of Management, Environment, Planning,

Objectives' :Decision Making, Organization ,Leading ,Controlling .

BUSI 1305 : Business Law: Law of Contract, Laws relating to sales of goods ,The Companies Act 1994 ,

Partnership Act .

MKTG 1306 : Fundamentals of Marketing: The Field of Marketing ,Marketing Systems and the Marketing

Environment , Marketing and Buyer's Behavior Elements of Product Planning Place and Distribution Structure Price System Promotional Activities.

PSYC 1307 : Industrial Psychology: Introduction ,Individual and Situation Difference in Behaviour,

Personnel Training, Morale , Industrial accident, safety and fatigue, Industrial counseling

BUSI 1308 : Business Communication: Basic English Skills, Business Writing Skills, Business Letters

and Memos, Employment Communications, Organizational Communication, Commercial Terms and abbreviations

STAT 2301 : Business Statistics-I: Introduction to Statistics, Arranging Data and Plots, Measures of

Central Tendency and Variability, Correlation and Regression Analysis, Index Number, Time Series Analysis

MGMT 2302 : Industrial Relations: An Overview of Industrial Relations, Workers and their Unions,

Employers and Their Organizations, Role of Government, Industrial Conflict, Collective Bargaining, Conciliation Service, Adjudication, Machinery, Employee Discipline and Grievance Procedure, Participative Management and Industrial Democracy, Bangladesh and ILO

MKTG 2303 : Marketing Management: Strategic Planning and Marketing Management Process,

Marketing Information System, Marketing Environment, Marketing Mix, Marketing of Services, Market measurement and forecasting, Measuring Marketing Efforts, Marketing Response to a Changing Society

ACCT 2304 : Financial Accounting-II: Accounting for Company, Accounting for Profitability, Accounting

for non trading concern, Accounting for depreciation, provisions and service, Accounting for joint venture, Company final Accounts; Trading and Banking.

ECON 2305 : Micro Economics: Introduction, Utility Analysis and Indifference Curve Analysis, Demand,

Supply Production, Cost, Market and Revenue, Price and Output

STAT 2306 : Business Statistics-II: Probability, Random Variable and Probability Distribution, Discrete

Probability Distributions, Continuous Probability Distribution, Sampling and Sampling Distributions, Large Sample Estimation, Large Sample Tests of Hypotheses, Small Samples

FINC 2307 : Financial Management: Introduction, Financial Statement Analysis, Financial forecasting,

Operating And Financial leverage, Working capital management, Management of cash marketable securities, Short-term financing, The time value of money, Cost of Capital, Capital Budgeting, Risk Analysis and Capital Budgeting

MGMT 2308 : Industrial Law: Employment of Labour (Standing Order) Act , 1965, Payment of Wages

Act 1936, Factories Act 1965, Workmen's Compensation Act 1923, Industrial Relations Ordinance 1969

MGMT 209 : Organizational Behavior: Fundamentals of Organizational Behavior, Communication and

group dynamics, Leadership and its Developments

ACCT 2310 : TAXATION: Income Tax, Value Added Tax (VAT)

ECON 3301 : Macro Economics: Introduction, Market Economy, National Income Accounting, Income

Determination, Inflation, Money and Monetary Policy, Fiscal Policy, Employment

MGMT 3302 :Operations Management: Introduction, Production Design and Competitive Priorities, Process Design, Work Measurement, Capacity Decisions, Location Analysis, Layout Analysis

SOCI 3303 : Industrial Sociology: Industrial Sociology, Industrial Society and Industrial Sociology, The

Worker and the Industry, Industrialism, Commitment of labour to industry, Work, The Social

Structure of Industry, Industry and Society

MGMT 3304 :Insurance & Risk Management: Introduction, Life Assurance, Marine Insurance, Fire

Insurance, Miscellaneous Insurance, Risk; Insurance Business in Bangladesh

HMRS 3305 : Human Resource Management: The Development of Human Resource Management,

Organization Considerations on Managing Human Resources, Job Requirements, Human Resource Planning and Recruitment, Recruitment and Selection, Job Evaluation, Compensation System, Training and Development, Career Development, Evaluation and Improving performance, Safety and health Management, Disciplining employee

MGMT 3306 : Material Management and Quality Control: Materials Management, Inventory Systems,

Aggregate Planning, Master Production Scheduling, Material Requirements Planning, Quality Management, Quality Control Through Measurement, Quality Control Through Counting.

MGMT 3307 :Entrepreneurship Development: Introduction, Theories on Entrepreneurship,

Entrepreneurship in the less Developed Countries, Entrepreneurship and small Business, Entrepreneurship and small Business in Bangladesh

COSC 3408 :Computing Fundamentals: Information Systems, Hardware and software, Operating

Systems, Word Processing, Spread Sheet Analysis, Data Base

MGMT 3309 : Investment Management: Introduction, Valuation, Intermediate Term Financing, Portfolio,

management, Theory of capital structure and decisions, Dividend policies and retained earnings, Long-Term Financing, Financing Institutions in Bangladesh

MGMT 3310 : International Trade: Definition of international trade, International trade and the Theory of

Comparative Advantage, Protectionism and Free Trade, The economics of foreign exchange, Issues of International Economics, Bangladesh and International Trade, Export Processing Zone in Bangladesh.

ECON 4301: Economy of Bangladesh: Introduction, economic growth, economic history of Bangladesh,

financing economic development, agriculture, industry, human resources development, economic of population quality.

MGMT 402 : Comparative Management: Introduction, Culture and Comparative management,

Managerial Behaviour & Leadership Style, An overview of the management systems of USA,UK,and JAPAN, Management Scenario of Developing Countries, Management Style in Bangladesh

ACCT 4303 : Auditing: Introduction, Internal Check or Control, Vouching, Audit of impersonal ledger,

Verification and Valuation of Assets and Liabilities, The Audit of Limited companies

MGMT 4304 :Management Of Small Business: Introduction, Starting a small Business, Management of

small Business, Small Business Support Services

ACCT 4305 : Cost Accounting: Introduction, Cost Behaviour and Terminology, Cost Elements, Cost

Accounting system, Costing Techniques

MGMT 4306 : Bank Management: Structure of commercial banking system, Role of commercial banks in

the economic development, Banking system in Bangladesh, Organization and management of commercial banks, Deposits of commercial banks, Commercial banks lending and investment portfolio, Earnings, expenses, profitability of commercial banks, Capital structure and safety of commercial banks, Reserves and liquidity requirements of commercial banks, General accounting system in commercial banks, Bankers and customers relationships, Central banking, Specialized Banking system.

MGMT 4307 : Project Appraisal And Management: Introduction, Project Appraisal, Project Management,

Project Management in Bangladesh

MGMT 4308 : Management Accounting: Introduction, Analysis of Cost Behaviour, Cost, Analyzing cost

for Pricing and short , Planning and Budgeting , Master Budget, Flexible & Cash Budget Responsibility Accounting, Evaluation performance

MGMT 4309 : MANAGEMENT THOUGHT: Management thought prior to Industrial Revolution, The

Classical theories , of management, Neo- classical theories of management, Contemporary management

MGMT 410 : Management Of Multinational Enterprises: Introduction, Variations the Organization

Structure of MNCs, MNCs Design and Process, Subsidiary, Headquarter and Subsidiary, Managing Foreign Investment /Foreign Investment Strategies, International Marketing Management, International Financial Management

ANTH 2346. INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGY. (3-0). CREDIT 3 - Principles of physical and cultural anthropology, analysis of the cultures of prehistoric and existing preliterate people, impact of modern western culture on preliterate societies. Prerequisite: Nelson Denny 12 Spring. This is an academic transfer course.

ARTS 1303 ART HISTORY (lecture 3, lab 0). CREDIT 3. A review for major developments in the painting sculpture, and the architecture of Western art from ancient civilizations through the Medieval era (c 35,000B.C. to A.D.1400) . This is an academic transfer course.

ENGL 1301. COMPOSITION AND RHETORIC (lecture 3, lab 0). CREDIT 3 - An introduction to writing skills that will generate, organize and project knowledge gained from personal experience and reading. The power to describe and to influence others through writing will take the form of reading assignments, class discussions, in-class essays, and a research paper. Mechanics as well as elements of style will be stressed. Prerequisite: TSWE 35, or DEVW 0360, or DEVW 0390; reading level of 12.6. Credit by examination available. This is an academic transfer course.

ENGL 2311. TECHNICAL WRITING (Lecture 3, lab 0) CREDIT 3 - The writing of technical reports, proposals, progress papers, and interoffice memoranda. Prerequisite: ENGL 1302 or permission of the instructor. This is an academic transfer course.

ENGL 2333. WORLD LITERATURE. (lecture 3, lab 0). CREDIT 3 - Masterpieces of world literature, Renaissance to present. Prerequisite: ENGL 1302. This is an academic transfer course.

PHYS 1401. COLLEGE PHYSICS I. (lecture 3, lab 3) Credit 4 - A non-calculus approach to the principles of mechanics ad heat. . Corequisite: MATH 1314. This is an academic transfer course.

PHYS 1402 COLLEGE PHYSICS II (lecture 3, lab 3). Credit 4 - A continuation of PHYS 1401. Wave theory, sound, light, electricity and magnetic and atomic physics. Prerequisite: PHYS 1401 and MATH 1314. This is an academic transfer course.

SOCI 1301. INTRODUCTION SOCIOLOGY . (lecture 3, lab 0). CREDIT 3. A study of the social nature of human behavior that examines the major sociological theories, concepts, and social institutions. The topics emphasized include culture, society, social interaction, socialization, conformity, deviance, social change, and the social issues relevant to class, race, gender and age. Credit by examination available. Fall, Spring, Summer I and II. Prerequisite: Nelson Denny Reading level 12.0 or CPT Reading 78 or permission of instructor. This is an academic transfer course.

SPCH 1311. FUNDAMENTALS OF SPEECH. (lecture 3, lab 0). CREDIT 3 - This course emphasizes the principles of oral communication skills in both speaking and listening situations. In addition to theory in verbal and nonverbal technique, the course prepares students for planning, organization, and delivery of