BBA – NU: Program Structure and Duration It is mandatory to follow the course regulations of BBA as stated in the National University Act, 1992. Therefore, like other institutes, the Academy provides only the tutorial facilities to the students of BBA under the National University. The instructors under this program follow the prescribed syllabuses provided by the National University. The exams are held twice in a year at an external center immediately at the end of each semesters. All questions are set, examined and the result is published by the National University.
Duration of the program: At least 4 Years, but must be completed by 6 years. No. of Weeks per semester: At least 21. No. of semesters: 8 No. of Classes per semester: At least 30 classes of 1. 5 hours each. Final Exam: Within the last 3 weeks of the semester. Duration of the examination: 3 hours each. The followings are the program structure of the BBA program under the National University: Description| Courses| Credits| Part/Year: 1, Semester: 1 & 2| 5+5| 30| Part/Year: 2, Semester: 1 & 2| 5+5| 30| Part/Year: 3, Semester: 1 & 2| 5+5| 30|
Part/Year: Final, Semester: 1 & Final Specialized courses of any one Concentration on: Accounting/marketing/Finance/Management | 5+5| 30| Total| 40| 120| Area of Knowledge| Subjects| Language| English | General education| History of Bangladesh, Social Sciences, Natural Sciences, Mathematics and Computers| Analytical tools| Statistical Techniques, Behavioral Science and Accountancy | Fundamental knowledge on Business| Management, Production, Finance, Marketing and Human Resources. | Supplementary knowledge | Communication, Environment and Economics| Synthesis| Business Policy and Strategy|
Total (8 semesters, 4 years)| 40 Courses| BBA – NU: Admission Process ENTRANCE AND ADMISSIONS PROCESS An applicant is eligible for admission at the upper division undergraduate level by meeting the following criteria: 1. SSC or Equivalent and HSC or equivalent pass on 2010-2011 session minimum grade C 2. Demonstrate ability to perform at the undergraduate level. 3. Good command of English Language 4. Transfer from any National University affiliated institutions (approval must be needed from the both institutions and the University). THE ADMISSIONS PROCESS 1.
Application: An application is comprised of the information of all vocational, professional and academic background education. 2. Transcripts: Official Transcripts/Marksheets from previously attended colleges or universities/institutions must be provided prior to enrollment. 3. Photographs: 5 passport size Black and White photograph and 2 stamp size color photograph. 4. Application Form: Application for admission to the Academy is made directly to the Academy using the prescribe application form. Before making their application students /sponsor should read the prospectus very carefully.
It is particularly important that student understand the entrance requirements for the course for which they wish to apply. If the student is in any doubt as to their eligibility to join a particular course the Academy officers will be pleased to give advice. Students who are waiting for examination results, which will make them eligible for admission, are strongly advised to apply tothe Academy before they receive these results. The Academy will reserve their place on the course, conditional on their obtaining the required results. BBA – NU : Evaluation Criteria and Grading IN-COURSE TESTS
In order to monitor the course effectively and efficiently, a variety of measures are adopted. The Academy introduced an in-house exam system that incorporates frequent tests during the semester. The total in-course tests can be divided as follow which is later converted into 10% and sent to the National University for adding up in the final marks/grade: Attendance & Participation| 10 %| Assignments & Quizzes| 20 %| 1st mid-Term| 20%| 2nd Mid-Term | 20%| Pre-final Test / Project Work | 30%| Note: 75% attendance in the regular classes is mandatory in order to get eligibility to sit for the final exam.
FINAL TESTS National University s BBA program are evaluated in the following manner: Evaluation criteria| Marks| Description| In-course | 10| Tutorial, case study and in-course exams at the Academy| Final test (Comprehensive)| 40| Conducted by the NU at an external center. Time: 3hrs| Total | 50| 120| UGC Grading System University Grants Commission (UGC) has introduced a Uniform Grading Scheme, for the preparation of results, to be followed by all the Public and Private universities in Bangladesh from the session 2006-2007. However, Universities may use “I” grade in case of incomplete grade and “W” for withdrawn courses.
It is to be noted that, Institutions/Colleges, who are offering “Pass” degree would still continue their old making system. BBA – NP: Teaching Methods Consistent with the degree objectives, a variety of teaching methods have been adopted, More specifically we combine lecture, case and experimental exercise methods, At the same time, the audio visual aspect plays a prominent role in all three methods mentioned above, Finally, from time to time lectures are also conducted by the practitioners/professionals in the field so that students are well- acquainted with the recent developments and practical aspects of the field of work.
BBA – NP : Academic Facilities Academy premises provides a high standard and comfortable atmosphere in which to study and learn. There are Lecture Theatre, Reading Rooms, Mock Trial Court Room, Seminar, Library and Canteen. Library: The Library is furnished with latest text books, Reference books, all England Law Reports, upto date Law Reports, UK Newspapers and professional Journals with staff on hand to assist students. Reading Room: The reading room provides a comfortable environment for private study. Important daily newspapers and leading weekly journals are provided.
Canteen: The Canteen remains open for light refreshment. Semester Performance Report: The Business School is well equipped with School Information System. Through this system, we provide real time performance reports to the guardians in each semester and per request. English Language Special Classes: English Language Special Classes run weekly for students who need to brush up on their command of the English Language to cope more easily with their courses. The course is designed to meet the needs of our students who could be studying professional subjects.
At the time of admission if it is found that the student needs to improve his knowledge of the English Language, he would be required to attend the English Language Special classes with minimum charges. Extra Curricula Lectures: The Academy plans extra curricula lectures to supplement the Regular Academic Lectures. The Academy welcomes visiting Professional & Specialists speakers who come to address the Academy on subjects of interest relevant to the students. Academy Parties and Dinners: Social events at Academy are regular features of life and include the Annual Dinner.
Debates: Debates are held regularly on various topics and the aim is always to provide students with confidence and the ability to speak on objective we are determined to achieve. General Lectures: With the help of qualified teachers, the Academy provides regular class tuition to students of the courses. This teacher-student interface, the Academy feels, is vital for ensuring success in the examination. Tutorial & Revision Class: Apart from regular lectures, we provide special tutorials to students, immediately prior to each examination.
This takes the form of a Revision course, and involves going through the various parts of the syllabus. Seminars: Discussions on specific topics of the course, which are considered important, are held at frequent intervals, throughout the duration of the course. Question & Answer Workshop: Students are encouraged to ask typical questions, on different aspects of the syllabus. This usually takes place in the form of a Workshop, participated by teachers and students. Games, Sports and Cultural Programs: Students organize and participate in games and sports and cultural function regularly on occasions of national importance.
Tours and Picnics: Industrial and Academic tours and Picnics are organized annually. Parents are also encouraged to join the Annual Picnic. BBA – NP: Fees & Charges FEES STRUCTURE Payable for 1st year (1st& 2nd Semester) 1st Semester| Tk. | 15,000| 2nd Semester| Tk. | 15,000| Total | Tk. | 30,000| Payable for 2nd year (3rd & 4th Semester) 3rd Semester| Tk. | 15,000| 4th Semester| Tk. | 15,000| Total | Tk. | 30,000| Payable for 3rd year (5th & 6th Semester) 5th Semester| Tk. | 15,000| 6th Semester| Tk. | 15,000| Total | Tk. | 30,000| Payable for 4th year (7th & 8th Semester) th Semester| Tk. | 15,000| 8th Semester| Tk. | 15,000| Total | Tk. | 30,000| Total | Tk. | 1,20,000| | | | | Transfer Fees | Tk. | 5,000| *Fine @ TK. 20. 00 per day in default of Monthly Tuition Fees Payment. **Provisional transcript from the Academy @Tk. 200/- The Academy reserves the right to amend the announced fees, if necessary. Besides the fees payable to the Academy, student should budget for the cost of purchasing textbooks, photocopying, transportation and living. The Admission fee, other fees and also the monthly fees paid to the Academy, are not refundable on any ground.
BBA – NU : List of Courses No| Code| Course Title| Marks| Credits| Part/Year: 1, Semester: 1 | 1 | 1101 | Introduction to Business | 100 | 3 | 2 | 1102 | Principles of Accounting | 100 | 3 | 3 | 1103 | Introduction to Computer | 100 | 3 | 4 | 1104 | Business Mathematics | 100 | 3 | 5 | 1105 | English | 100 | 3 | Part/Year: 1, Semester: 2 | 6 | 1201 | Business Communication | 100 | 3 | 7 | 1202 | Intermediate Accounting | 100 | 3 | 8 | 1203 | Principles of Management | 100 | 3 | 9 | 1204 | Micro Economics | 100 | 3 | 10 | 1205 | Business Statistics – 1 | 100 | 3 |
Part/Year: 2, Semester: 3 | 11 | 2101 | Principles of Finance | 100 | 3 | 12 | 2102 | Principles of Marketing | 100 | 3 | 13 | 2103 | Organizational Behaviour | 100 | 3 | 14 | 2104 | Macro Economics | 100 | 3 | 15 | 2105 | Business Statistics – II | 100 | 3 | Part/Year: 2, Semester: 4 | 16 | 2201 | Insurance and Risk Management | 100 | 3 | 17 | 2202 | Cost Accounting | 100 | 3 | 18 | 2203 | Computer Programming | 100 | 3 | 19 | 2204 | Commercial Law | 100 | 3 | 20 | 2205 | Theory and Practice of Banking | 100 | 3 | Part/Year: 3, Semester: 5 | 21 | 3101 | Business and Society | 100 | 3 | 2 | 3102 | Auditing | 100 | 3 | 23 | 3103 | Taxation in Bangladesh | 100 | 3 | 24 | 3104 | Industrial Law | 100 | 3 | 25 | 3105 | Bangladesh Studies | 100 | 3 | Part/Year: 3, Semester: 6 | 26 | 3201 | Financial Management | 100 | 3 | 27 | 3202 | Entrepreneurship Development | 100 | 3 | 28 | 3203 | International Business | 100 | 3 | 29 | 3204 | Marketing Management | 100 | 3 | 30 | 3205 | Production Management | 100 | 3 | Part/Year: 4, Semester: 7 | 31 | 4101 | Human Resource Management | 100 | 3 | 32 | 4102 | Management Accounting | 100 | 3 | 3 | 4103 | Project Management | 100 | 3 | 34 | 4104 | Strategic Management | 100 | 3 | 35 | 4105 | Management Information System | 100 | 3 | Part/Year: 4, Semester: 8 (Final), Major in any One | Major in Accounting | 36 | ACC4201 | Accounting Theory | 100 | 3 | 37 | ACC4202 | Financial Statement Analysis | 100 | 3 | 38 | ACC4203 | Specialized Accounting | 100 | 3 | 39 | ACC4204 | Corporate Reporting and Disclosure | 100 | 3 | 40 | ACC4205 | Viva and Project Paper Defense | 100 | 3 | Major in Management | 36 | MGT4201 | Management Thought | 100 | 3 | 7 | MGT4202 | Industrial Relations and Conflict Management | 100 | 3 | 38 | MGT4203 | Comparative Management | 100 | 3 | 39 | MGT4204 | Industrial Psychology | 100 | 3 | 40 | MGT4205 | Viva and Project Paper Defense | 100 | 3 | Major in Finance | 36 | FIN4201 | Financial Analysis | 100 | 3 | 37 | FIN4202 | Security Analysis and Portfolio Management | 100 | 3 | 38 | FIN4203 | Financial Market and Institutions | 100 | 3 | 39 | FIN4204 | Public Finance | 100 | 3 | 40 | FIN4205 | Viva and Project Paper Defense | 100 | 3 | Major in Marketing | 6 | MKT4201 | Consumer Behaviour | 100 | 3 | 37 | MKT4202 | Marketing Research | 100 | 3 | 38 | MKT4203 | Marketing Promotion | 100 | 3 | 39 | MKT4204 | Brand Management | 100 | 3 | 40 | MKT4205 | Viva and Project Paper Defense | 100 | 3 | Major in Information Systems | 36 | INF4201 | E-commerce Strategies in Business | 100 | 3 | 37 | INF4201 | Information Systems | 100 | 3 | 38 | INF4201 | Systems Analysis and Design | 100 | 3 | 39 | INF4201 | Programming Techniques for Business | 100 | 3 | 40 | INF4201 | Viva and Project Paper Defense | 100 | 3 | Total | | | 120 |