BBA or Bachelor of Business Administration is one of the most sought after courses after 12th. It is a degree course at the graduation level. Compared to the other degrees this makes one job ready quicker that too with high salary packages. Doing a specialization further increases the scope of the degree. A number of specializations in business related subjects are available and so the students can divulge further in the topic of their interest. Marketing, Human Resource and Finance are amongst the leading BBA specialization topics. Thus, a student passionate about finance can go for a BBA in Finance, a student who is into the marketing aspect can do a BBA in Marketing and likewise for other topics.
Anyone who has qualified 12th boards from any of the recognized universities is eligible for the BBA course. Also they can belong to science, commerce or arts streams. Thus, the eligibility criteria is quite basic and the course has high accessibility.
Many career options are available for a BBA graduate. They can go ahead for higher studies in the very specialization they have done their BBA course in. Otherwise they can get lucrative jobs in government as well as private organisations directly after finishing the graduation course.
They can either go for a MBA (Master of Business Administration) in their chosen specialization or PGDM (Post Graduate Diploma in Management). Both of these programs are amongst the foremost choices of BBA graduates. Apart from these they can also switch fields and go for a LLB degree or become a Chartered Accountant. Thus there isn’t any lack of options available and fields to explore for BBA graduates.
As aforementioned, both public and private sectors have job availability for business and management graduates. A number of tasks contribute to the smooth running of any business. And business and management professionals handle these tasks, creating many job opportunities for BBA graduates. Moreover, a specialization provides one an edge over others in that particular field and better job prospects. Thus, one can start their own business, do a marketing or management or sales job or take up a government job.
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