BBA Accounting and Finance
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
The specializations are Accounting and Finance
The goal of the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) programme is to prepare students in Accounting Finance and Banking disciplines. Specifically it sets out to:
- Prepare students to develop requisite knowledge, skills, enterprise, and attitudes for academic and professional business practice in the competitive job market.
- Produce high-level professional entrepreneurs, business managers and practitioners with a high sense of integrity and requisite capabilities of innovation, efficiency and productivity for the development of new products and services for the transformation of society.
- Enable students to acquire analytical capabilities, requisite knowledge and skills required to solve problems in Industry and Financial Sectors of the economy
- Produce Accounting managers who integrate marketing knowledge with professional ethics and demonstrate moral leadership in mobilizing and managing human resources for businesses and organizations
Graduates who are currently employed may have the opportunity for career progression. Graduates are likely to be employed by both public and private institutions in the following capacities:
- Managers and officers in accounting departments
- Consultants in Consultancy and Accountancy and Business Support Service organizations.
- Self- employed entrepreneurs in business and social enterprises
- Finance professionals in Financial Institutions
Entry Level for All Categories of Applicants
- SSSCE credit passes (A-D) in six (6) subjects: three (3) electives plus, three (3) core English Language, Mathematics, and Integrated Science or Social Studies. Aggregate score should not exceed 24. Candidates will be considered for Level 100.
- WASSCE credit passes (A1-C6) in six (6) subjects: three (3) electives plus, three (3) core English Language, Mathematics, and Integrated Science or Social Studies. Aggregate score should not exceed 36. Candidates will be considered for Level 100.
- GCE O and A Level holders: Candidates should have two (2) G. C. E. A Level passes and five (5) GCE O level credits including English Language and Mathematics. Applicants with three (3) A Levels passes, plus a pass in General Paper may be considered for Level 200.
- Holders of ACCA, CIMA, ICA, ICM, ICSA, CIB, CIM and Diplomas (HND, GBCE, ABCE etc.) in appropriate business courses will be considered. Their entry point at Level 100 or Level 200 will depend on the Certificate presented and the subject combinations.
- Mature applicants must not be less than 25 years at the time of admission. They will be required to write and pass an entrance examination in English Language and Quantitative Techniques and also attend a selection interview. They will be placed at Level 100
- Lectures 0
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- Duration 50 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
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