BBA - Bachelors of Business Administration at Garden City University as a course has a wide spectrum that includes many specialized fields. Human Resource management, Marketing management, Finance and International Business are few of the specialized fields included. Bangalore, known for its international, cosmopolitan and corporate culture creates a perfect business world for our students. Being one among the best colleges in Business Administration we provide our students with an excellent networking opportunity and rich experience of entrepreneurial, business and economic world to engage with and enhance their skills. (Click to know the fee structure)
Students will focus on core areas of Commerce and Management, like accounting, economics, general management, financial management and quantitative analysis – theoretical knowledge that you will use to analyse and solve real-life management problems. We will also help you develop communication, teamwork, problem-solving, numeracy, IT, and leadership skills, alongside an important sense of self-awareness. We conduct skill development programme by leading authors and motivational speakers. Budget Express (Pre & Post Budget Symposium), Certifications in Advanced Excel, SAP, etc. Corporate mentoring is also introduced at an early stage in the programme to guide our students who are mentored under the supervision of industry experts at our renowned Finishing Schools
Many of our graduates go on to work at large, global, commercial firms spread across a range of sectors.
In your first year, you will study modules that give you a general understanding of the concepts in management and a strong foundation to imbibe your advanced modules. Right from the first semester, you have an option to choose your electives, depending on your areas of interest. In the final three semesters, you are introduced to minor and major projects along with an opportunity for an internship
How will I learn?
Teaching is delivered through face-to-face lectures, workshops and seminars. Lectures will be in larger groups in your first year, and seminars will consist of smaller group with discussion being initiated by the students.
You will have around x hours of lecture contact time with GCU faculty and will be expected to complete an additional x hours of private study per semester. This may include preparing for seminars and lectures by reading set texts, participating in group work, writing essays and reports, and revising for tests and examinations.
How will I be assessed?
You will be assessed through a combination of examinations and assessments, which may include research assignments, mini projects, case study analysis, class tests, presentations and group works and dissertations. Read more.....