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Is doing BBA or BBA IB good?

Is bba or bba iba good? Somebody said that bba ib includes all subjects in general bba ,is that true ???

10th December 2014, 10:24 PM
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Default Re: Is doing BBA or BBA IB good?

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Is bba or bba iba good? Somebody said that bba ib includes all subjects in general bba ,is that true ???

BBA stands for Bachelor of Business Administration

BBA IB stands for Bachelor of Business Administration International Business

These two are Undergraduate courses of 3 years duration and as far as what course to be chosen is concerned it is better to choose BBA which provides you knowledge about the business field whereas in the case of BBA IB it only focuses much on International Business.

The BBA course are much in demand now and even before as it clearly gives you knowledge of the Business industry.So i would say that you opt for doing the BBA Course.

13th May 2023, 05:55 PM
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Default Re: Is doing BBA or BBA IB good?

Both BBA and BBA-IB (International Business) are good options for students interested in pursuing a career in management. However, the choice between BBA and BBA-IB ultimately depends on your interests, career goals, and the opportunities you want to explore.

BBA is a general management course that provides students with a broad understanding of various aspects of business management such as accounting, marketing, finance, human resources, operations, etc. The course focuses on developing essential management skills and providing a strong foundation for students to pursue higher studies or entry-level management positions.

BBA-IB, on the other hand, is a specialized course that focuses on providing students with knowledge and skills related to international business management. The course covers topics such as international marketing, global economics, cross-cultural management, etc. BBA-IB prepares students to work in a global business environment and helps them understand the challenges and opportunities that come with managing business operations across different countries and cultures.

Both BBA and BBA-IB can provide good career opportunities depending on the individual's interests, skills, and career goals. Some of the popular career options for BBA graduates include marketing, human resource management, finance, operations, and entrepreneurship. BBA-IB graduates can explore opportunities in multinational companies, international trade, import-export firms, diplomatic services, etc.

It's essential to research and compare different colleges and universities that offer BBA and BBA-IB programs, check their curriculum, faculty, infrastructure, placement record, etc., before making a decision. Consider factors such as location, reputation, accreditation, fees, scholarships, and other opportunities provided by the college or university. Ultimately, the decision between BBA and BBA-IB depends on your interests, career goals, and aspirations.
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