Newports Institute of Communications & Economics

BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Our Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree is a graduate-level program that provides students with a comprehensive understanding of business principles and practices. The program typically covers a wide range of subjects related to business, such as accounting, finance, marketing, management, economics, and entrepreneurship. The BBA program is typically designed for students who have already completed an Intermediate. The program is structured to provide students with a broad foundation in business principles and practices, while also allowing them to specialize in specific areas of interest. Upon completing the program, our graduates will be equipped with a range of skills and knowledge that will enable them to pursue a variety of leadership and management roles in the business world. Some potential career paths for BBA graduates may include positions in finance, marketing, human resources, consulting, and entrepreneurship.

The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program at Newports Institute is designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the business world, including its principles, practices, and dynamics. The program covers a wide range of subjects related to business, such as accounting, finance, marketing, management, economics, and entrepreneurship.

The program is typically structured to provide students with a broad foundation in business principles and practices, while also allowing them to specialize in specific areas of interest. Students will typically take courses in the core areas of business, such as accounting, finance, and marketing, as well as courses in general education and liberal arts.

In addition to coursework, our BBA program requires students to participate in a variety of experiential learning activities, such as internships, field studies, and case studies. These activities provide students with hands-on experience in real-world business situations, allowing them to apply their knowledge and skills to practical challenges.

Upon completing the program, graduates should be equipped with a range of skills and knowledge that will enable them to pursue a variety of career paths in the business world. Some potential career paths for BBA graduates may include positions in finance, marketing, human resources, management, and entrepreneurship.
Admission Eligibility Criteria

  1. 2 Year’s Bachelor Degree BA / B. Sc. / B. Com having 14 years of Education from HEC Recognized Local / Foreign University / Institute.
  2. Minimum 2nd Division
  • Marketing
  • Advertising
  • PR
  • Human Resources
  • Banking
  • Insurance
  • Entrepreneur
  • Chartered Accountant
Semester-1Semester-2
COURSE CODECOURSE TITLETHPRCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLETHPR
COM103Functional English – I30EW208Expository writing30
MTH110Business Mathematics30STA305Business Statistics30
MAM101Principles of Management30ACC101Principles of Accounting30
CSC101Introduction to Computer Applications21NS107natural sciences/ecology30
HUM105Islamic studies20ECO105Principles of Micro Economics30
SS106social sciences/Sociology20HUM104Pakistan Studies30
A&H115Art and Humanities/Current Affairs2     
 Semester Credit Hours171 Semester Credit Hours180
Semester-3Semester-4
COURSE CODECOURSE TITLETHPRCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLETHPR
ACC205Financial Accounting30QR211Quantitative reasoning II30
MKT101Principles of Marketing30FIN101Introduction to Business Finance 30
MKT215Business Research Methods30ACC215Cost and Management Accounting30
COM140Oral Communication & Presentation Skills30CCE108Civic and Community engagement20
ECO110Principles of Macroeconomics30IFN101Islamic Banking and Finance30
QR210Quantitative reasoning I3 MAN110enterprenuership20
    SS205Introduction to Psychology20
 Semester Credit Hours180 Semester Credit Hours180
Semester-5Semester-6
COURSE CODECOURSE TITLETHPRCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLETHPR
HRM205Introduction to Human Resource Management30FIN201Financial Management30
COM210Business Communication30ECO120Economic Issues in Pakistan Economy30
LAW104Business and Corporate Law30FL101Foreign language I20
ACC408Advance Financial Accounting30MAN105Organizational Behavior30
SS105Introduction to Sociology30CSC384Management Information System30
PHL205Logic and Critical Thinking30SS210Business Ethics30
 Semester Credit Hours180 Semester Credit Hours170
Semester-7Semester-8
COURSE CODECOURSE TITLETHPRCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLETHPR
SCM101Supply Chain Management30FL102Foreign Language II20
MAN315Production and Operations Management30 Elective 330
 Elective 130 Elective 430
 Elective 230 Final Year Project II / ProjectManagement II30
 Final Year Project I / Project Management I30 Internship30
 Semester Credit Hours150 Semester Credit Hours140
Total Credits hours of the Program1351
136

ELECTIVES


Course CodeMARKETING ELECTIVESCREDITCourse CodeHUMAN RESOURCE ELECTIVESCREDIT
THPRTHPR
MKT 302CONSUMER BEHAVIOR30HRM 311STRATEGIC HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT30
MKT 309BRAND MANAGEMENT30HRM 314TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT30
MKT 312ADVERTISING, SALES PROMOTION AND EVENT MANAGEMENT30HRM 319INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS30
MKT 317MEDIA PLANNING30HRM 321PUBLIC RELATIONS30
MKT 319DIRECT MARKETING & SALES PROMOTION30HRM 329PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL MANAGEMENT30
MKT 322SERVICES MARKETING30HRM 324COMPENSATION MANAGEMENT 30
MKT 327INTERNATIONAL/GLOBAL MARKETING30HRM 339EXECUTIVE DEVELOPMENT30
MKT 329EXPORT MARKETING30HRM 331BUSINESS PROCESS REENGINEERING & CHANGE MANAGEMENT30
MKT 332PERSONAL SELLING30    
MKT 337MERCHANDISING30    
MKT 339INDUSTRIAL MARKETING30    
Course CodeBANKING & FINANCECREDITCourse CodeMIS (MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM)CREDIT
THPRTHPR
FIN 307INTERNATIONAL FINANCE30CSC 235DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM30
FIN 310CORPORATE FINANCE30CSC 265DATA COMMUNICATION AND NETWORKING30
FIN 314MONEY AND CAPITAL MARKETS30CSC 305INFORMATION SYSTEM MANAGEMENT30
FIN 317PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT30CSC 324VISUAL BASIC30
FIN 320INVESTMENT BANKING & SECURITY ANALYSIS30CSC 350SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN30
FIN 324PROJECT APPRAISAL30CSC 351SOFTWARE ENGINEERING30
FIN 327TREASURY AND FUND MANAGEMENT30CSC 382PROGRAMMING IN JAVA30
FIN 330FOREIGN TRADE AND BANKING30CSC 281WEB PAGE DEVELOPMENT30
FIN 334RISK MANAGEMENT30    
FIN 337INVESTMENT ANALYSIS30    
Course CodeSUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENTCREDITCourse CodePROJECT MANAGEMENTCredit hours
THPRThPr
SCM315STRATEGIC SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT30PM601PROJECT PLANNING30
SCM320LOGISTICS30PM602PROJECT COST AND BUDGET MANAGEMENT30
SCM325WAREHOUSE OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT30PM603CONTRACT MANAGEMENT30
SCM330E-COMMERCE & THE SUPPLY CHAIN30PM604PROJECT RISK AND  ISSUE MANAGEMENT30
SCM335PUBLIC PROCUREMENT30PM605PROJECT LEADERSHIP30
SCM340INVENTORY MANAGEMENT30PM606PROJECT QUALITY AND SIX SIGMA30
SCM345MATERIALS MANAGEMENT30  30
SCM350CAPACITY MANAGEMENT30    
SCM355ENTERPRISE RESOURCES PLANNING (ERP)30    
        
        

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