Be the boss’ boss! Or, at least, be a boss. And while you may not be the boss’ boss on day one, organizational gurus with stellar interpersonal skills and a head for business will flourish in business administration/management.
Creating and perpetuating a successful business has always been a challenge. And in the only-the-strongsurvive world of modern business—rampant with new, ever-advancing technology—managers need unshakable knowledge, top-notch training, and a serious set of skills.
Management, according to Penn State University, involves “the coordination of human, material, and financial resources to accomplish organizational goals.” A bachelors degree in business administration/management will provide that goal—focused training. You’ll get a thorough grounding in the theories and principles of accounting, finance, marketing, economics, statistics, human resources functions, and decision-making. You’ll come away a whiz on how to budget, organize, plan, hire, direct, control, and otherwise manage various organizations.
As a major in business administration/management, expect to work in small groups—no room for wallflowers here. Count on problem-solving, theorizing, and number-crunching, too. You’ll have your choice of areas in which to concentrate; many colleges and universities require you to focus on one, while others allow you to sample several. Options might include marketing, finance, operations management, human resources management, and general management.
This degree will also get you thinking about issues such as diversity, ethics, politics, and other dynamics that play a role in every work environment. As a manager-to-be, you’ll also be required to develop a balance between sensitivity and fairness. You’ll need to be innovative, creative, and a good problem-solver. These qualities (and your winning personality) will put you on a path to successful management in any number of fields.
At present, the BBA program at MSU is one of the most renowned in Baroda. It admits students to both the First, as well as Second-Year BBA for the regular vacant seats. All admissions are merit-based and involve the Admission Process as described below:
Total Intake : 180 seats
General Category : 100 seats
Payment Category : 40 seats
Special Payment Category : 40 seats
Foreign Student Category : 18 seats
The merit list shall be prepared out of 100 marks consisting of the Written Test, Presentation and Personal Interview, calculated as follows:
Navrachana University is a UGC approved University meeting norms and requirements of both UGC and AICTE. Navrachana University comprises four schools offering a variety of under-graduate and post-graduate programs.
Navrachana University has 150 seats for the BBA program. For the 5-year integrated BBA – LLB, the number of seats is 30
The Admission Process for BBA and BBA-LLB is conducted by the University through a Presentation of 5-8 minutes. The topic for the presentation is based on current affairs. After the presentation, the applicant has to appear for a personal interview.
Approved by the Government of Gujarat, and a constituent college of Parul University, Parul Institute of Management offers a 3-year program for BBA. It is one of the better known universities in Baroda and has been performing well in the education space.
360 seats for the BBA program
The Admission Process for BBA is in accordance with the regulations of Parul University
BBA program offers specialization in Human Resource Management, Marketing Management, Financial Management, Computers, etc. This program also offers practical exposure in terms of industrial visits and training as a part of the curriculum. In addition, the focus is on enhancing presentation and other managerial skills.
60 seats for the BBA program in IT and 60 seats in BBA General program
The Admission Process for BBA is in accordance with the regulations of Sardar Patel University and Charutar Vidya Mandal.