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BA (Business Administration) | Virtual University of Pakistan

Virtual University of Pakistan is offering Business Administration of two year program. Those candidates recently passed his/her Intermediate exams of FSc, I.Com, Intermediate Computer Science (ICS) and Diploma in Associate Engineering (DAE) with at least 45% marks is eligible for admission in Arts program of Business Administration. BA Business Administration (BBA) is two year long program which consists on 4 semesters. The duration of each semester is about 18 week long. The main purpose of Virtual University of Pakistan to teach the Business Administration is to enhance the Management skills and introduction them about the Business. Virtual University of Pakistan is trained their candidates well to face the Ups and Downs in a business life. The area of interest in this is to teach the students about the Financial Accounting, Introduction to Public Administration, Strategic Management, and Organizational Behavior of any organization and the brief explanation of E-Commerce. The candidates who are not interested in Bachelor in Commerce two year program Virtual University of Pakistan also offer Bachelor of Business Administration four year program. A Candidate of BA Business Administration must be eligible for Business Administration degree if he/she will obtain minimum 2.00 CGPA out of 4.00 and successfully clear all 72 credit hours. Virtual University of Pakistan provides all its education through Virtual University of Pakistan Learning Management System. Virtual University of Pakistan provides All Assignments, Online Quizs, and Grade Discussion Boards through Learning Management System (LMS). Virtual University of Pakistan has its own unique examination system which consists on Mid Term Examination and Final Term Examination. The study program of BA Business Administration is given below…



 

Smester – 1

Course ID Subject Title Type New Assignments Old Assignments Old Papers Quizes Solved MCQs GDB
CS101 Introduction to Computing Compulsory View View View View View
ENG101 English Comprehension Compulsory View View View View View
MGT101 Financial Accounting Compulsory View View View View View
MTH302 Business Mathematics & Statistics Compulsory View View View View View
PAK301 Pakistan Studies Compulsory View View View View View
ETH201 Ethics (for Non-Muslims) Elective View View View View View
ISL201 Islamic Studies Elective View View View View View

Smester – 2

Course ID Subject Title Type New Assignments Old Assignments Old Papers Quizes Solved MCQs GDB
ENG201 Business and Technical English Writing Compulsory View View View View View
MGT211 Introduction To Business Compulsory View View View View View
MGT301 Principles of Marketing Compulsory View View View View View
MGT503 Principles of Management Compulsory View View View View View
STA301 Statistics and Probability Compulsory View View View View View

Smester – 3

Course ID Subject Title Type New Assignments Old Assignments Old Papers Quizes Solved MCQs GDB
ECO402 Microeconomics Compulsory View View View View View
MCM301 Communication skills Compulsory View View View View View
MGT111 Introduction to Public Administration Compulsory View View View View View
MGT401 Financial Accounting II Compulsory View View View View View
MGT603 Strategic Management Compulsory View View View View View

Smester – 4

Course ID Subject Title Type New Assignments Old Assignments Old Papers Quizes Solved MCQs GDB
ACC501 Business Finance Compulsory View View View View View
ECO403 Macroeconomics Compulsory View View View View View
IT430 E-Commerce Compulsory View View View View View
MGT501 Human Resource Management Compulsory View View View View View
MGT502 Organizational Behaviour Compulsory View View View View View