Bachelor of Business Administration

Bachelor of Business Administration

BBA Program is tailored for the students who have completed 12 years of education (HSSC or equivalent) and are looking for career education in business administration or management profession. BBA degree holders will be eligible for admission in MBA or MS/M.Phil programs. Our 4 Years BBA Program consists of 133 credit hours in line with the policy of HEC.

Program Mission Statement

The mission of CASE undergraduate Business Administration program which goes by the title of Bachelors of Business Administration (BBA) is to equip students with strong analytical skills so that they find themselves prepared for any business specific field with great deal of responsibility in a dynamic business world.

Learning Objectives

To prepare students for the challenging business environment so that they may efficiently manage and work for any kind of enterprise.

Intellectual Contributions Objectives

To apply such innovative teaching methods and practices that may brighten both academic and professional growth of faculty.

Service Objectives

To serve society, academia and business world through active participation and dynamic leadership.

We at CASE follow a very extensive and peculiar selection criteria based on our admission tests & requirements, the details of the procedure are as follow:

  • University Test will be conducted on 3 August 2019.

  • National Aptitude Test (NAT) / Educational Testing and Evaluation Agency (ETEA) and Engineering College Admission Test (ECAT) are also accepted.

  • Click Here to download University Sample Test.

  • Business management careers:
    1. Business Advisor: As an employed or self-employed business adviser, you'll provide information, support, coaching, advice and guidance to businesspeople. This could range from individuals looking to start their own business through to supporting established businesses to grow, scale up, change or diversify their business model. (Read More).

    2. Chartered Management Accountant: As a chartered management accountant, you'll prepare, develop and analyze financial information for an organization’s management team to use when making well-informed decisions, which will help to secure future stability, growth and profitability. (Read More).

    3. Project Manager: As a project manager, you'll need to track work to be completed, set deadlines and delegate tasks to your project team, identifying any potential risks. Ultimately, you're responsible for completing the project work in line with the plan and will often report progress to senior managers. (Read More).

    4. Business Analyst: As a business analyst you'll work within an organization, helping to manage, change and plan for the future in line with their goals. This could be for one specific project, or as a permanent feature of the organization. You'll need to understand the current organizational situation, identify future needs and create solutions to help meet those needs, usually (but not always) in relation to information and software systems. (Read More).

    5. Corporate Investment Banker: As a corporate investment banker, you'll provide a range of financial services to companies, institutions and governments. You'll manage corporate, strategic and financial opportunities, including mergers, acquisitions, bonds and shares, lending, privatizations and Initial Public Offerings (IPO). (Read More).

    6. Supply Chain Manager: Supply chain managers are responsible for the movement of goods, from manufacturers and suppliers to the customer. They oversee and manage every stage of the production flow, from purchasing the raw materials to the delivery of the final product. (Read More).

    7. Data Analyst: Data analysts are in high demand across all sectors, such as finance, consulting, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, government and education. The ability to pay attention to detail, communicate well and be highly organized are essential skills for data analysts. They not only need to understand the data, but be able to provide insight and analysis through clear visual, written and verbal communication. (Read More).

    8. Business Development Manager: As a business development manager you'll be concerned with improving and growing a business, by fostering and developing relationships with customers, suppliers and other partners. You may work to improve profitability through careful strategic planning and positioning in the appropriate markets, or to enhance the operation of the business, position or reputation in some way. (Read More).

    Eligibility Criteria

    At least 40% marks in SSC (Matric) or an equivalent examination and at least 40% marks in HSSC or an equivalent examination.

    Selection Criteria

    Admission on the basis of:

    1. Merit List calculations are based upon 10% for metric/O levels marks, 40% for intermediate (F.A, F.Sc. I.Com or A levels) marks and 50% of SS CASE IT Admission Test.
    2. Cut-off marks to be determined by the University.
    Induction Weightage:
    Course Weightage



    HSSC / A-Level


    Admission Test