The National Diploma programme in Business Administration and Management is aimed at producing manpower with sound theoretical and practical knowledge to carry out a number of activities in a business concern effectively.


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The National Diploma programme in Business Administration and Management is aimed at producing manpower with sound theoretical and practical knowledge to carry out a number of activities in a business concern effectively. The graduates should be able to:


ND in Business Administration & Management

  • Overview
  • Structure
  • Timetables
  • Entry Requirements
  • Fees
  • How to Apply
  • Progression

This part-time administration course is designed to develop both practical administration and office skills, which are important in todays modern business environment.


Overview

  • Conduct a simple structured survey on any aspect of business and make appropriate recommendations to the authority.
  • Identify management problems at appropriate levels, analyze them and design management strategies to overcome them.
  • Interpret and assist in the execution of overall cooperative development policies.
  • Carryout inspection and auditing of books and records.
  • Carryout evaluation of investment assets for investment purposes and assists in the analysis of investment proposals.
  • Interpret basic statistical data.
  • Assist in the preparation of short and long term budget plans.
  • Write business reports and carryout various types of business communication effectively.
  • Apply principles of accounts to different types of accounting transactions.

Structure


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Timetable


ND SEMESTER 1

Course Code Course Title T P CU Service Dept.
BAM 111 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS 1      3 BAM
BAM 113 PRINCIPLES OF LAW     2 GS
BAM 329 CORPORATE GOVERNANCE     2 BAM
BAM 328 SEMINAR IN MANAGEMENT I     2 BAM
BAM 114 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS 1     3 B/F
BAM 116 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTS 1     3 AC
BAM327 RESEARCH METHODS     2 BAM
MKT 111 PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING     2 MKT
PAD 111 ELEMENTS OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION     3 PAD
PUS 111 PRINCIPLES OF PURCHASING     2 BAM
GNS 121 CITIZENSHIP EDUCATION I     2 GS
GNS 101 USE OF ENGLISH I     2 GS
GNS 103 INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY     2 GS
BAM 117 BUSINESS AND GOVERNMENT RELATIONS     2 BAM
  TOTAL     27  

ND SEMESTER 2

Course Code Course Title T P CU Service Dept.
BAM 121 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS II     3 BAM
BAM 122 BUSINESS MATHEMATICS II     2 M/STA
BAM 124 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS II     3 B/F
BAM 126 INTRODUCTION TO ENTREPRENEURSHIP     2 BAM
BAM 125 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 1     3 CS
ACC 121 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTS II     3 AC
BAM 123 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY     2 GS
GNS 102 COMMUNICATION IN ENGLISH II     2 GS
GNS 131 CITIZENSHIP EDUCATION II     2 GS
GNS 128 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY     2 GS
GNS 104 INTRODUCTION TO LOGIC     2 GS
BAM 127 INTRODUCTION TO LABOUR RELATIONS     2 BAM
CST 121 PRINCIPLES OF ECON. OF COOPERATION     2 CEM
  TOTAL     30  

ND SEMESTER 3

Course Code Course Title T P CU Service Dept.
BAM 211 PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT 1     3 BAM
BAM 212 BUSINESS STATISTICS 1     3 M/STA
BAM 213 OFFICE MANAGEMENT     3 OTM
BAM 214 BUSINESS LAW     3 GS
BAM 216 PRACTICES OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP     3 BAM
BAM 215 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 2     3 CS
BAM 217 RESEARCH METHOD     2 BAM
BAM 218 COST ACCOUNTING 1     2 AC
BAM 201 USE OF ENGLISH 1     2 GS
BAM 219 BUSINESS ETHICS & SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY     2 BAM
  TOTAL     27  

ND SEMESTER 4

Course Code Course Title T P CU Service Dept.
BAM 221 PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT 2     3 BAM
BAM 222 BUSINESS STATISTICS 2     3 M/STA
BAM 223 ELEMENTS OF PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT     3 BAM
BAM 224 ELEMENTS OF HUMAN CAPITAL MANAGEMENT     3 BAM
BAM 225 PROJECT     4 BAM
ACC 212 COST ACCOUNTING 2     3 AC
GNS 202 COMMUNICATION IN ENGLISH 2     2 GS
GNS 214/220 /230 PHYSICS / CHEMISTRY/BIOLOGY     2 ST
BAM 226 INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT MGT     2 BAM
BAM 227 SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT     2 BAM
  TOTAL     27  

Entry Requirement


To qualify for a place in the department of Business Administration and Management, for the National Diploma Program(ND) and applicant is expected to sit for and pass any of WASC, NABTEB and GCE ‘O’ Level or the Senior Secondary Certificate (SSC) or their equivalent with five credits including English Language and Mathematics(Literature in English and Oral English are not acceptable in place of English Language) and two other subjects from economics, Business Methods, Principles of Accounts, Literature in English, Commerce, History, Statistics, Geography, Government, Agric Science/Biology. A credit pass in N.B.T.E. recognized pre National Diploma Examination.

Fees


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Academic Progression:


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