Curriculum and Course Structure for Bachelor of Business Administration
What you'll learn
By taking a Bachelor of Business Administration programme, you can expect to learn a wide range of skills and knowledge related to the field of business.
This includes topics such as
- Accounting, economics, finance, marketing, management, and operations management.
- You will also develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills, as well as effective communication and leadership abilities.
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Upon completion, you'll receive a Bachelor's Degree from Ecole Superieure de Gestion Commerce International (ESGCI) PGSM, France, and multiple short course certificates.
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i. A pass in SPM (O-Level Equivalent) with at least Grade C (GP 2.0) in any FIVE subjects OR
ii. A pass in STPM (A-Level Equivalent) with at least Grade C (GP 2.0) in any TWO subjects; OR
iii. A pass in STAM with at least Grade Jayyid; OR
iv. Matriculation or Foundation with at least CGPA of 2.00; OR
v. A Diploma (Level 4, MQF) with at least CGPA of 2.00; OR
vi. An Advanced Diploma (Level 5, MQF) with at least CGPA of 2.00; OR
vii. A Diploma Vokasional Malaysia (DVM); OR
ix. Other equivalent qualifications recognised by the Malaysian Government.
CS 101-Introduction to Computer and Application: This subject introduces students to the fundamental concepts of computer systems and applications, including hardware, software, operating systems, and the internet.
C 102-Introduction to Economics: This subject provides an introduction to the basic principles of economics, including supply and demand, market equilibrium, and consumer behavior.
C 103-Business Mathematics: This subject covers the mathematical concepts and techniques used in business, including algebra, calculus, and probability.
C 104-Statistics: This subject covers the principles of statistical analysis and their applications in business decision-making.
C 105-Presentation and Writing Methods: This subject focuses on developing effective communication skills in writing and presenting, with an emphasis on business communication.
C 204-Principles of Management: This subject provides an overview of the principles of management, including planning, organizing, leading, and controlling.
C 205-Principles of Accounting: This subject covers the principles of financial accounting, including the preparation and interpretation of financial statements.
C 209-Principles of Marketing: This subject covers the principles of marketing, including market research, product development, pricing, promotion, and distribution.
C 211-Business Law: This subject covers the legal framework within which businesses operate, including contract law, intellectual property, and employment law.
C 212-Business Ethics: This subject covers the ethical issues and challenges faced by businesses, including corporate social responsibility and sustainability.
C 303-Organizational Behaviour: This subject focuses on understanding and analyzing the behavior of individuals and groups within organizations, including motivation, communication, and leadership.
C 304-Human Resource Management: This subject covers the principles of human resource management, including recruitment, selection, training, and performance appraisal.
C 305-Business Financial Management: This subject covers the principles of financial management, including financial analysis, budgeting, and investment decision-making.
C 307-Marketing Strategies: This subject covers the development and implementation of marketing strategies, including market segmentation, targeting, and positioning.
MG 423-Small Business Admin: This subject provides an introduction to the principles of small business administration, including business planning, financing, and operations management.
MK 400-Consumer Behaviour: This subject covers the principles of consumer behavior, including the factors that influence consumer decision-making.
MG 417-Operations Management: This subject covers the principles of operations management, including production planning, scheduling, and quality management.
MG 426-Strategic Management: This subject covers the principles of strategic management, including the analysis of industry competition, corporate strategy formulation, and implementation.
MK 435-E-Commerce: This subject covers the principles of e-commerce, including online business models, payment systems, and online marketing.
MG 420-Intercultural Management: This subject covers the principles of intercultural management, including cross-cultural communication, negotiation, and leadership.
MG 422-Managing Cultural Diversity Within Company: This subject focuses on managing cultural diversity within an organization, including creating a culture of inclusion and managing conflicts.
MG 424-Negotiation Techniques: This subject covers the principles and techniques of negotiation, including negotiation strategies and tactics.
MG 425-Business Intelligence: This subject covers the principles of business intelligence, including data mining, data analysis, and decision-making support systems.
MG 428-Team Dynamics: This subject focuses on the principles of team dynamics, including team formation, team building, and conflict resolution.
MG 429-Total Quality Management: This subject focuses on the principles and practices of Total Quality Management (TQM), which is an approach that emphasizes continuous improvement in all aspects of an organization's operations. Students will learn how to identify and eliminate inefficiencies, reduce waste, and improve quality through the use of various tools and techniques.
MG 430-Creative Process for Business Majors: This subject is designed to help business students develop their creativity and innovative thinking skills. Students will learn various techniques for generating and evaluating ideas, as well as strategies for developing and implementing creative solutions to business problems.
MG 443-How to Set Up Business in Asia: This subject provides an overview of the legal, cultural, and economic factors that businesses need to consider when expanding into Asia. Students will learn how to conduct market research, navigate local regulations and customs, and develop effective business strategies for the Asian market.
MPU 3123-TITASMY / MPU 3143-Bahasa Melayu Komunikasi 2INTL: This subject covers various aspects of Malaysian society and culture, including history, politics, economics, and religion. Students will also learn effective communication skills in Bahasa Melayu, which is the official language of Malaysia.
MPU 3113-Hubungan EtnikMY / MPU 3173-Pengajian Malaysia 3INTL: This subject focuses on interethnic relations in Malaysia, including the history, culture, and social dynamics of the country's various ethnic groups. Students will also learn about the challenges and opportunities of multiculturalism in a globalized world.
MPU 3243-Critical ThinkingMY INTL (MPU 3213- Bahasa Kebangsaan A MY2): This subject is designed to help students develop their critical thinking skills, including problem-solving, decision-making, and analytical reasoning. Students will also learn effective communication skills in Bahasa Kebangsaan A MY2, which is the national language of Malaysia.
MPU 3333-Malaysian Economy: This subject provides an overview of the Malaysian economy, including its history, structure, and performance. Students will learn about the key sectors of the economy, the role of government in economic development, and the challenges and opportunities facing Malaysia in a globalized world.
MPU 3432-Community Service: This subject is designed to encourage students to become active members of their communities through volunteering and service projects. Students will learn about the principles and practices of community service, as well as the benefits and challenges of engaging in community work.
NOTE: MY-For Malaysian / MY2-For Malaysia with no credit in SPM BM / INTL-For Non-Malaysian
If you're interested in pursuing a Bachelor of Business Administration degree, it can open up many career opportunities in various fields.
Some of the job positions you can apply for after completing the program are
- Sales Executive,
- Marketing Executive,
- Product Development Executive,
- Systems Analyst,
- Business Analyst,
- HR Executive,
- Credit Control Officer,
- Finance Executive,
- Accounts Executive,
- General Administrator, and many more.
These roles will require you to utilize the skills and knowledge gained during the program to effectively manage tasks, analyze business operations, and make sound decisions to meet organizational goals.
Upon completion of this program, you will have the knowledge and skills to
- Understand the theoretical and practical perspectives of Business Management, including strategic staff planning and job analysis.
- You will also learn techniques for building long-term relationships, accessing profitability, and creating business value.
- Additionally, you will gain an overview of business models, including advertising and social media marketing.
- These skills will prepare you to excel in the competitive and dynamic world of business.
Discover How You Can Afford The BBA Programme
If you're a Malaysian applicant, we've made it easier than ever to apply for the BBA Programme and complete your degree!
With the PTPTN loan option, you can now pay as little as RM600* per month and receive the necessary funding to cover the rest.
The amount you're eligible to receive depends on your household income and BR1M status, which determines your PTPTN tier. Here's a breakdown:
- PTPTN Tier 1: For BR1M holders. We'll guide you through the PTPTN loan process, and you just pay RM 600/month x 27 months.
- PTPTN Tier 2: For non-BR1M holders with a monthly household income of less than RM8,000. We'll guide you through the PTPTN loan process, and you just pay RM 900/month x 27 months.
- PTPTN Tier 3: For non-BR1M holders with a monthly household income of more than RM8,000. We'll guide you through the PTPTN loan process, and you just pay RM 1,200/month x 27 months.
The total course fees for the BBA Programme at Mantissa College is RM 43,050 + EUR 800 (Approx RM 4,000).
Don't let financial constraints hold you back from achieving your academic goals. Explore the BBA Programme at Mantissa College and apply today with PTPTN loan.
Looking to pursue your academic dreams in Malaysia? Look no further than Mantissa College's BBA Programme, now even more accessible for Non-Malaysian applicants.
- Simply pay RM 3,500 (Approx USD 800) when you apply and we'll take care of your student visa application.
- Upon arrival in Malaysia, pay RM 11,500 (Approx USD 2,600) before starting your BBA Programme.
- For the next 6 semesters, just pay RM 6,500 (Approx USD 1,500)/Semester.
The total course fees for the BBA Programme at Mantissa College is RM 46,050 + EUR 800 (Approx USD 11,400 in total).
Don't let financial constraints hold you back from achieving your academic goals.
Take the leap and explore the BBA Programme at Mantissa College today.