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B.Com or BBA: The best graduating option?

B.Com or BBA: The best graduating option?

15-2-22B.Com or BBA: The best graduating option?

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B.Com or BBA: The best graduating option?

Opting for commerce or business-related graduation courses is a popular academic choice amongst Indian students. The field of commerce is dynamic and generated endless career opportunities, hence there is unending scope for people who want to make a successful career in commerce and business. However, most of the students wanting to make a career in this sector face the common dilemma of choosing between B.Com and BBA.

While B.Com is one of the conventional choices for commerce inclined students, Bachelors in Business Administration (BBA) is increasingly becoming a choice among students interested in studying business and commerce. Bachelors in Commerce being the conventional course is known to provide more career opportunities in comparison to BBA, in regards to both the public and private sector. BBA on the other hand is a comprehensive course that provides students in-depth knowledge on Management Information systems in addition to Finance, Marketing, Human resources. Keeping these things in mind it often becomes difficult to make t5he choice between B.Com and BBA.

Below we will compare both the two courses so that you can the best graduating option.

Course Features: B.Com and BBA
Duration - Both B.Com and BBA are conducted for a tenure of three years
Objective (B.Com) - Ideal for students who aim to make a successful career in the field of accountancy, finance, and taxation.

Objective (BBA) - Ideal for students who aim to make a successful career in business management and entrepreneurship.

Curriculum difference: B.Com and BBA
While the subjects of both B.Com and BBA teach about money, business, economy, and commerce, there is a difference in the niche subjects between the two.

B.Com Subjects

  • Financial Accounting
  • Indian Financial System
  • Marketing and Services Management
  • Corporate Administration or Methods and Techniques of Business Admiration
  • Corporate Accounting
  • Financial Management
  • Business Ethics
  • Cost Accounting
  • E-Business and Accounting
  • Stock and Commodity Markets
  • Business Taxation

BBA Subjects

  • Soft Skills for Business
  • Corporate Accounting
  • Human Resource Management
  • Services Management
  • Corporate Environment
  • Quantitative Methods for Business - II
  • Organizational Behaviour
  • Production and Operations Management
  • Entrepreneurial Management
  • Computer Applications in Business
  • Banking Regulations & Operation

Eligibility criteria B.Com
To pursue B.Com, you will have to pass 10+2 in either Science or Commerce compulsorily stream from affiliated boards of India like CBSC or ISC. Students passing 10+2 from distance courses are also eligible to apply for B.Com.

Eligibility criteria BBA
The eligibility criteria for applying to BBA is similar to that of B.Com, one will have to pass class 12 or equivalent from a recognized secondary board of India in the Science and Commerce stream. Distance education passouts are also eligible to apply for regular B.Com, however, the decision depends on the college.

Career Prospects after B.Com

  • Cost Accountant
  • Company Secretary
  • Cost and Management Accountants (CMA)
  • Financial Manager

Career Prospects after BBA

  • Human Resource Manager
  • Operations Team Leader
  • Project Manager.
  • Solutions Applications Product (SAP) Consultant-
  • Business Development Executive

To sum up, both B.Com and BBA offer equally lucrative career opportunities and the scope of higher education for students. We have provided a detailed comparison between the two courses; analyse and understand which course will supper you in achieving your future goals and enrol for that!