Diploma In Business Administration

The Diploma of Business Administration (DBA) programme is designed to enable the students to: Acquire knowledge in the nature and structure of the modern business organisation, the nature of enterprise, the role of profit and the critical managerial functions that contribute to the total operation of a business.
The programme aims to provide the students with broad-based theoretical and practical knowledge of Business Management. Candidate will be prepared for management positions in the private and development sectors.

  • This Diploma provides broad exposure to the processes and functions of business and/or public sector management within the context of an integrated, holistic organisational approach and a transforming socio-economic
  • The Banking, Insurance and Finance specialization aims at equipping graduates with managerial and financial management skills needed in the competitive running of various institutions in the financial and insurance sectors of an economy. The following are the objectives of the programme:
  • To prepare future Financial Institutions and Insurance Managers capable of developing organizational market share and quality service delivery
  • To equip the students with the skills needed to design and implement financial strategies.
  • To produce graduates capable of gathering, accumulating, analyzing, and evaluating information about customers and customer orientation strategies.
  • To produce graduates who have the knowledge and ability to identify, diagnose and manage risks.

Diploma in Business Administration (DBA)

Presented Semester

Credit Value

LH

PH

CH

 

Key:  Credit Hour/ Credit Value (CU), Lecture Hour (LH), Practical Hour (PH) and Contact Hour (CH)

Unit Code

Name/Description

 

 

 

 

 

Year 1 – Semester 1

 

 

 

 

 

MGT 1101 D

Principles of Business Management 

Semester 1

3

45

10

55

FIN 1102 D

Introduction to Micro Economics

Semester 1

3

30

0

30

FND 1101 D

Business Communication Skills

Semester 1

3

30

0

30

ICT 1108  B

Computer Literacy

Semester 1

3

30

0

30

FIN 1103 D

Principles of Accounting

Semester 1

3

30

0

30

Total  credits for the semester 1 load

Semester 1

15

 

 

 

 

Year 1 – Semester 2

 

 

 

 

 

FIN 1202 D

Introduction to Macro Economics

Semester 2

3

45

10

55

MGT 1201 D

 

Entrepreneurship Skills Development

Semester 2

3

45

10

55

ADM 1202 D

Principles of Business Law

Semester 2

3

45

10

55

FIN1205D

Financial Management

Semester 2

3

45

10

55

FIN1206D

Business Statistics

Semester 2

3

45

10

55

Total  credits for the semester 2 load

Semester 2

15

 

 

 

 

Year  2  -  Semester 1    

MGT 2103 D

Project Planning and Management

Semester 1

3

45

10

55

MGT 2101 D

Research Methods                                  

Semester 1

3

45

0

30

PRC 2203 D

 

 

Marketing Management

Semester 1

3

45

0

30

FIN 2101 D

Intermediate Accounting

Semester 1

3

45

0

30

FIN 2102 D

 

Elements of Cost and Management Accounting

Semester 1

3

45

0

30

Total  credits for the semester 1 load

 

15

 

 

 

 

Year  2 - Semester 2   

FIN 2201 D

Taxation Management

Semester 2

3

45

10

55

MGT2202D

 

Production and Operations Management

Semester 2

3

45

10

55

FIN 2206 D

Principles of Auditing

Semester 2

3

45

10

55

MGT 2201 D

Human Resource Management

Semester 2

4

45

10

55

FIN 2205 D

Research Proposal

Semester 2

4

0

30

0

Total  credits for the semester 2 load

Semester 2

17

 

 

 

 

Total Graduation Load (Credits)

 

64

 

 

 

Period of Registration

Continue Studies

Conditional Re-admission

No re-admission

After 1 year

32 Credits

20 - 15 credits

Less than 15 credits

After 2 years

64 credits

32– 16 credits

Less than 16   Credits

Total Graduation Credits

(64 Credits)