Business Administration

National Diploma Business Administration & Management, ND (BAM)
  • Mode of study : Full-time/Part-time
  • Timetable : Day/Evening-Weekend
  • Duration : 4 Semesters (Full Time), 6 Semesters (Part Time)

2020/2021 Admission is in progress…

Entry requirements

Wrs (Full Time), 6 Semesters (Part Time) Entry Requirements: WASC, GCE(O/L), SSCE, NECO, NABTEB or equivalent, with credits in English Language (not Literature in English) and Mathematics and any three subjects from the following: Economics/Commerce, Business Methods, Principles of Accounts, Literature in English, Geography, Office Practice, Government, Biology/ Agricultural Science, Chemistry, Physics, History/Government, Typewriting, Shorthand. JAMB Examination Subjects: English, Mathematics, Financial Accounting and Economics / Commerce.

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 concerned effectively.

The graduates should be able to:

  1. Conduct a simple structured survey on any aspect of business and make appropriate recommendations to the authority;
  2. Identify management problems at appropriate levels, analyse them and design management strategies to overcome them;
  3. Interpret and assist in the execution of overall cooperative development policies;
  4. Carry out inspection and auditing of books and records;
  5. Carry out evaluation of investment assets for investment purposes and assist in the analysis of investment proposals;
  6. Interpret basic statistical data; Assist in the preparation of short and long term budget plans;
  7. Write business reports and carry out various types of business communication effectively;
  8. Apply principles of accounts to different types of accounting transactions;
  9. Explain various legal principles and procedures governing the regulations of companies as contained in Company & Allied Matter Act 1990;
  10. Apply mathematics and other quantitative techniques in management decision process;
  11. Conduct product planning surveys for manufacturing organizations; Organize sales and distribution of materials; Carry out market research and similar functions;
  12. Carry out effective purchasing tasks and sales advertising;
  13. Explain basic concepts and principles in economics and their applications in mixed economy;
  14. Use statistical inferences as aids to business planning and control;
  15. Understand the basic principles of law; apply same to business relationship and transactions;
  16. Explain various legal principles and procedures governing the business;
  17. Undertake proper storage and preservation of materials and goods;
  18. Keep simple records of financial and other transaction in any organization; and
  19. Buy efficiently and wisely, obtaining the best possible value for every Money spent;
  20. Undertake proper storage and preservation of materials and goods;
  21. Speak and write clear, correct and effective functional English;
  22. Ensure continuity of supply both to the markets or production units.