What’s difference between BBA and BCom?
BBA as a career option has become more popular than the traditional B.Com degree. In case of three-year undergraduate BBA degree, the focus is on management-related subjects while BCom (Hons) gives more than 50% emphasis to finance and commerce-related subjects.
The syllabus of the BBA course combines the theory of Management Information Systems, finance, marketing, and human resources, while B.Com syllabus provides an intense look into the commerce subjects like Accounts, Administration, Finance, Economics, and Industrial Policy.
A BBA degree is good enough to secure an entry-level management jobs, however, for career growth will be limited unless you pursue an MBA degree which will expand your career scope. A BBA degree will help you understand the basics of the management and would go a long way if you are planning for CAT and other entrance exams of highly ranked B-Schools.
While BBA degree is for those who want to make a career in management and entrepreneurship, the BCom degree is for those who want to pursue career in finance, taxation or accountancy fields. Go for a B.Com degree if you are planning to pursue CA/ICWA/CS. After B.Com, students can opt for M.Com or MBA in Finance to expand their career scope further.
Both BBA and BCom are good options for students for an excellent career growth.