BBA in Hospital Management

Hospital Management is a new concept in management stream. Gone are the days when a senior doctor was generally responsible for the role of a hospital manager. For the smooth functioning of a hospital, qualified professionals are required. As a consequence, several courses and training programs have been developed to churn out professional hospital mangers. A Hospital administrator is overall in charge of administrative affairs of the hospital. He takes over the charge of various aspects of health administration and hospital administration with respect to patients and healthcare.


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Vision of the Department

We are determined to create academic excellence that prepares students to fulfill their academic, professional and social goals & can produce the best human resources who are equipped to address the increasing demand and professional necessities of the modern healthcare industry.

Mission of the Department

We are dedicated to form a unique Center of learning with multidisciplinary activities where young students are transformed into trained and knowledgeable professionals, ready to face the challenges of the modern world.


Program Educational Objective

The Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) are established such that the graduates from this program can achieve their goal in their professional fields. These program educational objectives are as given below:

  • Students will possess the knowledge and ability to apply current business and financial principles, including theory and techniques, to the health care environment. 
  •  Students will exhibit the knowledge regarding various attributes of leadership and demonstrate the capacity for leadership roles. 


Programme Outcomes
  • Students will demonstrate the ability to communicate clearly and concisely within context of professional heath care environments.
  • Students will understand the ethical implications of decision-making and recognize ethical dilemmas.
  • Students will have an understanding of health care issues, trends and perspectives related to diversity, e.g. aging, underserved populations, health disparities, etc.
  • Students will understand the regulatory environment and apply the skills. 



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