SP Jain offers a cutting-edge curriculum designed by experts and benchmarked against the world's best universities. Rigorous coursework ensures that graduates are thoroughly prepared with the knowledge and skills they need to excel as leaders in a global workplace.
As a freshman at SP Jain, you will jump right into core courses that provide the foundation for more detailed and specialised learning in the program's second half.
A unique feature of the Bachelor of Business Administration program is the requirement to undertake two Regional Immersion Projects and a Capstone Project along with other subjects.
Students undertake a self-directed project related to their area of interest. The project helps students in creating and maintaining a professional portfolio. It encourages them to work in teams, communicate with a designated mentor, and develop a good foundational understanding of how to conduct a research project.
During the project, students will identify suitable frameworks, business models, and research approaches to address business challenges within the contemporary global/regional dynamic environment.
Learning culminates with a capstone project (an Action Learning Project [ALP] or an Entrepreneurship Project), enabling students to apply the knowledge and skills gained in class in a real-world setting.
During the ALP, students partner with a company to complete a project and deliver a detailed written report and a presentation. This gives students an opportunity to engage in self-directed learning, illustrating their skills in reading, discussion, problem identification, evaluation and research, and professional writing.
During the Entrepreneurship Project, students use the same skills in preparation to potentially launch their own businesses.
To fulfil the requirements of the Bachelor of Business Administration program, students must complete a total of 118 credits.
Please note: This curriculum is applicable from the October 2020 intake onwards
SP Jain uses a system of continuous student evaluation rather than a single end-of-semester final examination. The assessment types for the Bachelor of Business Administration program include Individual and Group Assignments, Exams (Mid Term Examinations and End Term Examination), Quizzes, Class Participation, Simulations and Group Projects. To learn more about our assessment methods, please refer to the Student Handbook: