What is the difference between a BBA and a BHM degree?
What is the BBA and BHM?
The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree is a four-year undergraduate program that offers knowledge on the management and supervision of various business operations within organizations. Business operations can vary from financial to administrative fields, as well as others. Acsenda’s BBA degree offers five concentrations: International Business, Marketing, Accounting, Human Resources and General Management.
Courses in the BBA program are designed to address business problems at a domestic and international level, integrating real-world issues and case studies into a professional work environment. The courses offer relevant skills for many industries, such as critical thinking, time management, decision making, problem-solving, research skills and public speaking.
The Bachelor of Hospitality Management (BHM) degree is a four-year undergraduate program that offers insight into the organization and operations of any type of hospitality industry businesses such as hotels, restaurants, entertainment, tourism, sports, etc.
Courses in the BHM degree are designed to help students gain practical and technical skills in the areas of hospitality, and develop solid industry connections. Also, the courses offer pertinent management skills, such as leadership, teamwork, communication, critical thinking and problem-solving.
What are the differences between BBA and BHM?
For more information regarding the careers either for the BBA or BHM degree respectively please go to the articles ‘What kinds of jobs can you get with a business management degree?’ or ‘What are some careers that require a BHM degree?’ on the campus news section.