Business Administration (Hons)


Bachelor of Business Administration (Hons) | SLIIT


The Programme

Undertaking a BBA will give you a thorough preparation for business life. The aim is competence in the management of money, people, products and markets. We start with a broad coverage of the academic disciplines that underpin business. You have the opportunity to apply these academic principles within the context of a mixture of core and optional subjects that will focus on subjects such as diversity and corporate governance. This wide range of skills is necessary in today’s competitive workplace, so as a graduate it will be a great advantage.
Approved by the University Grants Commission under the Universities Act
Member of the Association of Commonwealth Universities
Member International Association of Universities (IAU)

Entry Requirements

Eligibility for the program are as follows:

GCE Advanced Level (Local) – 3 Passes in any Stream
G.C.E. Advance Level (Edexcel / Cambridge) – 3 D passes in any stream
A pass in the Aptitude Test conducted by SLIIT
Students may also apply with pending Advanced Level Result
(The standard entry route for the program will be from the SLIIT Higher National Diploma (HND) in Business Administration and successful completion bridging module.)


Bachelor of Business Administration (Hons) | SLIIT






January / September


3 Years


Nawam Mawatha, Colombo 02

The degree with its strong industry focus also allows students to acquire and hone knowledge and skills needed for traditional jobs as well as non-traditional career pathways as professional mediators or negotiators through modules such as mooting, mediation and negotiation.

Career Prospects

An LLB (Hons) Law degree can open a variety of career pathways both locally and globally. The traditional pathway for LLB graduates include working as Attorney-at-law of the private bar, officers of the Attorney-General’s department starting out as state counsels, joining the judiciary and working as judges, working in government departments and ministries including the Legal Draftsman’s department, working in law firms, working as legal officers of private companies, politicians or as academics. Non-traditional career pathways include working in NGO’s International Organizations such as the UN, or Legal Process Outsourcing Companies (LPOs) working as researches, professional arbitrators, mediators and negotiators.

Code Module
4502LAWSL Contract Law
4504LAWSL Constitutional Law
4503LAWSL Foundations and Independent Learning
4501LAWSL Criminal
4505LAWSL Law in Society
Code Module
5502LAWSL Justice, Human Rights and the State
5501LAWSL Equity and Trusts
5504LAWSL Law of the Single Market of the EU
5503LAWSL Land Law
Option Credits
5510LAWSL International Human Rights
5505LAWSL International Trade Law
5507LAWSL Clinical Legal Education I
5511LAWSL Maritime Law
5506LAWSL Law of the Environment
Code Module
6517LAWSL Dissertation
6519LAWSL Clinical Legal Education II
6506LAWSL Mediation Skills and Practice
6513LAWSL Employment Law
6505LAWSL Commercial
6503LAWSL Company and Business Organisations Law
6501LAWSL Negotiation Skills & Practice
6508LAWSL Mooting
6509LAWSL International Law, Peace and Security
6514LAWSL Evidence
6507LAWSL Civil Dispute Resolution
6502LAWSL Jurisprudence
6512LAWSL Intellectual Property Law
6518LAWSL Clinical Legal Education I
6511LAWSL Clinical Legal Education II