Do you think BSBA is a good course?

May 28, 2009 11:26pm CST
Just recently, I have shift my course. I am now a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration student major in Financial Management. Do you think it is a good course?
2 responses
@aabuda (1725)
• Philippines
31 May 09
You know what, I hoped that you will not get me wrong and you will listen to my advice. I have also been a victim of wrong choice of course. I first took up Chemical Engineering, but to no avail, I shifted to Statistics after 3 deadful years in the course! I really have second thoughts of choicing the course, but since I don't want to waste my deadful and tearful mathematics subjects, I forced myself to just took up Statistics instead. I thought that, I can land a job after I finished the course considering that I was with the Supreme Student Government. But again, to my dismay, I can't find a job suited for my course. I have applied in the various government agencies, but since I don't have a "backer", I really can't get in. I have just found myself in an IT/Oursourcing company, wherein the rate is not even enough to raise a family. Although, BSBA is a business course, you could easily find a job if you are an Accountancy graduate, regardless if you are a CPA. My account (department) in our company only accepts accountancy graduate, I was only accepted since my course is in line with numbers. But anyways, since you're there already, just try to develop yourself to the fullest. Just boost your personality development so that after you graduate, you can face the most challenging and very tough of looking a job. But you can do it, just have confidence and again try to develop yourself.
@larish (2193)
• Philippines
30 May 09
Honestly? In the Philippines, it is best that you finish your school. Just finish any degree, it doesn't matter what course...what really matter is the determination that you want to land a decent job after you graduated from college.