BBA - Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Course Details

Why Study a BBA?

The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) is an in-demand degree highly valued by employers in a range of industries. It gives students a solid background in business and management by equipping students with a broad-based business understanding and skill set that is applicable to the workplace and beneficial to the graduate. The BBA programme prepares students for current and future leadership roles by particularly helping them develop analytical, decision making, interpersonal and verbal and written communication skills. The BBA provides a solid foundation from which students can pursue postgraduate studies in a range of business and management disciplines, including AIB’s 12 Month MBA.

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We encourage you to go through the BBA brochure (click to download brochure). Contact us to find out more.


Scholarships are also awarded. Find out if you qualify. Read More.


This programme has been officially recognised by the Accreditation Council of Trinidad and Tobago (ACTT) and it is also GATE approved.


The BBA programme consists of 24 subjects that are divided into three stages offered over 2 years – the Diploma in Management, the Associate Degree in Management and the BBA stage. This gives students the following exit points:

bba phase structure


The BBA in Logistics & Supply Chain Management (LSCM) is designed to provide students with professional knowledge and sound application to support careers in supply chain management that include strategic sourcing and procurement, purchasing and supply chain management, distribution and marketing logistics etc. Globally and locally there is a growing need for professionals in the field of logistics and supply chain management, organisations are always looking for individuals with procurement expertise who can manage the processes involved in supply chain activities. The LSCM specialisation will provide students with the opportunity to work in an exciting new field, improve their own businesses or simply gain promotions within their current organisation.

Core SubjectsSpecialisation SubjectsElectivesProjects
  • Business Economics
  • Organisational Behaviour
  • Operations 1
  • Marketing Principles & Practice
  • Entrepreneurship 1
  • Introduction to Accounting
  • Strategic Management Principles & Practice
  • Business Ethics and Social Responsibility
  • Operations 2
  • International Marketing
  • Project Management
  • Purchasing and Supply Chain Management
  • Distribution & Marketing Logistics
  • E-Commerce
  • Creativity & Innovation
  • Selling & Sales Management
  • Leadership Issues
  • Human Resource Management
  • Changing Shape of Work and Organisations
  • Managing Diversity
  • Career Management
  • Human Resource Development
  • Integrated Project 1
  • Integrated Project 2


The key features of the BBA delivery model are:

  • Weekend workshop delivery
  • Work-oriented learning focus; applying knowledge to the workplace
  • Intensive, practical workshops, facilitated by industry leaders
  • Significant learning material which is industry relevant for each subject
  • A blended academic and practical approach to assessment



Students can work full time while they study; and focus on one subject at a time, enabling them to better balance work and study. BBA Students are required to attend four workshops per month for each subject as follows:

  • Three intensive weekend workshops (three days)
  • A one day revision workshop
  • Submit one assignment
  • Undertake one exam


 Sample Subject Schedule

Sat Sun Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri
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Sat Sun Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri
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Workshops 1, 2 and 3
Revision Workshop
Next Subject Workshops



The following table outlines the structure of the BBA - (Logistics and Supply Chain Management) course delivered at CTS College.

CODESubjectsCredit PointsLSCM
112BECO Business Economics 10 CS
102OBE Organisational Behavior 10 CS
103OPER Operations I 10 CS
105MKT Marketing Principles & Practice    10 CS
106ENT Entrepreneurship I 10 CS
107ACCT Introduction to Accounting 10 CS
110SMGT Strategic Management Principles & Practice 10 CS
111BESR Business Ethics & Social Responsibility    10 CS
307IPRO Integrated Project 1 10 IP
308IPRO Integrated Project 2 10 IP
201LEAD Leadership Issues 10 ES
202HRM Human Resource Management    10 ES
203OPER Operations II 10 SS
205MKT International Marketing    10 SS
209PMGT Project Management 10 SS
302CHAN Changing Shape of Work and Organisations 10 ES
303MDIV Managing Diversity 10 ES
304ECOM E-Commerce    10 SS
306CMGT Career Management 10 ES
308CREA Creativity & Innovation 10 ES
313PSCM Purchasing & Supply Chain Management 10 SS
314DML Distribution & Marketing Logistics 10 SS
315HRD Human Resource Development 10 ES
316SSM Selling and Sales Management 10 ES
Core Subjects - CS    80
Integrated Projects - IP 20
Specialisation Subjects - SS 60
Elective Subjects - ES 80
Total Credits 240



bba in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Diploma (Core Subjects)


Students can attempt 8 core subjects in any order. Students may start in any month. Each subject is offered twice per year. It is best practice for students to complete all the Diploma subjects first because they need to complete all these subjects if they wish to exit with a Diploma.


Associate Degree (Elective & Specialisation Subjects)

Students are entitled to obtain an Associate Degree in Management (Associate Degree) after successful completion of 16 subjects, inclusive of 8 core subjects.



Bachelor of Business Administration Degree

Students are entitled to obtain the BBA degree after successful completion of 24 subjects: 8 Core subjects + 14 Elective subjects + Integrated Projects I & II or 8 Core subjects + 6 Specialisation subjects + 8 Elective subjects + Integrated Projects I & II.


Integrated Projects

  • The Integrated Projects I and II may be completed only after completing 8 Core subjects and 6 Specialisation subjects or after completing 140 credit points.
  • Depending on their specialisation, students will undertake a project which addresses an issue of strategic or functional importance to an organization of their choice. The projects will need to be in the same area of specialisation as the course specialisation


In terms of prerequisites:

  • Operations 2 may be completed only after completing Operations 1
  • Entrepreneurship 2 may be completed only after completing Entrepreneurship 1.
  • Selling and Sales Management, International Marketing and Marketing for Tourism and Hospitality may be completed only after completing Marketing Principles and Practice


The assessment for each subject area is:

  • One examination (worth 75%)
  • One assignment (worth 25%)

Notice: Students cannot pass the subject if they do not pass the examination.


How do I know if I meet the requirements?

There are 2 entry points:

1. To enrol directly into Year 1 of the BBA Programme:

  • Students qualify if they possess either one of the following:
  • 2 GCE A' level passes with a minimum grade C and General Paper or 6 CAPE units, inclusive of double units OR
  • A recognised Certificate or Diploma, i.e. ABE, IAM, CIM, etc. OR
  • Mature entry (a suitable combination of qualifications and work experience).


2. To enrol into TOP-UP BBA Programme:

  • Students need to have a recognised Advanced Diploma or Associate Degree to receive exemptions towards the BBA.


How do I apply?

1. Students enrolling directly into Year 1 of the BBA programme would need to do the following:

  • A completed application form AND
  • The original plus one (1) copy of qualifications, certificates and transcripts.  OR
  • Resume and Job Letter (only if you are using a minimum of 3 years work experience to get in)
  • Application

Please be advised that an application fee of AUD$50.00 is payable upon submission of the application form.

2. Students enrolling into the TOP- UP BBA Programme:

  • A completed application form
  • The original plus one (1) copy of qualifications (Advanced Diploma), certificates and transcripts.
  • One form of identification chosen from National ID card or Birth Certificate or Passport
  • A completed exemption form and the syllabus of the programme you completed (Note: ABE Advanced Diploma holders are not required to provide the syllabus as AIB has already assessed this qualifications for exemption, however you must still complete the exemption form).



Approved applicants can either enrol in the first year of the BBA or, if they received exemptions from AIB, they may enrol in the BBA top-up.


Option 1: Students enrolling directly into Year 1 of the BBA programme:

Fee TypePayment to AIBPayment to CTS
Registration Fee AUD 50* TT$500 per semester (Every 4 subjects)
Examination Fee

AUD 800*ƚ per semester (Every 4 subjects)

Not Applicable

Tuition Fee Not Applicable

Covered for GATE-Approved Students

The above fees may change from time to time.


Option 2: Students enrolling into Top-up BBA programme:

The cost of the Top-up BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration) programme is based on the number of exemptions given to the candidate, which is in turn based on the previous programme completed.


Fee TypePayment to AIBPayment to CTS
Registration Fee AUD 50* TT$500 per semester (Every 4 subjects)
Examination Fee

AUD 800*ƚ per semester (Every 4 subjects)

Not Applicable

Exemption Fee AUD 50 per exempted subject Not Applicable
Tuition Fee Not Applicable Covered for GATE-Approved Students

The above fees may change from time to time.


*The exchange rate used is $7 TTD = $1 AUD. However this may vary.

ƚ Scholarships are applicable. Enquire within.

NB: Payment must be made at least two weeks before the start date of the semester.


To register please obtain an application form from CTS and submit it to us with the relevant supporting documents. Please refer to the 'Requirements' section for a full list of documents.



As an education provider, it is part of our plan to contribute to national development through the development of intellectual capacity. In this regard, CTS College of Business and Computer Science is now awarding full-scholarships and partial-scholarships to nationals of Trinidad and Tobago for the AIB BBA programme.

To find out more about our scholarship programme and how you can apply, click here.


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MBA and BBA Information Session

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