Management Major

(CRICOS Course Code 0101271)

Program Aim

The Bachelor of Business – Management Major students in this discipline will develop the skills needed to successfully lead teams in a broad range of organisations. Students will learn how to plan, monitor and control resources, meet key business objectives, and master the art of managing themselves and others. This discipline prepares a student for a diverse range of management roles. Student will know how to make effective, well-informed business decisions, in any situation.

Program Progression Rules

To complete the Bachelor of Business program, the student would need to complete 24 courses in the following order:

Single Major (other than Accounting)

  • 8 First year common core courses (100 Level)
  • 8 Courses in chosen Major – at least 4 out of 8 courses must be at 300 level
  • 4 Courses in chosen Minor – at least 2 out of 4 courses must be at 300 level
  • 4 Elective courses

Core Courses (Level 100 Courses)

Course Code Course Title Credit Points
BUSC101 Communication in Business 12
ACCT101 Foundations of Accounting 12
ECON101 Business Economics 12
ITIS101 IT and Business Processes 12
MKTG101 Marketing 12
MGMT101 Management 12
LAWS101 Fundamentals of Business Law 12
BUSS101 Business Statistics 12

Core Courses for Management Major

Course Code Course Title Credit Points
Level 200 MGMT203 Human Resources Management 12
BUSE201 Corporate Governance and
Business Ethics
12
MGMT202 Cross Cultural Management 12
MGMT201 Organisational Behaviour 12
Level 300 MGMT301 Contemporary Issues in Management 12
MGMT302 Strategic Management 12
BUSE301 Entrepreneurship and Innovation 12
MGMT303 Leadership and Change Management 12

Management Major

First Year (Semester One of Six)

BUSC101 Communication in Business
ACCT101 Foundations of Accounting
ECON101 Business Economics
ITIS101 IT and Business Processes

First Year (Semester Two of Six)

BUSC101 Marketing
MGMT101 Management
LAWS101 Fundamentals of Business Law
BUSS101 Business Statistics

Second Year (Semester Three of Six)

ISBS201 Human Resources Management
BUSE201 Corporate Governance and Business Ethic
Minor Course 1
Elective Course 1

Second Year (Semester Four of Six)

MGMT202 Cross Cultural Management
MGMT201 Organisational Behaviour
Minor Course 2
Elective Course 2

Third Year (Semester Five of Six)

MGMT301 Contemporary Issues in Management
MGMT302 Strategic Management
Minor Course 3
Elective Course 3

Third Year (Semester Six of Six)

BUSE301 Entrepreneurship and Innovation
MGMT303 Leadership and Change Management
Minor Course 4
Elective Course 4

Bachelor of Business – Possible Minors

Accounting

ACCT201 Management Accounting 12
FINC201 Fundamentals of Finance 12
ACCT303 Accounting Systems 12
ACCT304 Taxation 12

Hospitality Management

HOST201 Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism Management 12
HOST202 Hospitality Asset and Operations Management 12
HOST301 Hospitality and Tourism Marketing 12
HOST302 Services and Experience Management 12

Information Systems

ISBS201 Communications and Networks 12
ISBS202 Programming Concepts 12
ISBS301 Web Technologies 12
ISBS302 e-Business Solutions 12

Management

MGMT201 Organisational Behaviour 12
MGMT202 Cross Cultural Management 12
MGMT301 Strategic Management 12
MGMT302 Leadership and Change Management 12

Elective Courses

The students would be allowed to choose elective courses from the courses available/offered in Bachelor of Business at the Institute. Any available/offered courses could be chosen provided they are not part of the chosen Major or Minor

Double Major (Accounting)

  • 8 First year common core courses (100 Level)
  • 10 Courses in chosen Major – at least 5 out of 10 courses must be at 300 level
  • 8 Courses in second chosen Major – at least 4 out of 8 courses must be at 300 level

Double Major (other than Accounting*)

  • 8 First year common core courses (100 Level)
  • 8 Courses in first chosen Major – at least 4 out of 8 courses must be at 300 level
  • 8 Courses in second chosen Major – at least 4 out of 8 courses must be at 300 level

Note: Students who may like to choose double major option for their Bachelor of Business Program, are required to consult with the Campus Director & Dean or their nominee for approval. A double major with Accounting as one of the two majors, will require study and payment of tuition fees for two additional courses. That means, a  double major Bachelor of Business with Accounting will consist of 26 courses.

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