Part time Bachelor Degree in Business Studies in Johannesburg in South Africa

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Bachelor degrees from accredited colleges and universities can be important stepping-stones toward a successful career.The most common type of undergraduate program is a bachelor's degree, usually awarded after four years of successful study

Business, Economics and Administration degrees will be related to the behaviour of resources in diverse types of environments. Students can expect to learn about the workings of markets in different levels, such as local economies or international trade; or can learn to be organizational leaders seeking to improve a corporation’s revenue, profit or image.

South Africa, officially the Republic of South Africa, is a country located at the southern tip of Africa. It is divided into nine provinces. South Africa is not only a jumping off point, it is itself a fantastic destination rich in culture, fauna & flora and history.

Johannesburg city is the largest source of gold and diamond in southern Africa. It is the base of South Africa’s Constitutional court and is the largest and wealthiest city in the Gauteng Province. It is home to University of Johannesburg.

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Bachelor of Philosophy Honours in Marketing Management

IMM Graduate School of Marketing
Campus Part time 1 - 2 years February 2017 South Africa Johannesburg

The BPhil Honours in Marketing Management will be offered at level 8 of the NQF (HEQF aligned) and will [+]

Part time Bachelors in Business Studies in Johannesburg in South Africa. The BPhil Honours in Marketing Management will be offered at level 8 of the NQF (HEQF aligned) and will consist of 140 credits. Admission criteria A suitable Bachelors Degree on NQF level 7 with Marketing Management 3 as a major module. A CV and motivational letter are required. Any other equivalent qualification. Applicants are required to complete the Postgraduate Application for Admission form for the BPhil Honours in Marketing Management, which, together with certified copies of educational certificates, identity/passport documents, a letter of motivation and a CV, should be returned by registered post to: The Dean: Post Graduate Studies IMM GSM P O Box 91820 Auckland Park 2006 A non-refundable deposit must accompany the application form. Applicants may be required to write and pass access modules before continuing with the BPhil Honours in Marketing Management. The programme is divided up as follows: Submission of assignments in certain modules. Please refer to the Calendar of Events. An open book examination in certain modules. Please refer to the Calendar of Events. Completion of a marketing practicum. No examination or assignment required. There will be a practical assessment. Completion of a marketing research report. No examination or assignment required. There will be a practical assessment. The BPhil Honours in Marketing Management comprises of five compulsory and one elective module and is structured as follows: AGM401 - Advanced Global Marketing 4 (20 credits) AMP401 - Advanced Marketing Practicum 4 (40 credits) - practical assessment. No assignment or written examination required. AMRT401 - Advanced Marketing Research: Theory 4 (20 credits) AMRR402 - Advanced Marketing Research: Report 4 (20 credits) ASM401 - Advanced Strategic Marketing: Theory and Practice 4 (20 credits) Elective (20 credits) Elective modules You will need to select one of the following: ABM401 - Advanced Brand Management 4 (20 credits) ACM401 - Advanced Contemporary Marketing Management Issues 4 (20 credits) ADM401 - Advanced Digital Marketing 4 (20 credits) ASM401 - Advanced Services Marketing 4 (20 credits) The B Phil Honours in Marketing Management can be completed within a minimum of one year of full-time study or within two years of part-time studies. The B Phil Honours in Marketing Management must be completed within three years. Articulation from the Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing Management to the B Phil Honours in Marketing Management Admission criteria Graduates must have successfully completed all modules on the new Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing Management. Applications must be submitted within a five-year period after qualifying with the Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing Management. The articulation from the new Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing Management to the new B Phil Honours in Marketing Management consists of two compulsory modules and one elective. The articulation must be completed in four years. Compulsory modules Advanced Marketing Research: Theory 4 (20 credits) Advanced Marketing Research: Report 4 (20 credits) Electives Students must choose one elective from the list below. Advanced Contemporary Marketing Management 4 Advanced Services Marketing 4 [-]

Bachelor of Commerce

Milpark Education
Campus or Online Part time 3 years July 2017 South Africa Johannesburg

The purpose of the Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) degree is to provide a broad but solid educational foundation to students in the field of commerce, including various key discipline areas such as business management, accounting and law. The qualification has been designed to provide the knowledge base, practical competence and application skills that would enable students either to enter the labour market or [+]

The purpose of the Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) degree is to provide a broad but solid educational foundation to students in the field of commerce, including various key discipline areas such as business management, accounting and law. The qualification has been designed to provide the knowledge base, practical competence and application skills that would enable students either to enter the labour market or to pursue further studies in this field. As an alternative to a general commerce major, students are able to select from six areas of specialisation, namely Financial Planning, Banking, Marketing Management, Human Resource Management, Investment Management and Credit. The Bachelor of Commerce degree appears on the Financial Services Board’s (FSB) list of recognised qualifications for FAIS Fit and Proper purposes. In terms of this rating, the qualification is considered to be relevant to all product categories as a generic (G) qualification ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS A knowledge, comprehension and application of the English language at NQF level 4 (Grade 12 or equivalent level) is required. For entry into the degree, candidates who matriculated in 2007 or earlier: 1. A National Senior Certificate AND a minimum of 24 points on the Milpark points system. 2. A symbol of E or higher for Mathematics on HG, or a symbol of D or higher for Mathematics on SG. Candidates who do not meet this requirement but who have achieved a rating of 4 or higher in any two of the following subjects may be offered admission on condition that they pass Business Mathematics in the first semester of registration: - Economics - Business Economics - Accounting - Physical Science or Physics/Chemistry - Natural science or Biology. For entry into the Degree, candidates who matriculated in 2008 or later require: 1. A National Senior Certificate as certified by Umalusi with an achievement rating of 4 (adequate achievement, 50‐59%) or better in four subjects from the recognised 20 credit list, one of which must be the language of instruction, namely English. 2. An achievement rating of 4 for Mathematics or 6 for Mathematic Literacy. Candidates who do not meet this requirement but who have achieved a rating of 4 or higher in any two of the following subjects may be offered admission on condition that they pass Business Mathematics in the first semester of registration: - Economics - Business Economics - Accounting - Physical Science or Physics/Chemistry - Natural Science or Biology Foreign applicants whose first language is not English are required to provide proof of proficiency in English prior to admission to the qualification. Foreign students who do not hold a South African matric certificate must present a matric verification from the South African Matriculation Board on application. Milpark admits a small number of students onto its programme via Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). Applicants interested in applying via RPL will be considered individually by the relevant Dean. ACCESS TO TECHNOLOGY Milpark provides students with materials, resources, formative assessments (including online tests and quizzes), discussion opportunities and a number of administrative services as part of the myMilpark and myCourses online tuition and support environments. Course materials contain links to additional external resources in the form of links to downloadable documents, websites and videos. Having access to the above online facilities is essential for efficient communication, learning and success. You will need continuous (daily) access to study, using the resources mentioned above, and to submit and receive your assignments. ASSESSMENT Formative assessment contributes 30% to the final mark and consists of a combination of assignments and tests. The exact formative structure per module will be communicated to you at the start of the semester. Students will write a final, summative assessment per module at the end of each semester, which contributes 70% towards the final mark. Students need to obtain a sub‐minimum mark of 40% in the final, summative assessment and an overall mark of 50% in order to pass the module. DURATION Full‐time contact‐learning students have a minimum of three years and a maximum of four years to complete the qualification. Part‐time distance‐learning students have a minimum of three years and a maximum of nine years to complete the qualification. CERTIFICATION On successful completion of the qualification, the student will receive a Bachelor of Commerce, NQF Level 7 (minimum credits: 360). The Bachelor in Commerce degree is accredited by the Higher Education Quality Committee of the Council for Higher Education (CHE). [-]