Bachelor Degree in Commerce in Durban in South Africa

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A Bachelor's degree is a degree awarded by universities and colleges. In order to earn a bachelor's degree, you must complete the necessary courses that may last three to seven years depending on your institution of enrollment.

The component of a business that includes all of the activities and functions that take place during the transfer of goods from the producers to the consumers is called commerce. This also takes place on a larger scale between nations.

 

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Bachelor of Commerce in Law

Pearson Institute of Higher Education
Campus Full time 3 years February 2017 South Africa Vanderbijlpark

The multidisciplinary nature of this qualification prepares you for work in many areas of business and is an excellent foundation for careers in commerce, marketing, human resources and financial management. It is also a pathway to a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) for those of you that want to practise law. [+]

Bachelors in Commerce in Durban in South Africa. The multidisciplinary nature of this qualification prepares you for work in many areas of business and is an excellent foundation for careers in commerce, marketing, human resources and financial management. It is also a pathway to a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) for those of you that want to practise law. Our degree is broad and intensive. You will cover the general principles and techniques of commerce and law within the context of specialist commerce elective groups, which you choose in your second year. The core commerce majors are Business Management, Human Resource Management and Financial Management. You also gain invaluable understanding and skills in Business English, Computer Skills, Industrial Relations and Economics. You will also study a range of law modules in the field of Private and Mercantile Law. Because of our qualification’s unique emphasis on application, you will select, conduct and present a research project and complete an internship in your third year of study. We believe the success of our BCom (Law) degree lies in a flexibility of subject choice, a curriculum that is relevant and highly qualified teaching staff. Our Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) environment, and your exposure to real legal cases, further prepares you for the world of work. By introducing you to research, we are also preparing you for honours studies, a unique offering in undergraduate degrees. This blended approach ensures that you graduate with essential work skills such as critical thinking, effective problem solving, collaborating in teams and communicating effectively as well as legal abilities like logical reasoning and making ethical judgements. Teaching methods and assessment We use a blend of lecture-led learning and Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) and in your third year, Work Integrated Learning (WIL). Our smaller class sizes allows for individualised attention. Our teaching staff is a mix of full-time academics and working professionals to ensure you benefit from quality academic and industry specific inputs. You are issued with a tablet for learning and research. You have access to campus resource centres, computer labs and WiFi. You attend lectures, small group sessions and workshops. You may volunteer at the Pearson Institute Legal Advice and Training Centre. You may participate in moot court competitions. Throughout the programme, you have to demonstrate theoretical and practical understanding via application-based assessments such as examinations, presentations, case studies, research projects and analysis of commercial issues. YEAR 1 Business English Business Management 1A Business Management 1B Computer Skills Employment Relations 1 Family Law Financial Accounting 1A Financial Accounting 1B Human Resource Management 1 Introduction to Law 1A Introduction to Law 1B Law of Persons Quantitative Techniques YEAR 2 Economics 1A Economics 1B Entrepreneurial Law Human Resource Information Systems Individual Labour Law Insolvency Law Law of Negotiable Instruments Law of Succession Research Methodology And a choice of two of the following elective groups, which will be majors in your third year: Group 1 Business Management 2A Business Management 2B Group 2 Human Resource Management 2A Human Resource Management 2B Group 3 Management Accounting 2A Management Accounting 2B YEAR 3 Collective Labour Law Law of Contract Law of Delict Law of Property Law of Sale and Lease Research Project Work Integrated Learning (WIL) And a choice of two of the following elective groups, based on selection of majors from year 1 and 2: Group 1 Business Management 3A Business Management 3B Group 2 Human Resource Management 3A Human Resource Management 3B Group 3 Financial Management 3 Entry Requirements You need a South African National Senior Certificate (NSC) for degree purposes. Or if you have an international school-leaving certificate, you need to qualify for matric exemption from the Matriculation Board. Pearson Institute will assist with your exemption application to the Board for evaluation. Or you need to have successfully completed the relevant Foundation Programme. And you need at least 25 Pearson Institute admission points. Qualification Accreditation Accredited by the South African Higher Education Quality Committee (HEQC) of the Council on Higher Education (CHE). Registered with the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA). Career Options The careers for you, as a Bachelor of Commerce in Law graduate, are varied and include: Business administration Management Entrepreneurship Politics Banking Start Date February or July (Selected modules) [-]

Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) (BCOMACT)

Regent Business School
Campus Full time February 2017 South Africa Durban

It is is a full-time three-year contact programme designed to provide the student with a wide range of accounting (financial and management), auditing, taxation and management skills while at the same time building competence in core focus areas. [+]

Course Introduction It is is a full-time three-year contact programme designed to provide the student with a wide range of accounting (financial and management), auditing, taxation and management skills while at the same time building competence in core focus areas. The coursework in the degree is demanding and requires dedication and diligent work. Students are required to write tests and examinations during the year. The degree provides graduates with a broad-based accounting qualification that is invaluable in forging a career in the world of commerce and industry. The curriculum also includes general coverage of management theory and business mathematics/statistics, and intermediate coursework in business law and economics. The Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) graduate enters the business world with solid theoretical knowledge that is supported by strong problem solving, critical thinking, decision-making and strategic skills. Once the student has qualified, the degree provides articulation to postgraduate qualification, amongst others, the Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) degree. Prerequisite(s): Matric + E symbol in Mathematics, together with Bachelor’s Degree endorsement Outcomes On completion of this qualification, graduates will be able to: Demonstrate foundational knowledge in a range of core disciplines, including business ethics, mathematics, statistics, accounting, taxation and commercial law. Demonstrate forefront knowledge and expertise in information systems. Provide accurate financial information vital in the organisational structures to management for decision making. Apply competence and skills related to general management principles of planning, organising, leading and control. Demonstrate an understanding of theories and practices pertaining to Auditing in the field of commerce and management studies. Programme Structure The minimum duration of this programme is three years. Year 1 Semester Modules Business Management 101 Business Statistics 102 Annual Modules Accounting 1 Economics 1 Commercial Law 1 Year 2 Semester modules Taxation 201 Accounting Information Systems 202 Annual modules Management Accounting and Finance 2 Auditing 2 Financial Accounting 2 Year 3 Semester modules Taxation 301 Ethics 302 Annual Modules Management Accounting and Finance 3 Auditing 3 Financial Accounting 3 Career Opportunities This degree provides an attractive range of career options and is the ideal stepping stone to an exciting range of accounting and business related career opportunities. These careers may include but not be limited to financial accounting, management accounting, auditing, and taxation. Students completing this qualification will: Possess the necessary knowledge and skills and applied competence to enable them to demonstrate financial proficiency. Be able to exercise the necessary rational judgment and decision making skills that will assist in investment planning decisions. Understand and appreciate change and managing change within organisations. Be able to analyse and solve finance related problems. Display the skills required for the recording and processing of financial information. Be well versed on issues in respect of ethical behaviour. Develop the functional competence required of a graduate to proceed to middle management level within an organisation [-]

Bachelor of Commerce (BCOM)

Regent Business School
Campus Full time February 2017 South Africa Durban

Within the public or private sector, managerial expertise is highly valued and career advancement within the management sphere is supported by a recognised degree qualification [+]

Bachelors in Commerce in Durban in South Africa. Within the public or private sector, managerial expertise is highly valued and career advancement within the management sphere is supported by a recognised degree qualification. In fact, many professionals in sectors such as engineering, health services and education choose to complement their existing degrees with a BCom as this ensures career advancement and provides an integral understanding of the business aspects key to their sector of interest. The RBS BCom Degree focuses on decision-making, management and technology within the business arena and is designed to give the student a strong foundation in the essential skills required for a successful career in business management. The RBS BCom Degree fully equips students with both theoretical and practical exposures preparing them for a professional, commercial environment. What will I gain from this programme? - Our accredited and recognised BCom Degree provides graduates with: - A career path in commerce. - An understanding of management functions within the business environment. - A greater ability to communicate effectively, manage human resources and handle labour relations functions. - A proficiency at interpreting and using numerical and statistical knowledge. - Expertise in the use of conventional accounting processes. - An appreciation of ethical behaviour within business practices. - Insight into the computerised business information systems environment and its essential management functions. - Knowledge that is relevant to the economic context of the business environment. - An ability to perform research in the field of business management. - Skills that will boost their career and improve performance. - An opportunity to articulate vertically onto the RBS BCom Honours Degree (BCom Hons) programme or Post graduate Diploma in Management (PG Dip Man) programme How is the programme delivered? Regent Business School is a dedicated distance and supported learning provider, offering a focused, student-orientated approach. Each student receives a comprehensive study pack for all their courses which is supplemented by ongoing tutor access and support via telephone or email. The programme delivery is sensitive to the diverse needs of the learners, especially those who intend to work whilst studying via supported distance learning. The BCom Degree programme will require that students complete 5 modules per year. Year 1 Compulsory Modules - Business Management 1 - Economics 1 - Accounting 1 - Business Communication - Statistics Year 2 - Business Management 2 - Commercial Law - Information Systems Choice of 2 electives from: - Accounting - Economics - Marketing - Health Management - Human Resource Management - Information Technology - Supply Chain Management - Project Management Year 3 - Business Management 3 - Entrepreneurship - International Business / - Taxation Choice of 2 electives from: - Accounting - Economics - Marketing - Health Management - Human Resource Management - Information Technology - Supply Chain Management - Project Management Electives choice in year 2 will be carried over to year 3. Students attempting Accounting 2 and Accounting 3will need to pursue Taxation 302 instead of International Business 302. [-]