- Tuition fee $19,950
- Intakes February, May, July, November
- Minimum IELTS 6.0 with no band less than 5.5
- Duration (length of study) 3 years
This degree offers students a programme of study that will enable them to take a holistic view of organisations and examine the interface between education, organisations and the community from a socioeconomic perspective to a specific business field.
This qualification will provide students with the skills and knowledge of management required to successfully work in the business sector of Aotearoa/New Zealand.
This degree also aims to provide regional contextualisation for applied management study.
To achieve the award of the Bachelor of Applied Management, students must pass a total of 360 credits, including:
- a maximum of 150 credits at Level 5;
- a minimum of 120 credits at Level 6;
- a minimum of 90 credits at Level 7.
- 195 compulsory credits;
- 75 credits in a chosen major and 45 additional credits from the Options List; and
- 45 elective credits.
- 195 compulsory credits;
- 150 credits in two chosen majors (75 for each major) from the Options List; and
- 15 elective credits.
Double major (which includes Accounting as one major)
- 195 compulsory credits; and
- 165 credits in two chosen majors (includes 90 credits for the accounting major) from the Options List.
To achieve the NZICA Pathway, students must achieve all compulsory courses, all courses within the Accounting major specific options list, MGMT.5920 and MGMT.6911.
Knowledge and skills you will gain
After successful completion of this major, students will have the skills and knowledge to be able to:
- apply contemporary management theories and practice to the solution of work based problems within the business environment to a specific business field;
- use both formal and informal networks to inform management practice from a technological and socioeconomic perspective;
- explore practice through the process of critical thinking and reflection;
- apply elements of economic theory to the contemporary New Zealand environment;
- recognise and respond to significant changes within the environment that impact on the organisation’s ability to achieve objectives;
- produce an operational marketing plan for a market, business or product;
- apply change management tools in organisational change situations; and
- explore creative management practices and identify alternative/sustainable management applications.
Admission and entry requirements for this qualification are in accordance with the academic regulations.
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