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The activity of selling and buying services and goods, typically on a large scale, is known as commerce. It encompasses everything from systems of economics to politics to culture. In short, it affects the business prospects of an economy.
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Top Bachelor Programs in Commerce in New Zealand 2017
The Bachelor of Commerce programme is a blend of both theoretical and practical, with an emphasis on applied knowledge and skills. With any of the three majors you will develop general management skills (e.g. communication, presentation, interpersonal and problem solving skills) in addition to the specific business skills for your major. [+]
Flexibility to create your own individual programme — you are encouraged to pursue a double major — using the range of majors offered across the Business School. [+]
Bachelor of Commerce
University of Auckland
Degree HighlightsFlexibility to create your own individual programme — you are encouraged to pursue a double major — using the range of majors offered across the Business School. Equips you with first class communication, teamwork and leadership skills, as well as cross-cultural understanding. The Business School is accredited by EFMD, EQUIS and AACSB International. In addition the school has programmes recognised by NZICA and CPA Australia.
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