Bachelor of Applied Management

Develop problem-solving skills and work with real businesses. You’ll spend half of your final year working on an industry project. Build core knowledge then specialise: Accounting, Event Management, Hospitality Management, Sales and Marketing, Strategic Management. You can also do a double major.

Programme structure

In the first stage of the degree, you’ll study core papers that will give you an overview of business.

You’ll then specialise by doing five papers for your chosen major, and a further five elective papers you choose from any of the areas. If you’re doing two majors, you’ll have five compulsory papers for each major. 

You'll work with real businesses throughout your study. In fact, half your final year will be focused on an industry project.

 

Majors

Accounting

Help create and implement financial strategies.

Event Management

Create and manage successful events. Develop skills to ensure that entertainment, conferences and marketing events run smoothly.

Hospitality Management

Learn how to manage hotels, restaurants, tourist attractions, cruise ships and more.

Sales and Marketing

Focus on the promotion and sale of goods and services. Learn about consumer behaviour. Marketing management. International marketing.

Strategic Management

Is management where you’re aiming? Or running your own business? Learn to plan and manage with a long-term view. Speak the language of senior management. 

 

Career options

  • Office manager
  • Management consultant
  • Project and event administrator
  • Team leader
  • Account manager

 

Entry criteria

Under 20 years

University Entrance or equivalent study/work experience. 

Over 20 years

If you’re 20 years or over, you may qualify for special admission on this programme. Contact us if you don’t meet the Under 20 entry criteria.

International students: English language requirements

IELTS 6.0 (no band lower than 5.5), or equivalent.

 

Documents and other details

Business Studies Course Selection Trimester 3 (PDF 78KB)

 

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