Bachelor of Business (Management)


CRICOS Course Code: 072493M

Course Overview

The Bachelor of Business (Management) aims to produce graduates with the skills and knowledge to work in middle management roles in a variety of public and private industries. Managers play a vital role in all organisations as they are responsible for organisation growth and development. This program will develop business and leadership skills and give students the ability to manage people and organisations successfully. The degree ensures that students have the opportunity to develop essential business skills and knowledge including finance and marketing principles, business law and sound well-developed management skills.

The estimated annual enrolment into the Bachelor of Business (Management) is 300 students.

Qualification

On successful completion of this course, students are awarded the Bachelor of Business (Management). The course meets the Australian Qualifications Framework specifications for a Level 7 bachelor degree.

Core Knowledge in Business

The Bachelor of Business (Management) incorporates the Core Body of Knowledge in Business that is recommended by the Australian Institute of Management (AIM).

Advanced Standing

Students may be able to shorten the length of this course through qualifications obtained from other formal studies. AQF qualifications and Statements of Attainment issued by other registered training organisation and education providers may be recognised by Cambridge International College. Students who wish to apply for Advanced Standing should contact the College for information on eligibility.

Professional & Community Engagement

Business professionals are invited as guest speakers to speak at various lectures. Guest speakers add value in the practical aspect of the course work. These speakers will also assist students understand future management responsibilities.

Industry relevant material

The applied components of the course incorporate material that is specifically relevant for the business management industry. In the computer laboratories, students gain experience with business planning, analysis and statistical packages; they also gain experience with other computer programs such as MS Excel. The course will emphasise a creative and innovative approach to Business education as the key to competitiveness in a dynamic and global economy. It is intended that the course would consist of a combination of both domestic and international students. Students should gain benefits from a broad range of cultural diversity and life experiences of their fellow students.

Lifelong learning

Students gain key skills and significant experience in collaborative learning, and gain theoretical knowledge in the underpinnings of business. They also gain key skills in research, using both online and library materials. All of these factors will help graduates of the Bachelor of Business (Management) to be lifelong learners.

Mode of Delivery

The course is offered on a full-time basis. Delivery of the course is on-campus. Units are delivered in a lecture and tutorial format.

Course Structure

The Bachelor of Business (Management) is a three year course, delivered over twelve six-week terms (the equivalent of six semesters) on a full-time basis. There are five intakes per year, in January, March, May, August and October.

To meet the requirements for graduation, all students must complete 24 units.

First YearSecond YearThird YearElectives

Six core units:

BBMM101 Introduction to Management
BBMK201 Marketing Principles
BBAC101 Accounting Principles OR BBAC100 Finance Fundamentals
BBAC201 Business Statistics
BBAC202 Economic Principles
BBAL201 Business Law

Four core units:

BBMM301 Management and Organisational Behaviour
BBMM302 Human Resource Management
BBMM303 Organisation Structure & Design
BBMM305 Business, Society & Ethics

Six core units:

BBMM507 International Business Management
BBMM506 Strategic Management
BBMM503 Leadership Development
BBMM602 Corporate Sustainability Management
BBMM605 Entrepreneurship
BBMM603 Organisational Change and Development
BBAC100 Finance Fundamentals
BBAC101 Accounting Principles
BBAC301 Financial Accounting Practice
BBAC302 Information Technology for Accountants
BBAC401 Corporate Accounting
BBAC501 Management Accounting
BBAC502 Financial Accounting Theory
BBAC601 Auditing & Assurance
BBAC602 Business & Corporate Finance
BBAL401 Company Law
BBAL501 Taxation Law
BBMK302 Market Research
BBMK303 Digital Marketing & Social Media
BBMK401 Integrated Marketing Communications
BBMK402 Consumer Behaviour
BBMK501 Market Planning & Strategy
BBMK502 International Marketing Management
BBMK504 Brand Management
BBMK601 Services Marketing
BBMK605 Advertising

Electives

First year – two elective units comprising:

  • two x 100, 200, 300 or 400 coded electives.

Second year – four elective units comprising:

  • two x 100, 200, 300 or 400 coded electives, and
  • two x 300 or 400 coded electives.

Third year – two elective units comprising of:

  • two x 400, 500 or 600 coded electives.

Assessment

The types of assessment permitted at CIC may include the following:

  • Closed or open-book examinations
  • Written essays, case studies or business reports/proposals or projects
  • Oral presentations or oral examinations
  • Multiple choice or true/false tests, quizzes or examinations
  • Peer assessment & group based work
  • Industry based assessments.

Other types of assessment may be allowed at CIC following approval by the Deputy Dean.

Please refer to our Assessment Policy for further information.

Opportunities for Further Study

Students who successfully complete the Bachelor of Business (Management) can apply to study a number of postgraduate qualifications in Australia and abroad.

Career Opportunities

Upon successful completion of the Bachelor of Business (Management), students will have gained the skills and knowledge to work in a management role within a business or organisation.

Graduate Attributes

Discipline Knowledge and Skills
Workplace Skills and Values
Communication Proficiency
Information Literacy and Analysis and Problem-solving Skills

Course Fees

Please refer to Fees, charges and refunds

Key Facts

Qualification

Bachelor of Business (Management)

CRICOS Code

072493M

CRICOS Course Duration

156 Weeks

Entry Requirements

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Academic – completion of year 12 or equivalent (minimum ATAR of 50 or equivalent)

English – IELTS (Academic 6.0 or equivalent)

Admissions Information Set

2018 Orientation & Timetabling Dates

8* to 12 January

19* to 23 March

28* May to 1 June

13* to 17 August

22* to 26 October

*Orientation Day.

2018 Term/Class Start Dates

15 January

26 March

4 June

20 August

29 October

Course Delivery Weeks

12 x 6-week Terms

Fees

Please refer to Fees, Charges and Refunds

Accreditation Status

Accredited, renewal date 01/11/2019

TEQSA

Location

Melbourne campus

Find out more

+61 (0) 3 9663 4933

info@cambridgecollege.com.au

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