This course introduces the students to the basics of entrepreneurship and small business management. Students gain an understanding of how to establish and manage a small business. An essential part of the course is the students’ development of research and analysis skills. The application of the knowledge is demonstrated by the student completing a business plan.
This course provides a survey of the business world. Topics include the basic principles and
practices of contemporary business. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate
an understanding of business concepts as a foundation for studying other business subjects.
This course has been approved to satisfy the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement for
transferability as a pre-major and/or elective course requirement.
On this course, you’ll develop a range of business management skills relevant to your life, university study or the world of work.
You’ll learn how to use and apply useful business concepts, tools and terminology whilst exploring four key aspects of business management: managing money, managing people, managing information, and - most importantly – managing and understanding yourself.
You’ll learn to communicate professionally in common business situations. You’ll reflect on your own management and leadership style and consider the concepts of success, sustainability, and social responsibility.
This course reviews considerations in establishing and managing a small business venture in today's complex business environment. It promotes application of the entrepreneurial mindset to issues of management, operations and control. Also reviewed are legal forms of ownership, financial planning and resources, ethical issues, and the importance of social responsibility.
Summarize the complex and important role that small business plays in the health and welfare of the American economy and the larger global environment;
explain contemporary business concepts, how a business is formed, and why management is the key ingredient to small business success;
discuss business terminology, financial planning, and resource allocation; and
explain the ethical issues surrounding the ownership and operation of a small business venture and the importance of social responsibility; and
demonstrate an entrepreneurial mindset and describe the application to small business management.
This degree will help you understand what makes a business tick and how to drive a business to succeed. In each year of study, you will take a combination of core and option modules. The flexible nature of the course allows you to choose topics that most suit your interests or career aspirations – even if these change as your course progresses. You can build your own general business degree or choose to specialise in subjects such as economics, entrepreneurship, human resource management, digital business or marketing.
Business Administration is a programme that sets the foundation for both theory and research needed for an academic and professional career in the field of business management. It prepares students for a professional career in business and management research. The philosophy that sets this programme apart from the rest is that it provides a platform for postgraduate management students to understand the practical implications of their concepts associated with high-quality academic research. This approach applies equally to those who become either academic scholars or professional practitioners.
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