The Business Management Department offering:
The Business Management Department is committed to providing a solid foundation in business management with a hands-on, experiential learning. We aspire to develop business leadership to transform the lives of our students and provide the industry with ethical global leaders who are sensitive towards protecting the environment and are passionate about making significant societal contributions.
Diploma of Management
The Diploma of Management is a general business qualification for students who wish to gain a broad understanding of management principles and practices across a wide range of businesses. This Diploma is a four-semester program designed to equip students with the skills, knowledge and attitudes to gain entry level management positions in private business and the public sector.
General Learning Outcomes
Graduates will be able to:
- Manage, improve team and employee performance as well as facilitate change
- Develop budgets and manage the budgeting process.
- Manage projects.
- Analyze and present research.
- Ensure that your workplace is safe.
- Manage customer service.
- Apply management principles that are able to increase workplace productivity at the operational level.
- Translate and develop management concepts into workplace action plans.
- Improve team performance and facilitate change.
- Develop and apply strategies to improve business performance.
|Year 1, Semester 1 (15 Credit Hours)|
|16SMGB110||Business Computer Applications||3||N/A|
|16SFSP111||English for Business||3||N/A|
|Year 1, Semester 2 (15 Credit Hours)|
|Business Computer Application
English for Business
|16SMRB121||Accounting Principles||3||16SMGB110||Business Computer Application|
|16SMGB122||Introduction to Business Law||3||16SFSP111||English for Business|
|16SMAT128||Business Mathematics||3||16SFSP111||English for Business|
|Year 2, Semester 3 (15 Credit Hours)|
|16SMGB215||Service Management||3||16SMGB124||Event Management|
|16SMRB210||Business Research||3||16SMAT128||Business Mathematics|
|16SMGB214||Business Leadership||3||16SMRB120||Economics I|
|Introduction to Business Law
|16SMGB212||Business Internship I||3||16SMRB120
Introduction to Business Law
|Year 2, Semester 4 (15 Credit Hours)|
|16SHRB221||Change Management||3||16SMGB214||Business Leadership|
|16SMGB223||Innovation & Entrepreneurship||3||16SMRB211||Business Planning|
|16SMGB224||Small Business Plan||3||16SMRB211
|16SMGB220||Business Internship II||3||16SMGB212||Business Internship I|
Click here for more details on the Diploma of Management (31/3/2016).
Bachelor of Business Management
The Bachelor of Business Management program is committed to providing students with general business management education and technical knowledge necessary to enter the management profession and to pursue a successful professional career. In the management major at ACK, students will study topics including entrepreneurship, strategic management, human resources, business communication, business ethics, and organizational behavior. The field of management offers challenging and rewarding opportunities in supervisory and administrative positions in both private business and governmental agencies. The Bachelor of Business in Management program is endorsed by Central Queensland University in Australia.
General Learning Outcomes
Graduates will be able to:
- Demonstrate an understanding of the importance of ethics, social responsibility, and the legal environment of contemporary business.
- Understand the importance of the global business environment and its interconnection with core management processes, systems, and structures.
- Demonstrate an understanding of human resource management and its impact on organizational culture, change, and diversity.
- Use quantitative skills to facilitate management decision making and/ or problem-solving.
- Apply management theories and concepts in real-world organizations and situations.
- Understand the dimensions of the entrepreneurial behaviors of innovation, creativity, and risk taking.
|Year 3, Semester 5 (12 Credit Hours)|
|20SMGB310||Management Information System||3||N/A|
|20SMGB311||Accounting for Decision Making||3||N/A|
|20SMGB312||Management Principles II||3||N/A|
|20SMRB313||Marketing Principles II||3||N/A|
|Year 3, Semester 6 (12 Credit Hours)|
|20SMGB320||Economics II||3||20SMGB311||Accounting for Decision Making|
|20SHRB321||Organizational Behavior||3||20SMGB312||Management Principles II|
|20SMRB323||HR in Organizations||3||20SMGB312||Management Principles II|
|20SMGB324||Statistics for Business||3||20SMGB310||Management Information System|
|Year 4, Semester 7 (12 Credit Hours)|
|20SMRB410||Business Finance||3||20SMGB324||Statistics for Business|
|20SHRB411||Managing Organizational Change||3||20SHRB321||Organizational Behavior|
|20SMGB412||Entrepreneurship, Innovation and New Ventures||3||20SHRB321||Organizational Behavior|
|20SMGB413||Product and Service Innovation||3||20SMGB320||Economics II|
|Year 4, Semester 8 (12 Credit Hours)|
|20SMGB420||Production and Operations Management||3||20SMGB413||Product and Service Innovation|
|20SHRB421||Contemporary Issues in HR||3||20SHRB411||Managing Organizational Change|
|20SMGB422||Quality Management||3||20SMGB413||Product and Service Innovation|
|20SMGB423||Strategic Management||3||20SMGB412||Entrepreneurship, Innovation and New Ventures|
Entrepreneurship, Innovation and New Ventures
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