UNIMAK BSc in Business Administration and Management Course

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UNIMAK BSc in Business Administration and Management Course

UNIMAK BSc in Business Administration and Management Course – see details below:

DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS ADMINSTRATION

CERTIFICATE, DIPLOMA & BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

These undergraduate programmes are designed for those wishing to serve in the business administration and management sector. They aim to provide a general introduction to the principles and practice of business administration and management while, at the same time, building students’ overall capacity and integrity.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Certificate (1 year): Three (3) WASSCE credits (or 3 G.C.E. ‘O’ Levels).

Diploma (2 years): Four (4) WASSCE credits (or 4 G.C.E. ‘O’ Levels). including English Language.

Bachelor of Science (4 years in total): Five (5) WASSCE credits (or G.C.E. ‘O’ Levels) including English Language. Candidates with H.T.C. Secondary and ‘A’ Levels will also be considered.

COURSE STRUCTURE

Certificate (Year 1),

Diploma (Years 1 and 2)

Bachelor of Science (4 years in total)

All UNIMAK students offer the same foundation Courses irrespective of their specific fields of study.

Each foundation course module includes 2 credit hours of instruction and students are expected to undertake an additional 45 hours guided study in preparation for presentations and the module assignment.

In addition, towards the end of years two (2) and four (4) students submit a dissertation (supervised by a lecturer in the department).on a topic of the student’s choice, related to a broad area within their programme of study.

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COURSE OUTLINE: Business Administration and Management

FIRST YEAR

1st SEMESTER

2nd SEMESTER

Introduction to University Studies

Introduction to University Studies

Communication Skills I

Communication Skills II

Mathematics

Introduction to Computer Studies

Social Research

Phenomenology of Religion

Fundamental Ethics

Corporate Strategy

Introduction to Human Resource Management

Introduction to Sales and Sales Management

Introduction to Business Administration and Management

Business Economics

Fundamentals of Accounting

Business Statistics

Management Principles

Intermediate Accounting

Introduction to Personnel Management

SECOND YEAR

1st SEMESTER

2nd SEMESTER

Communication Skills II

Communication Skills II

Integral Development of humankind

Logic and Critical Thinking

Entrepreneurship

Business Communication II

Business Research Methods

Business Analysis and Valuation

Principles of Marketing

Financial Management

Business Finance

Quantitative Techniques

Business Communication I

Leadership

Micro Economics

Business Law

Macro Economics

Business Research Tutorial

THIRD YEAR

1st SEMESTER

2nd SEMESTER

Communication Skills III

Introduction to Micro finance

Project Management

Financial Systems

Operations Management

Advanced Accounting

Marketing Management

Business Plan I

Management Information Systems (MIS)

Development Economics

Business Ethics and CSR

International business and Trade

Principles of Taxation

FOURTH YEAR

1st SEMESTER

2nd SEMESTER

Business Plan II

E-Commerce and Online Banking

Academic Writing

Customer Service Management

Strategic Management

Cost and Management Accounting

Auditing and Assurance

Procurement, Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Managerial Economics

Company law

Risk Management

Dissertation and Business Plan Tutorial

ASSESSMENT

Continuous assessment of assignments, essays, attendance, class participation, group and class presentations and final written examinations comprise the bulk assessment. Students must pass the final exam to receive a passing grade in the course.

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