Bachelor of Management and Entrepreneurship
Duration: 3 years full-time/ 6 years part-time
Delivery: On campus
Credit points: 144 credit points (24 units of 6 credit points each)
CRICOS CODE: 097868A
Available to: Domestic (FEE-HELP)/International
IELTS: 6.0 with no band less than 6.0
AQF: Level 7
Tuition Fee: International students: $8,200 semester/$49,200 total tuition fee
The Bachelor of Management and Entrepreneurship develops in students management and entrepreneurship knowledge, providing students with a solid grounding in enterprise creation and management.
The course has been designed for future business managers and leaders in small to medium/family enterprises, and for start-up entrepreneurial businesses.
Upon graduation, such students will have acquired a mix of a broad range of business/management knowledge and skills, and more specialist capabilities that will equip them to be innovative, effective and ethical.
It will therefore appeal to students likely to (i) help run and manage their family business; (ii) start their own business independently or as spin-offs from the family business; or (iii) be working for, do business with or consult to family businesses or small to medium entrepreneurial enterprises.
Reasons to study this program:
- • Develops both management and entrepreneurship knowledge and skills
- • Opportunity to apply these knowledge and skills in an industry placement
- • Emphasis on small to medium/family/entrepreneurial businesses
- • Study alongside students from other cultures
Future business managers and leaders in small to medium/family enterprises, and for start-up entrepreneurial businesses. Upon graduation, such prospective students will have acquired a mix of a broad range of business/management knowledge and skills, and more specialist capabilities that will equip them to be innovative, effective and ethical.
This introductory unit provides a synoptic overview of organisational management and governance as both central business functions in their own right, and as processes and approaches central to the achievement of organisational goals.
Economics for Managers
This unit provides students with a basic understanding of the principles of micro- and macro-economics. The focus of the unit is the behaviour of consumers and producers and their interaction in the marketplace.
The unit provides an overview of business and the business environment and introduces the principles supporting the use of an accounting information system for financial and management reporting purposes.
The formation units of study recognise that the spiritual, emotional and professional development of a person are closely interlinked. This unit allows students to explore their personal world view and cultural context as well as understand the context of Christianity and the Bible within Western culture.
Introduction to Business Law
This unit addresses basic legal knowledge and problem-solving skills related to business management.
Human Resource Management
The unit focuses on developing a sound theoretical and practical knowledge of the key concepts and debates in human resource management (HRM), and understanding the key HRM functions and operations.
This unit examines how organisations use marketing decisions to satisfy customer needs and deliver value. Particular emphasis is placed on digital marketing, ethics and social responsibility.
This unit introduces students to the principles and basic analytical techniques of business financial management and planning. The focus of the unit is on the concepts and techniques required to make sound business financial decisions, balancing micro- and macro-financial considerations to develop a balanced perspective on risk and opportunity.
Management of Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs)
The unit explores the management of an SME covering aspects of business initiation, but mostly addresses the strategic, marketing, financial, organisational and operational aspects through the development of a business plan.
Business Information Systems (BIS)
The unit explains how technology is used to develop BIS that effectively support, enable and add value to business processes. An understanding of BIS is important to the work of managers because it serves as a bridge between management and operation.
This unit provides students with a foundational introduction to a resilience model for spiritual and holistic wellbeing. In the development of mature identity, it explores an ethical approach to current issues and character formation, and encourages the student to explore the integration of these into the professional context.
One Elective Unit
Family Business Management
The unit explores the unique attributes and issues found in family owned and managed companies. The strategic, managerial, financial and behavioural aspects in these firms are also analysed.
This unit introduces students to the study of management in an international context. It will extend and integrate the basic concepts of management and how they are affected by differences across cultures.
The unit addresses project management approaches, processes and tools for succeeding in the workplace. It offers a strategic view, as well as practical tools to better manage projects.
One Elective Unit
Entrepreneurship and New Venture Creation
This unit aims to provide students with an understanding of the nature of enterprise and entrepreneurship, and the role of the entrepreneur and innovation in the entrepreneurial process. The focus is on the development of growth-oriented businesses, whether for-profit or not-for-profit.
Supply Chain and Operations Management
This unit aims to provide an overview of supply chain management in a business context. Logistics is the business function responsible for all aspects of the movement and storage of physical resources (what is generally referred to as ‘the supply chain’) from suppliers to final customers.
Industry & Work Placement
This unit enables students to carry out an industry or work placement throughout the semester to enhance their overall understanding of the realities of business and management practices in organisational settings. This core unit is designed to facilitate the transition from the College to the workplace through a placement.
One Elective Unit
This unit is directed towards students who will innovate and create social enterprise, and students who will do business with social businesses, consulting with them, for example, on funding, banking, outsourcing, etc.
International Business & Trade
This unit addresses key global business environmental factors and issues that affect firms with international operations.
This capstone unit provides an opportunity for students to capitalise on their prior learning in the course through discussion and analysis of the elements of organisational strategy, and the ways in which strategy reflects the values, operations, planning and management of an organisation and the interests of its stakeholders.
One Elective Unit
• Financial Accounting
• Management Accounting
• Accounting for Decision-Making
• Business Data Analysis
• Company Law
• Marketing Communications
• Marketing Research
• Services Marketing
• Employment Relations
• Performance Management
• Organisational Behaviour
• Responsible Leadership and Governance
• Organisational Change and Development
In order to be admitted into the Bachelor of Management and Entrepreneurship, Applicants will be required to provide evidence of completion of the NSW Higher School Certificate or its interstate or overseas equivalent.
Applicants for whom English is not their first language must provide: certified documentary evidence that their secondary schooling, or tertiary studies of at least one year, were conducted in the English language; or evidence of English language proficiency equivalent to IELTS overall score of 6.0 with no band less than 6.0.
For test score equivalencies for alternative tests visit the International Students page.
Applicants who have completed a higher education qualification (associate degree, bachelor degree, graduate certificate or graduate diploma) in any discipline are be eligible for admission.
Applicants who have completed senior secondary studies or equivalent qualification with a vocational education training (VET) or TAFE provider within the last two years are eligible for admission.
Applicants who do not have a NSW Higher School Certificate (or equivalent) or completed their secondary education more than two years ago and have not undertaken or completed vocational education training (VET) or higher education study since then can apply for admission using work and life experience.
‘Experience’ could include a combination of factors which demonstrate readiness for higher education, including mature-age entry, professional experience whether completion of the Special Tertiary Admission Test (STAT) is required or not, community involvement or work experience.
For more information please visit the Future Students information page.
If the applicant is successful they will be issued an offer letter and a written agreement. Students will need to respond to the offer within 6 weeks. This is done online and a confirmation will be emailed back to the applicant. At this point, applicants are welcome to apply for Credit or Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). If you are eligible for credit or RPL, you may be exempt from completing some units and you may be able to finish your degree in a shorter amount of time.
Please refer to the Credit and Recognition of Prior Learning Policy reference.
Download the Student Selection and Admission Policy and Procedure.
| Applicant background||2019 Semester 2|
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| (A) Past higher education study|
(includes a bridging or enabling course)
|(B) Past vocational education and training (VET) study||0||0%|
| (C) Work and life experience|
(Admitted on the basis of previous achievement not in the other three categories)
(D) Recent secondary education: