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Business Management


Business Management

 

OVERVIEW

 

Business Management, also referred to as Business Administration covers a wide range of courses that cut across all business functions that include finance, accounting, economics, management, marketing and other relevant fields required to run a business.

 

SPECIALISATION

Accounting
Accounting is a way of communicating the financial health of an organization to current and future investors. The broad types of accounting include: Taxes, Payroll, Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable, Bookkeeping and Auditing. Students will focus on how to shape financial practices within a business, the application of accounting principles to make financial decisions and how these may affect the bottom line.
 
 
Advertising
Advertising focuses on the creation  and administration of  advertising campaigns, products and services presentation  to potential consumers and how to use modern technology tools.
 
Business law
Business Law, also known as Commercial law, focuses on  the rights, contracts and conduct of people and businesses engaged in commerce and industry. Commercial Law also considers elements of economics, business, management and finance
 
Marketing
Marketing focuses on how to attract customers and promote products and services. Students are exposed to advertising, merchandising, promotion, statistical analysis and campaign tracking, and will use case studies to research, analyse and evaluate the success of  marketing strategies.
 
Human Resources
Human Resources focuses on  strategic planning, employee health and safety, hiring and firing, interviewing, recruiting, training, employee benefits management and arbitration.
 
Economics
Economics explores the full spectrum of issues that impact on financial situations and decisions. From production to consumption, economics looks at how the world's resources are used by and distributed among individuals and organisations. This involves studying areas of politics, sociology, law, psychology, geography and history, at local and global levels. The two major veins of economics are microeconomics and macroeconomics.

Entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurship is the cornerstone of the commercial world . Entrepreneurship programs expose students to learning how to exercising complete control over how a business functions and how it will proceed into the future, by learning about capital management, product development and global business, alongside aspects of accounting, marketing and finance relevant to running a business.

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