Bachelor of Business Administration with Honours in Management Studies

Lee Shau Kee School of Business and Administration Programme Information   Bachelor of Business Administration with Honours in Management Studies  

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Programme Regulations

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Programme Description

This programme provides broad coverage of the key aspects of today’s management. It also gives students the opportunity to acquire contemporary knowledge and skills, including innovation, entrepreneurship, leadership and social responsibilities, and how they are embedded in practice behind successful businesses. Together with the transferable skills developed through the programme, students could build a successful career or start their own business in a wide range of business areas.

Programme Intended Learning Outcomes (PILOs)

  1. Explain and critically review business theories and concepts to identify issues, analyse situations, and develop solutions for multi-faceted problems in organisational settings.
  2. Critically evaluate issues and make informed judgements in view of the organisation’s strategies as well as ethical considerations.
  3. Reflect on new ways of thinking and make meaningful contributions as a leader and member in a team setting and communicate effectively.
  4. Command knowledge of the practices and activities of different aspects of management.
  5. Integrate and apply advanced analytical skills to address issues and make business and management decisions related to complex situations.
  6. Assimilate and synthesise new knowledge in different aspects of management, apply it to solve problems related to management, and develop practical recommendations.

Programme Requirement

Students pursuing this programme must successfully complete at least 120 credit-units of which at least 24 credit-units should be taken at 3000-level and another 24 credit-units at 4000-level. Students are required to complete:

(a) 9 credit-units of University Core courses:

Course code
Course title
Credit-units
Level
^
University Core Values
2
1000-level
^
Social Responsibilities
1
1000-level
^
The Effective Communicator and Teamwork
3
2000-level
^
Entrepreneurial Mindset and Leadership
3
3000-level

(b) 78 credit-units of Core courses:

Course code
Course title
Credit-units
Level
BUS 1000BED
^
An Introduction to Business and Management
18
1000-level
BUS 1030BED
^
Making Your Learning Count
6
1000-level
BUS 2007BED
^
Shaping Business Opportunities
18
2000-level
BUS 2070BED
^
Communication Skills for Business and Management
9
2000-level
BUS 3027BED
^
Creating Futures: Sustainable Enterprise and Innovation
9
3000-level
MGT 4002BED
^
Strategic Management
18
4000-level

(c) 18 credit-units of Concentration Core courses:

Course code
Course title
Credit-units
Level
ACT 3093BED
^
Financial Accounting in Context
9
3000-level
BUS 3005BED
^
Exploring Innovation and Entrepreneurship
18
3000-level
FIN 4094BED
^
Financial Analysis and Decision Making
9
4000-level
MGT 3008BED
^
Developing Leadership
18
3000-level
MKT 3006BED
^
Understanding Customers
18
3000-level

(d) 9 credit-units of Concentration Elective courses:

Course code
Course title
Credit-units
Level
ACT 4091BED
^
Management Accounting and International Finance
9
4000-level
MGT 4029BED
^
Leadership in a Changing World
9
4000-level
MKT 4028BED
^
Marketing in Action
9
4000-level

(e) 6 credit-units, as necessary, from any English and/or Chinese 1000-level, 2000-level, 3000-level or 4000-level courses offered by the University.

^ New course, subject to final approval by the University for presentation but likely to be available.

Students are required to complete 120 credit-units but they may opt to graduate with a lower qualification, Associate of Business [ABUS] (60 credit-units) after completing the required number of credit-units and fulfilling the requirements of the programme regulations.

For details of Professional Recognition, click here.

Choosing the first courses to get started

Undergraduate students taking the BBAHMS programme in English are recommended to begin their BBAHMS studies with BUS 1000BED An Introduction to Business and Management.

Enquiries

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