Bachelor of Business Administration in Management

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

Programme Information for New Students

Programme Regulations

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Programme Description

This programme provides broad coverage of the key areas of management, then gives students the opportunity to acquire knowledge in more than one of the following functional areas: human resource management, international business, logistics and supply chain management, and marketing. Graduates can enjoy enhanced career opportunities in a wide range of business careers.

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. 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.

Programme Requirement

Students pursuing this programme must successfully complete at least 120 credits as follows:

(a) 70 credits of compulsory courses:

Course code
Course title
Credits
Level
ACT B210
Introduction to Accounting
10
Middle
BIS B123
Business Computing Applications
5
Foundation
BUS B103
English and Communications for Business I
5
Foundation
BUS B104
English and Communications for Business II
5
Foundation
BUS B273
Quantitative Analysis for Business
10
Middle
ECON A231
Introduction to Microeconomics
5
Middle
ECON A232
Introduction to Macroeconomics
5
Middle
FIN B280
Introduction to Financial Management
5
Middle
LAW B262
Business Law I
5
Middle
MGT B240
Principles and Practices of Management
5
Middle
MGT B399
Management Policy and Strategy
5
Higher
MKT B250
Introduction to Marketing
5
Middle

(b) 30 credits from courses from more than one of the following concentrations.

Course code
Course title
Credits
Level
Human Resource Management concentration:
BUS B368
Business Issues and Ethics
5
Higher
MGT B347
Managing People and Organizations
10
Higher
MGT B349
Managing Key Functions in Human Resource Management
10
Higher
MGT B440
Strategic Management of Human Resources
10
Higher
International Business concentration:
BUS B368
Business Issues and Ethics
5
Higher
IB B390
International Business Management
10
Higher
IB B396
Asia Pacific Issues in Management
5
Higher
IB B397
Global Issues in Management
5
Higher
IB B461
International Marketing
5
Higher
MKT B462
Strategic Marketing
5
Higher
Logistics and Supply Chain Management concentration:
ACT B313
Management and Cost Accounting
5
Higher
BUS B368
Business Issues and Ethics
5
Higher
SCM B370
Operations Management
10
Higher
SCM B371
Logistics
5
Higher
SCM B470
Supply Chain Management
10
Higher
Marketing concentration:
BUS B368
Business Issues and Ethics
5
Higher
IB B461
International Marketing
5
Higher
MKT B362
Marketing Research
5
Higher
MKT B363
Consumer Behaviour
5
Higher
MKT B365
Services Marketing
5
Higher
MKT B366
Marketing Communications
5
Higher
MKT B462
Strategic Marketing
5
Higher


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

(c) an additional 20 credits, as necessary, from any English and/or Chinese Foundation, Middle or Higher level courses offered by the University.

Students are required to complete 120 credits but they may opt to graduate with a lower qualification such as Associate of Business Administration [ABA] (80 credits) or Certificate in Business Administration [CBA] (30 credits) after completing the required number of credits 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 BBA programmes in English are recommended to begin their BBA studies with one of the School’s introductory courses such as BUS B103 English and Communications for Business I, BIS B123 Business Computing Applications.

They are then free to complete a general degree, or to specialize in a range of business disciplines.

Enquiries

About Admission Procedures

Admissions & Enrolment Team (Distance Learning), Registry

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