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Management and Commerce
Business and Management
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.To produce high quality graduates who have a sound understanding of the dynamic and changing environment in which managers operate in New Zealand and internationally, that will enable them to apply knowledge at both organisational and strategic levels in a range of industries and organisations. This knowledge and expertise will be underpinned by a breadth of business expertise which includes an historical perspective of business development within New Zealand and an understanding of multicultural influences on business operation. Graduates will understand and have the skills to implement sustainable focused business practices. On reaching the workplace, graduates will be able to integrate into their work environment quickly, having already spent time through their course of study in a work context applying the knowledge and skills of the curriculum.
On successful completion of the entire qualification (to Level Seven), students will have the ability to: Apply specialised technical knowledge and skills to a specific business field, along with abilities for adapting and/or generalising these to other business fields. Apply a broad range of generic business skills, principles and practices, including safety in the working environment, and be able to mentor and motivate others in such application. Employ creative skills and apply them in an organised approach to problem solving. Display well-developed critical thinking capabilities, including analysing, evaluating and critically reflecting on information, decisions and behaviour. These abilities also enable strategic thinking and adaptability in a constantly changing global environment. Recognise, adopt and where necessary, instil in others ethical dimensions inherent in business decision making having particular regard for issues of social responsibility and sustainable practice. Exercise self-direction and adopt independent working practices, and an ability to foster these in others. Accept responsibility for the quality of their own work outcomes, and where applicable, for the quality of others' work outcomes. Apply independent learning skills that encourage the regular accessing of new knowledge and information. Use effective written communication and well-developed inter-personal skills, and demonstrate an ability to foster these in others. Initiate, inspire, guide, supervise and reward the work of others. Work effectively in group situations, as a leader or a follower, as appropriate. Adapt to, and work effectively in, diverse cultural contexts and work environments, encouraging others to do likewise. Use technology and communication systems effectively. Understand the relevance of the Treaty of Waitangi to applied management in New Zealand Aotearoa.
Graduates of the BAppMgt will be prepared to undertake post graduate study, for example a Master of Business Administration. Graduates of the Accounting major who have completed the NZICA pathway may undertake professional studies and examinations leading to membership of NZICA.
The BAppMgt prepares graduates for employment in business. Employment opportunities depend on which major(s) of the degree a student has studied and include, human resource manager, management consultant, public administrator, accountant, financial controller, sales management, marketing management, advertising and business development and specialist management positions..
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Total Enrolments for Bachelor of Applied Management for 2015: 0, 2016: 0, 2017: 0 and 2018: 0
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