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Bachelor of Business Administration (Entrepreneurial Management) Level 7

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Royal Business College in association with Australian Institute of Business (“AIB”) offers students the opportunity to study towards a Bachelor of Business Administration with a special focus on Entrepreneurship. Student who complete this programme will also qualify for the Royal Business College Diploma in Entrepreneurship Level 7.

The Bachelor of Business Administration (Entrepreneurial Management) offers students the opportunity to gain knowledge and experience of the concepts, values, challenges, opportunities and practices of entrepreneurship and management.

Course Structure

The 3 year course has been designed to:

  • Assist participants to acquire a systematic and coherent body of knowledge in management and entrepreneurship, the underlying principles and concepts and problem solving techniques to deal with complex issues that arise from these considerations.
  • Develop academic skills and attitudes, in participants, necessary to comprehend and evaluate information, management and entrepreneurial concepts from a range of perspectives; and develop participants’ ability to review and consolidate knowledge.
  • Extend and apply the knowledge and techniques learned to real organizational and entrepreneurial situations from a range of sources.

Course Content

Year 1

  • Information and Communications
  • People I
  • Operations I
  • Finance I
  • Strategy & Entrepreneurship I
  • Marketing I – Project

Year 2

  • People II
  • Leadership Issues
  • Finance II
  • Operations II
  • Marketing II – International
  • Strategy & Entrepreneurship II – Project

Year 3

  • Business Ethics and Social Responsibility
  • The Changing Shape of Work and Organisations
  • Managing Diversity
  • Electronic Commerce
  • Contemporary Legal Issues
  • Career Management
  • Integrated Entrepreneurial Project

Entry requirements

For admission into the course, applicants must:

Have gained a minimum of 42 credits from approved subject lists in NCEA or such other overseas qualification or experience as may be acceptable to the Registrar of AIB.
Overseas partcipants are required to demonstrate proficiency in English, equivalent to IELTS 6.0 or better.

Course Duration

The duration of the course is equivalent to three academic years of full-time study or six academic years of part-time study. The course can also be delivered in an accelerated mode over two years.

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