The Bachelor of Management and Entrepreneurship develops in students management and entrepreneurship knowledge, providing students with a solid grounding in enterprise creation and management.
The course has been designed for future business managers and leaders in small to medium/family enterprises, and for start-up entrepreneurial businesses.
Upon graduation, such students will have acquired a mix of a broad range of business/management knowledge and skills, and more specialist capabilities that will equip them to be innovative, effective and ethical.
It will therefore appeal to students likely to (i) help run and manage their family business; (ii) start their own business independently or as spin-offs from the family business; or (iii) be working for, do business with or consult to family businesses or small to medium entrepreneurial enterprises.
Reasons to study this program:
- Develops both management and entrepreneurship knowledge and skills
- Opportunity to apply these knowledge and skills in an industry placement
- Emphasis on small to medium/family/entrepreneurial businesses
- Study alongside students from other cultures
Students enrolled in the Bachelor degree may elect to exit at the end of year 2 and, on successful completion of all required coursework for the first two years of the Bachelor degree and the completion of 96 credit points, receive the Associate Degree of Management and Entrepreneurship.