Business Summer School
Business Summer School

Business Summer School

Bachelor of Commerce

Don't want to wait until next year? Start early. Develop your business skills and get a head start on completing a business qualification with our Business Summer School.

Don't want to wait until next year? Start early.

Develop your business skills and get a head start on completing a business qualification. 

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Key Details
Invercargill
Qualification:
Degree
Level:
7
Credits:
360
Duration:

8 weeks

Blended Delivery

Part-time and Full-time available

Study Modes:
On Campus
Dates:

23 November - 29 January

Fees:

This programme is eligible for the zero fees scheme.

NO tutition fees

Direct material cost is $60 per paper. 

Don't want to wait until next year? Start early. Develop your business skills and get a head start on completing a business qualification with our Business Summer School. 

Flexible delivery with onsite and distance components. Part-time and full-time study options available.

Learn about how management processes and/or marketing concepts can be applied to current issues and contemporary organisations. Gain valuable theoretical and practical skills required to succeed in business, while completing papers toward the NZ Diploma in Business (Management & Leadership strand) or the Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting, Management or Marketing majors).

MAN530 Principles of Management (15 credits)

This paper provides students with an introduction to the principles and processes of management and how they are applied to address current issues.

MKT571 Principles of Marketing (15 credits)

This paper provides students with a working knowledge of fundamental marketing concepts relevant to contemporary organisations.

HTM608 Entrepreneurship (prerequisites may apply)(15 credits)

To equip students with knowledge, skills and conceptual frameworks that assist in recognising and assessing inputs to the entrepreneurial process, in planning and creating a new venture, and in managing it successfully through establishment and growth. To explore evolution of the entrepreneurial process in the context of tourism,  hospitality and business contexts.

MAN632 Operations Management (prerequisites may apply)(15 credits)

This paper provides students with an understanding of the management function in relation to the production of goods and services.  Students will gain knowledge of the practical realities of operations management and how it contributes to the overall management of the organisation in a hospitality, tourism and / or business context.

If you are unsure of your eligibility, please email SBMadmin@sit.ac.nz 

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