Connect»
Follow us on TwitterLike us on FacebookVisit us on iTunesUSee what we've been up to on Flickr

Phone us on  0800 4 0 FEES (0800 4 0 3337) 0800 4 0 FEES  (0800 4 0 3337)
outside NZ +64 3 211 2699

Phone us on  0800 4 0 FEES (0800 4 0 3337) +64 3 214 4977  Email us at info@sit.ac.nzinfo@sit.ac.nz

5412 Bachelor of Commerce - Invercargill

Qualification: Degree
Level: 7
Dates:

Semester 1: 13 February to 23 June 2017

Semester 2: 10 July to 10 November 2017

Duration:

This is a three year full time degree. Part time study is also available.

Location: Invercargill
Credits: 360

SIT's Bachelor of Commerce is a high quality three year degree programme that will equip you with the knowledge and skills required to succeed in business. 

With a choice of three majors - accounting, management or marketing, you have the flexibility to design a programme that best serves your career aspirations, and to enjoy the mix of academic theory and strong practical and applied skills taught by our experienced and respected tutors. 

This programme is approved and accredited with both Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ) and NZQA.

Our teaching staff have extensive business experience, combined with excellent academic backgrounds and strong links with the professions, while the Bachelor of Commerce has a strong practical and applied focus. We know that our programmes will challenge you, but that you will feel supported by us and excited about your future once you decide to study with us. Our business staff are passionate about teaching and enjoy working with students of all ages and from different cultures.

We have strong links with local businesses and focus on creating opportunities whereby our students can obtain real world experience before they graduate.

Year 1

Compulsory papers

ACC102 Introduction to Accounting
This paper provides students with an introduction to financial accounting statements and their associated components, ranging from small businesses to public companies.

COM140 Professional Communications
This paper provides students with the skills and knowledge to develop confidence and competence in oral, written, and interpersonal communication with emphasis on the communication skills students will use in the workplace and during their studies.

ECN120 Economics
This paper provides students with the skills and knowledge to apply elements of economic theory to contemporary issues relating to the New Zealand and world economies.

LAW110 Commercial Law
This paper provides students with basic knowledge in the field of commercial law to enable them to apply legal reasoning and to develop an organised approach to problem solving.

MAN130 Principles of Management
This paper provides students with an introduction to the principles and processes of management and how they are applied to address current issues.

MKT171 Principles of Marketing
This paper provides students with a working knowledge of fundamental marketing concepts relevant to contemporary organisations.

QNT165 Quantitative Analysis
This paper provides students with an understanding of the application of some of the statistical and mathematical techniques relevant to business contexts.

Elective paper - one paper to be selected from the list below:

ACC103 Accounting Practices
This paper provides students with the skills and knowledge to process business transactions and produce financial reports in accordance with generally accepted accounting practices and using business computer technology. The paper also provides a foundation for more advanced accounting papers.

Elective 1
An elective paper at Level 5 may be taken from a qualification other than SIT Bachelor of Commerce - to be approved by the programme manager (prerequisities may apply).

Year 2

ACC201 Financial Accounting
This paper provides students with an understanding of the regulatory aspects of accounting, how to critically evaluate financial information, and the concepts, techniques and problem solving skills needed for the production of financial reports for companies.

ACC202 Management Accounting
This paper provides students with an understanding of the concepts and techniques of organisational planning, decision making, costing and control.

ACC203 Business Finance
This paper provides students with a base appreciation of finance and financial markets as they relate to the business environment. Emphasis is given to modern accounting practice in New Zealand, particularly as it relates to small and medium businesses.

ACC204 Accounting Information Systems
This paper provides students with a general understanding of roles undertaken by accountants in relation to information systems; how to analyse, synthesise and evaluate information from AIS; how controls interrelate with AIS; and a conceptual/practical understanding of IT and its application within businesses.

ACC206 Taxation
This paper provides students with an understanding of the New Zealand tax base, the principles under which tax is imposed, basic legislation relevant to fringe benefits and GST so that students will be able to apply taxation and related legislation to various situations.

LAW210 Company Law
This paper provides students with knowledge of the legal principles and concepts relating to companies and other business vehicles and the analytical skills to apply those principles and concepts in practice.

MAN215 Organisational Behaviour
The application of a range of ideas, theories and concepts from the discipline of organisational behaviour.

MAN232 Operations Management
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.

MAN233 Human Resource Management
Students will understand the roles, functions and application of human resource management within contemporary New Zealand organisations.

MAN235 Employment Relations
This paper provides students with an understanding of the opportunities and risks created by the employment relations framework by developing their understanding and knowledge of the key institutions, processes and practices in contemporary employment relations in New Zealand.

MKT271 Consumer Behaviour
This paper provides students with a comprehensive knowledge base and understanding of the concepts, principles and theories of consumer behavior. Topics include the relationship(s) between producers and consumers; the impact of situational, psychological, social and cultural elements of consumer behaviour, materialism, and the impact of technology.

MKT272 Product Management
This paper provides students with a detailed understanding of the theoretical and applied aspects of product management, including new product development, branding and the role of the product manager.

MKT273 Integrated Marketing Communication
This paper provides students with a detailed understanding of core Integrated marketing communication concepts and their practical application. Marketing communication tools such as advertising, public relations, sales promotion, personal selling, direct marketing and electronic marketing are examined. Integrated media plans will be developed and students will be encouraged to improve their IMC research, planning and presentation skills.

MKT274 Pricing and Distribution Management
This paper provides students with a detailed knowledge and understanding of the external and internal factors influencing pricing and distribution decisions; formulating, implementing and monitoring pricing and distribution strategies and decisions. The skills developed include analysis of problems, problem solving, working collaboratively within groups, using and working with numerical information, using spreadsheets, negotiating, resolving conflicts and making, reporting and evaluating decisions.

RES280 Research Methods
This paper provides students with an introduction to key analytical tools used within business and the implications for managerial decision-making. Students learn to apply appropriate research methodologies to identify and solve business related problems.

Electives
Up to three elective papers at Level 6 may be taken from qualifications other than SIT Bachelor of Commerce - to be approved by the programme manager (prerequisities may apply).

Year 3

ACC301 Advanced Financial Reporting
This paper provides students with sufficient theoretical understanding of New Zealand’s financial reporting environment, and sufficient technical skills, to prepare complex financial statements that comply with generally accepted accounting practices.

ACC302 Advanced Management Accounting
This paper provides students with advanced concepts and skills to be able to provide and evaluate accounting information that contributes to organisational success.

ACC303 Financial Management (not available in 2015)
This paper provides students with an understanding of financial concepts of the firm and the global operation and integration of financial markets so they can critically evaluate firms’ investment, financing and dividend decisions, in an international global environment.

ACC304 Applied Research Project - Accounting
This paper provides students with an opportunity to conduct advanced research into an aspect of accounting theory or practice by integrating the body of knowledge learnt in accounting papers.

ACC305 Auditing
This paper provides students with an introduction to external auditors’ obligations in New Zealand and the methods by which those obligations are met.

CON359 Contemporary Issues
This paper provides students with the opportunity to demonstrate an advanced knowledge and understanding of various marketing / management / accounting theories and practices applicable to profit and/or non-profit organisations, which reflect the key contemporary issues faced by organisations. Students will be able to identify, consolidate and evaluate strategic issues studied in earlier parts of the degree and within the current business environment.

IBS390 International Business
This paper provides students with an understanding of the theoretical and practical aspects of conducting international business with a focus on the procedures involved in importing, exporting and banking.

ICE360 Industry Consultation
This paper provides students with an opportunity to conduct research into an aspect of accounting / management / marketing theory or practice by integrating the body of knowledge obtained in previous papers. The paper also links the research that students have undertaken to a related applied project. A key aim is to enable students to reflect critically on the relationship between their academic study and industry practice. The chosen topic must take into account a real need identified by the student’s employer or other beneficiary.

The project forms the final component of the programme and requires students to produce work of the highest quality as evidence of their development.

The Industry Consultation ends up with a presentation and defence before a panel composed of the programme manager, a representative of the employer or project beneficiary, and the supervisor.

MAN334 Strategic Management
This paper provides students with an insight into how to think strategically in order to gain strategic advantage and to add value to an organisation. Students apply strategic management principles to simulated and actual business situations to develop their critical thinking skills.

MAN336 Applied Research Project - Management 
This paper provides students with an opportunity to conduct advanced research into an aspect of management theory or practice by integrating the body of knowledge learnt in management papers.

MKT372 Strategic Marketing Management
This paper provides students with a comprehensive understanding of marketing strategy relevant to contemporary organisations and markets.

MKT374 Applied Research Project - Marketing
This paper provides students with an opportunity to conduct advanced research into an aspect of marketing theory or practice by integrating the body of knowledge learnt in marketing papers.

RES380 Applied Research Project
This paper provides students with an opportunity to conduct advanced research into an aspect of business theory or practice related to their degree major(s) by integrating the body of knowledge learnt in previous commerce papers.

ETH360 Business Ethics
This paper aims to provide participants with an understanding of ethical reasoning. Participants will learn to identify ethical issues and evaluate ethical theories as they are applied to various contexts with a particular emphasis on business.

Electives
Up to four elective papers at Level 7 may be taken from qualifications other than SIT Bachelor of Commerce - to be approved by the Programme manager (prerequisities may apply).

In order to meet CAANZ requirements, students planning to qualify as Chartered Accountants (CA) or Associate Chartered Accountants (ACA) should select the following elective papers:  ACC206 Taxation and LAW210 Company Law, ACC305 Auditing,

This programme is eligible for the Zero Fees Scheme.

SIT's Bachelor of Commerce is a smart choice! With no tuition fees and direct material costs of just $59.00 per paper (GST inclusive), over three years you'll pay around $1500, saving a massive $17,000* - all while gaining a high quality education and internationally recognised degree.

International Fees can be found here.

(*Prices above are estimated over 3 years of study, based on 2017 costs.)

Bachelor of Commerce graduates have a sound understanding and awareness of the New Zealand business environment alongside practical skills that will add value to a business, either as an employer, employee or business owner.

  • Accounting majors can find careers in financial accounting, financial management, corporate accounting, taxation, auditing and business consulting. Students can apply to become members of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ).
  • Management majors can find careers in production management, supply chain or logistics management, human resources management, project management or general management (after obtaining relevant experience in the business environment).
  • Marketing majors can find careers in marketing and sales management, product management, merchandising, services marketing, market research, brand management, customer services management, key account management or general management (after obtaining relevant experience within a sales and marketing environment).

University Entrance - NCEA Level 3 

 Three subjects at Level 3, made up of:

  • 14 credits each, in three NZQA University Entrance approved subjects, and
  • Literacy – 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading and 5 credits in writing, and
  • Numeracy - 10 credits at Level 1 or above, made up of specified achievement standards through a range of subjects, or a package of three numeracy unit standards (26623, 26626, 26627 – all three required)

Entry may also be granted to mature applicants who are at least 20 years of age when the programme begins and can provide evidence of aptitude or appropriate work or other experience, or completion of an external or overseas qualification which is considered to be the equivalent of any of the above qualifications as approved by the Programme Operation Manager.

Special Admission
A student who has successfully completed a minimum of three papers in the New Zealand Diploma in Business may transfer their enrolment and be admitted onto the Bachelor of Commerce programme.  The Programme Operations Manager will advise according to the current cross credit schedules.

Language Requirements
Applicants from countries with an annual student visa approval rate of at least 80 percent, whose first language is not English, or who come from a country where the language of instruction in schools is not English, are required to provide evidence of having passed an NZQA approved English Proficiency Assessment, or one of the following tests of English language competence in accordance with the NZQA rules below:

  • IELTS test – Academic score of 6, with no band score lower than 5.5
  • TOEFL Paper-based test (pBT) – Score of 550 (with an essay score of 5 TWE)
  • TOEFL Internet-based test (iBT) – Score of 60 (with a writing score of 20)
  • University of Cambridge English Examinations – FCE, or FCE for schools, or CAE, or CPE with a score of 169. No less than 162 in each skill
  • NZCEL – Level 4 with the Academic endorsement
  • Pearson Test of English (Academic) – PtoE (Academic) score of 50
  • City and Guilds IESOL – B2 Communicator with a score of 66

Applicants from countries with an annual student visa approval rate below 80 per cent, whose first language is not English, or who come from a country where the language of instruction in schools is not English must provide evidence that they:

  1. Have gained NCEA Level 3 and met New Zealand University Entrance requirements or
  2. Hold a bachelor’s degree of at least 3 years from New Zealand, Australia, Canada, The Republic of Ireland, South Africa, United Kingdom or United States of America or
  3. Have achieved a Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults, CELTA or
  4. Have achieved one of the English Language competence tests  specified  above

Provisional Part time Admission
An applicant who does not meet academic criteria, may be provisionally admitted to enrol in one or more year one papers. Upon successful completion of the papers, the student may apply for admission by mature entry.

Every candidate for the qualification of Bachelor of Commerce, is required to follow to the satisfaction of the Teaching and Learning Board of Studies, a programme of study for a minimum period of three years. Each year of study comprises two 17-week semesters.

Programmes of study for the Bachelor of Commerce are made up of clusters of papers taken at the appropriate levels as outlined in the Programme Schedule of this document.

The Bachelor of Commerce qualification conforms to the NZQA credit requirements of 360 credits from Level 5 to Level 7. Study scheduled for each of Levels 5 to 7 is in accordance with the processes, learning demand, and responsibility that are detailed in the Programme Schedule.

Individual papers may have specific pre-requisites or other knowledge/skill requirements, which may be required to be satisfied by students.

Candidates may withdraw without penalty, provided they do so before the approved withdrawal date for the programme. Refunds and other financial arrangements attached to the SIT Zero Fees Scheme are detailed on the application form, and in the SIT Student Handbook and Policies and Procedures Manual of the QMS.

In order to be awarded the Bachelor of Commerce, the student will have been credited with all required papers and electives as specified in the programme schedule.

A student completing the Bachelor of Commerce will normally be expected to complete the three year programme (full-time equivalent) within ten years.

Notwithstanding the requirements set out above, the Head of Faculty with the approval and recommendation of the Teaching and Learning Board of Studies may allow a student a longer period to complete the programme.

(Please note: students failing to attend for 80% of timetabled programme hours may forfeit Zero Fees entitlement.)

School of Business Timetable 2017 S1                                                                         

Bachelor of Commerce, NZ Diploma in Business, Diploma in HRM, NZIM Diploma in Management, Hotel Management                                                                                                                   

Semester 1
Papers begin on the 13th February 2017 and run through to the 23rd June 2017 (two week break from 17th - 28th April)

DipBus500            Accounting Principles     
Monday               3.30 - 6.00pm      B2:20    
Thursday             1 - 3:30pm          B2:20    

DipBus501            Accounting Practices (+ ACC103)
Monday               9:30 - 12noon      B2:20    
Wednesday          9:30 - 12noon      B2:20    

DipBus510            Introduction to Commercial Law  
Tuesday              9 - 11:30am        B2:37    
Thursday             9 - 11:30am        B2:37    

DipBus520            The Economic Environment
Tuesday              3.30 - 6pm          B2:37    
Thursday             3.30 - 6pm          B2:37    

DipBus530            Organisation & Management (+ MAN130)
Tuesday              9 - 11.30am        B2:32    
Thursday             9 - 11.30am        B2:32    

DipBus541            Fundamentals of Marketing (+ MKT171)  
Monday               1 - 3:30pm          B2:20    
Wednesday          1 - 3:30pm          B2:20    

DipBus560            Business Communication (+ COM140)      
Tuesday             1 - 3:30pm          B2:18    
Thursday             1 - 3:30pm          B2:18    

HTM102                 Personal Communications for Tourism and Hospitality        
Tuesday             1 - 3:30pm          B2:20    
Thursday             1 - 3:30pm          B2:38    

HTM104                 Intro to Tourism & Hospitality Management         
Monday               9 - 11:30am        B2:19    
Thursday             9 - 11:30am        B2:20      

HTM105                 Food and Beverage Management
Tuesday             9 - 11:30am        B2:19    
Wednesday          1 - 3:30pm          B2-32    

HTM107                 Hotel Operations           
Wednesday          9 - 11:30am                  
Friday                1 - 3:30pm          B2:18    

ACC102                  Introduction to Accounting         
Tuesday              12.30 - 3pm        B2:32    
Thursday             12.30 - 3pm        B2:38    

ACC103                  Accounting Practices (+ 501)
Monday               9:30 - 12noon      B2:20    
Wednesday          9:30 - 12noon      B2:20    

LAW110                 Commercial Law
Monday               6 - 8.30pm          B2:37    
Wednesday          6 - 8.30pm          B2:37    

MAN130                                Principles of Management (+ 530)           
Tuesday              9 - 11.30am        B2:32    
Thursday             9 - 11.30am        B2:32    

MKT171                 Principles of Marketing (+ 541)   
Monday               1 - 3:30pm          B2:20    
Wednesday          1 - 3:30pm          B2:20    

QNT165                 Quantitative Analysis     
Wednesday          9 - 11:30am        B2:37    
Friday                9 - 11:30am        B2:37    

COM140                 Professional Communication (+ 560)        
Tuesday             1 - 3:30pm          B2:18    
Thursday             1 - 3:30pm          B2:18    

CBS145                  Chinese for Business      
Tuesday             6 - 8.30pm          B2:18    
Thursday             6 - 8.30pm          B2:18    

DipBus601            Financial Accounting      
Wednesday          9 - 11:30am        B2:19    
Friday                9 - 11:30am        B2:19    

DipBus606            Taxation (+ ACC206)      
Tuesday              1 - 3.30pm          B2:37    
Thursday             1 - 3.30pm          B2:37    

DipBus633            Human Resource Management
Monday               9 - 11:30am        B2:31    
Wednesday          9 - 11:30am        B2:31    

ACC202                  Management Accounting
Tuesday              9:30 - 12noon      B2:18    
Thursday             9:30 - 12noon      B2:18    

ACC206                  Taxation (+ 606)           
Tuesday              1 - 3.30pm          B2:37    
Thursday             1 - 3.30pm          B2:37    

LAW210                 Company Law   
Monday               9 - 11.30am        B2:37    
Wednesday          1 - 3.30pm          B2:37    

RES280                  Research Methods (+ HTM203)   
Wednesday          1 - 3.30pm          B2:32    
Friday                1 - 3.30pm          B2:32    

MAN215                                Organisational Behaviour           
Tuesday              1 - 3.30pm          B2:19    
Thursday             1 - 3.30pm          B2:19    

MAN232                                Operations Management (+ HTM209)      
Tuesday              3.30 - 6pm          B2:32    
Thursday             3.30 - 6pm          B2:32    

MKT271                 Consumer Behaviour      
Monday               9 - 11.30am        B2:32    
Thursday             9 - 11.30am        B2:31    

HTM203                 Tourism and Hospitality Research and Analysis (+RES280) 
Wednesday          1 - 3.30pm          B2:32    
Friday                1 - 3.30pm          B2:32    

HTM204                 Tourism and Hospitality Services Management     
Tuesday              1 - 3:30pm          B2:18    
Wednesday          3.30 - 6pm          B2:20    

HTM206                 Tourism and Hospitality Financial Management     
Monday               1 - 3:30pm          B2-37    
Wednesday          9 - 11.30am        B2:18    

HTM208                 Entrepreneurship in Tourism and Hospitality         
Tuesday              9:30 - 12noon      B2:20    
Thursday             9:30 - 12noon      B2:19    

HTM209                 Hospitality Operations Management (+ MAN232)  
Tuesday              3.30 - 6pm          B2:32    
Thursday             3.30 - 6pm          B2:32    

ACC301                  Advanced Financial Reporting     
Monday               12.30 - 3:00pm    B2:19    
Wednesday          12.30 - 3:00pm    B2:19    

ACC302                  Advanced Management Accounting         
Tuesday              3.30 - 6pm          B2:31    
Thursday             3.30 - 6pm          B2:31    

ACC304                  Applied Research Project - Accounting     
Individual                                                                        

HTM303                 Tourism and Hospitality Industry Project  
Individual                                                                        

HTM304                 Contemporary Issues in Hotel Management          
Monday               3.30 - 6.00pm      B2:31    
Thursday             3.30 - 6.00pm      B2:20      

HTM305                 Hotel Strategic Management      
Monday               1 - 3.30pm          B2:31/B1-10       
Thursday             1 - 3.30pm          B2:31      

HTM310                 Event Management       
Wednesday          1 - 3.30pm          B2:19    
TBA                   TBA      

HTM320                 Internship Study           
Individual                                                                        

CON359                 Contemporary Issues     
Monday               3.30 - 6.00pm      B2:18    
Wednesday          3.30 - 6.00pm      B2:18    

MAN334                                Strategic Management   
Monday               1 - 3.30pm          B2:32    
Wednesday          1 - 3.30pm          B2:18    

ICE360                   Industry Consultation    
Individual                                                                        

MAN336                                Applied Research Project - Management  
Individual                                                                        

MKT374                 Applied Research Project - Marketing    
Individual                                                                        

 Note:    Students are required to attend both weekly sessions                 

 Papers, times, locations are subject to confirmation and change                                                   

 

School of Business Timetable 2017 S2                                                                          

Bachelor of Commerce, NZ Diploma in Business, Diploma in HRM, NZIM Diploma in Management, Hotel Management                                                                                                                               

Semester 2

Papers begin on the 10th July and run through to the 10th November (two week break from 2nd October - 6th October)                                                                                                                      

DipBus500            Accounting Principles     
Monday               9 - 11.30am        B2:18    
Thursday             9 - 11:30am        B2:18    

DipBus501            Accounting Practices (+ ACC103) 
Monday               9.30 - 12pm        B2:32    
Wednesday          9.30 - 12pm        B2:32    

DipBus510            Introduction to Commercial Law  
Monday               6 - 8:30pm          B2:37    
Wednesday          6 - 8:30pm          B2:37    

DipBus530            Organisation & Management (+ MAN130)
Tuesday              9-11.30am          B2:32    
Thursday             9-11.30am          B2:32    

DipBus550            Business Computing       
Monday               1 - 3:30pm          B1:18    
Wednesday          1 - 3:30pm          B1:18    

DipBus560            Business Communication (+ COM140)      
Tuesday              1 - 3:30pm          B2:32    
Thursday             1 - 3:30pm          B2:32    

HTM101                 Tourism and Hospitality Studies I
Tuesday              9 - 11:30am        B2:18    
Thursday             9-11.30am          B1:10    

HTM103                 Introduction to Marketing          
Monday               9 - 11.30 am        B2:37    
Wednesday          9 - 11:30am        B2:18    

HTM106                 Financial Analysis for Tourism & Hospitality          
Monday               1 - 3:30pm          B2:18    
Thursday             1 - 3:30pm          B2:31    

HTM109                 Hospitality Service Delivery Systems       
Tuesday              1 - 3.30pm          B2:20    
Wednesday          1 - 3.30pm          B2:18    

ACC103                  Accounting Practices (+ 501)      
Monday               9.30 - 12pm        B2:32    
Wednesday          9.30 - 12pm        B2:32    

COM140                 Professional Communication (+ 560)        
Tuesday              1 - 3.30pm          B2:32    
Thursday             1 - 3:30pm          B2:32    

ECN120                 Economics        
Wednesday          1-3.30pm            B2:37    
Friday                1-3.30pm            B2:37    

MAN130                Principles of Management (+ 530)           
Tuesday              9-11.30am          B2:38    
Thursday             9-11.30am          B2:38    

QNT165                 Quantitative Analysis     
Monday               4 - 6.30pm          B2:11    
Friday                9 - 11:30am        B2:18    

DipBus602            Management Accounting
Tuesday              1 - 3.30pm          B2:18    
Thursday             1 - 3.30pm          B2:18    

DipBus603            Business Finance (+ ACC203)      
Monday               9-11.30am          B2:38    
Thursday             6 - 8:30pm          B2:18    

DipBus630            Leadership        
Monday               1 - 3:30pm          B2:31    
Wednesday          1 - 3:30pm          B2:19    

DipBus635            Employment Relations (+ MAN235)         
Tuesday              1 - 3.30pm          B2:37    
Thursday             1 - 3.30pm          B2:37    

DipBus636            Applied Management     
Tuesday              6 - 8:30pm          B2:20    
Thursday             6 - 8:30pm          B2:20    

ACC201                  Financial Accounting      
Monday               12.30 - 3.00pm    B2:32    
Wednesday          12.30 - 3.00pm    B2:32    

ACC203                  Business Finance (+ 603)
Monday               9-11.30am          B1:10    
Thursday             6 - 8:30pm          B2:32    

ACC204                  Accounting Information Systems 
Wednesday          9-11.30am          B1:18    
Thursday             9-11.30am          B2:20    

RES280                  Research Methods (+ HTM203)   
Tuesday              3:30 - 6pm          B2:32    
Wednesday          3:30 - 6pm          B2:32    

MAN215                                Organisational Behaviour           
Tuesday              3.30 - 6pm          B2:18    
Thursday             3.30 - 6pm          B2:18    

MAN232                                Operations Management (+ HTM209)      
Wednesday          3.30 - 6pm          B2:38    
Friday                9 - 11.30am        B2:38    

MAN233                                Human Resource Management    
Monday               9 - 11.30am        B2:19    
Thursday             9 - 11.30am        B2:37    

MAN235                                Employment Relations (+ 635)    
Tuesday              1 - 3.30pm          B2:37    
Thursday             1 - 3.30pm          B2:37    

MKT274                 Pricing and Distribution Management       
Monday               1 - 3.30pm          B2:20    
Wednesday          1 - 3:30pm          B2:20    

HTM201                 Tourism and Hospitality Studies II           
Tuesday              1 - 3:30pm          B2:19    
Wednesday          1 - 3:30pm          B2:38    

HTM202                 HRM in the Tourism and Hospitality Industry         
Monday               1 - 3.30pm          B2:19    
Thursday             1 - 3:30pm          B2:19    

HTM207                 ER & Law for Tourism and Hospitality       
Tuesday              9 - 11:30am        B2:20    
Thursday             9 - 11:30am        B2:19    

HTM209                 Hospitality Operations Management (+ MAN232)  
Wednesday          3.30 - 6pm          B2:37    
Friday                9 - 11.30am        B2:37    

HTM203                 Tourism and Hospitality Research and Analysis (+ RES280)
Tuesday              3:30 - 6pm          B2:32    
Wednesday          3:30 - 6pm          B2:32    

ACC304                  Applied Research Project - Accounting  
Individual                                                                        

ACC305                  Auditing
Wednesday          9 - 11:30am        B2:31    
Friday                9 - 11.30am        B2:31    

HTM303                 Tourism and Hospitality Industry Project  
Individual                                                                        

HTM304                 Contemporary Issues in Hotel Management          
Monday               3.30 - 6.00pm      B2:17    
Thursday             3.30 - 6.00pm      B2:17    

HTM310                 Event Management       
Wednesday          9 - 11:30am        B2:19    
TBA                   TBA      

HTM320                 Internship Study           
Individual                                                                        

CON359                 Contemporary Issues     
Tuesday              9 - 11:30am        B2:31    
Thursday             1 - 3.30pm          B1:10    

IBS390                  International Business   
Tuesday             12.30 - 3.00pm    B2:31    
Friday                12.30 - 3.00pm    B2:38    

MAN336                Applied Research Project - Management  
Individual                                                                        

MKT374                Applied Research Project - Marketing    
Individual                                                                        

ICE360                  Industry Consultation    
Individual                                                                        

 

 Note:    Students are required to attend both weekly sessions                 

 Papers, times, locations are subject to confirmation and change   

BCOM SEMESTER 1 TEXTBOOK LIST 2017    

ACC102 Introduction to Accounting (Required)
Accounting: an introduction -9781486004546
2nd Edition
Atrill, P.,  McLaney, E, Harvey, D., Jenner, M., Weil, S
Pearson

COM140 Professional Communication (Required)
Communication: organisation and innovation - 9781442541535
3rd Edition
Barnett, S. & O'Rourke, S.  

LAW110 Commercial Law  
Understanding commercial law - 9781927248157
8th Edition
Gerbic & Miller  

MAN130 Principles of Management (Required)
Management the Essentials-9781488609077
3rd Edition
Robbins, DeCenzo, Coulter, & Woods
Pearson

MKT171 Principles of Marketing (Required)
Marketing. Real people. Real choices. -9781442552722
2nd Edition
Solomon, M., Charbonneau, J., Marshall, G., & Stuart, E. (2012).
North Shore, NZ; Pearson Education. 

QNT165 Quantitative Analysis (Required)
Australian Business Statistics-9780170237000
6th Edition
Selvanthan, Selvanathan, Keller & Warrack
Cengage

ACC202 Management Accounting (Required)
Management Accounting: Information for Managing and Creating Value-9781743075906
7th Edition
Lang-field-Smith, Thorne and Hilton
McGraw Hill

ACC206 Taxation (Required)
New Zealand Master Tax Guide for Students 
2017    
C.C.H. New Zealand

LAW210 Company Law (Required)
Understanding Company Law -9781927248195
3rd Edition
Jonathan Barrett 
LexisNexis

LAW210 Company Law (Required)
CCH Companies and Securities Legislation for Students 9781775472162 2017    

RES280 Research Methods  
No required text (readings)      

MAN215 Organisational Behaviour (Required)
Organisational behaviour-Global Ed 9781292056555  
Robbins, S. Judge,
T Pearson 

MAN232 Operations Management (Required)
Operations Management-9781292098678
8th Edition
Slack, Brandon-Jones, Johnston NJ;
Pearson Education.

MKT271 Consumer Behaviour (Required)
Consumer behaviour: buying, having, being.-9781442553583
3rd Edition
 Solomon, M.R., Russell-Bennett, R., & Previte, J. (2013).
NSW; Pearson Australia.

ACC301 Advanced Financial Reporting (Required)
NZ Financial Accounting -9780071013086
6th Edition
Craig Deegan & Grant Samkin 
McGraw Hill

ACC302 Advanced Management Accounting (Required)
Management Accounting: Information for Decision-Making and Strategy Execution-9780273769989
6th Edition
Atkinson, A. Kaplan, R. Matsumra, E. Young, S.
Pearson Education

ACC304 Applied Research project - Accounting (Required)
Research methods for business students - 9781292016627
7th Edition
Saunders, M., Lewis, P. & Thornhill, A. (2016).
Pearson Education.

CON359 Contemporary Issues  
No required text (readings)      

MAN334 Strategic Management (Required)
Strategic Management: Competitiveness and Globalisation-9780170227643
5th Edition
Hanson, D., Hitt, M., Ireland, R. & Hoskisson, R. (2011).
Cengage Learning

MAN336 Applied Research Project - Management (Recommended)
Research methods for business students-9781292016627
7th Edition
Saunders, M., Lewis, P. & Thornhill, A. (2016).
Pearson Education.

MKT374 Applied Research Project - Marketing (Recommended)
Research methods for business students-as above 9781292016627
7th Edition
Saunders, M., Lewis, P. & Thornhill, A. (2016).
Pearson Education.

ICE360 Industry Consultation  
Research methods for business students - 9781292016627
7th Edition
Saunders, M., Lewis, P. & Thornhill, A. (2016).
Pearson Education.

 

BCOM SEMESTER 2 TEXTBOOK LIST 2017    

ACC103 Accounting Practices  
Accounting Practices (NZ context) - 9781442562554
3rd Edition
McIntosh  

COM140 Professional Communication
Communication: organisation and innovation - 9781442541535
3rd Edition
Barnett, S. & O'Rourke, S.  

ECN120 Economics  
Essentials of economics - 9781442558069 (2nd) or 9781 486022847 (3rd).
2nd or 3rd Edition
Garnett, A.M., Lewis, P., Hubbard, R.G., & O’Brien, A.P  

MAN130 Principles of Management  
Management the Essentials
3rd Edition
Robbins, DeCenzo, Coulter, & Woods
Pearson

QNT165 Quantitative Analysis (Required)
Australian Business Statistics-9780170237000
6th Edition
Selvanthan, Selvanathan, Keller & Warrack
Cengage

ACC201 Financial Accounting (Required)
NZ Financial Acounting - 9780071013086
6th Edition
Deegan & Samkin  

ACC203 Business Finance (Required)
Contemporary Financial Management - 9780538479172/ 9780324653502
13th Edition
Moyer, McGuigan and Kretlow  

ACC204 Accounting Information Systems (Required)
Accounting information systems (Asutralasian Ed) - 9781442542594
1st Edition
Romney, Steinbart, Mula, McNamara, Tonkin  

RES280 Research Methods  
No required text (readings)      

MAN215 Organisational Behaviour  
Organisational behaviour in NZ 
3rd Edition
Elkin, Jackson & Inkson (2007)
Pearson

MAN232 Operations Management (Required)
Operations Management
7th Edition
Slack, Brandon-Jones, Johnston NJ;
Pearson Education.

MAN233 Human Resource Management (Required)
Human Resources Management in New Zealand -9781877371271  
Rudman, R. (2010)  

MAN235 Employment Relations (Required)
Employment Relations in New Zealand - 9781877371530
2nd Edition
Rasmussen, E. (2009)   

MKT274 Pricing and Distribution Management
No textbook required        

ACC304 Applied Research project - Accounting (Required)
Research methods for business students - 9780273750758
6th Edition
Saunders, M., Lewis, P. & Thornhill, A. (2012).
Pearson Education.

ACC305 Auditing (Required)
Auditing - Theory and Practice in New Zealand
6th Edition
Van Peursem, K.A., Pratt, M.J. and Cordery, C. 
Pearson Education New Zealand

CON359 Contemporary Issues  
No required text (readings)      

IBS390 International Business (Required)
International Business: The new realities 9780273787068 - Global Edition
3rd Edition
Cavusgil, S. Knight, G. Riesenberger, J. (2014)  

MAN336 Applied Research Project - Management (Recommended)
Research methods for business students - 9780273750758
7th Edition
Saunders, M., Lewis, P. & Thornhill, A. (2012).
Pearson Education.

MKT374 Applied Research Project - Marketing (Recommended)
Research methods for business students - 9780273750758
7th Edition
Saunders, M., Lewis, P. & Thornhill, A. (2012).
Pearson Education.

ICE360 Industry Consultation  
Research methods for business students - 9780273750758
7th Edition
Saunders, M., Lewis, P. & Thornhill, A. (2012).
Pearson Education.

Expand