|Abbreviation:||New Zealand Diploma in Business NZDipBus (Level 6)|
|Intakes:||February / April / July / September|
Applicants who have completed New Zealand NCEA Level 2 or international equivalent with 12 years school education.
The graduate will be able to:
The course is entirely based in the national qualification. It consists of twelve papers each worth 20 credits. To be awarded an NZDipBus you must have completed six of the seven core papers and have achieved 240 credits. Of this total number of credits, 80 must be at level 600. In addition you should not do more than three papers (60) credits at level 400. A variety of core and elective papers are taught each semester, please check paper availability before enrolling.
You must complete six of these seven core papers
|510||Introduction to Commercial Law|
|520||The Economic Environment|
|541||Fundamentals of Marketing|
|530||Organsiation and Management|
You must complete six elective papers. At least four of them must be at level 600. Of the twelve papers, no more than three can be at level 400. If you have completed seven of the core papers you may use one paper as an elective.
|430||Quantitative Business Methods|
|469||Academic Skills for Business Studies|
|580||Principles of Tourism|
|631||Strategic Planning for small business|
|633||Human Resource Management|
|644||Buyer Behaviour and Communication|
|648||Marketing Planning & Control|
|676||International Trade and Finance|
|685||Tourism Industry Management|
Students will understand financial statements and reports and be able to analyse and interpret business performance for sole traders and small companies.
Students will demonstrate knowledge of concepts and methods of data analysis, statistical inference and financial mathematics.
Students will recognise the skills of vocabulary acquisition and use, reading, note taking, critical thinking, writing and oral presentation in a business context.
Students will record and process financial transactions and prepare financial statements and cash budgets for entities in accordance with current accounting practices.
Students will demonstrate knowledge of commercial law, to enable application of legal reasoning.
Students will apply elements of economic theory to contemporary business issues.
Students will understand the factors that influence management and the organsiation and apply a wide range of factors.
Students will have a working knowledge of fundamental marketing concepts relevant to contemporary organisations.
Students will understand, discuss, evaluate and apply information technology to meet business requirements.
Students will apply communication knowledge and skills in the evolving context of New Zealand and global business.
Students will understand concepts of global tourism and apply this knowledge to the tourism industry in New Zealand.
Students will apply the regulatory and technical aspects of financial accounting and external reporting for companies and evaluate financial and non-financial information.
Students will collect, interpret, present and use relevant management accounting information for an organisation to effectively plan, control and make appropriate decisions regarding business operations.
Students will apply financial management knowledge and skills to a small or medium size business for decision-making purposes.
Students will apply knowledge of taxation rules to New Zealand taxable entities in a range of situations.
Students will develop a strategic plan for a small business in New Zealand.
Students will understand functions of operations management and apply techniques to ensure efficient and effective production of goods and services.
Students will understand the roles, functions and application of Human Resource Management within contemporary New Zealand organisations.
Students will apply knowledge of current employment relations legislation, processes and practices and understand the relationship of the parties involved.
Students will apply managements concepts to a business problem, writing a proposal for research and recommend solutions to the identified business problem.
Students will understand buyer behaviour and develop appropriate marketing communication strategies to reach consumer and organisation markets.
Students will produce an operational marketing plan for a market or business of interest.
Students will demonstrate an understanding of information systems and their effective management, and use information technologies to enhance business processes and contribute to achievement of organisational goals.
Students will apply knowledge of appropriate products, strategies and practices in the conduct, financing and settlement of international trade.
Students will apply business concepts to develop a business plan for a small to medium sized tourism venture.
Our staff will help you through the whole of the enrolment process, from choosing your course at the very beginning, through to finding accommodation and settling in when you arrive in New Zealand.