Undergraduate study in Management
In Management, you will study organisational environments and structures. You will study how people work as individuals and in teams. You will also explore universal organisational issues, including change, control, power and conflict.
What can you study in Management?
You can study Management as a single major or as a double major alongside one of the other majors offered within the Bachelor of Commerce. (These include Marketing and International Business.)
You can also study towards the Bachelor of Commerce in Management as part of a conjoint degree programme. (In a conjoint programme, you study for two degrees at once, attaining the qualification in a shorter time than it would take to complete the two programmes separately.)
You will learn about the world of work, how business organisations operate and the roles of people within these organisations. Your studies will include ethics, sustainability and other critical issues in business today.
- Understanding Organisations
- Understanding Work and People
- Management in Dynamic Contexts
- Managing People
- Organisational Ethics and Sustainability
- Critical Issues in Organisations
- Employment Law
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Where can undergraduate study in Management take you?
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