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EIT - Bachelors of Business Studies 2018

Bachelors of Business Studies 2018 with Description for International Applicants

Keywords: Bachelors,Business Studies,2018

BACHELOR OF 2018
BUSINESS STUDIES
Information for International applicants Napier and Gisborne

This degree will give you a strong foundation in business and help you
gain the skills today’s employers demand. You will benefit from a wide-
ranging business education with plenty of practical experience, and you
can choose to specialise in majors in:

• Accounting

• Management

• Marketing

• Management and Marketing

Small classes and experienced staff mean you will get the right level
of support to show employers you mean business. This programme
distinguishes itself by being practically orientated and having an
internship in the final semester for real-world learning. Our philosophy is
that business is a practical subject and that is how we teach it so don’t
be surprised when you are asked to solve problems in the complex world
of people and uncertainty.

CAREER OUTCOMES STUDENT PROFILE

Accounting Major Guo Jian (Jarvis) | China

Graduating with an accounting major will enable you to undertake “EIT teachers understand it can be difficult living away from
accountancy related work in the commercial and not-for-profit sectors. home. They take the initiave to support students who might
With appropriate course selections you will be able to meet the provisional need individual help. They are always encouraging.”
admission requirements Chartered Accountant (CA) with either Chartered
Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ) or CPA Australia. The Qualification Bachelor of Business Studies
Programme Coordinator can advise you on appropriate course selections.
Programme level Level 7
Management Major
Length Three years
Typical opportunities after graduation include the areas of: human
resources; operations management; or developing your own business.
You will work initially in roles such as Team Leader, Functional Manager or
Trainee, progressing to more senior positions with experience.

Marketing Major

Typical opportunities after graduation include work as a Marketing
Manager, Sales Manager, Account Manager or Product Manager and
progressing to more senior positions with experience.

CAREER OUTLOOK Start dates 19 Feb, 7 May, 23 July, 8 Oct
Fees NZ$ 19,900 per year

$ $ $ 6.0 (academic) with no band score lower than 5.5
$45,014 $56,455 IELTS requirements or equivalent.
$40,105
Median earnings two years Median earnings five years Total credits 3 years (360 credits) - 120 credits per year
Median earnings one year after study after study
after study

Job opportunities Employment rate two years Class times Classes are scheduled between 8.00am and
after study Study hours 5.00pm Monday - Friday. Approximately four
AVERAGE classroom hours per course per week
76%
POOR GOOD Approximately two hours for each classroom
Employment rate two years hour
after study

Location Napier: All majors
Gisborne: Accounting and Management majors
Source: https://www.careers.govt.nz/qualifications/view/HB3826/6007

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN MANAGEMENT: COURSE LIST
• Human Resources Management
GENERAL BUSINESS: • Operations Management Students take two 15 credit courses per term, or equivalent.
• Business Skills • Entrepreneurship/Starting your
• Management of Change LEVEL 5 COURSE CREDITS
• Communications own business
• Business Environment and • Career Management LEVEL 5

Economics • Business Strategy AC5.01 Introduction to Accounting and Taxation 15

IN ACCOUNTING: IN MARKETING: AC5.02 Applied Accounting 15
• Management and Financial • Marketing Research
• Branding AC5.03 Analysis of Financial Information 15
Accounting • Marketing Communication
• Business Finance AC5.04 Budgets for Planning and Control 15

BU5.01 Organisations in a New Zealand Context 15

BU5.02 Business Functions 15

BU5.03 Business Environment 15

BU5.04 Understanding Change 15

BU5.05 Quantitative Analysis 15

WORK EXPERIENCE BU5.06 Law for Business 15

The workplace component of the BBS degree involves: LM5.01 Operational Management and Compliance 15

1. Activities in the majority of courses such as external speakers and LM5.02 Business Planning and Team Engagement 15
visits.
LM5.03 Leadership 15
2. Specific courses such as Business Planning also include extensive
collaboration with local organisation LM5.04 Managing Projects 15

3. The capstone of the EIT Bachelor of Business Studies is the LEVEL 6
work based business project. Project available depends of major.
Accounting students take a 15 credit Industry Based Project. All AC6.01 Financial Accounting 15
other majors have the option of 30 credit Industry Based Project
or 45 credit Internship. Project selection is subject to Programme AC6.02 Management Accounting 15
Coordinators approval.
AC6.03 Principles of Managerial Finance 15

AC6.04 Taxation 15

AC6.05 Corporate Law 15

AC6.06 Internal Risk Management and Controls 15

BU6.01 Economic Thinking 15

ITPM6.31 Project Management 15

ENTRY CRITERIA LM6.01 Accounting and Finance for Managers 15

ACADEMIC ENTRY REQUIREMENTS LM6.02 Business Planning 15
Applicants must meet degree standard entry requirements. Approved
bridging programmes include the New Zealand Diploma in Business or LM6.04 Business Analysis 15
provisional entry without prerequisites for those over 20 years.
LM6.05 Health Services Management 15
ENGLISH LANGUAGE ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
Students are required to have attained an acceptable level of English LM6.06 Retail Operations 15
Language fluency. This may be demonstrated in a variety of ways,
including successful study in English, approved scores on TOEFL or IELTS LM6.07 Research Methods 15
(6.0 Academic) tests, completion of accepted international equivalents, or
completion of an EIT assessment. MG6.01 Supply Chain and Logistics Management 15

MG6.02 Designing and Improving Operations 15

MG6.03 Human Resource Management 15

MG6.04 Organisational Behaviour 15

MG6.05 Employment Relations 15

MK6.01 Marketing Management 15

MK6.02 Consumer Behaviour 15

MK6.03 Branding 15

MK6.04 Intergrated Marketing Communication 15

LEVEL 7

AC7.01 Advanced Financial Accounting 15

AC7.02 Advanced Management Accounting 15

AC7.03 Corporate Finance 15

AC7.04 Advanced Taxation 15

AC7.05 Audit and Assurance Services 15

AC7.06 Industry Based Learning (Accounting) 15

BU7.01 Special Topic 15

LM7.01 Business Project 30

LM7.02 Internship 45

LM7.03 Advanced Project Management 15

LM7.04 Strategic Business Analysis 15

LM7.05 Advanced Health Services Management 15

FIND OUT MORE: LM7.06 Retail Management 15
[email protected]
www.international.eit.ac.nz LM7.07 International Business 15

CONNECT WITH US: MG7.01 Strategic Management 15

MG7.02 Advanced Operations Management 15

MG7.03 Advanced Human Resource Management 15

MG7.04 Career Management 15

MG7.05 Entrepreneurship and Innovation 15

MK7.01 Strategic Marketing 15

MK7.02 Marketing Research 15

WORLD CLASS 'A' RATED TEACHING STAFF

The Tertiary Education Commission rates EIT as one of New Zealand’s top two institutes of technology and polytechnics for research. Our highly-
qualified academics are leaders in their subjects, delivering the most up-to-date and relevant information to certificate, diploma, degree and
postgraduate students. Attuned to ever-changing technologies, our tutors bring extensive work experience to teaching EIT’s certificate and other
industry-tailored programmes.

Our lecturers are highly trained professionals with particular areas of expertise in accountancy, management, economics, law, computing, marketing
and statistics. Staff also maintain contacts with other professionals through organisations such as the Chartered Accountants Australia and New
Zealand, CPA Australia, the New Zealand Law Society and the New Zealand Institute of Management.

NAME QUALIFICATION NAME QUALIFICATION
Nick Cordery BSc Hons, CIPD Certificate in Training Conrad Schumacher LLB (Hons), BA (Hons)
Practice, Cert Ed David Skelton PhD, ScEdD, MIS, Dip Bus Stud-IS,
Robbie Field PhD, BA Hons (Ind/Org Psychology), Barbara Stokes CALT
MA (HR), B Comm (Business Janet Turvey BSc Hons
Joana Frain Economics, Industrial Psychology) Noel Yahanpath
Lara Giles Jonathan Sibley MEd, BA Hons (Economics), PG Ed
Kim Hagen-Hall CA, BBS Richard Walford
Fin Hamilton Rebecca Clarke BSc (Maths), MBA, FAIBF
Steve Hinge PhD, Dip Tch, BEd, M Ed (1st class Louise MacKenzie
Donna Petry Hons) Regan Cotter PhD, MBA (Distinction), BA, F Fin
Ram Roy MEd, PGDipAdED, BBS, NZDipBus,
B Com (MSIS), LLB DipAppMgt, DipAdEd, CQA
BBS, NZDipBus
B Com Hons (Edinburgh), PGDip (Ed Leadership &
CA,(Scotland) Management), GD (Teaching), BBS
BBS, DipTchn
PhD, DBA, MBA DipMan

M Com

PhD. M Tech, B Eng, MPOMS (USA),
MCILT (NZ), PG DipBA (UC)

PROGRAMME INFORMATION BBS (MANAGEMENT, MARKETING MAJOR)
Year One
Typical courses taken in year one are indicated below:

BBS (ACCOUNTING MAJOR) COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE
Year One
BU5.01 Organisations in a New Zealand Context

COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE BU5.02 Business Functions

BU5.01 Organisations in a New Zealand Context BU5.03 Business Environment

BU5.02 Business Functions BU5.04 Understanding Change

BU5.03 Business Environment LM5.01 Operational Management and Compliance

BU5.04 Understanding Change LM5.02 Business Planning and Team Engagement

AC5.01 Introduction to Accounting and Taxation LM5.03 Leadership

AC5.02 Applied Accounting LM5.04 Managing Projects

AC5.03 Analysis of Financial Information

AC5.04 Budgets for Planning and Control

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

COURSE LEVEL 5 - BRIEF DESCRIPTION NO. OF NZQA
NO. CREDITS LEVEL
AC5.01
Introduction to Accounting and Taxation 15 5
AC5.02
To record and process a wide range of financial transactions manually, as well as using software and will apply 5
tax rules.

Applied Accounting 15

To apply accounting concepts and standards to prepare financial statements for a business entity and
determine internal controls to minimise financial risk for a business entity.

AC5.03 Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: AC5.01 Introduction to Accounting and Taxation 15 5

Analysis of Financial Information

To calculate, analyse and interpret financial information to inform decision making for a business entity and
evaluate debtor risk.

AC5.04 Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: AC5.01 Introduction to Accounting and Taxation 15 5
AC5.02 Applied Accounting

Budgets for Planning and Control

To prepare budgets and use budgets to monitor business performance for a business entity. Students will
act in accordance with the accounting profession’s Code of Ethics to research and communicate technical
financial information for a business entity’s performance.

BU5.01 Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: AC5.01 Introduction to Accounting and Taxation 15 5
BU5.02 15 5
BU5.03 Organisations in a New Zealand Context 15 5
BU5.04 To review and analyse business entities from a range of perspectives in an Aotearoa New Zealand context. 15 5
BU5.05 15 5
Business Functions
BU5.06 To apply knowledge of core business functions for operational efficiency and effectiveness. 15 5

LM5.01 Business Environment 15 5
LM5.02 To analyse environmental influences on a business entity. 15 5
LM5.03 15 5
LM5.04 Understanding Change 15 5
To contribute to innovation and change in organisations.

Quantitative Analysis
To introduce students to the statistical techniques available for the summarisation, analysis and interpretation
of data.

Law for Business
To introduce students to the structures and operation of the New Zealand legal system and legal processes,
the regulation of business, business structures and legal obligations and their application in the contemporary
environment.

Operational Management and Compliance
To apply techniques to improve operational management and compliance.

Business Planning and Team Engagement
To formulate a business plan that includes team engagement.

Leadership
To apply leadership skills to achieve organisational outcomes and change.

Managing Projects
To effectively manage a project.

COURSE LEVEL 6 - BRIEF DESCRIPTION NO. OF NZQA
NO. CREDITS LEVEL

AC6.01 Financial Accounting 15 6

To provide students with skills for preparation and use of financial statements prepared in accordance with
New Zealand Generally Accepted Accounting Practice (GAAP).

Pre-requisites AC5.01 Introduction to Accounting and Taxation
AC5.02 Year End Reporting
AC5.03 Financial Management and Risk
AC5.04 Planning and Control
or equivalent knowledge and skills

AC6.02 Management Accounting 15 6

To develop the skills to apply the fundamental management accounting concepts and techniques applicable
in the management and control of organisations.

Pre-requisites AC5.01 Introduction to Accounting and Taxation
AC5.02 Year End Reporting
AC5.03 Financial Management and Risk
AC5.04 Planning and Control
or equivalent knowledge and skills

AC6.03 Principles of Managerial Finance 15 6

To enable students to use the basic tools and techniques of finance and financial management and to apply
them in routine situations

Pre-requisite AC5.01 Introduction to Accounting and Taxation or equivalent knowledge and skills
Co-requisite BU5.05 Quantitative Analysis or equivalent knowledge and skills

AC6.04 Taxation 15 6

To provide students with an overview of the New Zealand taxation system with a focus on the compliance
requirements of taxpayers.

Pre-requisite AC5.01 Accounting Processes and Taxation or equivalent knowledge and skills

AC6.05 Corporate Law 15 6

To develop an understanding of the legal rules relating to companies, from incorporation to dissolution.

Pre-requisite BU5.06 Law for Business or equivalent knowledge and skills

AC6.06 Internal Risk Management and Controls 15 6

To enable students to articulate and analyse the interrelationships between the principles of corporate
governance, risk management and internal control, and how these principles are applied in both accounting
information and business systems.

Pre-requisite AC5.01 Introduction to Accounting and Taxation
AC5.02 Year End Reporting
AC5.03 Financial Management and Risk, and
AC5.04 Planning and Control, or equivalent knowledge and skills

BU6.01 Economic Thinking 15 6

To develop an understanding of the economic way of thinking.

Pre-requisites BU5.03 Business Environment or equivalent knowledge

ITPM6.310 Project Management 15 6

Students will be required to specify the requirements for project planning, to use project management
techniques and tools to monitor and control projects, using project management software, and applying
quality control techniques.

Pre -equisites LM5.04 Management projects or equivalent

COURSE LEVEL 6 - BRIEF DESCRIPTION NO. OF NZQA
NO. CREDITS LEVEL
LM6.01
Accounting and Finance for Managers 15 6
LM6.02
To enable students to use financial information effectively in managerial decisions and in discharging 6
LM6.04 accountability for organisational or investors' resources.
LM6.05 6
LM6.06 Pre-requisites BU5.01 Organisations in the New Zealand context, 6
LM6.07 BU5.02 Business Functions, 6
BU5.03 Business Environment AND 6
MG6.01 BU5.04 Understanding Change OR equivalent knowledge and skills
MG6.02 6
MG6.03 Business Planning 15 6
MG6.04 6
MG6.05 To produce a business plan in the context of a defined business scenario or case study. The business plan will 6
link financial, operations and marketing issues into a cohesive whole. 6

Pre-requisites BU5.01 Organisations in the New Zealand context,
BU5.02 Business Functions,
BU5.03 Business Environment,
BU5.04 Understanding Change OR equivalent knowledge and skills

Business Analysis 15

To develop understanding of the business analyst’s role as an agent of change at the operational level.

Pre-requisite BU5.05 Quantitative Analysis or equivalent knowledge and skills

Health Services Management 15

To introduce students to the role and responsibilities of management in health services, including the
ethical and legislative responsibilities of a manager in the healthcare sector and the effective management of
operational functions.

Retail Operations 15

To develop an understanding of how operations management, customer service knowledge, visual
merchandising and selling techniques are used in a retail management role.

Research Methods 15

To introduce students to a range of research methods employed by researchers and practitioners in business
disciplines. It explores the principles of scientific methods, examines the research process and research
design, the analysis and evaluation of data sets and the preparation, writing and presentation of research
material.

Pre-requisites BU5.05 Quantitative Analysis or equivalent knowledge and skills

Supply Chain and Logistics Management 15

To develop techniques to manage the chain of supplies.

Designing and Improving Operations 15

To implement techniques to design and improve business operations.

Pre requisite BU5.05 Quantitative Analysis or equivalent knowledge and skills

Human Resource Management 15

To provide students with an understanding of the roles, functions and application of human resource
management activities for the effective management of people in an organisation.

Organisational Behaviour 15

To provide students with a detailed examination and understanding of organisational behaviour related
variables, concepts, principles, practices and issues with relevance to the modern workplace.

Employment Relations 15

To understand the New Zealand employment relations system.

COURSE LEVEL 6 - BRIEF DESCRIPTION NO. OF NZQA
NO. CREDITS LEVEL
MK6.01
Marketing Management 15 6
MK6.02
To provide students with an understanding of contemporary marketing management. Students will develop 6
MK6.03 their skills in applying key marketing concepts to demonstrate marketing decision-making within the
organisational context. 6
MK6.04
Consumer Behaviour 15 6

To provide students with in-depth knowledge of the consumer decision process, influences on consumer
and buying behaviour, and the implications for marketing strategy. The course also considers contemporary
consumer and consumption issues faced by marketers, organisations, society.

Pre-requisite MK6.01 Marketing Management

Branding 15

To provide students with in-depth knowledge of contemporary branding, brand design and strategic brand
management; including the development, implementation and evaluation of integrated branding strategies.

Pre-requisite MK6.01 Marketing Management

Intergrated Marketing Communication 15

To provide students with in-depth knowledge of contemporary integrated marketing communications;
including planning, implementing and evaluating integrated marketing communications strategies to
communicate customer value and build relationships.

Pre-requisite MK6.01 Marketing Management

COURSE LEVEL 7 - BRIEF DESCRIPTION NO. OF NZQA
NO. CREDITS LEVEL
AC7.01
Advanced Financial Accounting 15 7
AC7.02
To develop an understanding and critical awareness of financial reporting issues in New Zealand and 7
AC7.03 internationally and demonstrate skill in preparing complex financial statements.
7
AC7.04 Pre-requisite AC6.01 Financial Accounting or equivalent knowledge and skills
7
AC7.05 Advanced Management Accounting 15
7
To identify, evaluate and apply appropriate traditional and contemporary management accounting tools and
theories in a business context.

Pre-requisite AC6.02 Management Accounting or equivalent knowledge and skills

Corporate Finance 15

To enable students to apply the concepts, theory and analytical techniques of modern corporate finance to
investment, financing and dividend decisions of a firm.

Pre-requisite AC6.03 Principles of Managerial Finance or equivalent knowledge and skills

Advanced Taxation 15

To provide students with skills to research tax problems and recommend solutions, including the ability to
integrate non-tax factors into their recommendations.

Pre-requisites AC6.04 Taxation or equivalent knowledge and skills

Audit and Assurance Services 15

To develop a critical awareness of the nature and purpose of assurance and auditing engagements, the
regulatory and professional environment and the process of conducting financial statement audits in New
Zealand.

Pre-requisite AC6.01 Financial Accounting or equivalent knowledge and skills

COURSE LEVEL 7 - BRIEF DESCRIPTION NO. OF NZQA
NO. CREDITS LEVEL
AC7.06
Industry Based Learning (Accounting) 15 7
BU7.01
LM7.01 To provide students with the opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge and skills in a real business 7
context. 7
LM7.02
Pre-requisites A minimum of 300 credits in the Bachelor of Business Studies or 60 credits in the \ 7
LM7.03 Graduate Diploma in Business
LM7.04 7
Special Topic 15 7
LM7.05
To provide students with an opportunity to investigate a business topic of their interest. 7
LM7.06
LM7.07 Pre-requisite 180 credits of degree-level study or equivalent knowledge and skills 7
7
Business Project 30

To provide students with the opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge and skills in a real business
context.

Pre-requisite A minimum of 300 credits in the Bachelor of Business Studies or 60 credits in the Graduate
Diploma in Business

Internship 45

To provide students with the opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge and skills in a real business
context.

Pre-requisite A minimum of 300 credits in the Bachelor of Business Studies or 60 credits in the
Graduate Diploma in Business

Advanced Project Management 15

To develop the knowledge and skills to specify a project and take on a project manager role.

Pre-requisite ITPM6.310 or equivalent knowledge and skills

Strategic Business Analysis 15

To develop an understanding of the business analyst’s role in facilitating and recommending change to
improve organisational performance at a systemic level.

Pre-requisite LM6.04 Business Analysis or equivalent knowledge and skills

Advanced Health Services Management 15

To enable students to critically examine aspects of the health service manager’s role including policy, strategy,
staff management and leadership.

Pre-requisite LM6.05 Health Services Management

Retail Management 15

To develop an understanding of the retail manager’s role in evaluating operational strategy, improving
business performance and evaluating leadership skills.

International Business 15

To enable students to understand and critically evaluate international business from a strategic perspective
and apply this knowledge and understanding to business opportunities in the Asia-Pacific Region.

Pre-requisites BU5.01 Organisations in the New Zealand context,
BU5.02 Business Functions,
BU5.03 Business Environment,
BU5.04 Understanding Change OR equivalent knowledge and skills

COURSE LEVEL 7 - BRIEF DESCRIPTION NO. OF NZQA
NO. CREDITS LEVEL
MG7.01
Strategic Management 15 7
MG7.02
To enable students to review critical aspects of organisational strategy evaluation and formulation. 7
MG7.03
Pre-requisites BU5.01 Organisations in the New Zealand context, 7
MG7.04 BU5.02 Business Functions,
MG7.05 BU5.03 Business Environment, 7
BU5.04 Understanding Change OR equivalent knowledge and skills 7
MK7.01
Advanced Operations Management 15 7
MK7.02
To design and apply operations strategy models & frameworks to business operations. 7

Co-requisites MG6.01 Supply Chain Management,
MG6.02 Designing and Improving Operations, or equivalent knowledge and skills

Advanced Human Resource Management 15

To understand and critically evaluate topical issues in the HRM field and prepare students to perform the
role of a strategic HRM business partner.

Pre-requisite MG6.03 Human Resource Management or equivalent knowledge and skills

Career Management 15

To give students the knowledge and skills to manage their careers in a contemporary business and careers
environment.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation 15

To develop students’ understanding of the theory and practice of entrepreneurship and innovation.

Pre requisite None but it is desirable for students to take complementary courses in business planning
and finance to form a cohesive package.

Strategic Marketing 15

To develop a strategic approach to marketing planning to achieve superior long-term marketing and
business performance within a competitive, global marketing environment.

Pre-requisite MK6.01 Marketing Management or equivalent knowledge and skills

Marketing Research 15

To develop an understanding of the role of marketing research in marketing decision making and the skills to
complete a comprehensive marketing research project.

Pre-requisite MK6.01 Marketing Management or equivalent knowledge and skills


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