Bachelor of Commerce in Business Management - BCOM
The Bachelor of Commerce in Business Management teaches you about the different functions of business, including administration, business practice, market research, management information systems, organisational behaviour, corporate governance, corporate law, finance, and more.
Take charge as a student on campus, and build your CV through extracurricular activities, like joining the SRC or a sports club, and develop skills that will bring out the inner leader in you.
YEAR 1: SEMESTER MODULES
*Indicates subjects that need to be completed in the sequence stipulated.
Business Management 1*
Economics 1 (Microeconomics)*
Financial Accounting 1*
Business Practice and Administration
Economics 2 (Macroeconomics)
YEAR 2: SEMESTER MODULES
Business Management 2
Financial Accounting 2
Management Information Systems
Principles of Corporate Governance
YEAR 3: SEMESTER MODULES
Operational Risk Management
Knowledge Management and Administration
Total Quality Management
Workplace Integrated Learning** (Project)
A Grade 12 Certificate with admission to degree studies.
The minimum admission requirement is a National Senior Certificate (NSC) with a minimum of 30% in the language of learning and teaching of the higher education institution (English), coupled with an achievement rating of 4 (Adequate Achievement, 50- 59%) or better in four subjects chosen from the designated subject list.
Students who achieve 24 points or more may be admitted to the degree programme with no restrictions.
Applicants 23 years and older, with four Grade 12 subjects, and with at least 3 passes in one sitting, with a minimum 3 E’s (SG) and one E (HG) symbols, may apply for a conditional exemption.
Mature age applicants, 45 years and older without a school leaving qualification, may apply for conditional exemption.
Foreign Students whose first language is not English, may be required to provide proof of proficiency in English prior to admission to the programme.
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