Qualification Overview

Qualification Title Bachelor of Business
Qualification Type Bachelor Degree
Level 7
Credits 360
Subject Area
  • Management and Commerce » Accountancy » Accounting
Strategic Purpose Statement
A graduate of the BBus will have the ability to succeed in business, having developed generic business skills, personal attributes and abilities, pursuit of further education, and discipline specific competencies. The graduate skills will reflect economic, political, legal, cultural, technological, social and natural environmental factors that influence business practice nationally and globally. Generic business skills: access, analyse, evaluate and use new and existing information to support effective decision-making; think logically, critically and creatively; work as a constructive team member, and work autonomously; take a leadership role when necessary; communicate effectively and persuasively in written and oral forms in a variety of formal and informal settings; effectively utilise information and communication technologies. Personal attributes and abilities; demonstrate self-confidence, self-responsibility, accountability and initiative; recognise and respond to change within the workplace and the wider business and community contexts; demonstrate sensitivity, empathy, understanding and appreciation of diverse peoples and cultures; apply their ethical and values framework to both business and personal situations; undertake self-directed professional development and life-long learning. BBus competencies; demonstrate conceptual and practical knowledge, skills and attitudes to effectively and pro-actively contribute to the operation of an organisation; apply personal and interpersonal skills, critical and creative thinking and entrepreneurial vision; apply technical skills, organisational skills, analytical and constructive cognitive skills, appreciative and judgemental cognitive skills, industry specific competencies, professional work ethic and values.
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Entry Requirements
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Developed By Te Pukenga - New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology
Quality Assured By New Zealand Qualifications Authority
Number MN4136
Status Discontinued
Created August 2003
Next Review December 2018
Discontinued December 2017

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