Bachelor of Business (Management & Finance)

King’s Own Institute

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Course Duration: 156 weeks Campus: Sydney Rating on social media: 5.0 CRICOS Course Code: 070367M
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The Bachelor of Business (Management & Finance) offers a broad understanding of the concepts and practices of management and finance, combined with a sound knowledge of the functional areas of business. The program focuses on preparing managers for challenging roles in the global environment, with a particular focus on preparing students for management roles in the banking and finance, financial services and other business areas.

The course requires students to study a total of 24 subjects over 6 trimesters. It contains 18 core subjects and 6 electives allowing students more flexibility in tailoring their course to their specific area of interest for future career aspirations. The advanced level core subjects include 6 Business/Management and 4 specialist Finance subjects. Additional Accounting and Financial Accounting subjects contribute to the Finance elements of the course, while students also study a range of related business and management subjects designed to provide a broad understanding of the management and finance challenges faced in business. The subjects covered include law, marketing, statistics, logistics, and entrepreneurship.

Graduates of the Bachelor in Business (Management and Finance) may find entry level employment in Sales and/or Marketing Management, Business Consultancies, Real Estate Management or Banking among other career paths.

Graduates of the Bachelor in Business (Management and Finance) are eligible to apply for admission into a number of postgraduate qualifications in Australia and overseas. Graduates may also apply to study the Masters of Accounting or Masters of Professional Accounting with KOI.

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