Second Year Compulsory Courses

AM5112 Business Statistical Analysis - (15 credits) 
To enable you to make sense of numbers, graphs and fundamental statistical concepts; and to use, interpret and report them in a meaningful way in business practice.  This paper also provides a foundation for further study, qualitative and quantitative research and project management requiring an analytical approach. 
 
BM6201 Leadership - (15 credits) 
You will understand concepts and apply principles of leadership and be equipped to create a personal plan to develop leadership capabilities. 
 
BM6202 Human Resources and Employment Relationships - (15 credits) 
You will understand the roles, functions and application of human resource management and employment relationships within contemporary New Zealand organisations. 
 
AM6208 Organisational Behaviour - (15 credits) 
You will evaluate, analyse and assess the impact that individuals, groups, and structures have on the behaviour of people within organisations.  You will develop an analytical awareness of your personal and interpersonal behaviour and the effect of that behaviour as members of formal and informal working groups. 
 
BM5213 Introduction to e-Business - (15 credits) 
To introduce you to the fundamental principles and management of e‐Business and e‐Commerce, the underlying technologies with emphasis on Internet Technologies, and the application of tools and services to the development of e-Business. 
 
BM6203 Problem-Solving and Decision-Making - (15 credits) 
This course will provide you with a sound understanding of how to analyse the complex factors involved in problem solving and decision-making. You will learn to use a range of problem-solving strategies and analytical decision-making tools and develop an understanding of human factors which impact on decision making. 
 
BM7201 Business Transformation and Change - (15 credits) 
This course will give you an insight into the challenge associated with introducing change, especially strategic change in organisations. It will examine the forces that impact on an organisation in today’s business environment such as the pressures of deregulation, privatisation, social renewal, globalisation and other external and internal factors.  
 
BM7202 Business Sustainability - (15 credits) 
This course provides an overview of the environmental, social, economic, and governance aspects of sustainability management and how to address them to maximise business and product performance while managing changing stakeholder expectations. 

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