This practical and applied degree offers students real world skills that enable them to hit the ground running when they enter the workforce. With core skills provided in all majors, plus employability skills such as communication, the Bachelor of Applied Business Studies meet the needs of today's employers.
There are a wide variety of opportunities in industries for marketing, management, finance and hospitality graduates.
Auckland campus is offering an opportunity to specialise in finance using the Associated Chartered Accountant (ACA) or CPA Australia pathways. Contact the Auckland Campus on 09-379-4666.
This programme also offers a stand alone summer school course, International Business Management, at our Porirua campus.
The Bachelor of Applied Business Studies aims to satisfy the needs of both students and industry for a credible and practical study programme that will:
- help students recognise the relevance and importance of business knowledge to business communities within a modern society
- equip students with an understanding of the principles of business disciplines enabling them to appreciate and apply this knowledge in practice
- equip students with the personal, group and technical skills appropriate to practice Business Studies within the workforce
- develop in students a well integrated and applied knowledge of the major aspects of Business Studies and the ability to relate these to practical issues of management
- develop in the students the tools, techniques and models applied to the solution of business problems
- develop in students management and leadership abilities through independent research and investigation
- develop in students an appreciation of innovative, creative and entrepreneurial approaches to business development and issues
- students who have not graduated from the New Zealand Diploma in Business need to complete eight first year core papers
There are a number of specialisations available depending on which campus you study at:
- Finance - Auckland and Porirua campus (CA & CPA pathway - Auckland Only)
- Hospitality - Auckland campus
- Marketing - Auckland campus
- Management - Auckland and Porirua campus
- Introduction to Accounting
- Introduction to Commercial Law
- Economic Environment
- Organisation and Management
- Business Communication
- Computer Concepts
- Business Data Analysis
This course examines the patterns of international trade. You will identify economic and political factors that impact upon international business opportunities and assess social and cultural factors of international business operations; recognise international business issues for developing countries and identify international options for New Zealand organisations.
Runs November 2017 - February 2018.
Whitireia degree academic entry requirements; or evidence of successful study/work experience
Proven equivalence of entry requirements plus IELTS 6.0 (with no band lower than 5.5) or equivalent