Management involves organising teams of people and boosting business performance.
Explore how businesses function, and how you can influence processes, resources, and workers to get the best results.
- Study a range of topics and theories of management, including organisational behaviour, how to lead others, manage projects, and drive innovation.
- Consulting projects and internship opportunities in the final year will place you in real-world organisations to work on challenges the organisation is facing.
For the major in the Bachelor of Commerce, complete the following courses:
- MGMT206 Organisational Behaviour
- MGMT207 Principles of Human Resource Management
- Two courses chosen from these options
- MGMT301 Leading Change and Innovation
- MGMT344 Strategic Management
- Two 300-level courses chosen from MGMT or MKTG
Only one of MGMT303 Leading and Managing People: Essential Employment Frameworks, MGMT308 Advanced Human Resource Management, or MGMT331 Learning and Development in Organisations may be included.
For the complete three-year BCom Management major degree plan, see Te Kura Umanga | UC Business School website.
Managers are found in every kind of industry, working and coordinating individuals and teams all the way to top-level business positions.
Some career pathways could include:
- Public relations executive
- Business development manager
- Human resources manager
- Strategic analyst.
Find out more about what you can do with a degree in Management.
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