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Bachelor of Applied Management

BI1401

Course details

  • Jul 2019
    Feb 2020
  • Three years
  • Full-time or Part-time
  • $6531 per year
  • You may qualify for fee free study under Fees Free Policy
  • Level 7
  • Available for International Students. International Fee Guideline
  • Hamilton City Campus

Summary

This degree is designed for those with a drive to succeed in business, with a practical focus, and a flexible structure. Students can choose from a range of majors and elective modules, and will gain a broad range of business skills, as well as specialist skills and work experience in their chosen major.

Students will have the opportunity to undertake collaborative real-world projects with students from other disciplines, and with industry. Majors in this degree include Accounting (optional CAANZ/CPA pathway), Event Management, Human Resource Management, Operations and Production Management, Sales and Marketing, Strategic Management, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Retail Management, and Supply Chain Logistics.

The practical focus of this degree increases the chances of employment when students graduate, and the small class sizes help to build strong one-on-one learning relationships with tutors.​ The flexible structure allows students to choose from a range of majors and a wide variety of elective modules.

This programme can be studied full-time or part-time to fit around family, life and work commitments.

What you'll learn

In their first year students will study eight compulsory modules, giving them a strong understanding across business management before they specialise in their second and third years. All students in their final year of study will complete Applied Work Integrated Learning (AWIL). This gives students an opportunity to be placed in industry, gain valuable work experience and complete an agreed piece of research, increasing the chances of employment when they graduate. 

In their second year students will study three modules specific to their major and a further three which could either contribute to a second major, or be elective modules based on the student's areas of interest. Students will also take the Applied Management and Research Methodology core modules.

Whether students choose one or two majors, if they study full-time, they'll still be able to complete their degree in three years.

View programme modules

Group A: Compulsory modules

Module code Module name Level Credits Pre-requisites Co-requisites
BIBM500Introduction to Accounting515  
BIBM521Commercial Law515  
BIBM550Introduction to Marketing515  
BIBM570Professional Communication515  
BIBM571Management515  
BIBM572Economics515  
BIBM574Business Computing515  
BIBM575Business Heritage, Culture and Sustainability 515  
BIBM577Management (People and Change) 515  
BIBM671Applied Management615BIBM571 
BIBM688Research Methodology615Students must complete and pass at least four (4) level 6 modules 
BIBM793Applied Practice730Students must complete and pass at least two (2) level 6 modules related to their major AND BIBM671 
BIBM794Applied Research730Students must complete and pass at least two (2) level 7 modules related to their major AND BIBM688 
BIBM792Applied Practice for Accounting (CAANZ/CPA Accounting pathway only)715

BIBM602

BIBM603

BIBM671

 

Group B: Accounting (non-NZICA/CPA pathway)

Module code Module name Level Credits Pre-requisites Co-requisites
BIBM602Intermediate Financial Accounting615BIBM500
BIBM501
 
BIBM603Intermediate Management Accounting615BIBM500 
BIBM604Taxation in NZ615BIBM500 
BIBM702Advanced Financial Accounting715BIBM602 
BIBM703Advanced Management Accounting715BIBM603 

Group C: Business transformation and change

Module code Module name Level Credits Pre-requisites Co-requisites
BIBM673Project Management615  
BIBM674Organisational Behaviour615  
BIBM676Principles of Leadership615BIBM571 
BIBM771Strategic Management715Students must complete and pass at least two (2) level 6 modules related to their major 
BIBM780Business Transformation and Change715 BIBM671
BIBM676
 

Group D: Event management

Module code Module name Level Credits Pre-requisites Co-requisites
BIBM630Event Logistics615BIBM571 or
BIBM577
 BIBM631
BIBM631Event Planning and Management 615BIBM571 
BIBM673Project Management615  
BIBM733Event Marketing and Sponsorship715BIBM500 
 Specified electives - one of the following:    
BIBM756International Marketing715Students must complete and pass at least two (2) level 6 modules related to their major 
BIBM775Business and Society715Students must complete and pass at least two (2) level 6 modules related to their major 

Group E: Food and beverage management

Module code Module name Level Credits Pre-requisites Co-requisites
BIBM610Food and Beverage Operations615  
BIBM632Catering Events Management615  
BIBM652Services Marketing Management 615BIBM500 
BIBM711Contemporary Issues in the Food & Beverage Industry715Two of the following:
BIBM610
BIBM632
BIBM652
 
BIBM771Strategic Management715 Students must complete and pass at least two (2) level 6 modules related to their major 

Group F: Hotel management

Module code Module name Level Credits Pre-requisites Co-requisites
BIBM640Facilities Management615  
BIBM641Rooms Division Operations Management615  
BIBM652Services Marketing Management 615BIBM500 
BIBM742Contemporary Issues in the Hotel Industry715Two of the following:
BIBM640
BIBM641
BIBM652
 
BIBM771Strategic Management715 Students must complete and pass at least two (2) level 6 modules related to their major 

Group G: Human resource management

Module code Module name Level Credits Pre-requisites Co-requisites
BIBM674Organisational Behaviour 615  
BIBM681Human Resources615  
BIBM682Industrial Relations615  
BIBM781Advanced Human Resource Management715Two of the following:
BIBM674
BIBM681
BIBM682
 
BIBM782Contemporary Issues in Human Resource Management715 Two of the following:
BIBM674
BIBM681
BIBM682
 

Group H: Innovation and entrepreneurship

Module code Module name Level Credits Pre-requisites Co-requisites
BIBM678Strategic Planning For Small Business 615  
BIBM683Entrepreneurship615  
BIBM684Innovation and Creativity 615  
BIBM783Managing for Growth715BIBM683 
BIBM784Product Development715 Students must complete and pass at least two (2) level 6 modules related to their major 

Group I: Operations and production management

Module code Module name Level Credits Pre-requisites Co-requisites
BIBM672Operations Management 615  
BIBM673Project Management615  
BIBM770Resource Integration Management715Students must complete and pass at least two (2) level 6 modules related to their major 
BIBM784Product Development715Students must complete and pass at least two (2) level 6 modules related to their major 
Specified electives – one of the following:
BIBM603Intermediate Management Accounting615BIBM500 
BIBM606Introduction to Finance615BIBM500 
BIBM681Human Resources615  
BIBM682Industrial Relations615  

Group J: Project management

Module code Module name Level Credits Pre-requisites Co-requisites
BIBM606Introduction to Finance615BIBM500 
BIBM672Operations Management 615  
BIBM673Project Management615  
BIBM770Resource Integration Management715 Students must complete and pass at least two (2) level 6 modules related to their major 
BIBM773Advanced Project Management715BIBM673
or prior experience with project management at a basic level
 

Group K: Sales and marketing

Module code Module name Level Credits Pre-requisites Co-requisites
BIBM651Marketing Planning and Control615BIBM550 
BIBM653Market Development and Sales615BIBM550 
BIBM654Consumer Behaviour615BIBM550
BIBM570
 
BIBM755Strategic Marketing715 Students must complete and pass at least two (2) level 6 modules related to their major 
BIBM756International Marketing715BIBM651
BIBM755
 

Group L: Sport management

Module code Module name Level Credits Pre-requisites Co-requisites
BIBM630Event Logistics615BIBM571 or
BIBM577
 BIBM631
BIBM676Principles of Leadership615BIBM571 
BIBM690Sport Facility Management615  
BIBM739Event Project715Students must complete and pass at least two (2) level 6 modules related to their major 
BIBM791Information and Policy in Sport Management715 Students must complete and pass at least two (2) level 6 modules related to their major 

Group M: Strategic management

Module code Module name Level Credits Pre-requisites Co-requisites
BIBM652Services Marketing Management615BIBM500 
BIBM676Principles of Leadership615BIBM571 
BIBM678Strategic Planning For Small Business615  
BIBM771Strategic Management715 Students must complete and pass at least two (2) level 6 modules related to their major 
BIBM775Business and Society715Two of the following:
BIBM652
BIBM676
BIBM678
 

Group N: Tourism management

Module code Module name Level Credits Pre-requisites Co-requisites
BIBM631Event Planning and Management 615BIBM571 
BIBM652Services Marketing Management615BIBM550 
BIBM660Tourism Principles and Transport615  
BIBM761Contemporary Issues in the Tourism Industry715Students must complete and pass at least two (2) level 6 modules related to their major 
BIBM762Tourism Policy and Planning715 Students must complete and pass at least two (2) level 6 modules related to their major 

Group O: Elective modules for all majors 
Electives can be selected from any module associated with a major and/or from the modules listed below:

Module code Module name Level Credits Pre-requisites Co-requisites
BIBM501Accounting Practices515  
BIBM573Business Statistical Analysis515   
BIBM576Skills for Academic Study515  
BIBM605Auditing and Assurance 615BIBM500
BIBM501
 
BIBM607Accounting Information Systems615BIBM500
BIBM501
 
BIBM608Special Topic615  
BIBM622The Law of Business Entities615BIBM521 
BIBM677International Trade and Finance615BIBM572 
BIBM709Special Topic715Students must complete and pass at least two (2) level 6 modules 

Group P: Core compulsory modules NZICA/CPA pathway

Module code Module name Level Credits Pre-requisites Co-requisites
BIBM500Introduction to Accounting515  
BIBM501Accounting Practices515  
BIBM521Commercial Law 515  
BIBM550Introduction to Marketing515  
BIBM570Professional Communication515  
BIBM571Management (Operations)515  
BIBM572Economics515  
BIBM573Business Statistical Analysis515   
BIBM575Business Heritage, Culture and Sustainability 515  
BIBM577Management (People and Change)515  
BIBM602Intermediate Financial Accounting615BIBM500
BIBM501
 
BIBM603Intermediate Management Accounting615BIBM500 
BIBM604Taxation in New Zealand615BIBM500 
BIBM605Auditing and Assurance615BIBM500
BIBM501
 
BIBM606Introduction to Finance615BIBM500 
BIBM607Accounting Information Systems615BIBM500
BIBM501
 
BIBM622The Law of Business Entities615 BIBM521 
BIBM671Applied Management615BIBM571 
BIBM688Research Methodology615Students must complete and pass at least four (4) level 6 modules 
BIBM702Advanced Financial Accounting715BIBM602 
BIBM703Advanced Management Accounting715 BIBM603 
BIBM792Applied Practice for Accounting (CAANZ/CPA Accounting pathway only)715

BIBM602

BIBM603

BIBM671

 

Note: Students must complete all of the modules in Group P to meet the NZICA academic component for admission to the College of Chartered Accountants (CA) and College of Associate Chartered Accountants (ACA). Students who complete the modules from the BAppMgmt Accounting major in Group B will not meet the NZICA requirements. Students enrolled in the Accounting major who wish to meet the NZICA requirements must choose the modules detailed in Group P above and complete the 45 credit Industry Project

Group Q: Retail management

Module code Module name Level Credits Pre-requisites Co-requisites
BIBM653Marketing Development and Sales615BIBM550 
BIBM654Consumer Behaviour615

BIBM550

BIBM570

 
BIBM758Retail Marketing715Students must complete and pass at least two (2) level 6 or 7 modules related to their major 
BIBM754Retailing Enterprise and Management715Students must complete and pass at least two (2) level 6 or 7 modules related to their major 
Specified electives - one of the following:
Module code Module name Level Credits Pre-requisites Co-requisites
BIBM652Services Marketing Management615BIBM550 
BIBM685E-Commerce615  

Group R: Option

Module code Module name Level Credits Pre-requisites Co-requisites
DFNZ701Design Factory 1730  

The 30 credit module DFNZ701: Design Factory 1 can be offered as an option within any Wintec degree programme, wherever the degree programme structures allows such an option.  Admission into the Design Factory module is on negotiation with the Centre Director or delegated authority and selection into the module is in line with the Design Factory process.

Group S: Supply chain logistics

Module code Module name Level Credits Pre-requisites Co-requisites
BIBM672Operations Management615  
BIBM673Project Management615  
BIBM685E-Commerce715  
BIBM770Resource Integration Management715Students must complete and pass at least two (2) level 6 modules related to their major OR equivalent knowledge and skills 
BIBM777Contemporary Issues in Supply Chain Management715Students must complete and pass at least two (2) level 6 modules related to their major OR equivalent knowledge and skills 

Major in Accounting

In this pathway students will learn the theory and practice of accountancy, critical thinking, decision-making and business analysis. The course also includes financial reports and business tax regulations. Before they graduate, students will complete an accounting project for a real business as their final assignment. There are two Accounting pathways to choose from - the non-CAANZ/CPA pathway, which has greater flexibility, or the CAANZ/CPA pathway, which allows potential to become a Chartered Accountant.

CAANZ/CPA pathway

This Accounting pathway allows graduates to be become a Chartered Accountant. This comes with a range of benefits and networks in New Zealand and around the world including membership in 11 countries like the UK, Canada, Hong Kong, USA and Japan. CAANZ is recognised in 165 countries as a member of the Global Accounting Alliance.

Graduates will be a finance, accounting and business professional as a Certified Practising Accountant (CPA). The CPA qualification focuses on strategy, leadership and global business skills, giving you the edge you need in today's dynamic business environment.

The CAANZ​/CPA pathway is very structured, which means students will be taking core modules each year of their degree and will be unable to study for a second major.

These core modules will give students a breadth and depth of skill to let them work as an accountant all over the world. In their third year students will also apply their skills on an industry project with a local business.

Click here for Accounting - CAANZ​ CPA study planner

 

Accounting - non-CAANZ/CPA pathway

Since it's more flexible, students have the option to study for a second major. In their first year, students will complete the eight core modules required for the Applied Management degree. These will provide the important broad skills needed to excel in any area of business. For the second year students will take three accounting major courses and choose three other courses, which can be used toward a second major. Students will also take the Applied Management and Research Methodology core modules.

In their third year students will study two more accounting major courses and two other courses toward their second major. Students will also apply their skill on work placement with a local business.

Click here for Accounting - Non CAANZ/CPA study planner

Major in Event Management

What you'll study

In their first year, students will complete the eight core modules required for this Applied Management degree. These will give students  the important broad skills they'll need to excel in any area of business. For the second year students will take three modules for their Event Management major, choose three other modules, which can be toward a second major, as well as two more core modules – Applied Management and Research Methodology. In the third year students will study two more Event Management modules and two other modules toward a second major. Students will also apply their skill on work placement with a local business.

Click here for Event Management study planner

Major in Strategic Management

What you'll study

In their first year, students will complete the eight core modules required for the Applied Management degree. These modules will give students the important broad skills they'll need to excel in any area of business. During their second year students will take three modules for the Strategic Management major, choose three other modules toward a second major, and study two core modules – Applied Management and Research Methodology. In the third year students will study two more Strategic Management modules and two other modules towards a second major. Students will also apply their skill on work placement with a local business.

Click here for Strategic Management study planner

Major in Operation and Production Management

Get the skills to become an economic powerhouse

The broad scope of this major equips students with the skills to get the best results out of people and processes. The skills gained allow graduates to plan and implement production efficiencies that translate to what every business needs: a better bottom line.

What you'll study

In their first year, students will complete the eight core modules required for the Applied Management degree. These will give you students important broad skills they will need to excel in any area of business. In the second year students will take three modules for the Operation and Production Management major, choose three other modules, which can be toward a second major, as well as two more core modules – Applied Management and Research Methodology. In their third year students will study two more Operation and Production Management modules and two other modules towards a second major. Students will also apply their skill on work placement with a local business.

Click here for Operation and Production Management study planner

Major in Human Resource Management

Make a career out of being a 'people person'

In this course, students will gain the essential skills needed to get the most from a team of workers. Students will learn about staff management, recruitment, employee performance, up-skilling and development, and resolving conflict in the workplace.

What you'll study

In their first year, students will complete the eight core modules required for the Applied Management degree. These modules will give students the important broad skills needed to excel in any area of business. For their second year students will take three modules for the Human Resources Management major, choose three other modules which can be toward a second major, as well as two more core modules – Applied Management and Research Methodology. In the third year students will study two more Human Resources Management modules and two other courses towards a second major. Students will also apply their skill on work placement with a local business.

Click here for Human Resource Management study planner

Major in Sales and Marketing

Putting consumer theory into practice

Students will graduate with skills in consumer behavioural analysis, domestic and international market theory and applied marketing campaigns.

What you'll study

In their first year, students will complete the eight core modules required for the Applied Management degree. These will give students the important broad skills needed to excel in any area of business. For the second year students will take three modules for the Sales and Marketing major, choose three other modules which can be toward a second major, as well as two more core modules – Applied Management and Research Methodology. In the third year students will study two more Sales and Marketing Management modules and two other modules towards a second major. Students will also apply their skill on work placement with a local business.

Click here for Sales and Marketing study planner

Major in Retail Management

Develop the art of successful selling

With this major students will develop skills in-store designs, marketing campaigns, customer in-store experiences and creating retail concepts to work in retail management.

Programme content

In their first year, students will complete the eight core modules required for the Applied Management degree. These will give students the important broad skills needed to excel in any area of business.​ In the second year three modules will be specific to retail management: services marketing management or e-commerce, marketing development, and sales and consumer behaviour. Students will also study applied management and select four other modules offered within the Bachelor of Applied Management (these could be part of a second major). In the third year students will study retail marketing and retailing enterprise and management. They will also take a research paper and choose one elective. In the third year students will undertake the co-operative education project.

Click here for Retail Management study planner

Major in Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Make your ideas a reality

In this major students will learn how to innovate and create game-changing products and services, build a great team, incorporate customers' feedback in developing a service or product, learn from failures and turn them into opportunities, raise funds needed for growth, and know how to choose an appropriate and timely exit strategy.

What you'll study

In their first year, students will complete the eight core modules required for the Applied Management degree. These will give students the important broad skills needed to excel in any area of business. In the second year student will take three modules for the innovation and Entrepreneurship major, choose three other modules which can be towards a second major, as well as two more core modules - Applied Management and Research Methodology. In the third year students will study two more innovation and entrepreneurship modules and two other modules towards a second major. Students will also apply their skill on work placement with a local business.

Click here for Innovation and Entrepreneurship study planner

Major in Supply Chain Logistics

What you'll study

In the first year, students will complete the eight core modules required for the Applied Management degree. These will give students the important broad skills needed to excel in any area of business. In the second year students will take three modules for the Supply Chain Logistics major, choose three other modules, which can be towards a second major, as well as two more core modules - Applied Management and Research Methodology. In the third year students will study two more Supply Chain Logistics modules and two other modules towards a second major. Students will also apply their skill on work placement with a local business.

Click here for Supply Chain Logistics study planner

Double major

Scheduling and workload

As a general guideline the expectation is that students will be required to be at Wintec up to five days per week (as a full time student).  This can be from Monday – Friday anytime between 8am and 7pm.  The maximum in-class time would be 16 hours per week plus self-directed study or work placement.

Ezra's Story


Ezra is a Wintec graduate of the Bachelor of Applied Management in Sales and Marketing and was a recipient of the Prime Ministers Scholarship which led him to completing a portion of his study in China.

Upon completion of his degree, Ezra secured a position with the Waikato Chamber of Commerce as a Business Development Manager.

Applied Work Integrated Learning

Applied Work Integrated Learning (AWIL) is a formal part of the Centre for Business and Enterprise's (CBE) Bachelor of Applied Management degree and Graduate Diploma programmes.

In a business student’s final year of study they will undertake AWIL - an opportunity for students to apply their knowledge in a real work environment.

Click here for more information on Applied Work Integrated Learning.

Design Factory

In their third year of study, students can apply to study the 30 credit Design Factory NZ module. This experience teaches a range of problem-solving methodologies, which students will apply to a real-world challenge provided by an industry partner. Students will work in a multi-disciplinary team alongside students from engineering, business, IT, sport and exercise science, media arts, and more. 

Joining Design Factory NZ will provide students with the opportunity to learn and work in new ways, prototype solutions to complex problems, and develop their soft skills of creativity, empathy and communication - all in high-demand for the workplace of the future.

Read more about Design Factory New Zealand here.

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Career/further opportunities

Depending on their major, graduates may go on to work in roles such as: human resource manager, management consultant, public administrator, accountant, financial controller, sales manager, marketing manager, advertising and business development, and specialist management positions.

Entry criteria

Candidates are required to have:

i) NCEA Level 3 comprised of 60 credits at NCEA Level 3 or above and 20 credits at NCEA Level 2 or above, including:
  (1) 14 credits each at NCEA Level 3 in three approved subjects; and
  (2) Literacy  (10 credits at NCEA Level 2 or above made up of 5 credits each in reading and writing); and
  (3) Numeracy  (10 credits at NCEA Level 1 or above); or

ii) 72 credits at NCEA Level 2 including:
  (1) At least 14 credits in each of four subjects; and
  (2) UE Literacy   - 10 credits at NCEA Level 2 or above made up of 5 credits each in reading and writing; and
  (3) UE Numeracy   - 10 credits at NCEA Level 1 or above; or

iii) Satisfied the criteria for entrance to a New Zealand University, or an equivalent qualification approved by the Programme Committee; or

iv) Completed an appropriate overseas School qualification; or

v) Completed a year of study at an overseas Secondary School, and gained the equivalent of 60 credits at NCEA Level 2 across four subjects.

Special admission

Domestic applicants aged 20 years or above who have not met the General Admission or entry requirements for a programme but whose skills, education or work experience indicate that they have a reasonable chance of success  may be eligible for Special Admission.  Special admission will be granted at the discretion of the relevant Head of School/Centre Director or designated nominee.  Such applicants may be required to successfully complete a foundation, bridging or tertiary introductory programme as a condition of entry into higher level programmes.

Provisional entry

Domestic applicants aged under 20 years who have not met the general academic admission and entry criteria for a programme but who can demonstrate a reasonable chance of success through other educational attainment and/or work or life experience may be eligible for provisional entry at the discretion of the relevant Head of School/Centre Director or designated nominee. Provisional entry places restrictions on re-enrolment to be lifted if the applicant’s performance is deemed satisfactory by the relevant Head of School/Centre Director or designated nominee.

English language requirements
Candidates who have English as a second language are required to have an International English Language Test System (IELTS) score of 6.0, with no individual band score lower than 5.5; or equivalent.

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Pathways

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Your first day

Are you ready for your first day of class? Check out your start date and where you need to be. You can also find useful information about studying at Wintec on our Welcome page.

Year one students starting Semester two

Date: 10 July 2019
Time: 9am - 11.30am
Venue:  The Atrium, City Campus

 

Returning students

Please see your timetable for your first day of class.

What you will need

Please bring pen and paper with you on your first day

Timetable information

All timetables are available via Timetable Net on our website.

How to find your way around

Parking and bus information

Both the Rotokauri and City campuses have parking available - permits are required. Learn more about parking. Find out about discounted bus services here.

Wintec pōwhiri/nau mai, haere mai

Wintec extends a warm invitation to all new students to attend a Pōwhiri to welcome the semester ahead. After formalities, light refreshments will be served in the marae dining room, Te Kōpū Mānia o Kirikiriroa, Wintec City Campus.

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Paying for your study

Course related costs

Additional information

Booklist

Book and equipment lists will be available at the Programme Induction

Purchasing textbooks

If your programme requires you to have access to textbooks, these can be purchased through a range of suppliers listed below:

Hamilton-based supplier

  • Bennetts (Bennetts has a store operating on campus at the University of Waikato, Hamilton)

New Zealand-based suppliers

General book suppliers

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Health status

Uniform

Equipment

Clinical placement

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