Semester 2

 

Timeframe:

 

12 weeks of teaching.

End of January to late April/start May.

Combination of continuous assessment (group & individual) and some exams.

Exams in mid May. All Semester exams take place in the evening.

 

Modules:

 

Leadership & EntrepreneurshipDevelop a strategic overview of how management can drive and lead entrepreneurship within an organisation. Acquire the tools to promote and drive an entrepreneurial organisation. Develop an awareness of leadership styles and their relative merits. 


Management Control & Decision Making - Understand the role of management accounting within the decision and control contexts of organisations.  Develop an awareness of ethical issues that may arise.  Lean to use management accounting information and fundamental accounting techniques in managerial planning, control and decision making. Critically evaluate the design and implementation of management control systems and decision models.


Organisation Behaviour & Theory - Understand management as a process of thinking, analysing and acting. Interrogate organisations as a political system by examining interests, conflict and power.  Develop organising and management skills. Learn how to accomplish change within an organisation. 


Corporate Finance - Acquire practical tools to enable informed financial management decision making. Acquire an understanding of the theoretical concepts underpinning the financial markets. Develop an understanding of financial markets and their influence on decision making.