Business Administration – curtin

Curtin-University

Business Administration

Curtin-University

Business Administration

About

The Programme

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)

A Bachelor of Business Administration is an international qualification that develops broad business knowledge, ensuring you are a highly adaptive graduate ready to pivot to the needs of industry. You’ll be cross-skilled in various areas of business, be ready to work in a dynamic environment and pivot to the needs of the industry.

Study our foundation units

In the first year of the Business degree program, you will explore core competencies in business, learn to use financial information to make informed and responsible decisions, and develop your business intelligence and analytical capabilities to interpret data in a meaningful way. You will complete management foundation units aligned to global trends, and develop skills across marketing, finance, human resources, project management and strategic management.  You will graduate ready to meet the challenges of industry.

Develop expertise

In addition to the core units, you will study three specialisations during the course. The specialisation includes International Management, Digital Marketing and Innovation and Entrepreneurship. These give you the freedom to personalise your degree, and enhance your career choices and marketability in the international business arena.

International Management
Specialisation

This specialisation prepares students for their global career with a focus on managing international operations in cross-cultural or cross-national environments in emerging countries. Students learn to analyse the impact of the global as well as local environments on management and organisations, leadership, competition, sustainability, responsibility, and ethics. Learning real-life management cases and problems and developing solutions are an integral part of this specialization.

Digital Marketing specialisation

Digital Marketing specialisation opens the door to digital marketing and how it applies across the dynamic world of business and beyond. You can choose to study topics including how to design user experiences, create digital marketing strategies and manage social media platforms.

Innovation and Entrepreneurship
specialisation

This specialisation is designed for enterprising people who want to become entrepreneurs as founders of fast-growing businesses or work as internal corporate entrepreneurs for innovative organisations. You’ll gain skills in problem solving, planning, organising, and managing innovation and develop your skills, knowledge, and expertise in starting, running and growing an entrepreneurial venture. This specialisation provides breadth in innovation, entrepreneurship, creativity, design thinking and prototyping for innovative individuals or those wishing to work as internal corporate entrepreneurs.

An Elite Global University

SLIIT International offers the Bachelor of Business Administration in partnership with Curtin University. Curtin Business School is accredited by AACSB (Association to Advanced Collegiate Schools of Business), UN Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME), and holds 4 Palmes of Excellence rating from the Eduniversal Business School. AACSB accreditation is awarded to business schools that meet strict standards of quality academic and professional excellence. It is known worldwide as one of the most recognized forms of professional accreditation earned by an institution’s business programs.

Career Opportunities

Most industries and organizations, whether private or public, local or international, employ business graduates. The BBA’s strong business focus enables graduates to manage people, projects, financial resources, and operations. By choosing specialisations, you can contextualize your management skills in areas such as;
  • Small Business
  • Digital Marketing
  • Retail and Supply Chains
  • Corporate Governance
  • Social Leadership and Ethics

COURSE Overview

Bachelor Degrees prepare students to develop broad and coherent knowledge and skills in a discipline for professional work and further learning corresponding to AQF level 7 qualifications.

A Bachelor of Business Administration is an international qualification that develops broad business knowledge, covering essential business areas such as marketing, finance, human resources, project management and strategic management. It prepares you for employment in all sectors and industries and equips you with a diverse range of skills, ensuring you are a highly adaptive graduate ready to pivot to the needs of industry.

Within this course you can study three career-focused specialisations that suit your aspirations. These give you the freedom to personalise your degree, and enhance your career choices and marketability in the international business arena.

Professional recognition

Curtin Business School is accredited by AACSB (Association to Advanced Collegiate Schools of Business), UN Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME), and holds 4 Palmes of Excellence rating from the Eduniversal Business School.

Career opportunities

Most industries and organisations, whether private or public, local or international, employ business graduates. The BBA’s strong business focus enables graduates to manage people, projects, financial resources, and operations. By choosing specialisations, you can contextualise your management skills in areas such as
  • Small Business,
  • Digital Marketing,
  • Event Management,
  • Tourism and Hospitality,
  • Retail and Supply Chains,
  • Business Project Management,
  • Corporate Governance,
  • Property Investment,
  • Social Leadership and Ethics, and a whole host more. The choice is yours!

Entry and completion details

Applicants for a Bachelor Degree are required to meet University academic and English language entry standards; details are provided at http://study.curtin.edu.au/ and include flexible entry pathways. Any specific course entry and completion requirements must also be met. All Curtin courses have compulsory and other core capabilities that are essential for demonstrating the achievement of course learning outcomes and graduation. Students who are unable to meet or demonstrate those requirements, now or in later stages during their studies, may seek reasonable adjustments by the University wherever possible to facilitate alternative ways of achieving those requirements. If reasonable adjustments cannot be accommodated, Curtin will discuss study options to find an alternative course of study or an exit degree. Any specific course entry and completion requirements must also be met.

STAT elements considered are WE and either V or Q.

Curtin course switcher criteria Our admission criteria for minimum entry apply to Curtin course switchers. For information on how to meet Curtin's minimum admission criteria, please see our admission criteria web page.

Higher education course switcher criteria

Our admission criteria for minimum entry apply to other higher education course switchers. For information on how to meet Curtin's minimum admission criteria, please see our admission criteria web page.

Credit for recognised learning

Applications for credit towards a course are assessed on an individual basis. Credit reduces the amount of learning required to complete the course and may be granted for formal education qualifications, non-formal learning from non-award programs of study and informal learning through work experiences. Further information can be found at https://www.curtin.edu.au/study/applying/credit-recognised-learning/

Pathway to further study

Graduates may qualify for entry to a Bachelor Degree with Honours and some Graduate Certificates, Graduate Diplomas and Master degrees. For further details, see the University website http://curtin.edu.au

Duration and availability

3 years full-time study or equivalent part-time

Learning outcomes

Bachelor Degrees typically contain a series of units which may include compulsory (core), optional or elective units to cater for student preferences. They may contain a range of majors, streams and/or minors for students to choose from to pursue learning in a specialised area of study.

The course starts with a business foundation year, where students will explore value creation in business, learn to use financial information to make informed and responsible decisions, and develop business intelligence and analytical capabilities to interpret data in a meaningful way.

Students go on to complete management foundation units aligned to global trends and develop skills across marketing, finance, human resources, project management and strategic management. In addition to the business and management foundation, students study three career-focused specialisations (minors) that align with their career aspirations. Students have the flexibility to choose two business specialisations and can either take a third business specialisation or a specialisation from outside the business discipline. Students have freedom within the degree to build their career portfolio, developing breadth of knowledge across disciplines. This enables students to cross skill, and enhances marketability upon graduation.

All students will complete a capstone unit in the final year.

Course learning outcomes

  • Apply discipline knowledge to solve business problems and create business solutions that consider the changing global business environment
  • Examine responsible business practices in local and global business settings and how this should inform responsible business decision making
  • Demonstrate cultural competency through business decision making that considers cultural diversity and ways of working that are respectful and responsible
  • Apply theoretical knowledge to create solutions valued by business stakeholders in real world workplace settings
  • Use relevant technologies to extract and communicate information that solves business problems in ways that demonstrate professional integrity and responsible business practice.

Additional course expenses

Students may be expected to purchase a number of textbooks and other essential study materials.

Course structure

In year 2, students have the flexibility to choose two business specialisations and can either take a third business specialisation or a specialisation from outside the business discipline.

Curtin University reserves the right to alter the internal composition of any course to ensure learning outcomes retain maximum relevance. Any changes to the internal composition of a course will protect the right of students to complete the course within a normal timeframe and will not result in additional cost to students through a requirement to undertake additional units.

Entry Requirements

  • 12TH Pass with minimum 60%
  • Preferrable IELTS Score of minimum 6.0.

Computing Course Fee (AUD) – February 2024 Intake

Sri Lanka Australia
Year 1 $7,702
Year 2 $7,834
Year 3 $8,282
Total $23,818

Information for international students

If you are an international student studying on a student visa, you must undertake a full-time load in each study period. There may be additional admission criteria that must be met. For more information, you can refer to the International Students’ website. If you do not hold a student visa or are studying outside of Australia, you have the option to study full-time, part-time and/or fully online depending on course and unit availabilities as well as your in-country visa requirements.

Acknowledgement of inherent requirements

I understand that all Curtin courses have compulsory and other core capabilities that are essential for demonstrating the achievement of course learning outcomes and graduation. If I am unable to meet or demonstrate those requirements, now or in later during my studies, reasonable adjustments will be sought by the University wherever possible to facilitate alternative ways of achieving of those requirements. If reasonable adjustments cannot be accommodated, Curtin will discuss study options to find an alternative course of study or an exit degree.

Student rights and responsibilities

As a Curtin University student, you are part of the Curtin community and as such, you have rights and responsibilities. Some relate to your work as a student, such as academic integrity and copyright. Others relate to your use of resources and the way you behave around other students. Students are expected to abide by the University’s statutes, rules, by-laws, policies and procedures as amended from time to time. You can find further information about your rights and responsibilities on the Student Essentials website.

Disclaimer of liability

You can access the full disclaimer of liability on the Study website.

LOCATION

Northern UNI, Jaffna

DURATION

3 Years

Award code

BBA(Curtin)

CRICOS Code

018007A

How to Apply In Six Steps

01

IDENTIFY YOUR PREFERRED COURSE

You can find out all the details regarding your preferred course through our website and handbook available, and make your selection of the degree program you wish to follow
02

CHECK YOUR ENTRY ELIGIBILITY

View the entry requirements for your preferred course and verify your eligibility to join the program.
03

APPLY ONLINE

Click the link and fill out the online form and submit it for review. REGISTRATION FEB 2024 INTAKE
04

REGISTRATION PROCESS

Once your initial application is received, out admissions team will contact you on how to proceed.
05

RECEIVE YOUR OFFER LETTER

Once Curtin has accepted your application you will be mailed the offer letter for the degree program
06

ACCEPT YOUR OFFER

Accept the offer from Curtin, meet your conditions and make the relevant semester payments.
Documents Required in the Registration Process
  • Birth Certificate/ NIC/ Passport in English,
  • Academic transcripts (10th, 12th etc.),
  • Passport size profile photo.
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Hotline

+94771471471

Northern UNI, 239, Arasady Road, Kantharmadam, Jaffna

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