This programme is specifically designed to provide:
What you will study
Level 1 comprises 10 common modules within all management awards. The Legal, Business Environment and Computing & IT in the Workplace modules provide a context within which businesses operate.
The Business & Communications Skills and Introduction to Services Management modules provide the skills and competence that will be used throughout the programme. You are then introduced to the four principal functions of a business – Management, Marketing, People Management and Accounting. Important and relevant skills for independent learning are also introduced.
In addition to the above, all students are also required to successfully complete General Studies modules as stipulated by the Malaysian Qualification Agency, as well as fulfill credit requirements for Co-Curricular Activities.
The emphasis is on Marketing and Customer Value Delivery alongside the more practical issues of managing for enterprise, performance and problem-solving.
Marketing is developed through studies of Information (Research and Advertising), Electronic Marketing (Interactive Marketing & E-Marketing) and an understanding of Customer Relations and of Creativity & Innovation.
The emphasis is on Marketing strategy and decision-making alongside further issues of managing for enterprise, performance and problem-solving. Central to your studies is the consideration of exciting new opportunities to develop New Products and to be able to develop effective Marketing Communications which integrate the wide array of media available. Brand Management and the consideration of Customer Relationships explore the competitive advantage which can be exploited by proper use of such intangibles. The application of Marketing in various growth sectors is also considered through modules in Retail Marketing and Marketing People, Places and Performance.
The Project further develops the academic and practical aspects of your chosen area of study in Marketing Management and reinforces your independent learning skills.
Any area of general business but more likely in marketing research, brand management, sales promotions & advertising, retail management, distribution management, sales and sales management, customer service and customer relationship management.
Source: Asia Pacific University