Institute of Technology or PolytechnicNelson Marlborough Institute of Technology
This course is available
Level of Study
Next start date
Expected Nov 2022
Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology
Gain applied business knowledge and hands-on skills connected to local industry so you can hit the ground running. Choose a single or double major in Accounting, Management or Marketing.
Specialise in accounting, management or marketing with electives in law, human resource management, logistics, international business, and more.
In addition to the specialist skills and knowledge students will develop during the programme, students will gain a range of professional skills, including:
You will gain these skills along with business knowledge in your chosen area of interest and have the opportunity to practise in real-life scenarios in a safe environment.
Aims of the programme
Graduates of the BCom programme will have the personal attributes, specialist knowledge and professional skills necessary to make an immediate and valuable contribution in demanding and evolving business environments whether locally, nationally or internationally.
The programme offers grounding in research practice and thinking, and provides for the acquisition of practical research skills enabling students to undertake directed research at an undergraduate level and apply these work ready skills in their professional practice.
The BCom programme aims to provide opportunities for students to further develop their abilities to critically evaluate and analyse data and qualitative information and to identify, implement and promote decision making that is innovative and value adding for their enterprise.
CAANZ/CPA recognised courses to pathway into Chartered Accountancy studies
As a graduate of the NMIT Bachelor of Commerce you will be able to:
Students are required to complete international qualifications equivalent to New Zealand NCEA Level 3 qualification. Entry requirements vary from country to country.
English language requirements:
All applicants must have a level of English sufficient to be able to study at this level. Those students whose first language is not English must have: