Cấu trúc chương trình môn học và nội dung
Chương trình Diploma này bao gồm 8 môn học và có thể hoàn tất trong trong vòng 8 tháng.
- Học kỳ 1:
- Introduction to Management
- Accounting for Managers
- Học kỳ 2:
- Quantitative Analysis
- Economics I
- Học kỳ 3:
- Tourism Systems
- Commercial Law
- Học kỳ 4:
- Food & Beverage Operations Management
- Marketing Principles
Accounting for Managers
Accounting for Managers seeks to introduce students to a basic understanding of financial accounting and management accounting principles so that they are able to enter the workforce with confidence in their ability to work at a very basic level in this field or to pursue further studies in accounting so that they may eventually become professionally recognised accountants.
The main aims of this unit are to:
- Develop an understanding of basic management accounting concepts
- Analyse and interpret a set of financial statements
- Understand and apply cost-volume-profitanalysis
- Develop a practical understanding of capital investment decisions
Introduction to Management
Introduction to Management provides the strategic management tools and theoretical concepts to analyse firms in different industries, make strategic decisions and justify these decisions with supporting evidence. The unit covers a wide spectrum of business management activities and decisions, both at corporate and divisional level including management, production, information systems, management and finance.
Economics I has been specifically developed for students in a range of business related disciplines to economics at a tertiary level. The unit will introduce the principles, language, techniques and insights of both macro and micro economics that are associated with the economic perspective on life in the modern world. The focus is the application of economic theory to solve real-life problems.
Studies done in business situations rely on collecting data to enable decisions to be madeabout future actions. For these decisions to be useful, they need to be based on sound statistical principles. Thus, there is a need to be aware of proper sampling techniques, the idea of probability and the fact that any decision made with incomplete information is prone to involve error. The unit covering business statistics will introduce a variety of statistical techniques to show under which circumstances each should be used.
Commercial law is a complex system of laws that governs commercial transactions and relationships. It is studied by commerce students because as future business leaders (whether as manufacturers, marketers, employers, contractors etc.), they will be affected by commercial law.
This unit begins with a discussion of what law is and an overview of the legal system which provides the legal framework of commerce, followed by a study of specific areas of law that regulate commerce such as tort law, contract law, sale of goods law, consumer protection law and workplace environment and employment law.
Food and Beverage Operations Management
This unit focuses on management and operations of food services operations. It will cover the implications of day to day operations, basic cost control systems, profitable menu planning, restaurant floor plans, equipment layout & planning, low cost internal marketing ideas, ways to satisfy customers and build sales, and technological innovations. Legislation and various licenses governing food and beverage operations will also be covered.
This unit is an introductory marketing unit aimed at students studying the diploma level. Marketing principles provides an overview of the marketing process and how it works within the business context.
This unit is based on both the theory and practice of marketing. Classes and assessment tasks will encourage students to apply theoretical learning to real-world practices.
This introductory unit provides an insight into the structure, organisation, conduct and performance of the tourism industry. It examines the impacts as well as issues influencing the development of this sector. It discusses how tourism activities relate to both individuals and to society as a whole. It explores concepts relating to access to tourism and to the delivery of tourism products.
Reference is also made to the hospitality sector and to an examination of how this works so closely together with tourism to provide the visitor with his/her necessary accommodation and catering needs.