The programme equips students with an understanding of the Marketing function and its contribution in achieving the organisational goals. It provides the level of knowledge and skills to evaluate problems in an organisation, critically appraise the various strategies, prepare marketing plans and develop plans for effective implementation.
Students will be assessed through a combination of coursework and examinations. Coursework may be in the form of class tests and assignments. Assessment methods may vary according to individual module requirements.
|Business To Business Marketing||40%||NA||60%|
|Marketing Of Services||40%||NA||60%|
|Strategic Marketing Management Analysis And Decision||NA||NA||100%|
|Strategic Marketing Management Planning And Control||40%||NA||60%|
Business Research - WA309
The module aims to encourage students to undertake an in-depth research project on a specific area of interest by developing and demonstrating the business-related skills acqired during their studies. It will also enable students to develop their empolyability skills, including basic academic skills, higher-order thinking skills and personal qualities achieved through this extended piece of research.
Business to Business Marketing - WA306
This module looks into the special challenges and opportunities confront the marketer who intend to serve the needs of organization rather than the needs of households. It seeks to ensure students are made aware of all the major aspects of the elements involved in business-to-business marketing.
Dissertation - WA400
Students are required to do a dissertation in the program. This is to cultivate the development of critical thinking skills and research techniques. Students need to plan their time and resources, analyse data and generate reports. This integrates information from different functional areas. There are broadly two types of dissertation which are acceptable, namely Organisation-based and Research-based dissertations.
Marketing of Services - WA305
This module addresses the inportance of the service industry and the distinctive characteristics of services. Students develop a good understanding of key problems and issues associated with marketing in a service environment, gain broad understanding of the interaction between marketing and management within a service organization; and become familiar with issues in developing and assessing service quality.
Strategic Management - WA302
This unit provides an integrative process to the development of student knowledge, skills & abilities developed in the earlier units and to prepare them in their respoective area of specialisation study. The unit will provide the students to the wider perspectives of the direction and management of an organisation by introducing the framework for formulating and implementing organisation business strategy. Students will be introduced to a varity of strategic management analytical tools and processes as a means of developing strategies and improving the overall managerial decision making skills at different levels in the organisation. In addition, the students will be able to critically evaluate the usefulness and limitations of each analytical tool and be aware of the implication in the process of strategic planning.
Strategic Marketing Management Analysis and Decision - WA304
This module allows students to extend the practice in the qualitative and quantitative analysis of the marketing situation, both to develop their base for diagnosis and as a contribution to the creation of the firm bases for decision making. Students should be able to identify, define and rank the problem(s) contained in market case studies, and to formulate working hyptheses regarding the solutions to problems identified in marketing case studies.
Strategic Marketing Management Planning and Control - WA303
The module aims to ensure the students are made aware of all the major aspects of the major aspects of the planning and control elements of the marketing management function with a view to having an understanding of an ability to evaluate the contribution of marketing management to corporate management and strategy. Students should also be able to formulate short and medium term marketing plans in structured manner and with reference to particular short, practical case situations.
Upon successful completion of the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (Honours) awarded by University of Wales, the student is eligible to apply for a Postgraduate programme.
Upon successful completion of all modules, students will be eligible for the Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Business Administration awarded by University of Wales.
Minimum Age: 19
Academic Qualifications: International Advanced Diploma in Business Administration awarded by Informatics Academy or other equivalent qualification deemed acceptable by University.
English Language: IELTS 6.0, TOEFL 550, Informatics Certificate in Proficiency in English
Full-time 12 months
Part-time 16 months
Combination of lectures, tutorials and workshop conducted in classroom environment at Informatics Academy campus. Lessons are typically in blocks of 3-hour sessions.
(Fee Protection Scheme)
|S$ 64.20||S$ 64.20|
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Student Pass Processing And Administrative Fees