Management is the art and science of planning, coordinating and leading group efforts. If you are interested in mobilising human and material resources to achieve organisational goals, the Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) in Management will give you a fundamental understanding of how to apply key managerial concepts and theories in the contemporary work environment. At UOWD, the BCom in Management program will provide you with the opportunity to analyse, diagnose and execute judgments across a broad range of technical and management functions. It will help you develop an understanding of how group dynamics affect individual and group behaviour, and to identify barriers to change and effective ways of overcoming them. The program of study provides a comprehensive overview of the management function, which is applicable to a range of business sectors.
UOWD’s Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) in Management program provides a comprehensive overview of the management function, which is applicable to a range of business sectors. Graduates of the BCom in Management can undertake professional roles such as:
- Management Consultants
- Advertising Managers
- Marketing and Public Relations Managers
- Administrative Services Managers
- Property Managers
- Human Resource Managers
- Labour relations Managers
- Strategic Business Analysts.
Accreditation and Recognition
This program is accredited by the UAE Ministry of Education - Higher Education Affairs and is fully recognised within the UAE, GCC nations and internationally for further education and employment in the private and public sectors.
In addition, the program is quality assured by UOW, which is registered with the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA), the national regulator of the higher education sector in Australia. UOWD graduates have the opportunity to exchange their UOWD degree for the equivalent UOW degree after completion.
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