Diploma / Advanced Diploma in International Business Management

Diploma in International Business Management

 

Objectives

This course aims to empower participants with sound knowledge and skills in the management of business operations to cope with the ever-changing business environment. Participants will be exposed to a full range of management skills that is useful to succeed in today’s business environment. This course is ideal for participants who wish to advance in their career or for those who wish to learn more about business management. Graduates of the Diploma in International Business Management course can proceed to the Advanced Diploma in International Business Management course.

 

Course outline

There are 8 modules in total. The modules are:

Business Law & Ethics : Identify, analyze and evaluate practical situations and issues in the context of the business environment from a legal perspective.

Business Statistics : Perform basic mathematical operations that require problem solving and critical thinking skills

International Economics : Identify the causes and effects of various issues by using the economics theories and concepts from international economics perspectives

Organizational Behaviour & Culture : Identify and explain the determinants of behaviour in organization

Principles of Accounting : Describe the role and function of external financial reports and identify their users

Principles of Information Systems :
Explain systems characteristics and theory and apply basic information system concepts in an organizational context

Principles of Management :
Identify and describe the principles and concepts of management and organization

Principles of Marketing : Apply the marketing concepts for future decision-making

Pre-requisites

Applicants must be at least 16 years or above AND fulfil the following requirements

Academic entry requirements: Obtain at least C6 in any 5 GCE O Level subjects or At least 9 years of formal education (particularly China, Indonesia, Thailand & Japan), or equivalent or pass the placement test of SCI.

Language Proficiency: English Language with IELTS 5.5 & above; or at least C6 in GCE O Level English; or passed the language proficiency test of SCI or equivalent.

Course Duration

Course will be completed in 9 months. There will be 6 hours of lesson time each week. Schedule of the classes will be planned to suit the course’s needs.

 

 Course Certification

Upon completion of the 9 modules, those who fulfill the required attendance and pass all the assessments will be awarded a Diploma in International Business Management certificate by SCI.

 

A sample of programme outline

DURATION LESSON
15 minutes Review of previous lesson and/or assignments Module content
1 hour New lesson
15 minutes Break
1 hour New lesson
30 minutes In-class assignment
Total: 3 hours

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Diploma in International Business Management

Advanced Diploma in International Business Management

 

Objectives

This course aims to empower participants with sound knowledge and skills in the management of business operations to cope with the ever-changing business environment. Participants will be exposed to a full range of management skills that is useful to succeed in today’s business environment. This course is ideal for participants who wish to advance in their career or for those who wish to learn more about business management. Graduates of the Advanced Diploma in International Business Management course are equipped with the pre-requisites needed for the perusal of a formal undergraduate education in Business Management.

 

Course Outline

There are 16 modules in total. The modules are:

Business Law & Ethics : Identify, analyze and evaluate practical situations and issues in the context of the business environment from a legal perspective.

Business Statistics : Perform basic mathematical operations that require problem solving and critical thinking skills

International Economics : Identify the causes and effects of various issues by using the economics theories and concepts from international economics perspectives

Organizational Behaviour & Culture : Identify and explain the determinants of behaviour in organization

Principles of Accounting : Describe the role and function of external financial reports and identify their users

Principles of Information Systems : Explain systems characteristics and theory and apply basic information system concepts in an organizational context

Principles of Management : Identify and describe the principles and concepts of management and organization

Principles of Marketing : Apply the marketing concepts for future decision-making

Business Research Methodology : Appreciate the importance of business research to provide information for decision making problem solving

Customer Relationship Management : Identify the role of relationship in marketing and marketing strategy

Global Business Management : Explain the rationale for ‘going global’ and identify the external environment factors influencing international business

Management Accounting : Explain the objectives of preparing management information and the need to adapt techniques in a changing commercial environment

Management Information System : Understand and apply core knowledge in Management Information Systems

Operations Management : Identify and describe various strategic operation decisions to operate the business

Organizational Performance Management : Develop knowledge, skills, attitudes, and values necessary for success in management and leadership positions in a variety of business, governmental education, and non-profit settings.

Quantitative Methods for Business Management : Understand different types of numerical data and different data collection processes and able to present data effectively for users in business and management

 

Pre-requisites

Age : 16 years old & above

Academic level: At least 10 years of formal education or equivalent or pass the placement test of SCI

Language Proficiency: English Language with IELTS 5.5 & above or GCE ‘O’ Level graded C6 or better or pass SCI language proficiency test or equivalent.

Diploma from SCI or other recognized local/overseas Institutions. (Students who have prior studies from other institutions are required to provide original certificates of completion.. The Academic Board may grant students exemptions from some modules.)

 

Course Duration

Course will be completed in 15 months. There will be 6 hours of lesson time each week. Schedule of the classes will be planned to suit the course’s needs.

 

Course Certification

Upon completion of the 16 modules, those who fulfill the required attendance and pass all the assessments will be awarded an Advanced Diploma in International Business Management certificate by SCI.

 

A sample of programme outline

DURATION LESSON
15 minutes Review of previous lesson and/or assignments Module content
1 hour New lesson
15 minutes Break
1 hour New lesson
30 minutes In-class assignment
Total: 3 hours

For further information, please click into the link:

Advanced Diploma in International Business Management