စီးပွားရေးပညာဒုတိယနှစ် - Level 5 HND (Higher National Diploma in Business)
Second Year – HND Level 5 Higher National Diploma in Business (RQF), 120 credits
|Organisational Behaviour||Understanding and Leading Change||Global Business
|Statistics for Management (15 Credits)|
|Planning for Growth (15 Credits)|
|Organizational Behaviour (15 Credits)|
|Business IT System (15 Credits)|
|Human Resource (15 Credits)|
|Brand Management (15 Credits)|
|Research Project (30 Credits)|
Fees for the Second Year
Oversea Excursion Trip – USD 400 ~ 500 နှင့် ညီမျှသော မြန်မာငွေ
Fees for the Second Year
• HND in Business ပြီးဆုံးအောင်မြင်ပါက Pearson မှ ပေးသော Diploma ရရှိမည်ဖြစ်သည်။
• HND ပြီးဆုံးပါက Pearson Education နှင့်ချိတ်ဆက်ထားသော ကျောင်းများသို့ ဆက်လက်တက်ရောက်နိုင်ပါတယ်။ IELTS Result များနှင့် မိမိတို့နှစ်အလိုက် ရရှိထားသော Grade များအပေါ် မူတည်ပြီး တက်ရောက်ရသည့်နှစ်များ တက္ကသိုလ်များ ကွဲပြားနိုင်ပါသည်။
1. Statistics for Management
This module provides students with an understanding of how management information and decision-making are enhanced by the application of statistical methods. Students will learn about a range of statistical techniques and how they can inform management thinking.
2. Research Project
The aim of this module is to offer students the opportunity to engage in sustained research in a specific field of study. This module enables students to demonstrate the capacity and ability to identify a research theme, to develop research aims, objectives and outcomes, and to present the outcomes of such research in both verbal and written forms.
3. Organizational Behaviour
This module develops a student’s understanding of the influence culture, politics and power have on the behavior of others in an organizational context. Students will be in a position to apply the principles of organizational behavior to a variety of business situation.
4. Business IT System
The aim of this unit is to enhance students’ understanding of contemporary business information technology (IT) systems and how organisations develop and continuously review their IT strategy in order to gain and maintain competitive advantage. Students will explore the areas of business that benefit from the support of IT systems and how organisations are using IT as a driver for business improvement.
5. Human Resource-Value and Contribution to Organization at Success
This module gives students the opportunity to make links between the role and function of HR and emerging HR developments. This will enable students to show an awareness of HR as a key contributor to organizational success.
6. Brand Management
This module gives students a comprehensive overview of brand management starting with why brands are so important and how they are formed , through to measuring brand value and managing a portfolio of brands over time. It is also designed and structured to give students and end-toend understanding of brand management.
7. Planning for Growth
This module provides students with an appreciation of how small and medium enterprises (SMEs) develop and grow. Students will learn about and apply techniques for identifying opportunities for growth, and appraise options for achieving growth, including via collaboration.