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BBA (Hons) in Management (02402-MGT/SYM)

Programme Title
Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours) in Management 
管理學(榮譽)工商管理學士學位
Programme Code
02402-MGT / 02402-SYM
Mode of Attendance
Full-time
Duration
Normal 4 years / 2 years (for Advanced Standing students admitted to Senior Year places)
Maximum 8 years / 4 years (for Advanced Standing students admitted to Senior Year places)
Credit Requirements for Graduation
A minimum of 120 academic credits, plus
3 training credits for Work-Integrated Education (WIE)
Implementation Date
The first cohort for the revised 4-year curriculum was admitted in September 2012.

Enquiries

Tel: (852) 2766 7370

Email: mm.dept@polyu.edu.hk

Management is a lively and interesting subject to study. Our programme emphasises developing both academic and professional knowledge and practical skills in general management and human resource management, including communication and presentation, leadership and teamwork, problem solving and the effective use of information technology.

The programme offers a wide range of subject choices in the fields of general, strategy and human resource management, such as Business Negotiation, Environmental Management for Business, Gender & Organisations, Management Practice Through Real World Projects, Managing Diversity in Organisations, China Business Management, Employee Relations, Employment Law, HRM in China, International HRM, Reward & Performance Management, Staffing & Selection and Training & Development.  Students can choose subjects within the HRM concentration to obtain recognition by professional bodies. 

There is a strong emphasis on interactive and student-centred learning methods, including case studies, role playing and simulation exercises. Visits to companies and other organisations are arranged, and practitioners are invited as guest speakers to share their practical experience with students.

All students within the Faculty of Business are encouraged to participate in the Whole Person Development Programme (WPDP), which includes a range of extracurricular activities, such as leadership training camps, peer tutoring, mentorship and overseas and the Chinese mainland exchanges. Each student is assigned a professional mentor who is an experienced executive or manager in the business world and who provides advice and support and helps students to plan their careers and prepare for their first jobs after graduation.

Subject to availability, BBA students can spend a semester studying at another university overseas or in the Chinese mainland and have the credits counted towards their PolyU degree.

Programme Structure

Diagram of the Curriculum

General University Requirements [30 Credits] 

Cluster Area Requirements (CAR) [12 Credits]
Language and Communication (LCR) [9 Credits]
Freshman Seminar [3 Credits]
Leadership & Intra-Personal Development [3 Credits]
Service Learning [3 Credits]
Healthy Lifestyle [non-credit bearing]

 

Discipline Specific Requirements (DSR) [90 credits]

I. Compulsory Core Subjects to all BBA awards [57 credits]

AF1605

Introduction to Economics*

AF2108

Financial Accounting

AF2110

Management Accounting 1

AF2504

Introduction to Business Law

AF2602

Global Economics Environment

AF3313

Business Finance

AMA1501

Introduction to Statistics for Business

APSS111

Introduction to Psychology*

CBS3221P

Chinese Language Communication for Business

ELC3221

Workplace English for Business Students I

ELC3222

Workplace English for Business Students II

LGT2106

Principles of Operations Management*

MM1051

Tango! Managing Self & Leading Others*

MM2021

Management & Organization

MM2422

Managing Business Information Systems & Applications

MM2425

Introduction to Business Analytics

MM2711

Introduction to Marketing*

MM4311

Strategic Management

MM4513

Corporate Social Responsibility

*These subjects can satisfy both DSR and GUR.

 

II. Specialization for BBA (Hons) in Management [33 credits]

Compulsory Subject (7 subjects, 24 credits)

MM3011

Research Methods for Management

MM3111

Human Resource Management

MM3141

Organizational Behaviour

MM3151

Managerial Leadership

MM4342

Global Business Management

MM4351

Entrepreneurship

MM4922

Management Capstone Project (6 credits)

Elective Subjects (any 3 subjects, 9 credits)

AF3508

Employment Law

MM3131

Training and Development

MM3411

Management Information Systems

MM3451

Knowledge Management

MM3461

Applied Statistical Analysis for Management

MM4111

Employee Relations

MM4121

Human Resource Management in China

MM4132

Reward & Performance Management

MM4141

Managing Diversity in Organizations

MM4151

Gender and Organizations

MM4161

Staffing and Selection

MM4181

International Human Resource Management

MM4191

Business Negotiation

MM4361

Social Innovation: Achieving Sustainable Development Goals through Business

MM4391

Management Practice Through Real World Projects

MM4411

E-Commerce for Management

MM4501

Environment Management for Business

MM4522

China Business Management


Free Electives [9 credits]

In addition to the minimum total 111 credits for GUR and DSR, students are required to take 9 credits of free electives, which can be used for fulfilling the requirements of a particular combination of study options (e.g. Minor programme), for taking advanced electives, or for further broadening purposes, subject to meeting the pre-requisite requirements.

 

Work-Integrated Education [3 training credits]

 


Programme Guide 
Programme Guide 2018/2019 
Programme Guide 2017/2018 
Programme Guide 2016/2017   
Programme Guide 2015/2016   
Programme Guide 2014/2015   
Programme Guide 2013/2014   
Programme Guide 2012/2013   

 

General Entrance Requirements

To apply for admission to our full-time government-funded bachelor's degree programmes through JUPAS, you must meet the following minimum requirements:

 

Bachelor's Degree Programmes

HKDSE Subjects

Core Subjects

Elective Subjects

(including M1/M2)

Chinese Language

English Language

Mathematics

Liberal Studies

1st Elective

2nd Elective

Level

Requirement

3

3

2

2

3

3

English Language and Mathematics are given the highest weighting in the calculation of admission score.


Academic Secretariat Service Centre (For enquiries on admission)

Room M101, Li Ka Shing Tower, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University


Opening Hours

Mondays to Fridays

9:00am - 7:00pm

Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays

Closed


Enquiries

Applicants

Telephone

Email

Local

 (852) 2333 0600

 asadmft@polyu.edu.hk

Non-Local

 (852) 2333 8455

 asnlocal@polyu.edu.hk