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The ever-changing business environment is driven by increasing connectivity, automation and societal shifts. Are you future-ready? Seize the opportunity to acquire the core knowledge and skills in business and management with the Diploma in Business Practice (Business Administration).'
This industry-relevant curriculum covers Communications & IT, Business Environment & Marketing, Business Analysis, Business Management and People Management. You will learn core business knowledge and relevant skills through various teaching approaches. With an emphasis on acquiring a global outlook and problem-solving and analytical skills, this course will enhance your employability across multiple industries in the private and public sectors!
FIRM BUSINESS FOUNDATION
Be equipped with a strong foundation in core business skills that will enhance your performance in your current role or enable you to transition into business executive roles across many organisations.
READY FOR THE INDUSTRY
Be future-ready with knowledge and skills in two important aspects of business that supervisors and junior executives are expected to possess – People Management and Business Management.
BROADEN YOUR PERSPECTIVE AND HONE YOUR CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS
Develop a global outlook and sharpen your problem-solving and analytical skills to address future business challenges.
At least 3 ‘O’ Level passes in the following subjects:
English Language (EL1 or EL2) Grade 1 – 7
Any mathematics subject Grade 1 – 6
Any other subject Grade 1 – 6
and 1 year of relevant working experience OR
GPA ≥ 2.0 OR
GPA ≥ 1.5 and 1 year of relevant working experience OR
GPA ≥ 3.5 OR
GPA ≥ 3.0 and 1 year of relevant working experience OR
|Higher Nitec in Technology/Services||GPA ≥ 2.0 and 1 year of relevant working experience OR|
|Nitec in Technology/Services||GPA ≥ 3.5 and 1 year of relevant working experience OR|
|WSQ Qualification||Relevant WSQ Qualification with 1 year of relevant working experience and WSQ Workplace Literacy Statement of Attainment (SOA)(Level 6) AND Workplace Numeracy Statement of Attainment (SOA)(Level 6)|
|Without relevant academic qualifications||At least 2 years of relevant working experience|
Applicants who do not meet the entry requirements may be considered for admission to the course based on supporting evidence of competency readiness. Suitable applicants who are shortlisted may have to go through an interview and/or entrance test. The Polytechnic reserves the right to shortlist and admit applicants.
|BCCM003||Reports & Business Communication
This subject will help students learn the written communication skills that are vital for their success at the work place. They will learn how to prepare, plan and write investigative reports and present information relevantly and succinctly using appropriate visuals. They will also be taught to write appropriate emails, memos and letters for inter-office and intra-office communication.
|BCCM004||Oral Presentations & Meeting Skills
This subject will help students develop effective oral professional communication skills that are essential in their working lives. They will learn how to plan, prepare and deliver oral presentations that are professional and audience-centered. In addition, students will learn the skills of conducting themselves professionally in a meeting.
|BCBT002||Business IT & Applications
This subject covers fundamental computing and data analytics skills for businesses. A strong emphasis is placed in exposing students to office productivity tools, which can aid in decision making as well as solving business problems through data manipulation, modeling and visualisation.
This is a subject to equip students with the fundamental principles of economics for understanding the business environment. Students will study the various aspects of the product market: demand and supply, consumer theory, production and cost, market competition, market power, product differentiation, firms’ strategic behaviour and the macroeconomic environment.
Business organisations operate in an environment that is becoming increasingly complex and competitive. Survival and prosperity of businesses go to those which are best able to adapt to the environment. This module aims to provide students with the knowledge and understanding of the political-legal, economic, social-cultural, technological environments of business. While the focus of the course is on the external environment, the module will also examine the company’s internal environment.
This subject provides an introduction to marketing concepts and practices. It covers the marketing process and tools including product, pricing, distribution and promotion. An integrated approach will be employed to develop a range of skills such as strategic thinking, presentation and personal selling which are needed to sense, serve and satisfy customer needs.
This subject provides an understanding of basic accounting concepts and processes, and their applications in businesses. It includes the double-entry system of bookkeeping, preparation of financial statements, accounting for assets such as cash and inventories and the importance of controls over these assets, as well as analysis of financial statements using ratios.
The subject provides students with an introductory survey of the applications of descriptive and inferential statistics in a business environment. It aims to equip students with the knowledge and skills to: organise, analyse, interpret and present data related to a business environment, and apply basic statistical concepts to solve simple business-related problems. Students will be taught the various numerical measures such as describing data, basic concepts of probability, probability distributions, estimation, hypothesis testing and linear regression and correlation analysis. Students will make use of scientific calculators and Microsoft Excel to solve statistical problems and the focus will be on interpretation of the statistical measures computed.
|BCPD002||Problem-Solving Skills in Business
The subject equips participants with tools used in solving business problems and for decision making. Participants are taught how to identify the root causes of problems, select the problems to tackle, generate workable solutions and decide on the courses of action. Teaching contents include contemporary problem solving tools and critical/creative thinking skills that are fundamental to decision making. Participants walk away from this subject with a box of tools to solve problems and make decisions with confidence in a dynamic world of business.
|BCBS001||Principles of Management
This subject covers the key management functions of planning, organising, leading and controlling. It addresses the impact of environmental factors that affect business and the relevance of corporate social responsibility in an organisation. It emphasises the roles, responsibilities and challenges faced by supervisors/managers in an organisation.
The subject covers fundamental concepts and techniques of operations management for both manufacturing and service organisations. The subject begins with identifying the quality requirements of the customers, followed by strategies to create value in the organisation through efficient production of goods and delivery of services, and application of quality management to support performance improvements.
|BCAF004||Management Accounting & Finance
This subject covers the general framework of the financial and cost management processes. It focuses on the use of accounting information for management planning, control and decision making through the understanding of costing and budgeting concepts.
This subject provides participants with an understanding of the key determinants of human behaviour, at both the individual and group levels, in an organisation. It aims to develop the ability to use organisational behaviour concepts to improve personal, interpersonal and group interaction skills. Some of the topics are perception, motivation, reinforcement theory, group dynamics and conflict management.
|BCBS004||Human Resource Management
This subject provides participants with an awareness of the importance of HRM in an organisation. They will get an understanding of the various human resource management functions, the impact of effective HRM practices on organisational and employee performance and the role of line managers in HRM. Some of the topics are recruitment and selection, performance appraisal, training and development, the People Developer System and compensation management.
|BCHT001||Customer Service Management
This subject focuses on essential knowledge, skills and techniques required to provide service excellence and management of customer service. These will apply to frontline, internal support centre and contact centre environment. The module will also highlight the importance of ownership and empowerment in customer service. The module will study how organisational customer service philosophy impacts the entire customer service cycle.
|Fees Type||Course Fees per MC
|Aged 40 and above (Individual or SME-sponsored)||S$327.42|
|Aged below 40||S$500.76|
|SME-sponsored aged below 40||S$338.76|
|Others & Repeat Students||S$3,351.24|
|Singapore Permanent Residents||S$1,380.24|
|SME-sponsored (Singapore Permanent Residents)||S$362.88|
|Others & Repeat Students||S$3,440.88|
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Course fees payable is based on per Modular Certificate.
Course fees will be reviewed by MOE on an annual basis and adjusted accordingly.
MOE subsidy will not be applicable for students who repeat a module or semester.
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Level 3, Unit 81
21 Tampines Ave 1
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