A lot of persons asks this question: “How does the Bachelor of International and Sustainable Business differ from a Management degree?” Let’s clarify this for you.
The Bachelor of International and Sustainable Business degree:
- Prepares students with the foundation required to launch and lead a successful business as well as provides them with skillsets needed to develop and run a business or business unit with direction towards innovation, international expansion, sustainability, and growth.
- Through a practical learning environment, the programme teaches students to be visionaries, intuitive, creative, innovative, risk-takers and approach tasks informally
- Prepares students to develop a global, entrepreneurial and sustainable mindset (a way of thinking that allows leaders to make strategic decisions based on the context of their environment in mind with their intended impact)
A Business Management degree:
- Provides students with a broad understanding of business organisations with subject-specific knowledge in areas such as markets, customers, finance, operations, communication, information technology, and business policy and strategy.
- A theoretical approach to the understanding of business, leadership, and teamwork
- Focuses on developing students to function and operate an existing business
- Teaches students to be calculative, risk-averse and approach tasks formally
For more information, contact the Academic Advisor Ms. Kersha Garner at 645-6700 ext. 200 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org