The Post Graduate Diploma in General Business Management is a 2 year (24 month) program for students who have a first degree and who would like a more comprehensive program of academic business studies. The program concentrates on the latest management strategies, combining lectures, group work, and case studies.
- Applicants must have completed at least a three-year undergraduate degree in any field from an accredited post-secondary institution.
- Postgraduate Diploma programs require an advanced level of English (IELTS 6.5 or equivalent). International students who cannot show official scores will be tested before acceptance into the program. Students who do not meet the English language requirement will be referred to the Acsenda School of Management English language program English for Academic Purposes (EAP).
- Official transcripts submitted by applicants must show a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of C+.
Students may receive transfer credit for a maximum of 50% of the courses required for the certificate or the diploma.
All courses in the diploma programs, with the exception of the portfolio courses, currently exist as part of the BBA program.
The portfolio courses are designed to allow students to assemble and present examples of their best academic work and to demonstrate skills and knowledge acquired in their program.
|PGD – General Management||11||5||0||4||20|
|Course Code||Course Title||Prerequisites|
|ACCT 101a||Financial Accounting I||BADM 120|
|BADM 130||Management Information Systems|
|BADM 201||Managerial Skills|
|BADM 221||Fundamentals Of Economic & Business Statistics||BADM 120|
|BADM301||Business Law||ENGL 101|
|BADM 302||Organizational Behaviour in the Global Workplace||BHRM 231|
|BADM 322||Business and Marketing Research||BADM 221|
|BADM 432||Project Management||BADM 202|
|BADM 490||Business Strategy|
|BIBM 101||International Business|
|FINC 101a||Financial Management I||ACCT 201a|
|BPFL 101a||Portfolio I Development|
|BPFL 101b||Portfolio I Presentation|
|BPFL 201a||Portfolio II Development|
|BPFL 201b||Portfolio II Presentation|