Why Study Management?

Regardless of one’s chosen career path, their career would at some stage involve working in or with organisations. How effective one is at work depends on their ability to understand the organisation they work in or with, and how to get things done through them. Management studies facilitate this knowledge as they cover the behaviour of people in organisations, issues of leadership, crafting entrepreneurial mind-sets, among others.

As a Management graduate, you will earn the competence to easily tackle complex situations and develop effective relationships with employees and clients. Soundly grounded in offering an education in management theory, the IIE Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) offered at IIE MSA complements that theoretical foundation with an introduction to the practical world of management in business contexts and offers a curriculum that seeks to achieve strategic, innovative and conscientious organisation and business managers of the future.

To study Management you can enrol for the IIE Bachelor of Commerce degree with a study area in Management offered at IIE MSA.

Following completion of your three-year Bachelor’s degree, you can articulate into the IIE Bachelor of Business Science Honours. You can also advance to Master’s Programmes in Management related areas, if entry requirements are met.

What are My Management Career Outcomes?

Management studies gives you flexibility and opens up a number of career options including:

  • Strategy Manager
  • International Business Analyst
  • Human Resource Practitioner
  • Organisational Change and Development Agent
  • Entrepreneur

You can choose to specialise even further:

All modules of study in the Management programme are potential areas of specialisation as follows:

  • Managerial Communication
  • Organisational Behaviour
  • Strategic Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Organisational Change and Development
  • Organisational Wellness
  • Integrated Business Management
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Leadership Principles and Practices