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Micro-credential certification in Personal Development and Communications Skills PDC2433 (BBM)
The Bachelor of Business Management (Honours) is designed to provide you with skills and knowledge across a range of business disciplines with an emphasis on management skills. It prepares you in all aspects of business operations and management through a perfect balance of conceptual academic structure and hands-on practical experience.
This module allows the student to develop and enhance the personal and professional skills necessary for success in both academic and work environments. Therefore, the focus is on practical development within a meaningful route-related case study activity. Students will develop skills through experience working independently and in groups, researching and analysing information, problem-solving, producing reports and essays, and giving presentations to an audience. This module will consequently provide a vehicle for introducing the personal development portfolio.
This programme is designed, delivered, assessed and awarded by SEGi University through the SEGiUniDigital Platform.
- Learning Skills
- Communication Skills
- Writing Skills
- Presentation Skills
- Organisation Skills
- Personal Development
Assignment 1 - 25%
Assignment 2 - 25%
Final Examination - 50%
- Bachelor of Business Management
Upon successful completion of this Bachelor of Business Management programme and meeting the necessary entry requirements, students will be able to progress into the following programme(s):
- Master of Financial Planning
- Master of Accountancy
- Master of Business Administration (Global Business)
- Master of Business Administration (General Management)
Students can maximize the benefits of personal development and communication skills in the workplace, seeking out opportunities for self-improvement through workshops, courses, or coaching. Additionally, practice these skills daily, seek feedback from colleagues, and actively apply them in their professional interactions. Students can significantly improve in workplace performance and career prospects.