Business continues to be one of the most popular university and college degrees – that’s because a business syllabus offers universally sought-after skills and opportunities in so many diverse roles and industries.
The syllabus of the International College of Management, Sydney (ICMS) Bachelor of Business is ideal for those who want to make a tangible contribution to the success and growth of a business, push boundaries and challenge the status quo. It’s a business syllabus that positions graduates for business success in any industry in a rapidly changing world.
ICMS’ business syllabus focuses on subjects that are more practical and industry-driven – so it’s a syllabus which is relevant to real life professional careers.
With core subjects such as: Management Solutions for a Changing World, Digital Marketing and Data Informed Decision-Making, students complete their degree with knowledge that will benefit them in any path they choose to pursue after graduation.
ICMS provides a wide variety of business courses, focusing industry-specific degrees, as well as the Bachelor of Business, these are:
In high school, the NESA business syllabus focuses more on the key aspects of Operations, Marketing, Finance and Human Resources. ICMS bachelor degrees build on these aspects and unpacks them in a way that is practical and more versatile to the business professional environment.
ICMS’ business syllabus is built to give individuals industry knowledge that will benefit in ANY career they choose to pursue post graduation!
The ICMS Bachelor of Business is designed to position you for business success in any industry, with a focus on future-proofing you for adaptability in a rapidly changing world.
Bachelor of Business subjects focus on developing core business skills such marketing; agile leadership, collaboration and managing people; strategic planning and innovative problem solving; and of course financial literacy. Our goal is to develop business leaders ready to take advantage of all that an international business career offers.
Business subjects are supplemented by elective subjects from a range of business areas. Your choices might include electives in marketing, international tourism, entrepreneurship, hospitality management, sports management and event management. You could also pick from specialist contemporary areas of business such as leadership, innovation or project management. This allows you to build a personalised educational experience that reflects your interest and ambitions.