International Diploma in Business Administration– Online

Camford International College

Program Description

International Diploma in Business Administration– Online

Camford International College

The International Diploma in Business Administration -Online provides a framework for developing the skills and knowledge needed for employment in the increasingly dynamic business environment. This course has been developed specifically for the international market, recognizing the growing importance of employees working across geographic and cultural borders.

This Course aims to meet the needs of employers, employees and students, by assessing knowledge and competence in a range of Business areas through discussion and assignment. This course provides the students the knowledge, understanding and skills they need in order to become supervisors or managers in the real life. By giving the opportunities to link between the theoretical knowledge and the world of work, the students will achieve the skills require for workplace.

The learners have to complete the following 4 modules to complete the course.

1. Finance & Accounting:

This module has been developed to promote an understandingand describe the features and purposes of Finance & Accounting. It explains how to appreciate and understand the concepts of financial statement analysis, preparation of cash flows statement, accounting for liabilities and shareholder’s equity, acquisition of long term and short term assets, and the importance of corporate governance.

Expected Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the course it is expected that students will be able to:

  1. Describe what a business does and the various ways a business can be organized.
  2. Classify business transactions as operating, investing, or financing activities.
  3. Describe who uses accounting information and why accounting information is important to them.
  4. Identify the elements and explain the purpose of the four basic financial statements and be able to use basic transaction analysis to prepare each statement-the income statement, the statement of changes in shareholders’ equity, the balance sheet, and the statement of cash flows.
  5. Identify the elements of a real company’s financial statements.
  6. Describe the risks associated with being in business and the part that ethics playsin business.
  7. Define generally accepted accounting principles and explain why they are necessary.
  8. Explain the objective of financial reporting and the qualities necessary to achievethis objective.
  9. Identify the elements of the financial statements and describe their characteristics.
  10. Define accrual accounting, explain how it differs from cash basis accounting, an identify examples of accrual accounting on actual financial statements.
  11. Compute and explain the meaning of the current ratio.
  12. Identify the risks and potential frauds related to financial accounting records, and explain the controls needed to ensure their accuracy.
  13. Recognize and explain the components of net income.
  14. Perform and interpret a horizontal analysis and a vertical analysis of financial statement information.
  15. Perform a basic ratio analysis of a set of financial statements and explain what the ratios mean.
  16. Recognize the risks of investing in stock and explain how to control those risks.

2. Organisational Behaviour:

This module has been developed to promote an understanding of a field of study that investigates the impact that individuals, groups, and structure have on behaviour within organizations for the purpose of applying such knowledge toward improving an organization’s effectiveness. Students will be exposed to the study of what people do in an organization and how that behaviour affects the performance of the organization.

Topics covered include the foundations of individual and group behaviour, communication, leadership, organization structure, human resources policies and practices, and organizational change and stress management.

Expected Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the course it is expected that students will be able to:

  1. Explain the concept and understanding of Organizational Behaviour
  2. Demonstrate and understanding of the foundations of individual & group behaviour
  3. The mechanics of what goes within a team
  4. Functions of communication, its process, the direction and barriers to effective communication
  5. Basic approaches to Leadership
  6. Foundations of Organization Structure and its designs
  7. Understanding Organizational Culture and its implications
  8. Human Resource Policies and Practices
  9. Organizational Change and Stress Management

3. Strategic Management

This module has been developed to promote an understanding and describe the purposes of strategic management, Leading Strategically through Effective Vision and Mission, Examining the Internal Environment: Resources, Capabilities, and Activities, Understanding Alliances and Cooperative Strategies, Studying Mergers and Acquisitions.

Expected Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the course it is expected that students will be able to:

  1. Understand strategy and strategic leadership in dynamic times
  2. Understand the internal and external environment of strategy
  3. Explain and demonstrate business, corporate and global strategies
  4. Demonstrate the different strategy vehicles for new direction
  5. Implementation , new venture and government governance in dynamic context

4. Economics

This module aims to provide students of economics with an Introduction to Economics, Key principles of economics, Identify tools for economic analysis, Elasticity of demand and supply, The Income Expenditure Model, The Market System: Choices Made by Households and Firms, Market Imperfections and the Role of Government, Concepts and Problems in Macroeconomics, The Core Macroeconomic Theory, The World Economy, International Trade and Public Policy.

Expected Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the course it is expected that students will be able to:

  1. Understanding Economics and Economy & applications
  2. Understanding Demand, Supply & the market & applications
  3. Understanding money and the Banking system and interest rates
  4. Understanding monetary & fiscal policies & application
  5. Understanding wages and the distribution of income
  6. Understanding market failures and government policy
  7. An overview of macroeconomics and the national economy
  8. The causes of unemployment, inflation and the economic growth
  9. The growth of international trade, balance of payments and exchange rates

Completion:

Upon successful completion of this course, the students will be issued with an International Diploma in Business Administration Certificate.

This school offers programs in:
  • English

Entry Requirements

  • Minimum 18 years of age
  • Internal Placement Test


Last updated April 19, 2016
Duration & Price
This course is Online
Start Date
Start date
Aug., 2016
Duration
Duration
5 months
Part time
Price
Price
3,880 SGD
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Place
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Duration 5 months
Price 3,880 SGD