Undergraduate Resources - Specials, Majors & Minors
It is possible to obtain a B.Sc. degree with Specials, Majors and Minors.
SPECIAL DEGREES or specialization programmes provide the foundation required for graduates to be functionally competent in the broad field of management. With a special degree, students do at least 15 of the 20 courses required at Levels II and III of the degree programme in subjects offered by the Department. The Department of Management Studies currently offer special degrees in Accounting, International Tourism Management, Insurance and Risk Management, Leadership and Management, Sports Management, Management Studies, and Banking and Finance.
MAJORS require students to do 10 of 20 courses required at Levels II and III from the Department. Although the number of core courses covered is less than that of the specialization, the major provides the flexibility to choose a variety of other courses. The Department currently offers a major in Management Studies.
MINORS require students to do five Level II and III courses in one disciplinary area of Management, thereby providing depth of knowledge in that particular field of Management. It should be noted that minors, usually accompany a major, or a major and another minor. Minors are offered in Accounting, Insurance and Risk Management, Human Resource Management, Management Information Systems, Marketing, Finance, Management Studies, Tourism Management and Sports Management. Find out more about declaring a minor here.
Undergraduate Degree Programmes
- Insurance and Risk Management
- Human Resource Management
- Management Information Systems
- Management Studies
- Sports Management
- Tourism Management
To view the undergraduate courses offered by the Department of Management Studies, please refer to the Faculty of Social Sciences' Undergraduate Handbook