The Bachelor of Management degree programme, USM, was introduced in the 1984/1985 Academic Session, as one of the degree programmes offered by the School of Social Sciences. In December 1989, the management section under the School of Social Sciences became an academic school on its own, known as the School of Management. Since then the school has enjoyed a huge success. As part of an Accelerated Programme for Excellence (APEX) agenda, the School of Management’s business and management studies has been placed in the 101-150 rank bracket of the 2017 Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Ranking by Subject in the same vein. USM itself is ranked 63 by 2018 QS World University Rankings by Faculty for Social Sciences and Management. This automatically acknowledges School of Management in the eye of the world.
GENERAL ENTRY REQUIREMENT
ENTRY QUALIFICATION FOR INTERNATIONAL BY COUNTRY
Foundation courses are introductory courses or courses that build the foundation in a specific programme of study and as a result form the pre-requisite courses that are compulsory for all students of the programme. These courses are at the 100 and 200 levels that have been determined by the same programme of study or another programme of study that is related. These courses are common to all students of the programme of study.
There are two types of core courses in the Bachelor of Management programme. The first type is the common core courses and they are compulsory for all students. The second type is the major core courses that are compulsory for students who specialise in a particular field of specialisation.
Elective courses are those that enhance or support a particular specialisation or major in a programme of study. These are courses at the 300 level for specific fields of specialisation only.
Minor courses are a package of courses in one area of specialisation or a package of courses reserved for and offered to students of another programme of study. Students of the School of Management are encouraged to take minor programmes from the following fields: Economics, TV and Film Production, Journalism, Computer Science, Translation, English and Islamic Studies.
Strategy and Organisational Management
Security Finance Industry
Sales & Marketing Sector
Hotel & Tourism Sector