Bachelor of Management
|Awarding body/institution 頒授機構||Macao Polytechnic Institute|
|Responsible school 負責學校||School of Business|
|Endorsement in the Official Gazette 政府公報批示||123/2010|
|Name of final award / programme Title 學位及課程名稱||Bachelor of Management|
|Duration of study 學習年期||4 years|
|MPI programme code 理工課程編號||4LGDI/4LGNI|
|FHEQ level of award FHEQ學歷水準||Level 6|
|Programme Accredited by 專業認可機構|
|Language of Instruction 授課語言||English for 4LGDI/4LGNI, Chinese for 4LGNC|
Academic units which will also be involved in teaching part of the programme
|School of Languages and Translation, MPI Bell Centre of English|
Institution(s) other than MPI that will provide some teaching to the programme
|Alliance Française de Macao|
Programme outline 課程簡介
The Management degree programme consists of 4 year full-time study, totaling 140 hours of contact (credits). Each year has two semesters, and each semester has six 3-credit courses to deliver except in the final year (which each semester has four 3-credit courses and one 4-credit course). The first two years of study are primarily intended to provide students with knowledge of generic skills (herein known as general or broad-based knowledge) and core business knowledge to all business students, including Management students. The third year of study is to provide mainly knowledge of Management related concepts and skills, and the fourth year consists of advanced level of management knowledge.
Year 1 Objective:To build up a solid foundation by learning social and business knowledge expected to be possessed by business professionals in general.
Year 2 Objective:To gain understanding of the "how" businesses operate and the requisite knowledge expected of professional managers. Concurrently, Management skills handling sophisticates business issues will be introduced.
Year 3 Objective:To extend the skill sets that Management professionals must possess to function effectively within business environment.
Year 4 Objective:To provide knowledge that could pave the way for students to advance to senior level of corporate management.
Programme objectives 課程目標
This Programme is designed to prepare students for a career in the management field, and become effective management professionals in our society. The programme goal is to train students for management entry positions while laying a solid foundation of knowledge expertise for executive positions in all aspects of industry. The programme is characterized by its holistic approach to business training, one that provides students with advanced management knowledge, while aiming at fostering students’ ability to work as a corporate team player and demonstrate an entrepreneurial business instinct.
What will you be expected to achieve? 期望達到的成效
Core concepts, values and skills:Students will master management concepts, values and skills for business including strategy development, critical thinking and problem solving using creative and logical analytical skills.
Appropriate tools and technologies:Students will apply tools and technologies appropriate to the business activities, systems and possesses in which they work.
Lifelong Learners:Students will apply theoretically based practical education to the work environment while becoming successful lifelong learners.
Leadership:Students will provide leadership while functioning as team, group and organization members to accomplish goals.
Legal and Ethical Values:Students will exercise care by considering the legal, ethical and human value implications of personal, social and business activities, as well as the significance of business trends to the larger society.
Effective Communication Skills:Student will communicate clearly and effectively in the verbal and written forms and styles appropriate for the management profession.
Intercultural Competence:Students will commit to learn and practice management skills that will develop competencies required to live in a global community.
Academic contents 學術內容
|A1||Apply contemporary Management theories and practices in the context of decision-making in Planning, Organising, Leading and Controlling in business and management of people and organisation.|
|A2||Knowledge and understanding of analytical tools used to analyse and intrepret managements problems, challenges and risks in a changing world.|
|A3||Communicate clearly and effectively in verbal and written forms and styles appropriate for the Management profession in a global community.|
Disciplinary skills‐ able to 學科技能
|B1||Demonstrate proficiency in the use of business-related software applications and numerical techniques to analyze business problems across a range of business domains that affects current and future business operations.|
|B2||Describe the impact of social, cultural, financial, eco-political, legal and human factors in Macao and and globally.|
|B3||Analyze and think critically and present effective justification of recommended actions, and persuasive messages with the intention to affect the perceptions of audience and other recipients.|
|C1||Demonstrate competency to act independently or as a group, and to lead and support team mates with integrity and uphold professional ethical standards.|
|C2||Manage their needs to develop competency to enhance their skills sets and knowledge domain by consistently attending training workshops and seminars, or engaging in further studies.|
|C3||Aspire to uphold professional ethical standards and corporate social responsibilities.|
How will you learn? 如何學習
Depending on the purpose of each course’s intended learning outcomes, the teaching methodology employed varies. They can be classified into a mix of the following teaching activities:
- Group project
- In‐class Q&A discussion and quiz
- Laboratory exercise and coaching
One-way communication which mainly employs lectures, tutorials and illustrations is considered to be effective for theories, concepts, and new knowledge related courses. Two-way or interactive communication is used in tutorial discussions. In-class Q&A discussion and quiz, laboratory exercise and coaching are used to build up logical thought and then analytical work. These teaching methods are and will be used throughout the programme structure as the instructors see fit in delivering expected outcomes of the programme.
How will you be assessed? 如何評核
To ensure effective learning of course materials, students of the Management programme are assessed, in general, on an ongoing basis as they are learning, and will be examined comprehensively at the end of each course. Basically, the assessing methodology includes term tests (written or laboratorial), assignments and projects, and final examination (written or laboratorial), depending on individual course requirements. Assessments are designed in accordance with the programme goals to achieve certain desirable outcomes as a result of training under the programme. This includes course knowledge, logical thinking and analysis ability, ethics and social obligation, business knowledge, team building knowledge and skills, language and communication skills, contemporary Management knowledge and application skills expected to be possessed by the Management profession.
How is the programme structured? 課程架構
Learning Module Title
Learning Module Code
Learning ModuleSelection Status
Year of Study
|Principles of Accounting I||ACCT1100||3||Compulsory||1||1|
|Principles of Accounting II||ACCT1110||3||Compulsory||1||2|
|Introduction to Business||BUSS1100||3||Compulsory||1||1|
|Principles of Management||BUSS1110||3||Compulsory||1||2|
|Business Software Applications||COMP1100||3||Compulsory||1||1|
|Business Computing with Internet Applications||COMP1110||3||Compulsory||1||2|
|Putonghua I *||MAND1101||3||Elective||1||1|
|Putonghua II *||MAND1102||3||Elective||1||2|
|French I *||FREN1101||3||Elective||1||1|
|French II *||FREN1102||3||Elective||1||2|
|Japanese I *||JAPN1101||3||Elective||1||1|
|Japanese II *||JAPN1102||3||Elective||1||2|
|Portuguese I *||PORT1101||3||Elective||1||1|
|Portuguese II *||PORT1102||3||Elective||1||2|
|Human Resources Management||HHRM2120||3||Compulsory||2||2|
|Small Business Management||MGMT2130||3||Compulsory||2||2|
|Principles of Marketing||MRKT2100||3||Compulsory||2||1|
|Elective subject I||3||Elective||2||1|
|Elective subject II||3||Elective||2||2|
|Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility||BUSS3120||3||Compulsory||3||1|
|Business Research Methods||BUSS3130||3||Compulsory||3||2|
|Total Quality Management||MGMT3130||3||Compulsory||3||1|
|Leadership Principles and Practices||MGMT3150||3||Compulsory||3||2|
|Cross Cultural Management||MGMT4130||3||Compulsory||4||1|
|Selected Topics in Management||MGMT4160||3||Compulsory||4||2|
|Graduation Report I||MGPO4100||4||Compulsory||4||1|
|Graduation Report II||MGPO4110||4||Compulsory||4||2|
|Business, Government and Society||BUSS0130||3||Elective|
|Environmental Management System||BUSS0131||3||Elective|
|World Regional Geography||GEOG0110||3||Elective|
|Macao History and Culture||HIST0110||3||Elective|
|Macao Basic Law||LLAW0120||3||Elective|
|Management Information Systems||MMIS0140||3||Elective|
|Introduction to Public Administration||PADM0120||3||Elective|
|Introduction to Psychology||PSYC0110||3||Elective|
|Introduction to Sociology||SOCI1130||3||Elective|
What are the Entry Requirements? 入學條件
According to Article 3 of Academic Regulations Governing Bachelor's Degree Programmes of MPI,
An applicant shall be considered for admission to a bachelor’s degree programme of the Institute if s/hea) holds a qualification not lower than Grade 12 or the equivalent, andb) fulfils other admission criteria prescribed by the programme of study concerned.
An applicant of age 23 or above, proven to possess relevant capabilities (especially in the entrance examination(s) of MPI), shall be considered for admission to a bachelor’s degree programme with a waiver on the requirement in item a) of above point.
How do we listen and act on your feedback? 如何聽取及回應學生的回饋
(1) A student tutoring system is set up to listen and help students for students of each school year; (2) Weekly office hours are available for consultation and advice; (3) School level and program level dialogs are/and will be held each semester. Information and opinions from these sources will be channelled back to the School Director and/or Coordinator for meetings to discuss possible solutions and improvements.
Academic support and guidance 教學支援及指導
Other than solicitng student feedback as described above, tutoring and office hours are also used to coach for their academic difficulties. In addition, there are many other student supports: English writing clinics on a weekly basis; Scholarship opportunities; coaching and training for competition at school and national levels; new student orientation meeting with handbook and handouts; e-learning platform for communication between teachers and students online; access to e-journal and periodical subscriptions; WiFi campus and computer labs, etc.
Programme-specific rules and facts 課程特定的規則及事項
Support for students with disabilities 身心障礙學生支援
Macao Polytechnic Institute has in place an institution-wide policy to ensure that all student needs are taken care of and a supportive and accessible learning environment is maintained. When cases of special needs are notified or identified, special arrangements are made on a case-by-case basis with the joint effort of the programme and various student support services of the Institute, such as the Registry, the Student Affairs Office, the Information Technology Department and the Campus Management and Development Department, etc. to provide the necessary support.
Links with employers, internship opportunities and transferable skills 與僱主的關係、實習機會及可轉移技能
Each semester, the institute and the school have arranged various types of extra-curicular activities to invite professional bodies, professionals and senior level business executives to share their experience to attending students. At the end of each school year, the school has hosted meeting with its industrial advisory board to discuss and solicit needs of the businesses, and training opportunities.