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Regulations for the Degree of Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS)


1.   Candidates for the degree of Bachelor of Management Studies must enrol, and follow an approved programme of study in the Waikato Management School for at least four years.
2.   The programme of study for the degree comprises 480 points at Levels 1, 2, 3 and 4, including at least 360 points above Level 1, 200 points above Level 2 and 80 points above Level 3.
3.   Candidates must complete the compulsory papers prescribed in the appendix to these regulations.
4.   Candidates must demonstrate competency in computing and in writing, as prescribed in the Waikato Management School Student Handbook.
5.   Candidates must complete the requirements of a major subject. The major subjects for the degree are:
      Accounting
      Economics
      Finance
      Human Resource Management
      Information Systems Management
      International Management
      Management Communication
      Marketing
      Public Relations
      Strategic Management
      Supply Chain Management
      Tourism Management
6.   To complete the requirements of a major subject, candidates must gain 120 points above Level 1 in that subject, including 40 points above Level 3. The specific requirements for the major subjects are prescribed in the Waikato Management School Student Handbook.
7.   Alternatively, and subject to the approval of the Dean, candidates may be permitted to satisfy these requirements within an interdisciplinary programme.
  The interdisciplinary programmes for the degree are:
      International Management
      Leisure Management1
  The specific requirements for the interdisciplinary programmes are prescribed in the Waikato Management School Student Handbook.
8.   Candidates may complete a second major subject selected from the major subjects specified in section 5 of these regulations or from the major subjects specified for other bachelors degrees of the University of Waikato.
9.   To complete the requirements of a second major subject from
  (a)   within the Waikato Management School, candidates must gain 120 points above Level 1 in that subject, including 40 points above Level 3. Candidates undertaking a second major may count the compulsory paper 499 Report of an Investigation towards their second major provided that the 499 is in the area of their second major. In addition to the 499 candidates will be required to gain 40 points above Level 3 in their second major.
  (b)   outside the Waikato Management School, candidates must satisfy the requirements specified for that major in the Calendar.
10.   Candidates may include a maximum of 130 points, other than the compulsory papers prescribed in the appendix, from subjects other than the major subjects specified in section 5 of these regulations. This restriction does not apply to candidates who have received the approval of the Dean of the Waikato Management School to follow the requirements of one of the interdisciplinary programmes listed in section 7 of these regulations.
11.   Candidates must gain at least 75 points at Level 1 before enrolling for papers at Level 2.
12.   Candidates must gain at least 120 points at Level 1 and 80 points at Level 2 before enrolling for papers above Level 2.
13.   The Personal Programmes of Study Regulations Governing Bachelors Degrees apply in these regulations and include provisions for the variation or waiver of these regulations in individual cases by the Academic Board or delegated authority.
Note:
1.   There will be no new intake into the Leisure Management programme in 2006.

Appendix
Compulsory Papers
ACCT101 Accounting for Management
ECON100 Business Economics and the New Zealand Economy
ECON200 Macroeconomics and the Global Economy
FINA201 Finance
HRMG241 Organisational Behaviour
MCOM200 Management Communication
MKTG151 Introduction to Marketing and International Management
MNGT221 Business Law, Ethics and the Treaty of Waitangi
MSYS111 Information Systems and Supply Chain Management
STAT160 Management Statistics
STMG191 Introduction to Management
STMG391 Strategic Management
xxxx499 Report of an Investigation

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