Advanced Diploma in Business Management

The Advanced Diploma in Business Management programme is designed to provide the theoretical and practical perspective of business management

You will be exposed to a full range of management skills that is useful to succeed in today’s business environment.

Programme Objective

To educate the students on the nature of business management.

To develop students intellectual capabilities of interpretation and analysis; critical evaluation; selection and synthesis; reasoned argument; research and problem solving skills.

To understand business management problems, select and apply appropriate methodologies and devise solutions to these problems.

To analyse the business management environment and adopt innovative approaches to the development of business management.

To develop analytical and evaluative skills.

To develop sound understanding of good accounting and finance practices.

To employ appropriate research methods to identify trends and changes in business cycles.

To understand business management problems, select and apply appropriate methodologies and devise solutions to these problems.

To understand the importance of technology in the business environment.

To develop analytical and evaluative skills.

Programme Objective

Generally the curriculums for all levels are taught over 4 terms of 12 weeks. Modules are conducted in formal instructor-led classroom sessions where students are introduced to the course discipline. Each term will cover 2-3 modules with 54 contact hours per module. Lectures are 3-hour sessions and Tutorial 3-hour sessions weekly.

Delivery Schedule

 2019 Quarter 19
7 Jan 2019 -  5 Apr 2019 

 2019 Quarter 2
15 Apr 2019 - 28 Jun 2019 

 2019 Quarter 3
8 Jul 2019 - 20 Sep 2019 

 2019 Quarter 4 
30 Sep 2019 - 27 Dec 2019 

BM2040

Human Resource and Cross Cultural Management

BM2110

Performance Management

BM 2030

Operations Management 

BM2040

Human Resource and Cross Cultural Management

BM2050

Management Information System 

BM2020

Organisational Behaviour

BM 2080

Marketing Management

BM2050

Management Information System 

BM2260

Financial Management

BM 2090

Research Methods 

 

 

BM2260

Financial Management

* Advanced Diploma in Business  Management

Mode & Duration
Full-time: 9 mths
Part-time: 9 mths

Intakes
Jan /  Apr  /  Jul  /  Oct

Registration

One Month Prior to Intake Dates

Average Teacher-Student Ratio
1:30

Assessment
Each module is assessed by academic work comprising written assignments, case study reports, essays, examination as determined by the subject profile. The assessment criterion varies from module to module and level to level.

Diploma in Business  Management

Academic Requirement:
Relevant EASB Diploma
or
Polytechnic Diploma
or
LCCI Diploma Level 4
or
Equivalent academic qualification from a recognized higher learning institution

AND

English Proficiency Requirement:
Minimum EASB ETEDP Level 2 / IELTS 5.5 / GCE O-Level C6

(For mature students who do not meet the above minimum academic entry requirements but have prior learning or work experience in the relevant fields, please contact EASB for consultation.)

 

Application Procedure
You may apply to EASB either by visiting EASB Balestier Campus
or
mail your application to East Asia Institute of Managment,  9 Ah Hood Road, Singapore 329975
Course Fee
  International students
  Full-Time
  Tuition Fees
S$ 10,800
  Examination Fees
S$ 1,400
  Application and Enrolment
S$ 450
  Administrative Fee
S$ 1,000
  Study Material
S$ 600
  TOTAL
S$ 14,250
  Singaporean / PR
  Full-Time
  Tuition Fees
S$ 6,600
  Examination Fees
S$ 800
  Application and Enrolment
S$ 150
  Administrative Fee
S$ 800
  Study Material
S$ 600
  TOTAL
S$ 8,950
  Singaporean / PR
  Part-Time
  Tuition Fees
S$ 6,600
  Examination Fees
S$ 800
  Application and Enrolment
S$ 150
  Administrative Fee
S$ 800
  Study Material
S$ 600
  TOTAL
S$ 8,950
  Medical Insurance Waived
  FPS Insurance or Escrow Bank Charge Waived
  Other miscelleneous fees may apply ( Please click here  for more information)
Application and Enrolment Fee is non-refundable.
All prices are subject to prevailing Goods & Services Tax (GST) of 7%.
All prices are effective for intakes from August 2014.
Start of class is subjected to minimum class size achieved.
Managerial Accounting

Students will learn the role of Management Accounting Decision Making, Performance Evaluation and Rewards. They will learn the difference between Management Accounting and Financial Accounting and how Cost Accounting Systems are designed and used for tracking and measuring resource consumption. Key topics will include Job Order Costing and Overheads Allocation, Costing and Value Chain, Cost-Volume-Pro t-Analysis; Incremental Analysis, Responsibility Accounting and Transfer Pricing, Use of Variances; Standard Costing, Operational Budgeting and Capital Budgeting.

Management Information Systems with FinTech Applications

This module provides students with an introduction to the various types of Information Systems (IS) especially Management Information System and how IS can be employed to support various business functions. At the end of this module, the student would have a gained a deeper understanding of what Business Analyst needs to deliver. This module also seeks to deliver a highimpact focus on advancing current FinTech and TechFin applications in a real-worlda application setting, and expect to dive into details from Peer-to-Peer(P2P) Lending platform to Payments platform and Cryptocurrencies.

Financial Management

This module is designed for finance and business students to enable them to present and apply theories of corporate finance. Students will learn about the goals of managerial finance and the roles of financial managers and be exposed to financial and ratio analysis and its limitations. The core areas cover Financial Forecasting, Planning and Budgeting; Management of Working Capital; Sources of Finance; Time Value of Money and Capital Investment Appraisal; Capital Budgeting; Cost of Capital; Leverage and Capital Structure and Dividend Policy.

Human Resource and Cross-Cultural Management

The module aims to equip students with the abilities and skills to adapt and manage an increasingly diverse and competitive business environment. Topics include the strategic role of human resource management; diversity management; job analysis and job design; human resource planning; and recruiting, screening and selection of candidates; interviewing candidates; orientation, training and development; compensation, incentives and benefits; evaluating and appraising employee performance; and organizational culture and change and cross-cultural issues.

Innovation & Entrepreneurship II

Furthering from Innovation and Entrepreneurship I , this module looks into developing sustainable venture; value creation; social entrepreneurship, innovation within the value chain of an organization; ownership and structure; innovators in action: managing rapid growth, managing a troubled organisation, and crafting a personal strategy. An insight of the process reveals more than how innovation is carried out in a systematical structure, it leads to the concept of social entrepreneurship to support the idea of environmental sustainability and challenges. (78 words)

Organisational Behaviour

This module enables students to learn about the behaviour of people in organisations by examining theories, researches, and managerial practices in areas such as leadership, group dynamics, con ict resolution, motivation, and individual di erences. Its aim is to increase management skills through group project, which encourages the integration of personal experiences and learning with relevant theory to develop a useful framework for understanding human behaviour in an organisation.

Research Methods

This module introduces students to the core concepts, methods, and values involved in doing research, from formulating research questions, reviewing the literature, designing questionnaires, to carrying out data analysis and presenting research results. The strengths and weaknesses of research methods are examined to help students choose an appropriate methodology, and the wider philosophical issues and ethical controversies that affect research are discussed. It also examines the distinction between quantitative and qualitative research techniques and how and when they should be used.

Operations Management

This module provides students with the conceptual framework of Operations Management that is applicable to both manufacturing and the service industries. Students will be exposed to Operations Management; Operations Decision Making; Forecasting; Facility Location; Materials Management-purchasing, inventory and JIT systems; MRP and CRP; Scheduling and Control; Project Management – CPM/PERT; and Quality Management and TQM system. Emphasis will be on applying problem solving, decision-making and project management tools in their work.