DIPLOMA IN FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
This course explains the basic theory, knowledge and skills and techniques of marketing, and combines with case study to promote student’s ability of problem analyzing and solving. After learning this course, students should grasp the knowledge including basic concepts of marketing, marketing management, analysis of marketing environment, market research and prediction, customer behavior, competitors and competition strategies, marketing in a target market, product analyzing and marketing strategies, price decision and price strategic choice, marketing channels as well as it’s selection and management, the promotion of product and the selection of promotion strategies, corporation identity design and treatment with the crisis when company encountered, etc.
2. Human Resource Management
The main content in this course for the diploma student are covered with Human resource management introduction, planning, analysis, recruitment and employment, performance management, compensation management, training, career development, labor relationship and Human resource management in a cross-culture environment, etc. After learning, students should grasp the basic theory and method of human resource management, and know the common procedure of human resource management in companies
3. Principle of Management
By the main line of basic function of management, this course explains the basic theory, knowledge and skills and techniques of management, and combines with case study to promote student’s ability of problem analysing and solving. After learning this course, students should grasp the basic theory and technique of management; know the history of the development of theories and ideas of management; master the basic function of management such as plan, organization, lead, control, etc, as well as their correlations; grasp the analytic skills of management environment and method; know how to set up the management goal; grasp the basic knowledge of human resource in recruitment and training; grasp the theory of inspiration and the method of innovation
4. Business Calculations
This module is intended to give students an introduction into the various aspects of Cost Accounting that they are likely to encounter in their working lives. This module includes the application of knowledge to practical scenarios and introduces elements of management accounting, with a view to their progression opportunities onto qualifications in a similar field that incorporate management accounting techniques.
5. Cost Accounting
Cost Accounting is for students who work in, or want to work in accounting environments where they will be required to produce cost information. This qualification provides the key knowledge and understanding of the role of cost accounting in business; costs relating to labour, material and overheads; marginal costing; coding systems and the role of management information systems in organisations.
6. Bookkeeping and Accounting
All businesses require accurate bookkeeping records that are maintained on a regular basis. Consequently, there is a demand for employees who possess these skills. This module is intended for students who wish to gain a thorough foundation in bookkeeping and accounting practices, including double-entry bookkeeping. It is also for students who wish to understand bookkeeping and accounting in accordance with the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB).
This module is also for those who are working, or who are preparing to work, in an accounting environment maintaining financial records and preparing accounts. This module will give students the opportunity to develop an understanding of the basic principles underlying the recording of business transactions. It will also give students the ability to prepare and interpret accounts for sole traders, partnerships, limited companies, manufacturing and non-profit making organisations.