- Theresa Mhaka – MBA, PGDE, BBA
- Barnold Baidya, A. – PhD, MCom, MBA, BBA
- Innocent Sigauke – MBA, MCom, BCom, Grad CE
- Marry Mhlanga – MBA, MSc, Bsc
- Ntando Tshuma – MCom, MBA, BCom, Hon, HND, Dip
- Florence Zimunya – PhD, MBA, BCom, CIS:
- Phanson Tshuma – MBA, BBA, BEd, Dip, CE:
- Mduduzi Sibanda – MBA, BBA
- Michael Tsukirana – MSc, BCom,HND, ND:
- Anne Mawere – Mcom, BBA, Dip:
- Joyline R. Muvezwa –Mcom, BCom Hons:
- Hope Hogo – MSc, BCom:
- Letshane Mlalazi – MSc, BCom:
DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT & MARKETING
The Department of Management and Marketing has these objectives for the business student:
- To prepare students to be academically sound for graduate studies and professional bodies such as MBA, CIS, IPM, and IMM.
- To develop students’ managerial skills which enable them to meet the organisational challenges and their future careers.
- To create a sense of managerial responsibility and accountability in the minds of students.
- To help students harmonise business ethics and Christian values.
In modern society individuals such as restaurants’ managers, production managers, marketing managers, shop managers, executive managers, deans, superintendents, ship captains, general managers or strategic managers to name a few, do important work. These individuals may work in different organisations with different goals, but they all have one characteristic in common: they practice management.
Our society and economy as a whole depend on the goals and services provided by organisations which are managed by individuals with managerial skills. The training of sufficient managers is crucial in terms of a country’s growth and wealth, especially in our society where there is a critical shortage of people with managerial skills.
The degree is suitable for students who want to follow careers in any sector of the economy as functional managers, general managers or executive managers.
Professionals such as engineers, accountants, medical practitioners and lawyers need managerial skills to make progress in their respective companies or practices. The degree enables graduates to work as management consultants or to manage their own companies as entrepreneurs.
- Have 5 O’ levels including Mathematics.
- Have at least two ‘A’ Level subjects passed
- Students with accounting or business studies in O/A Level programme have an added advantage.
For students coming from countries where ‘A’ Levels are not offered, one will be considered for admission if they qualify for entry into university in their home countries. However, if admitted, the students must spend the first year in the Pre-University programme covering the following introductory courses: Introduction to Accounting, Introduction to Business, Fundamental in Information Systems and Personal Finance
The Department accepts a limited number of students based on the Mature Age Examination Entry, and/or professional qualification and related work experience. Generally, the number of such students shall not exceed two percent of the total student enrolment in the Department in a given year (see the section for Mature Age Entrance requirements in this Bulletin).
To be eligible for graduation students must have successfully completed the following requirements:
|BBA MARKETING Total Credits||120|
BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION IN MARKETING DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES
ORIE 100: ORIENTATION (0 Credits)
WOED 121-122: WORK EDUCATION (0 Credits)
HLED 115: Healthier Living (2 Credits)
HIST 276: Selected Themes in Zimbabwean History (2 Credits)
RELB 180: Studies in the Gospels (3 Credits)
RELH 360: Seventh-day Adventist Heritage (2 Credits)
RELT 215: Philosophy of Christian Education (2 Credits)