Awarding Institute: 
Overview: 

Specially designed for working adults, the Executive Diploma provides you with the competitive edge you need to establish your career path. Learn through a motivating environment, based on student-centered learning and acquire further knowledge, skills, techniques and ethics to excel in your careers.

The Executive Diploma recognises prior learning and skills gained through work experience as entry into the programme. Instead of a higher education diploma that would normally take 3 years, the Executive Diploma is for the working adult and can be completed in just 1½ years.

With this Business Administration Executive Diploma, we aim to increase and enrich your knowledge across a broad range of business disciplines and develop skills relating to business operations in areas such as management, administration, accounting, human resource management, marketing and entrepreneurship.

Discipline: 
Programme Structure: 
  • Academic English
  • Microeconomics
  • Principles of Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Financial Accounting
  • Macroeconomics
  • Principles of Marketing
  • Business and Company Law
  • Cost Accounting
  • Management Information System
  • Marketing Management
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Business Research

Note: You will be required to do 3 compulsory MQA Subjects

Entry Requirements: 
  • Working adults at a minimum age of 21
  • 2 years working experience
Career Opportunities: 

An Executive Diploma in Business Administration will arm you with the basic knowledge and theories that apply to the business organisation. Learn the way organisations operate - from a micro and macro perspective, analysing based on objectives and goals, changing trends in business strategies, applying critical decision making and improving the future organisation profitability and sustainability.

The Executive Diploma in Business Administration will prepare you to be efficient in a diverse team as a leader or supervisor, demonstrating awareness and understanding of management, economics, accounting and entrepreneurship.