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1. BSc. (Hons) Business and Management
2. BSc. (Hons) Engineering Management
3. BSc. (Hons) Accountancy Management
4. BSc. (Hons) Computing Management
5. BSc. (Hons) Leisure and Tourism Management
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1. BSc. (Hons) Business & Management (Top-Up)

Duration
Full-Time
: 1 year; Part-Time: 1.5 years

Entry Requirement
- Relevant Polytechnic Diploma or Higher Diploma or equivalent 

Tuition Fee

 

Fees Breakdown

Total Payable(S$)

Full-Time

Course fee

$19,900.00

Course material fee

$245

Examination fee

$240

(A) Total Course Fees Payable

$20,385.00

(B) No of Installments

6

(C) Installment Amount (C = A/B)

$3,397.50 / per 2 months

Part-Time

Course fee

$14,950.00

Course material fee

-

Examination fee

-

(A) Total Course Fees Payable

$14,950.00

(B) No of Installments

9

(C) Installment Amount (C = A/B)

$$1,661.11/ per 2 months

Note 1. The prevailing GST of 7% applies to all fees. Fees cited above are exclusive of GST;
2. Miscellaneous Fees & Payment methods: click here for details...

Commencement Date
Refer to Schedule

Parchment (Certificate of Graduation)
Students who successfully complete the program will be awarded EHU BSc. (Hons) Business & Management.

Course Modules and Lecturers
BUS 2003 Research Methods
BUS 2106 Graduate Skills
BUS 3000 Strategy & Decision Making
BUS 3001 Dissertation
BUS 3002 International Management
BUS 3004 International Strategic Marketing
BUS 3010 Global Influences

Modules Synopsis

BUS 2003 Research Methods
The module is essential underpinning for the Level 6 Dissertation.  It introduces students to a range of research methodologies and guides them to the development of their research proposal.

BUS 2106 Graduate Skills
The development of graduate skills and preparation for employment are critical aspects of the degree. This Module furthers the career development learning plans for students enabling them to have the required skills and confidence in applying and securing employment for both short-term and long term posts, thus enhancing their overall prospects in gaining graduate level employment. Learners will to record their skills enhancement in their portfolio and reflect on their experiences at the end of the level. The module will run throughout the two semesters that students study in Singapore with the focus changing from study skills to those related to the graduate labour market.

BUS 3000 Strategy & Decision Making
The module provides an opportunity to consider how different business functions relate together in informing the development of strategy. Deciding strategic directions is about meeting choices and aspects of decision making are therefore included in the module.

BUS 3001 Dissertation
The dissertation is a key piece of evidence that a student has developed and can apply graduate level skills. It requires the design and implementation of a research project in an area of business or management and should include some element of original research, for example interviews or a questionnaire. The module follows on from Research Methods at Level 5 and ideally students should identify their project as part of that module. Support on the dissertation is given by a specified tutor although the responsibility for managing the process rests with the student.

BUS 3002 International Management
The module will be organised around three core themes. Theme one will outline the development of the global economy throughout the 20th and 21st centuries. It will concentrate on the importance of existing and new centres of production in developed and developing economies in Western and Central/Eastern Europe, The Americas and the Asian ‘Tiger economies’. It will be located in a theoretical discussion centred on the convergence/divergence dualism. Theme two will look at the role of the ‘stateless corporation’ and Management Development programmes in the growth of the ‘Global Manager and assess the role of state-centred regulatory frameworks. Theme three will identify the distinctiveness of, and similarities between, national and regional models of management and the specificity of their people management strategies.

BUS 3004 International Strategic Marketing
The increase of globalisation on business means that an understanding of international influences becomes critical. This module develops understanding of marketing concepts by providing opportunities to apply them in international and strategic contexts.

BUS 3010 Global Influences
The increasing trend towards globalisation represents a challenge to 21st century organisations.  This module provides theoretical insights into globalisation and provides opportunities to use these to analyse current events.

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2. BSc. (Hons) Engineering Management (Top-Up)

Duration
Full-Time
/ Part-Time: 1.5 years

Entry Requirement
- Relevant Polytechnic Diploma or Higher Diploma or equivalent 

Tuition Fee

 

Fees Breakdown

Total Payable(S$)

Full-Time

Course fee

$19,900.00

Course material fee

$245

Examination fee

$240

(A) Total Course Fees Payable

$20,385.00

(B) No of Installments

9

(C) Installment Amount (C = A/B)

$2,265.00 / per 2 months

Part-Time

Course fee

$14,950.00

Course material fee

-

Examination fee

-

(A) Total Course Fees Payable

$14,950.00

(B) No of Installments

9

(C) Installment Amount (C = A/B)

$$1,661.11/ per 2 months

Note 1. The prevailing GST of 7% applies to all fees. Fees cited above are exclusive of GST;
2. Miscellaneous Fees & Payment methods: click here for details...

Commencement Date
Refer to Schedule

Parchment (Certificate of Graduation)
Students who successfully complete the program will be awarded EHU BSc. (Hons) Engineering Management.

Course Modules and Lecturers
BUS 2003 Research Methods
BUS 2106 Graduate Skills
BUS 3010 Global Influences
BUS 3020 Operations Management
BUS 3121 Contemporary Issues in Technology
BUS 3122 Project Management for Engineers
BUS 3123 Supply Chain Management
BUS 3001 Dissertation

Modules Synopsis

BUS 2003 Research Methods
The module is essential underpinning for the Level 6 Dissertation.  It introduces students to a range of research methodologies and guides them to the development of their research proposal.

BUS 2106 Graduate Skills
The development of graduate skills and preparation for employment are critical aspects of the degree. This Module furthers the career development learning plans for students enabling them to have the required skills and confidence in applying and securing employment for both short-term and long term posts, thus enhancing their overall prospects in gaining graduate level employment. Learners will to record their skills enhancement in their portfolio and reflect on their experiences at the end of the level. The module will run throughout the two semesters that students study in Singapore with the focus changing from study skills to those related to the graduate labour market.

BUS 3010 Global Influences
The increasing trend towards globalisation represents a challenge to 21st century organisations.  This module provides theoretical insights into globalisation and provides opportunities to use these to analyse current events.

BUS 3020 Operations Management
The overall philosophy of the module is concerned with an analysis of how things are made and delivered. It explores the role of operations management in service and manufacturing organizations in different national locations and will address issues of quality, inventory management, lean production, logistics, supply chain management and innovation. Irrespective of whether they operate in manufacturing, service, voluntary, public or private sectors organizations are factories for transforming the raw materials of nature into socially useful goods or services. Managing these transformation processes is at the core of organisational success in the promotion of efficient and effective practice.

BUS 3121 Contemporary Issues in Technology
The world of technology is constantly changing as advances in engineering, science and IT results in new systems being constantly developed and new application areas being discovered. This module will provide students with an opportunity to consider the impact of these emerging technologies.

BUS 3122 Project Management for Engineers
The module builds on students’ previous experience in studying engineering and seeks to develop their ability to contribute to and subsequently lead project teams. It provides an opportunity to develop skills within an engineering context and to use commercial software to manage the activity.

BUS 3123 Supply Chain Management
An understanding of the key areas of logistics is critical to managers. This module covers these elements and includes aspects of: purchasing, materials control, manufacturing planning, distribution and the relationships between them. By the end of the module students will have an understanding of the ways in which a supply chain can be used to enhance customer service and satisfaction. The module will also consider how e-business has altered the design of supply chains and will go on to consider some of the issues which impact on sustainability.

BUS 3001 Dissertation
The dissertation is a key piece of evidence that a student has developed and can apply graduate level skills. It requires the design and implementation of a research project in an area of business or management and should include some element of original research, for example interviews or a questionnaire. The module follows on from Research Methods at Level 5 and ideally students should identify their project as part of that module. Support on the dissertation is given by a specified tutor although the responsibility for managing the process rests with the student.

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3. BSc. (Hons) Accountancy Management (Top-Up)

Duration
Full-Time
/ Part-Time: 1.5 years

Entry Requirement
- Relevant Polytechnic Diploma or Higher Diploma or equivalent 

Tuition Fee

 

Fees Breakdown

Total Payable(S$)

Full-Time

Course fee

$19,900.00

Course material fee

$245

Examination fee

$240

(A) Total Course Fees Payable

$20,385.00

(B) No of Installments

9

(C) Installment Amount (C = A/B)

$2,265.00 / per 2 months

Part-Time

Course fee

$14,950.00

Course material fee

-

Examination fee

-

(A) Total Course Fees Payable

$14,950.00

(B) No of Installments

9

(C) Installment Amount (C = A/B)

$$1,661.11/ per 2 months

Note 1. The prevailing GST of 7% applies to all fees. Fees cited above are exclusive of GST;
2. Miscellaneous Fees & Payment methods: click here for details...

Commencement Date
Refer to Schedule

Parchment (Certificate of Graduation)
Students who successfully complete the program will be awarded EHU BSc. (Hons) Accountancy Management.

Course Modules and Lecturers
BUS 2003 Research Methods
BUS 2106 Graduate Skills
BUS 3000 Strategy and Decision Making
BUS 3007 Accounting for the Environment
BUS 3008 Advanced Corporate Reporting
ACC 3008 Advanced Auditing and Assurance
BUS 3001 Dissertation

Modules Synopsis

BUS 2003 Research Methods
The module is essential underpinning for the Level 6 Dissertation.  It introduces students to a range of research methodologies and guides them to the development of their research proposal.

BUS 2106 Graduate Skills
The development of graduate skills and preparation for employment are critical aspects of the degree. This Module furthers the career development learning plans for students enabling them to have the required skills and confidence in applying and securing employment for both short-term and long term posts, thus enhancing their overall prospects in gaining graduate level employment. Learners will to record their skills enhancement in their portfolio and reflect on their experiences at the end of the level. The module will run throughout the two semesters that students study in Singapore with the focus changing from study skills to those related to the graduate labour market.

BUS 3000 Strategy and Decision Making
This module equips you with a critical understanding of how psychological, political, economic, social, cultural and technological factors influence decision-making and strategy formulation / implementation in a range of different types of organisation. Adopting an inter-disciplinary approach, the module also provides an opportunity to develop cognitive skills such as critical analysis and evaluation, communication skills (oral and written), team work, decision-making and creativity.

BUS 3007 Accounting for the Environment
The module looks at issues in an area of accounting that has developed rapidly over the last few years, and has grown into an important and distinct focus for accountants. You will consider how business operations impact on the environment, for example through global warming, pollution, recycling, ethical policies and oil energy efficiency, and analyse how businesses account for this impact, with the growth in environmental reporting. This module explores a range of the most important concerns within this area, allowing you to critically engage with them, and discover the impact of green issues on the way organisations view themselves and behave.

BUS 3008 Advanced Corporate Reporting
The module builds in an understanding of the bases on which financial statements are prepared, this module considers some of the significant regulatory issues such as financial standards.  It also considers the extent to which organisations can make choices about the accounting practices they follow.

ACC 3008 Advanced Auditing and Assurance
The module develops skills, knowledge and understanding from year two and synthesises theory and practice. You will be encouraged to examine legislation and apply the principles to audit strategies. Audit skills development in the initial stages will develop into a more critically evaluative discussion on the underpinning theory of auditing and its impact on the business environment.

BUS 3001 Dissertation
The dissertation is a key piece of evidence that a student has developed and can apply graduate level skills. It requires the design and implementation of a research project in an area of business or management and should include some element of original research, for example interviews or a questionnaire. The module follows on from Research Methods at Level 5 and ideally students should identify their project as part of that module. Support on the dissertation is given by a specified tutor although the responsibility for managing the process rests with the student.

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4. BSc. (Hons) Computing Management (Top-Up)

Duration
Full-Time
/ Part-Time: 1.5 years

Entry Requirement
- Relevant Polytechnic Diploma or Higher Diploma or equivalent 

Tuition Fee

 

Fees Breakdown

Total Payable(S$)

Full-Time

Course fee

$19,900.00

Course material fee

$245

Examination fee

$240

(A) Total Course Fees Payable

$20,385.00

(B) No of Installments

9

(C) Installment Amount (C = A/B)

$2,265.00 / per 2 months

Part-Time

Course fee

$14,950.00

Course material fee

-

Examination fee

-

(A) Total Course Fees Payable

$14,950.00

(B) No of Installments

9

(C) Installment Amount (C = A/B)

$$1,661.11/ per 2 months

Note 1. The prevailing GST of 7% applies to all fees. Fees cited above are exclusive of GST;
2. Miscellaneous Fees & Payment methods: click here for details...

Commencement Date
Refer to Schedule

Parchment (Certificate of Graduation)
Students who successfully complete the program will be awarded EHU BSc. (Hons) Computing Management.

Course Modules and Lecturers
BUS 2003 Research Methods
BUS 2106 Graduate Skills
CIS 3101 IT Management
CIS 3102 Project Management
CIS 3103 Internet Security
CIS 3110 Distributed Systems
CIS 3100 Research and Development Project

Modules Synopsis

BUS 2003 Research Methods
The module is essential underpinning for the Level 6 Dissertation.  It introduces students to a range of research methodologies and guides them to the development of their research proposal.

BUS 2106 Graduate Skills
The development of graduate skills and preparation for employment are critical aspects of the degree. This Module furthers the career development learning plans for students enabling them to have the required skills and confidence in applying and securing employment for both short-term and long term posts, thus enhancing their overall prospects in gaining graduate level employment. Learners will to record their skills enhancement in their portfolio and reflect on their experiences at the end of the level. The module will run throughout the two semesters that students study in Singapore with the focus changing from study skills to those related to the graduate labour market.

CIS 3101 IT Management
IT is now a strategic resource within organisations, and systematic planning and deployment are essential for competitive advantage. This module aims to develop an understanding and the knowledge to underpin the acquisition and ongoing management of systems and services within an organisation. The module also introduces the concept of business continuity and risk planning associated with current environmental changes and third party disruption.

CIS 3102 Project Management
This is a module that teaches skills that are frequently cited as being of high value by graduates after experience in industry. Software projects frequently fail to be delivered on time, within budget, to specification and to agreed quality standards. It is vital that you are able to plan and manage IT and software development projects effectively if you are to succeed. Project management is a complex activity and demands a professional approach. This module stresses the importance of project planning, monitoring and control in the management of large scale projects. It emphasises, not only the techniques which can be applied and the tools which can be used, but also the ‘softer’ human factors which must be taken into account in managing large project teams.

CIS 3103 Internet Security
Security is of increasing importance for a number of reasons. Society depends increasingly on computer systems; the systems are accessible from intranets and the internet, therefore increasing the risk to system integrity. Computing professionals need a sound understanding of the threats and vulnerabilities of a system, and preventative and recovery measures. In this module you will gain an in depth understanding of the principles of computer and network security, together with an understanding of the key vulnerabilities of a networked computer system. You will design and construct a secure network.

CIS 3110 Distributed Systems
During the last two decades we have witnessed how a traditional centralised computing model is rapidly changing to distributed one. This is driven by advances in communication technology and increased user demands for sophisticated applications. Such applications, regardless of the hosts on which they reside, require interoperability among heterogeneous hosts, operating systems and data sources. The development of distributed applications presents many challenges to application developers; therefore it is essential for computing graduates to acquire knowledge of developing systems / applications that are distributed. You will learn the main concepts of Parallel and Distributed systems through a number of modern and representative case studies. You will also construct an implementation of a small distributed system.

CIS 3100 Research and Development Project
This Module enables you to pursue individually an aspect of computing of your choice, fostering the development of initiative and self confidence. The project may take either of two forms: the creation of an appropriate system (software or hardware based), for a client, or an appropriate research dissertation. The term project refers to both of these options. You are responsible for managing your project, but will receive one-to-one support from your personal tutor throughout the year.

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5. BSc. (Hons) Leisure and Tourism Management (Top-Up)

Duration
Full-Time
/ Part-Time: 1.5 years

Entry Requirement
- Relevant Polytechnic Diploma or Higher Diploma or equivalent 

Tuition Fee

 

Fees Breakdown

Total Payable(S$)

Full-Time

Course fee

$19,900.00

Course material fee

$245

Examination fee

$240

(A) Total Course Fees Payable

$20,385.00

(B) No of Installments

9

(C) Installment Amount (C = A/B)

$2,265.00 / per 2 months

Part-Time

Course fee

$14,950.00

Course material fee

-

Examination fee

-

(A) Total Course Fees Payable

$14,950.00

(B) No of Installments

9

(C) Installment Amount (C = A/B)

$$1,661.11/ per 2 months

Note 1. The prevailing GST of 7% applies to all fees. Fees cited above are exclusive of GST;
2. Miscellaneous Fees & Payment methods: click here for details...

Commencement Date
Refer to Schedule

Parchment (Certificate of Graduation)
Students who successfully complete the program will be awarded EHU BSc. (Hons) Leisure and Tourism Management.

Course Modules and Lecturers
BUS 2003 Research Methods
BUS 2106 Graduate Skills
BUS 3004 International Strategic Marketing
BUS 3012 Strategic Human Resource Management for Leisure and Hospitality
BUS 3015 Global Leisure and Tourism
BUS 3016 Economics for Leisure and Tourism
BUS 3001 Dissertation

Modules Synopsis

BUS 2003 Research Methods
The module is essential underpinning for the Level 6 Dissertation.  It introduces students to a range of research methodologies and guides them to the development of their research proposal.

BUS 2106 Graduate Skills
The development of graduate skills and preparation for employment are critical aspects of the degree. This Module furthers the career development learning plans for students enabling them to have the required skills and confidence in applying and securing employment for both short-term and long term posts, thus enhancing their overall prospects in gaining graduate level employment. Learners will to record their skills enhancement in their portfolio and reflect on their experiences at the end of the level. The module will run throughout the two semesters that students study in Singapore with the focus changing from study skills to those related to the graduate labour market.

BUS 3004 International Strategic Marketing
The increase of globalisation on business means that an understanding of international influences becomes critical. This module develops understanding of marketing concepts by providing opportunities to apply them in international and strategic contexts.

BUS 3012 Strategic Human Resource Management for Leisure and Hospitality
The module critically investigates how far human relationships are embedded in the practice of Human Resource Management (HRM).  It will investigate the difference between the perceptions of the role of the HR professional as the ‘employee champion’ to that of its strategic role in increasing organisational performance. We will ask how far is the case that HR practice is placing an increased emphasis on the link between people management and company performance. Using a range of theoretical and empirical source we will investigate the ‘soft’ rhetoric of people as an organisation’s greatest assets and the reality that ‘people’ constitute only a part of organisations strategic thinking.

BUS 3015 Global Leisure and Tourism
This module examines a range of tensions and issues which combine and impact upon the tourism and leisure sectors at the local, national and global levels. It examines issues of dependency, development and economic and environmental sustainability.

BUS 3016 Economics for Leisure and Tourism
This module deals with the economics of leisure and tourism, which is a core area of study for those wishing to develop a career or interest in either of these sectors. It takes on the study of economics from a number of dimensions assessing its impacts on organisations, their responses to it and the ways in which economic interdependencies create and allocate resources.

BUS 3001 Dissertation
The dissertation is a key piece of evidence that a student has developed and can apply graduate level skills. It requires the design and implementation of a research project in an area of business or management and should include some element of original research, for example interviews or a questionnaire. The module follows on from Research Methods at Level 5 and ideally students should identify their project as part of that module. Support on the dissertation is given by a specified tutor although the responsibility for managing the process rests with the student.

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