ASc in Business Management
Enhance your knowledge base and required skills to pursue a career in business and management with the Associate of Science Degree in Business Management (ASc BUMA). Students pursue a mix of courses in a broad range of areas designed to provide them with a foundation in management principles and functional skills to enhance efficiency and advance organizational goals.
Graduates who meet minimum GPA requirements will be eligible for entry to Level 2 of the relevant BSc programme at UWI.
Who is this programme for?
The ASc BUMA programme is specifically designed for middle managers, office professionals and persons interested in formalizing their skills in management.
The associate degree programmes are delivered using a mixed-mode format. Courses are delivered using online or blended approaches. Students must have access to a computer and Internet access. Online orientation is conducted before the start of the programme.
Students complete a total of 60 credits normally equivalent to 20 courses. Students explore general education and core courses in a number of areas including:
- Business Law
- Financial Management
- Human Resources Management
- Introductory Foreign Language
When will the programme start?
The programme starts in August of the academic year
Applicants should meet lower level matriculation requirements which include:
1. Holders of five (5) CXC or GCE ‘O’ Level passes or equivalent, not necessarily obtained at the same sitting, as follows:
(i) English (A), and
(ii) Mathematics or a foreign language, or an approved science (not Health Science), or additional Mathematics or Geography
(iii) Three (3) other approved subjects not already counted above.
2. Persons over the age of 21 on the basis of their overall academic and professional attainments.
3. Holders of the approved certificates from the School of Continuing Studies, UWI with an acceptable pass in English Language
Prior to the start of the programme all new participants must take part in an orientation programme held in August of an academic year. This orientation introduces learners to online study and prepares them for the demands of a UWI Open Campus Associate Degree programme.
OOL1001 Orientation to Online Learning
IYMS1001 Improving your Math Skills