Massey University's Bachelor of Business is about getting the most from your studies in business, so you can go on to a great career.
The qualification will give you the leadership, communication and critical thinking skills you can use in many different types of businesses, in New Zealand and around the world.
Massey's Business School has great links with potential employers and communities. You will spend time learning while helping local community organisations.
Our lecturers and professors are actively researching both nationally and internationally, bringing the most relevant developments in business theory and practice.
The Bachelor of Business will give you a range of skills to use in many different types of businesses, in New Zealand and around the world. You will be:
With eight core courses, the BBus gives you more opportunities to spend more time focusing on your areas of interest. You can work on what you know are your strengths, or fill any gaps in your knowledge and skills.
There are no specific entry requirements for this programme, outside of university admission regulations.
The Bachelor of Business equips you with flexible and highly portable skills that employers welcome. Your skills will fit across industries, from small business settings to multi-national organisations.
While it depends on what major you choose, some of the career opportunities available are:
Exemptions on the basis of high NCEA Level 3 marks are available in Statistics, Accounting and Economics.
If you have achieved 24 credits at NCEA Level 3 with an Average of Merit and have a high overall achievement, or have a scholarship in the relevant subject(s), you may be eligible to be exempt from taking the following core courses: 115.112 Accounting for Business, 115.113 Economics of Business. If you think you are in this category, you can apply for an exemption by contacting Academic Advice. Please note that you will need to take another course in place of any exemptions granted and even if eligible, we would not advise applying for more than two exemptions.
For information on prior learning, exemptions and transfer of credit or other questions: