AUT - Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Sport and Recreation: conjoint degree

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Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Sport and Recreation: conjoint degree

Professionals involved in the business and management aspects of sport are continually juggling the needs of athletes with the demands of commercial sponsors, media organisations and government. The conjoint programme, with its highly respected staff from AUT’s school of sport and recreation and business school, will prepare you for the challenges and rewards ahead.

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Quick facts

Programme code: AK3730
Level: 7
Points: 510
Duration: 4 years full time / 8 years part time
Venue: North Shore Campus & South Campus (Sport and Recreation), and City Campus (Business)
Starting date: 3 March 2014 / 21 July 2014

AUT University encourages early application. This qualification will remain open until all places have been filled.

Admission and entry requirements

Additional entry requirements

  • NCEA: 19 credits at Level 3 in at least three approved subjects
  • CIE: 180 points on UCAS tariff
  • Students admitted to the conjoint degrees must meet the requirements for entry set by each of the component degrees.
  • An interview may be required
  • Police clearance
  • Addendum
  • Students may be admitted to a conjoint programme if they have a B grade average or better in the first year of study in one of the component degrees. A B grade average must be maintained to continue in this programme.

Structure

Students who enter the BBus/BSR conjoint qualification, take within the first two years the core papers from those disciplines before progressing onto the majors. There are numerous pathways and combinations to be explored by students who undertake a BBus/BSR. Suggested business majors that fit best with sport and recreation are management, marketing and tourism.

Entry from Bachelor of Sport and Recreation

Year 1 core papers
515009 Nutrition, Activity and Health
515206 Managing Sport and Recreation
555201 Human Anatomy and Physiology I
555301 Knowledge, Enquiry and Communication
AND
4 Sport and Recreation optional papers (At least two papers at Level 5)

Year 2 core papers
305001 Business in Context
375001 Economic Principles I
485001 Management & Organisation
516023 Legal Issues for Sport and Recreation
516557 Sport and Recreation in Society

Entry from Bachelor of Business

Year 1 core papers
305000 Quantitative Methods for Business
305001 Business in Context
375001 Economic Principles I
385000 Accounting for Decision Making
485001 Management & Organisation

Year 2 core papers
515009 Nutrition Activity and Health
516023 Legal Issues for Sport and Recreation
516557 Sport and Recreation in Society
555201 Human Anatomy and Physiology I
AND
4 Sport and Recreation optional papers (At least two papers at Level 5)

Years 3 and 4

You take papers from your major area of study and undertake your full-year sport and business industry work placements (co-operative education).

Year 3 papers
476680 Ethics
516001 Industry Experience and Research
4 BBus major papers (Level 6 or 7)
3 Sport and Recreation major or optional papers (Level 6 or 7)

Year 4 papers
477911 Business Development Project
517020 Sport and Business Co-operative
2 Sport and Recreation major or optional papers (Level 7)
2 BBus major or optional papers (Level 7)

Graduates and students of sport and recreation

Other courses you may be interested in

Bachelor of Sport and Recreation
Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma in Sport and Exercise
 

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