What is a special degree at UWI?

What is a special degree at UWI?

SPECIAL DEGREES or specialization programmes provide the foundation required for graduates to be functionally competent in the broad field of management. With a special degree, students do at least 15 of the 20 courses required at Levels II and III of the degree programme in subjects offered by the Department.

What does management studies include?

BMS Programme structure

  • Accounting.
  • Introduction to finance.
  • Operations and Information management.
  • Human resource management.
  • Introduction to marketing.
  • Micro Economics.
  • Organizational Behaviour.
  • Business Law.

What is the difference between a special and a major?

A Major comprises a minimum of thirty (30) credits at Levels II and Level III in the subject area while a Special is made up of forty-five (45) credits at Level II and Level III in the subject area.

What are electives in UWI?

An elective or free elective is any course that is listed in the Faculty Handbook or departmental handbook which is optional in the degree programme concerned and may be selected from any Faculty.

How do I get a double major at UWI?

Select the ‘Request a Change of Major and Enrolment Status’ link. then select ‘submit’. If requesting a double major or adding a minor, select desired programme from the drop down menu under ‘major 2’ or ‘minor 1’ along with programme selected under ‘major 1’ then select ‘submit’.

How do I double major at UWI?

Student must write to the Senior Assistant Registrar – Recruitment & Enrolment, Student Affairs (Admissions) seeking approval to pursue a Double Major. This request must be submitted prior to the start of the final year of study.

Is management a good field?

The lure of management as a career path is strong. After all, it’s good to be the boss. In-between, there are managers of managers, general managers, product and project managers (focused on initiatives and offerings) and a variety of other roles that regardless of the title are still management positions.

Can I double major at UWI?

A Double Major comprises 30 credits each for each of the two majors/subject areas. Students may also request to pursue a second Major from another Faculty.

What are free elective courses?

Free electives are credits you need to graduate, but do not relate to your degree’s General Education or major requirements. They’re a great place to explore and develop your interests in an area completely unrelated to your degree major.

What is a university elective?

An elective course is one chosen by a student from a number of optional subjects or courses in a curriculum, as opposed to a required course which the student must take. Elective courses usually have fewer students than the required courses.

Does UWI offer dual degree?