SQA Advanced Diploma
- Age should be minimum of 16 years AND
- A/L with 2 passes + Credit Pass for English in O/L or Any other English Language qualifications recognized by Northshore OR
- O/L with 6 passes + Credit Pass for English or Any other English Language qualifications recognized by Northshore
+ Foundation Programme in Business Management offered by Northshore or Relevant Foundation/Diploma Programmes conducted by any other recognized institutions
Mode of Study & Duration
- Full Time – 18 Months
- Part Time – Weekends – 24 Months
Flexible Payment Plans (including monthly payments) and Special Scholarships are available
Diploma in English Programme will be offered by the Northshore College free of charge to the HND candidates as a value addition
Job Opportunities available for Advanced Diploma Holders
- Associate Software / QA Engineer
- Network Administrator
- Hardware Technician
- Web Designer/Developer
- Junior Systems Analyst
- IT Executive
- Business Analyst
SQA Advanced Diploma @ Northshore College of Business and Technology
- Globally recognised qualification
- Equivalent to 1st and 2nd years of a UK Honours Degree and certain degree programmes offered locally
- Direct entry into 3rd year of a Computing degree especially from UK, Australia, Canada Universities
- Assignment based assessments.
- Well-equipped computer lab facilities and all other modern amenities
- Real university learning environment
- Job placement opportunities
- Managing People and Organisations
This Unit is designed to enable candidates to gain an understanding of different approaches to managing an organisation in today’s dynamic and complex business environment.
- Marketing: An Introduction
This Unit is designed to provide candidates with a knowledge and understanding of marketing and its importance in organisations.
- Economic Issues: An Introduction
This Unit introduces candidates to fundamental issues in economics with a particular emphasis on the business environment.
- Business Accounting
This Unit is designed to enable candidates to develop their knowledge and understanding in the preparation and use of accounting information within a business organisation.
- Behavioural Skills for Business
This Unit is designed to enable candidates to explain what managerial behaviour in organisations involves and to analyse the behavioural skills which managers need in order to manage their own behaviour and to deal with others.
- IT in Business: Spreadsheet
This Unit is designed to allow candidates to develop an understanding of spreadsheet design and how to use spreadsheet features and functions for practical and effective use.
- Information Technology: Application software
This Unit is designed to enable candidates to use Information Technology (IT) systems and applications independently to support a range of information processing activities.
- Human Resource Management: Introduction
This introductory Unit is intended for candidates who are preparing to study Human Resource Management or are considering a career in this discipline.
- Economics 1: Micro and Macro Theory Application
This Unit is designed to build on candidates’ knowledge of introductory economics and expose them to microeconomic and macroeconomic applications of theory.
- Economics 2: The world Economy
This Unit introduces the world economy, the main focus being the key features of the global economic environment.
- Communication Technology in Business
This Unit is designed to develop candidates’ knowledge and skills in identifying, evaluating, managing and presenting business information to facilitate and influence decision-making.
- Statics for Business
This Unit introduces candidates to statistical concepts and descriptive statistics used in business
- Preparing financial forecasting
This Unit is designed to enable candidates to develop an understanding of the use of management accounting information within a business organisation.
- Business Law: An Introduction
This Unit is designed to introduce the candidate to the framework of law as it applies to the business environment.
- Business Contractual Relationships
This Unit is designed to develop candidates’ knowledge of the law as it applies to the business environment.
- Graded Unit 1
This Graded Unit has been validated as part of the HNC Business.
- Research Skills
This Unit is about developing the candidate’s ability to access and evaluate information from a variety of primary and secondary sources by planning and reporting on a research investigation.
- Business Graded Unit 2
This Graded Unit has been validated as part of the HND Business.
- Business Culture and Strategies
This Unit is designed to enhance candidates’ understanding of business strategy and how it can be developed and managed within the culture of an organisation.
- Human resource management: Introduction
This introductory Unit is intended for candidates who are preparing to study Human Resource Management or are considering a career in this discipline
- Internal Marketing: An Introduction
This Unit is designed to provide candidates with a basic knowledge of the marketing techniques applicable to different international markets.
- Manage Operational Resources
The purpose of this Unit is to enable candidates to analyse the management of operational resources in an organisation.
- International purchasing and supply chain Management
This Unit will provide candidates with knowledge of the contribution of international purchasing and supply to the competitiveness and profitability of domestic companies and will allow them to explain the reasons why businesses are prepared to procure internationally
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