A BSc in Business Management is an undergraduate degree that is perfect for developing highly valued, transferable skills that are essential to work in a busy corporate environment.
Our graduates are renowned for their ability to deal with complex issues, lead management teams, and make complex business decisions that are relevant to multiple organisational structures, making them a strong addition to the global workplace.
In the first year of this degree at UNZA, you will lay the foundations of your learning of business acumen. Course topics include business accounting, commercial law, data analytics, microeconomics, statistics, and business technology.
In years 2-4 of your degree, you will focus more on the technical, human and social skills required for business management. Supply-chain management, sustainability in business, human resources, governance, ethics, and entrepreneurship all take center stage.
With a BSc Business Management, you will graduate from the University of Zambia ready for a career in the 21st century business world, and beyond.
Simply submit a copy of your transcripts with your application online:
International Students Welcome:
This is a 4-year programme designed to prepare students to immediately apply the skills, knowledge and competencies.
|Zambian Nationals||International Students|
|Application Fee||150 ZMK||15 USD|
|Tuition Fee per Course||3,500 ZMK||350 USD|
|Technology Fee||400 ZMK||40 USD|
A BSc Business Management degree with the University of Zambia opens up a world of opportunity for our graduates. Past students have found themselves in a professional position of planning sales strategies for video gaming enterprises, negotiating international trade deals, designing and leading the launch of space travel start-ups, and cybersecurity roles.
Or, if entrepreneurship is more your style, our business management program will equip you with the skills needed to create your own business or to take on business and management roles within creative industries like fashion, media, or non profit organizations.