Start main page content
Faculty of Commerce, Law and Management
Management The Bachelor of Commerce with Honours in the field of Business Sciences (Management) is a 1 year full-time or 2 years part-time degree.
Management The Bachelor of Commerce with Honours in the field of Business Sciences (Management) is a 1 year full-time or 2 years part-time degree.

Qualification: BCom(Hons)

School: Business Sciences

Faculty: Commerce, Law and Management

Duration: 1 - 2 years

Study mode: Full-time; Part-time

Overview

Founded on leading international theory but grounded in the South African business context, our courses prepare students to deal with the unique challenges of management in today’s world of work.

Management deals with the theory and practice of management and organisational behaviour and includes the role of managers; managing individuals, groups and teams; leadership and organisational development. The important and complex areas of project management and strategic management also fall within this discipline, as does the theory and practice of entrepreneurship and new venture creation.

The broad nature of the field of Management opens up a wide variety of career options for graduates. 

  • Research Paper in Business Sciences
  • Statistical Research Design and Analysis (Coursework) AND Statistical Research Design and Analysis (Project)
  • Advanced Studies in Entrepreneurship
  • Advanced Studies in Managerial Decision Making and Business Behaviour
  • Advanced Studies in Organisational Theory
  • Advanced Studies in Strategic Management
  • Research Methods for the Management Science
  • Bachelor of Commerce or Bachelor of Economic Science or equivalent.
  • At least an upper second class pass in the final undergraduate course in the subject.
Additional Entry Requirements

Honours application supporting documents needed:

1. Certified copy of your degree certificates
2. Certified copy of academic transcripts as well as grade key
3. All certificates need to be transcribed to English if in another language.
4. SAQA evaluation (International applicants)
5. Proof of English proficiency (International applicants)
6. Curriculum Vitae

  • Applications are handled centrally by the Student Enrolment Centre (SEnC). Once your application is complete in terms of requested documentation, your application will be referred to the relevant School for assessment. Click here to see an overview of the Wits applications process.
  • Please apply online. Upload your supporting documents at the time of application, or via the Self Service Portal.
  • Applicants can monitor the progress of their applications via the Self Service Portal.
  • Selections for programmes that have a limited intake but attract a large number of applications may only finalise the application at the end of the application cycle.

Please note that the Entry Requirements are a guide. Meeting these requirements does not guarantee a place. Final selection is made subject to the availability of places, academic results and other entry requirements where applicable.

International students, please check this section.

For more information, contact the Student Call Centre +27 (0)11 717 1888, or log a query at www.wits.ac.za/askwits.

Click here to see the current average tuition fees. The Fees Office website also provides information about the payment of fees and closing dates for fees payments. Once you have applied you will be able to access the fees estimator on the student self-service portal.

For information about postgraduate funding opportunities, including the postgraduate merit award, click here. Please also check your School website for bursary opportunities. NRF bursaries: The National Research Foundation (NRF) offers a wide range of opportunities in terms of bursaries and fellowships to students pursuing postgraduate studies. External bursaries portal: The Bursaries South Africa website provides a comprehensive list of bursaries in South Africa.