Bachelor of Business (Accounting and Management)
OP700107Closed to new enrolments
Closed to new learners
OP700107 Bachelor of Business (Accounting and Management) is closed to new learners from Trimester 3, 2022.
In 2020, like all Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics in New Zealand, we became a subsidiary of Te Pūkenga – New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology, as part of the government’s Reform of Vocational Education.
Over the last eighteen months our staff have been working collaboratively with Te Pūkenga and staff from the other polytechnics who offer accounting courses, to prepare to move to a unified Bachelor of Accounting programme.
As a result of this work, all institutions in the network of Te Pūkenga subsidiaries, will be progressively closing current accounting courses as we prepare to offer new courses being developed for the unified programme.
For information on the accounting and management programmes we currently have available please click on the link: https://www.openpolytechnic.ac.nz/qualifications-and-courses/business/
If you are already enrolled in OP700107 Bachelor of Business (Accounting and Management) prior to, and including, Trimester 2 2022, you can continue to enrol in your next course as normal to complete your qualification.
We will be progressively closing accounting courses as we move to a single Te Pūkenga degree in 2023. We encourage all learners in this programme to prioritise the completion of accounting courses ahead of management courses in this programme. Click here to see the last trimesters we will be offering accounting courses over the next five years.
To be awarded the qualification you need to complete it within nine years from when you enrolled in your first course in this programme.
If you need help with a study plan to complete your degree in this timeframe, our Student Advisors can help.
Please contact us by free phone 0508 650 200 or email us at email@example.com for any assistance.
Check the Study plan PDF to see the suggested order to study your courses. How long it will take you to complete the qualification will depend on how many courses you study each year.
This programme includes 20 courses. If this is your first time studying with us, we recommend you enrol in one course per trimester to start with. We recommend you begin your studies with 72140 Business Communication.
Select a course, then go to the bottom of the table to add it to your enrolment plan.
Update for new learners
The Bachelor of Business (Accounting and Management) is closed to new learners for enrolment in 2023. This is because a new Bachelor of Accounting will be available in 2023 which will result in the current accounting courses being progressively closed as the accounting major is phased out. The new Bachelor of Accounting is a unified programme which will be offered online and in person at Te Pūkenga campuses.
There is currently no replacement for the Accounting and Management double major.
If you would like to be notified when the new Te Pūkenga Bachelor of Accounting is available please provide your details here
Alternatively, if you would like to study our Bachelor of Business (Management) please visit here
Update for re-enrolling learners
If you are a current learner in OP700107 Bachelor of Business (Accounting and Management) you can continue to enrol in courses as normal to complete your degree. We will be in touch with you shortly to advise you of the last time each of the accounting courses will be offered.
Need help choosing your courses?
Our student advisors can help you choose the right courses to suit your needs.