Diploma in Commercial Management

DIPLOMA IN COMMERCIAL MANAGEMENT

Entry Requirements:

  • Completion of secondary education or equivalent
  • Minimum age of 18 years old
  • Credit in English (SPM or equivalent)

Programme Objectives 

To provide prospective Commercial Management students with a body of knowledge which will:

  • Increase students’ employment opportunities
  • Prepare students for supervisory and management careers in industry and commerce
  • Provide them with a qualification which will enable them to progress to higher level commercial management or specialised business / management programmes at a later stage in their business or academic careers.

Course Structure

  1. The Certificate in Commercial Management (Part 1)
  • International Business Communications
  • Business Management & Administration
  • Numeracy & Statistics
  • Marketing

The ICM Certificate in Commercial Management is awarded upon completion of all Part 1 subjects.

  1. The Diploma in Commercial Management (Part 2)
  • Accounting
  • Risk Management
  • Business Law
  • Contract Negotiations

The ICM Diploma in Commercial Management is awarded upon completion of all Part 1 and Part 2 subjects.

  1. The Advanced Diploma in Commercial Management (Part 3)
  • Strategic Management
  • Marketing Management
  • Project Management
  • Customer Service
  1. The Graduate Diploma in Commercial Management (Part 4)
  • Logistics & Supply Chain Management
  • Financial Management
  • International Business Environment (The)
  • Commercial Management Project

The ICM Graduate Diploma in Commercial Management is awarded upon completion of all Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, and Part 4 subjects.

The ICM Advanced Diploma is equivalent to a First Year Degree qualification.

The ICM Graduate Diploma is a certification that a student can obtain after obtaining an undergraduate level degree. The Graduate Diploma allows a student to enter into a master’s programme with credits earned through diploma.

Course Duration

Part 1 – 6 months

Part 2 – 6 months

Part 3 – 6 months

Part 4 – 6 months

*the duration provided above are not inclusive of examination dates.