To encourage broadening of horizons, and deepening of knowledge. SP School of Business students will be allowed to read electives. These electives will be offered in AY 19/20 Sem 2.

Watch the videos below for a brief introduction of what each module covers.
These are the electives offered to Year 2 and 3 students. AY19/20 Year 1 students please refer to the SP electives page https://www.sp.edu.sg/sp/education/elective-modules

 

 

Module Name : Design Thinking in Selling
Module Code: EM0704 (Old module code BA3101)
Available to students from: Year 2 DAC, DBKF and Year 3 DFI 


Module Synopsis:
The primary goal of this module is to equip students with design thinking tools to unearth benefits and value leading to effective selling of good products or services. Students will go through games and activities in the classroom to enhance learning.


Suitable for:
Anyone who is keen to know oneself to develop a unique set of selling techniques. These techniques are useful for greater self-development in future.

 

Module Name : Emotional Intelligence
Module Code: EM0702 (Old module code BA0317)
Available to students from: Year 2 DAC, DBKF and Year 3 DFI


Module Synopsis:
The primary goal of this module is to help students become familiar with the many theories of emotional intelligence, be aware of feelings and thoughts and strategically use that knowledge to make optimal decisions and build relationships.


Suitable for:
Anyone who is interested to be emotionally aware as researchers have found that our emotional awareness and ability to handle feelings, rather than our IQ, will determine our success and happiness in life.

 

Module Name : Fundamentals of Design (Elements)
Module Code: EM0706 (Old module code BA3208)
Available to students from: Year 2 DAC, DBKF and Year 3 DFI

Module Synopsis:

This module introduces the learner to the various elements of design with an emphasis on its application within a Business context. Student will learn how to apply their understanding through Adobe Design software in individual projects.


Suitable for:

Any business student who needs to learn some basic skills in creating digital or print peripherals for their projects. This beginner’s course is relevant to those who are new to Adobe Design software and want to pick up basic skills in using Illustrator CC and Photoshop CC.  This elective is not for students who have color deficiency, as they will difficulty completing the assessments.

 

Module Name : Project Discovery
Module Code: EM0705 (Old module code BA3102)
Available to students from: Year 2 DAC, DBKF and Year 3 DFI


Module Synopsis:
The aim of this module is to offer students the opportunity to co-create learning experiences with the lecturer and client, as they work closely to address realistic business situations through action and exploration of approaches and activities. Students will be immersed in various business experiences through a dynamic process, gain real-world exposure, and develop their business acumen and critical project management skills.

Suitable for:
Students with a curious mind, who prefer to learn through a hands-on collaborative approach and gain a practical business experience in their early stage of learning, as the learning will take place out of classroom most of the time.

 

Module Name : Introduction to Psychology
Module Code: EM0701 (Old module code BA0286)
Available to students from: Year 2 DAC, DBKF and Year 3 DFI


Synopsis:
The primary goal of this module is to help students be familiar with the various basic theories of psychology, including behavior shaping, memory, with a brief on social psychology and an application on fallacies (applied in the business context).


Suitable for:

Anyone who is interested in Psychology as an introductory module and is interested in its applications. It serves as a broadening model (learning for interest).

 

 

Module Name : Advanced Cost Management Accounting
Module Code: BA1263
Available to students from: Year 2 DAC


Synopsis:
To equip students with an understanding and skills in management accounting techniques so that they are able to provide relevant and valuable cost and management information that is important in the execution of planning, controlling and decision making.

Suitable for:
Anyone who wants to acquire a deeper understanding of the contribution and role of managerial accounting in decision-making process.

Module Name : Technical Analysis
Module Code: BA2089
Available to students from: Year 2 DBKF and Year 3 DFI


Synopsis: This module provides students with the knowledge basic technical analysis concepts used in the trading of stock market shares. This will include charting and market trend analysis. It also examines the use of common technical tools/indicators in stock markets for technical trading. Students will be coached to understand, interpret and apply the technical tools/indicators. An understanding of trading management which includes risk management will also help students to adopt a realistic and disciplined approach to technical trading.


Suitable for:
Anyone who have a keen interest to learn more about stock market trading.

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