Through the study of the BAFS curriculum, students will be able to develop knowledge and understanding of:
- the intertwined relationships of different business areas;
- the dynamic environment in which businesses operate, where changes influence planning and decision-making;
- the importance of accounting in managing a business;
- the functions of management in formulating effective strategies for businesses; and
- the importance of managing personal finance.
Students are expected to develop generic skills, in particular, the ability to:
- use information technology to locate, select, and organise relevant business
- information for decision-making;
- investigate, analyse, and evaluate business issues from a variety of perspectives;
- communicate business information and issues effectively; and
- work in a team situation and assume a leadership role.
Students are expected to develop positive values and attitudes so that they may:
- be informed, active and responsible participants in the business world;
- be critically aware of the importance of socially responsible and ethical business
- behaviour; and behave responsibly in controlling their personal finances.
Curriculum and assessment guideline