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 Economics curriculum overview:

Syllabus ComponentTeaching Hours(SL)Teaching Hours(HL)
Unit 1
1.1 Business Organisation and Environment
1.1. Introduction to Business Management
1.2. Types of organisations
1.3. Organisational Objectives
1.4. Stakeholders
1.5. External Environment
1.6. Growth and Evolution
Organizational planning tools (HL only)
Unit 2: Human Resource Management
2.1 Functions and evolution of human resource management
2.2 Organizational structure
2.3 Leadership and Management
2.4 Motivation
2.5 Organizational (corporate) culture( HL only)
2.6 Industrial/employee relations (HL only)
Unit 3: Finance and Accounts
3.1 Sources of Finance
3.2 Costs and Revenues
3.3 Break-even Analysis
3.4 Final Accounts(some HL only)
3.5 Probability and liquidity ratio analysis
3.6 Efficiency ratio analysis
3.7 Cash flow
3.8 Investment Appraisal (some HL only)
3.9 Budgets ( HL only)
Unit 4: Marketing
4.1 The role of Marketing
4.2 Marketing Planning (including introduction to the four Ps)
4.3 Sales forecasting( HL only)
4.4 Market Research
4.5 The four Ps(product, price, promotion, place)
4.6 The extended marketing mix of seven Ps( HL only)
4.7 International marketing(HL only)
4.8 E-commerce
Unit 5: Operations Management
5.1 The role of operations management
5.2 Production methods
5.3 Lean production and quality management( HL only)
5.4 Location
5.5 Production Planning( HL only)
5.6 Research and Development(HL only)
5.7 Crisis management and contingency planning( HL only)
Internal Assessment 1530
Assessment TypeAssessment FormatNo. of hours(SL)Final Grade weightage in SL(%)No. of hours(HL)Final Grade weightage in HL(%)
Paper 1Structured and extended response questions2.2535
Paper 1Structured and extended response questions2.2540
Research ProjectStudents research and report on us sue facing an organization or a decision to be made by an organization(or several organisations). Max: 2,000 words3025

The Business Management IB course covers key characteristics of- business organizations, the environment, finance, accounts, business functions of HRM and the links between them.

The aim of the course is to encourage a holistic view of business and to empower students to think critically about individual and organizational behavior. It aims to bring focus on importance of change at different levels and understand importance of innovation in a business environment.