The BA (Hons) Business and Management course is broad-based designed for those currently working within or aiming for careers within the generic discipline of business and management – not sector specific. The course provides broad coverage of the key functions of management and the social, political, ethical, technological, environmental, and global contexts in which organisations operate. The course focuses on communication, problem solving, time management and methodologies to enable decision-making with a focus on innovation and creativity using case studies and work-based experiences to investigate current issues within business and professional environments.
Level 4: Business and the Contemporary Business Environment Marketing Processes and Planning Business Economics and Data Analysis Managing People and Organisations Introduction to Financial Management Essentials of Small Business Development Level 5: Project Management Managing Operations and Organisational Change Financial Management and Reporting for Decision Making Law for Business Research Methods Business Sustainability Level 6: Globalisation and Management Responsibility, Ethics, and Sustainability Major Project Procurement and the International Supply Chain Strategic Management
A range of assessment methodologies are utilised and designed to enable you to explore your chosen discipline and interests, to support your career aspirations and professional networks. Assessment methods include both formative and summative submissions. Formative assessments are designed to develop your critical thinking and subject skills in a regular and directed manner. You will participate in group discussions, give presentations and jointly explore subject content to improve your understanding and skills sets rather than the acquisition of knowledge per se. These formative assessments will deepen your understanding of the subject and develop communication skills; encourage a critical approach and build self-confidence. Formative assessments will support you to think quickly on your feet, to communicate articulately and persuasively with others, and to recognise the value of close collaboration and exchange of ideas. Assessment methods include Case Studies, Problem-Based Scenarios, Financial Analysis and Business Plans, Marketing Strategies and People Plans in addition to Academic and Professional Presentations, Time Constrained Assessments, Formal Examinations and Critical Essays.
How to apply
This course is not accepting applications from students requiring a Student visa. For more information, please contact the course provider.
This is the deadline for applications to be completed and sent for this course. If the university or college still has places available you can apply after this date, but your application is not guaranteed to be considered.
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Points of entry
The following entry points are available for this course:
- Year 1
The college does not accept International Applications for this course.
Additional entry requirements
Non-standard applicants who do not meet the published entry requirements maybe considered on an individual basis and we encourage such applicants to contact [email protected] for further guidance.
English language requirements
Grade C/4 or equivalent in English and Maths
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