Develop the skills and abilities to succeed in business and management, and explore wider social, political, and ethical issues, with our brand-new degree course in Peterborough. Business and management is an incredibly broad and varied field. By studying at ARU Peterborough, you will gain the knowledge and skills you need to analyse and solve problems – and forge ahead in your career. We’ll cover important aspects of business and management, including organisational structures objectives, and performance to enable you to add value quickly in a variety of business and managerial roles. The course will enable you to apply a commercial mind-set to sustainable business practice. You’ll explore the strategic importance of human resource and people management, as well as contemporary issues such as globalisation, sustainability, entrepreneurship and innovation, social responsibility, diversity, ethics, and risk management. As well as looking at how businesses operate, our BSc (Hons) Business and Management degree has a strong focus on learning and development. You’ll acquire a comprehensive understanding of the way individuals – as well as organisations – learn, develop, and grow. As part of this we’ll discuss human resource development and performance improvement. While studying with us, you’ll become adept at using communication and information technology effectively for business. You’ll also become familiar with standards of professional practice in a range of scenarios, for example as an employee advocate, HR practitioner or a consultant.While studying with us, you’ll become adept at using communication and information technology effectively for business. You’ll also become familiar with standards of professional practice in a range of scenarios, for example as an employee advocate, HR practitioner or a consultant. One of the benefits of studying at ARU Peterborough is the opportunity to build strong networks with local employers, and work on real-world business challenges. You’ll find there’s an emphasis on developing important transferable skills. These include complex problem solving, communicating your theories and findings, and applying a range of techniques to the solution of business and management problems. As a graduate, you will be ready to apply your knowledge and skills in the workplace.
Year 1: Introduction to Financial Analysis and Management. Digital Business and Principles of Marketing. Global Business Environment and International Strategy. Organisational Behaviour. Introduction to Business Contracts and the Law. Year 2: Entrepreneurial Practice. Project Management. Ruskin Module. Prototype and Testing. Retail and Services Marketing. Using Business Information in HR Practice. Creative Thinking. Consumer Behaviour. Year 3: Undergraduate Major Project. Strategic Management. Sustainable Enterprise. Employment Law and Relations. The Reflective and Empathetic Entrepreneur. Marketing Communications
All assessments are designed to allow you to demonstrate your learning, and to make sure you’re developing the abilities and skills you need to complete the course. We’ll assess your knowledge and understanding using a variety of assessment methods, including business plans, marketing evaluations and reflective reports.
How to apply
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
If English not the first language, a certificated level of proficiency of at least IELTS 6.0 (Academic level) or equivalent English Language qualification is expected to be demonstrated, as recognised by Anglia Ruskin University
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