What will the business of the future be like? And what skills will you need to study to be successful in it? On the BSc Business Management degree, you will develop the range of leadership and management skills you need for business now and learn how to recognise opportunities and be adaptable for the future. You will also build your personal portfolio of professional evidence which will enhance your CV and help you in job applications and interviews. The programme is highly practical, career-focused and industry-informed to prepare you for a successful management career. We are proud to work with our student panel and industry partners to ensure our teaching is relevant, inclusive and respectful for all. The Foundation Year of the four-year programme aims to provide an understanding of the key subjects in business to meet the prerequisites for study on the associated degree programme. The key areas of study will be effective communication and study skills combined with key subjects in business. You will be introduced to basic theories and concepts within the disciplines to provide a basic knowledge in all related subject areas. The programme will introduce you to essential areas of business necessary for progression onto business, accounting or law degrees. You will learn how to apply business concepts to real-life organisations and develop communication, IT and study skills. Following completion of the Foundation Year, you will progress on to year one of your selected degree for the remainder three years of your course (four years if you are choosing to do the professional placement year). Not sure which Business programme will suit you? Check out our full Business Management portfolio at www.salford.ac.uk/business-courses-salford All our undergraduate business courses are available with: • Placement Year - on the placement year option, you will not pay fees to the University and will earn a wage for the work that you do. • Foundation Year – start with the fundamental areas of business and the key skill you need to study at University level Find out more on www.salford.ac.uk/courses/undergraduate/business-management-foundation-year Our commitment to our students Our goal is to prepare you for a fulfilling life and professional career. Along the way, you’ll learn to be curious, adaptable and confident, ready to meet the digital, ethical and sustainability challenges of the 21st century. How will we - together - achieve this? Find out more at www.salford.ac.uk/salford-business-school/our-commitment-our-students.
Foundation Year: Foundations of Business, Academic and Personal Skills, Sustainable Business Development, Foundations of Human Resource Management, Digital Business, Business Project Year 1: Digital and Business Skills, Understanding Organisations, Creative problem solving and decision making, Data Analysis for Business, The Future of Business, Business Finance in Practice Year 2: Professional Development, Operations Management, Analysis for Management Decision Making, Project Management, Marketing to Consumers in a Digital Age, Live Business Project Year 3: Business Ethics and Sustainability, Supply Chain Management and Digital Transformation, Leadership and Management in Business, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Strategic Management.
We use different forms of assessment in different modules and wherever possible these will reflect the types of work you will do in the ‘real world’ for example, report writing, presentations and business pitches. Exams will only be used when it is a requirement for professional accreditation. Throughout your studies, the work you produce will help to build your personal portfolio of professional evidence that you will be able to use in job applications and interviews
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