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BSc (Hons) Business Management* Course Structure

This programme aims to develop your understanding of organisations and the different perspectives of business. It will equip you with the skills necessary to: enhance critical thinking, develop reasoning skills, and enhance your intellectual and transferable skills, particularly with regard to business knowledge and practices.

  • 240 UCAS tariff points or equivalent international qualifications
  • English proficiency: PTE 51 (minimum: Listening 51, Reading 51, speaking 51, Writing 51) or equivalent, IELTS 5.5 (minimum: Listening 5.5, Reading 5.5, Speaking 5.5, Writing 5.5) or equivalent, TOEFL 87 (minimum: Reading 22, Writing 21, Listening 21, Speaking 23 or equivalent)

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Campus Available

  • London
  • Birmingham
  • Manchester

Duration

  • 3 years – full time
  • 2 years - Accelerated

Fees

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Programme Structure

Following the timescale for a traditional degree, undertaking this course for three years will give you the opportunity to gain work experience during your holidays or have the option to enjoy longer breaks.

Year 1 Semester Module Title
BSc (Hons) Business Management (Generalist Pathway) 1 Quantitative Methods
1 Introduction to Marketing
1 Introduction to Finance
2 Micro Economics
2 Organisation Behaviour
2 Business Law
Year 2 Semester Module Title
Generalist Pathway:
Students on the generalist pathway will choose a mixture of the specialisation modules from below.
Specialist Pathway:
Students on the specialist programmes will study the modules designated to their specialisms.
1 Specialisation Module I
1 Specialisation Module II
1 Specialisation Module III
2 Specialisation Module IV
2 Specialisation Module V
2 Specialisation Module VI
Year 3 Semester Module Title
Generalist Pathway:
Students on the generalist pathway will choose a mixture of the specialisation modules from below.
Specialist Pathway:
Students on the specialist programmes will study the modules designated to their specialisms.
1 Research Methods
1 Specialisation Module I
1 Specialisation Module II
2 Project Module Specialisation I (Choose any Project module from the options below)
2 Project Module Specialisation II I (Any Project module from the options below)
Core Modules
Module Title Module Learning Outcomes
Quantitative Methods

At the end of this module the student will be able to:

  1. Identify and apply appropriate data collection tools and techniques for central location and dispersion measures in analysis of business data and information.
  2. Apply regression, correlation and time series forecasting in prediction of business relevant inputs for planning and designing solutions.
  3. Compute probability and utilize hypothesis test for single and two population variables.
  4. Demonstrate the application of linear programming in business decision.
Introduction to Marketing

At the end of this module the student should be able to:

  1. Design a market research plan.
  2. Differentiate between the different elements of the marketing mix between the types of marketing (product/service/face to face/ B2B/ industry).
  3. Understand the dynamics of digital age marketing and its impact on global market place.
Introduction to Finance

At the end of this module, students should be able to :

  1. Demonstrate understanding of basic financial tools appropriate for decision making and apply such tools in decision making.
  2. Explain the concept of the time value of money in a business and financial context.
  3. Compute the present and future values.
  4. Prepare report inputs using the tools of finance such as discounting, compounding, annuities and perpetuities and outline their features.
Micro Economics

At the end of the module, the students should be able to:

  1. Critically evaluate intermediate microeconomic theory and be able to apply economic reasoning to the analysis of economic questions and policy
  2. Identify, present and critically evaluate standard theoretical economic models
  3. Apply standard theoretical economic models to analyses of economic questions and policy issues
  4. Communicate concepts/definitions/arguments both in writing and orally
Organisation Behaviour

At the end of the module students should be able to:

  1. Demonstrate knowledge of the concepts in field of organisation behaviour.
  2. Evaluate and apply tools to analysing organisational behaviour issues at the individual, group and organisational level.
  3. Analyse work organisations using organisational behaviour principles and show awareness of implications of differences in individuals at work, managerial systems and processes and the nature of organisations.
Business Law

At the end of this module, students should be able to:

  1. discuss and explain the fundamentals of legal systems
  2. identify and apply legal concepts in local and business transactions and scenarios
  3. differentiate and analyse from a legal point of view different types of business and their legal ramifications
  4. discuss and explain the legal regulation of companies and evaluate the options available to companies in a financial crisis
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**Specialisations are subject to student demand.

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