Programme Structure

The BSc in Business Administration equips students with the business knowledge and problem-solving skills required to navigate today’s increasingly complex business world. The programme is structured to ensure students are exposed to a broad range of business areas, including accounting, finance, economics, marketing and business law.

This programme is studied online over three academic years and students will enhance their critical thinking skills and learn how to apply theoretical knowledge to real-life problems. The BSc allows students to gain the foundational knowledge required to achieve success in the business field post-graduation.


Programme Structure - BSc Business Administration

Key Facts

Duration: 36 months (Maximum registration 5 years full time & 6 years for part time)

Start Dates: January 2023

Campus: Online

Fees: £6,000/year (payment plan available)

Awarded by The University of law

Programme Structure - BSc Business Administration

LSBF Module

Semester 1 Semester 2 Semester 3
Organisational Behaviour,
 Quantitative Methods
Microeconomics Methods, 
Introduction to Marketing
Business Law, 
Introduction to Finance

HNC Units

  • Business Decision Making/ Business Environment

  • Marketing Principles

  • Managing Financial Resource and Decisions

  • Business Strategy / Business Environment

  • Organisations and Behaviour

  • Aspects of contract and Negligence

Programme Structure - BSc Business Administration

Year 2

Semester 1 Semester 2 Semester 3
Information Management Systems, 
Human Resource Management
Statistics, Financial Accounting Corporate Finance, 
Operations Management
Semester 1 Semester 2 Semester 3

International Marketing,
Cross-Cultural Management &
Contemporary Issues

Research Methods

(Choice of any two project modules below)

Project Management, Global Business Management, Governance and Ethics, Corporate Reporting

Learning methods

The learning and teaching strategy is organised using current research in a range of subjects that underpin business and management. The learning methods also focus on providing students with an understanding of the requirements involved in professional practice. Students will benefit from a varied syllabus and a learning environment that incorporates a range of teaching and learning methods including:


  • Dissemination of information and facilitation of learning via lectures, seminars and Internet.
  • Debate and discussion in seminars, plenary sessions and online discussion boards.
  • Directed reading through the use of texts, organisational and government data, articles and handouts.
  • Individual presentation of financial data and associated activities.
  • Development of a research proposal culminating in the completion of a project.


Student comments

Working at an investment bank and studying at the same time was quite tricky, but I soon learned that time management is key to making the whole process work for you. It was very rewarding to be able to combine my studies with my work, and also very useful because I was able to do research for my studies during my work hours. Business School
“I chose to study at LSBF because British qualifications are respected and recognised around the world” Business School
“The programme was designed with a global approach and focused on finance in an international environment” Business School
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