The Business Studies BA/BSc (Hons) Top-Up course will enable you to develop a critical understanding of ethical principles and practice and an awareness of effective management practice. You will build on your all-round knowledge of business including organisational theory, business models, and factors that underpin a firm’s ability to deliver on the triple bottom line.
It will prepare you for careers in business by developing your systematic, analytical and integrated understanding of key aspects of business.
You will learn about organisations, business and management and the changing external environment in which organisations operate. The programme usually enables associate membership of the Chartered Management Institute.
The Business Studies BA/BSc (Hons) Top-Up course is an exciting programme of study that has been designed to help you meet the many challenges of managing in the complex and dynamic world of business. Throughout the course, you will study a variety of different topics, each designed to develop your understanding of business and build the key skills that today’s employers expect from top-calibre graduate recruits.
With a broad range of optional modules on offer and the opportunity to pick a specialism, you can tailor the course to match your personal interests and professional needs by giving you the information, the tools, the techniques and the experience needed to devise creative solutions to the full range of business problems; this course gives you a real foot in the door of this competitive world. Throughout the course you’ll develop a critical understanding of ethical principles and practice and an awareness of effective management practice and you’ll gain an understanding of the many contexts in which business operate. You can expect to study modules covering business ethics, supply chain management and strategic management and leadership to support your future aspirations. This course builds on your existing knowledge and prepares you for roles in sales, finance, general management and the public sector.
Course Length: 1 year;
Start dates: January / May / September;