The University of Law Business School
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This course is designed for students who would like to pursue a career in business or management. You’ll develop the proficiencies that create effective managerial behaviour within different organisations in today’s changing business environment. You’ll gain both the knowledge and skills employers are looking for including research, presentation, critical analysis, problem solving, team-work and entrepreneurship.
- Essentials of Management
- Academic and Professional Studies
- Principles of Marketing
- Accounting and Finance
- International Business Environment
- Managing and Leading People
- Leading Change
- Corporate Responsibility
- Economics, Economy and Trade
- Personal and Professional Development
ADDITIONAL (CHOOSE TWO FROM)
- Information and Resource Management
- Financial Management
- Personal Finance
- Contemporary Human Resource Management
- International Human Resource Management
- Customer Behaviour
- Marketing Communications in the Digital World
- Sector Specific Project or Sector Internship
- Global Leadership
- Strategic Management
- Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship
ADDITIONAL (CHOOSE ONE FROM)
- Effective Managerial Decision Making
- Financial Risk Management
- International Digital Marketing
- Strategic Human Resource Management
Who is this course for?
This course is designed for students who would like to pursue a career in business or management.
Grades BBC at A Level and Grade C or grade 4 or above in GCSE Maths and English Language (or equivalent qualifications).
Management consultant, business analyst, operations manager, or an entrepreneur. If you would like to further your studies after graduating, you could consider the following postgraduate options: MSc Business Management, Master in Business Administration (MBA), or Chartered Management Institute’s postgraduate qualifications.
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