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BA(Hons) Business & Management (Top-Up),Final Year

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BA (Hons) Business & Management (Top-up) Programme, 120 credits
Evaluating Strategy Organisational Behaviour and Management(15 Credits) Ethics in Business(15 Credits) Managing Careers (15 Credits)
Strategic Management (15 Credits) Critical Enquiry Research Project (double) (30 Credits) Entrepreneurial Business Management (double)(30 Credits)
Evaluating Strategy
Organisational Behaviour and Management(15 Credits)
Ethics in Business(15 Credits)
Managing Careers (15 Credits)
Strategic Management (15 Credits)
Critical Enquiry Research Project (double) (30 Credits)
Entrepreneurial Business Management (double)(30 Credits)
1. Evaluating Strategy – BM 301

Students develop a critical understanding of strategy in exploring the question ‘How should organisations compete to achieve responsible, sustainable, competitive advantage in today’s global business environment?’ In answering this question, the potential of an organisation to create value through effective and responsible exploitation and development of internal resources and competences is examined using well-established analytical tools. Students are also challenged to conduct industry analysis and to explore the links between the organisation, its competitors and the external environment. Strategy is explored from multiple perspectives.

2. Organisational Behaviour and Management – BM 302

The module addresses the theoretical foundations and practical application of organisational behaviour and management. It develops students’ ability to critique and evaluate others’ research so that they become more discerning users of information and ‘evidence’.

3. Ethics in Business – BM 303

This module has two primary aims: 1 to equip students to make ethically defensible, business focused decisions. 2 to understand, analyse and evaluate the ethical propositions of others.

4. Managing Careers – BM304

This module aims to develop students’ knowledge of the theory and practice of career management. Contemporary organisations increasingly expect employees to self-manage their careers, change roles within the organisation and develop the careers of those they line manage. Students are required to demonstrate critical insight into their own knowledge skills and experience and consider how this might allow them to manage their post-graduation career. Students explore self-assessment techniques for understanding career preferences and are required to assess their own skills, abilities, personality preferences, motivations and interests against those required for effective graduate employment in their chosen sector. Insight into the competencies required in graduate employment is enhanced by students being required to recognise and apply the skills of competency assessment and feedback to peers within a learning and development activity. This module introduces students to industry mentors.

5. Strategic Management – U58081

This module aims to explore prevailing business themes and their impact on strategy at a corporate level. Students engage with contemporary business cases and evidence to explore the influences of key drivers at national and international levels on the strategies, behaviours and management of organisations.

6. Critical Enquiry Research Project (double) – U58095

The aim of the module is to provide an opportunity for students to engage in an independent research project. This culminating module draws together research skills developed earlier in the programme to support students to develop an extended study, selecting from a range of topics offered from the Faculty of Business research community. The project includes designing and implementing an investigation which takes account of multiple and possibly conflicting stakeholder objectives; applies suitable research approaches in an ethical manner; and communicates, using suitable technologies, with the intention of making recommendations for practice.

7. Entrepreneurial Business Management (double) – U58074

Students become familiar with the steps involved in innovation, developing a business idea and drawing up a business plan. This module provides an in depth focus on the skills involved in evaluating business ideas, the practical steps involved in launching a business and the necessary processes of winning the finance. The module also addresses those issues that ventures must consider when planning for the eventual exit strategy and so focuses attention on the purpose of business enterprise.

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