BA(HONS) BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

Key Facts:

 

Level: Undergraduate

Duration: Full-time: 3 years

Semester Starting from: September

Location: Clifton

Program Mission Statement

 

This programme engages learners in current business management thinking and practice framed by theoretical concepts. The aim is to prepare graduates for a diverse range of roles in a variety of business contexts through a focus on sustainable and authentic business management knowledge and skills. Learners’ professional understanding and aptitudes are developed alongside essential life skills and digital capabilities, enabling graduates to have a positive impact on dynamic business environments of the future.

 

Scope of the Program

 

The programme offers a broad, integrated approach to business management. We prepare you with transferable skills and knowledge that can be applied in many business functions and role types. The Graduate in BA(Hons) Business Management go on to become Product Manager, Marketing Executive, Business Analyst, and Account Manager.

 

Program Educational Objectives:

 

Subject-Specific Knowledge, Understanding and Application:

 

PEO-1: demonstrate knowledge of the underlying concepts and principles associated with their area(s) of study, and an ability to evaluate and interpret these within the context of that area of study;

PEO-2: demonstrate an ability to present, evaluate and interpret qualitative and quantitative data, in order to develop lines of argument and make sound judgements in accordance with basic theories and concepts of their subject(s) of study; and

PEO-3: evaluate the appropriateness of different approaches to solving problems related to their area(s) of study and/or work.

 

Employability and Changemaker Skills (Change Project)

 

PEO-1: work collaboratively, making connections with peers.

PEO-2: use their knowledge to identify opportunities for change.

PEO-3: use evidence to generate impact for themselves and their communities.

 

Program Learning Outcomes:

 

By the end of this Programme, with limited guidance, students will be able to:
A: Subject Knowledge and Understanding and Application
A1Critically analyze and evaluate the diverse and dynamic role, nature, management and activities of a range of organizations in the UK and global context
A2Gather, interpret and analyze data and information for business decision making, selecting and using a range of academic and practitioner sources, methodologies and analytical tools.
A3Critically evaluate and apply relevant theories, concepts, models and techniques in a range of complex and challenging business contexts.
A4Critically analyze and synthesize a wide range of factors in a complex and dynamic external environment, including legal, ethical, sustainability and technological developments, to assess the potential influence/s on business choices.
A5Make judgments by rational analysis and evaluation in relation to incomplete, complex information and situations.
A6Critically reflect on and evaluate the interpersonal skills, values and behaviors underpinning effective performance in a range of business contexts, showing awareness and respect for cultural differences, leadership and creativity.
A7Critically appraise the key drivers and risks for business success and adapt decisions to help maximize the ethical achievement of strategic objectives.
A8Assess the impact of responsible and sustainable behavior in business, demonstrating an informed awareness of social, cultural and environmental issues and approaches to resolve potential conflicts.
B: Changemaker and Employability Skills
Change: B1Propose and justify ethical solutions to complex problems, underpinned by creativity, ethics, and a readiness to refine approach/es according to data and impact.
Self-Direction: B2Critically reflect on and evaluate personal and self- management skills and identify development needs.
Collaboration: B3Effectively and accurately communicate information, ideas and viewpoints using appropriate styles, techniques and technologies to engage constructively with collaborators, audiences and perspectives.

SCHEME OF STUDY

 

STAGE 1
CODETITLECREDITSSTATUSPre – Requisites
BUS1902Work, Business & Change30CompulsoryNone
BUS1900Global Business in Context30CompulsoryNone
BUS1901The Digital Professional20CompulsoryNone
ACC1900Finance and Financial Systems20CompulsoryNone
MKT1900Consumers, Markets and Entrepreneurs20CompulsoryNone
STAGE 2
CODETITLECREDITSSTATUSPre – Requisites
BUS2901Strategy and Agility30CompulsoryNone
BUS2900Research, Trends and Professional Directions30CompulsoryNone
BUS2902Sustainable Business Practices20CompulsoryNone
BUS2903Global Megatrends and Business20CompulsoryNone
BUS2022Data for Decision Making20CompulsoryNone
STAGE 3
CODETITLECREDITSSTATUSPre – Requisites
BUS4001Business Dissertation40DesignatedNone
BUS3900Business Futures20CompulsoryNone
HRM3020Leadership Skills for Social Impact20CompulsoryNone
BUS3027Global Business and Investment20CompulsoryNone
BSO3900Business Continuity and Risk Management20CompulsoryNone

Fee Structure:

 

Fee to be paid at the time of Admission (One-Time):

 

Admission Fee (Rs.)Security Deposit (Rs.)Registration Fee (Rs.)
30,00025,0005,000

 

Fee to be paid (Per Annum):

 

Tuition Fee to be paid to UoN (GBP)Tuition Fee (Rs.) 5 CoursesStudent Fund (Rs.)Examination Fee (Rs.)
1,150200,0005,00020,000