Bsc Business And Management

Find out more about our English language entry requirements, including the types of test we accept and the scores needed for entry to the programme. For every hour spent in class, you’ll complete a further two to three hours of independent study. You’ll have access to well-designed resources for this self-directed study, and we will pair you with an academic adviser to support your progress at all stages of your degree.

Known as the Universal Design for Learning , our teaching approach has been recognised as sector leading. UDL means we offer a wide variety of support, facilities and technology to all students, including those with disabilities and specific learning differences. You’ll benefit fromEducation 2030DMU’s new way of delivering courses, focusing on ensuring the best possible experience for our students. You will study in a ‘block’ mode, focusing on one subject at a time instead of several at once.

Our research-led curriculum encourages critical analysis and debate on a wide range of contemporary management issues. Understanding of how economic and other external changes can impact and influence business. Find information on employers in business, consulting and management, accountancy, recruitment and HR and other job sectors. Graduate training schemes offered by large employers frequently focus on commercial roles.

The Open University Business School has been delivering transformational, high quality business and management education for over 30 years. You can be reassured by the quality of our teaching as we’re proud to be part of an elite and exclusive group of the top 1% of global business schools who are triple accredited. These awards have been achieved through the outstanding quality of our programmes, research output, support for students and alumni, and links with industry.

As a result questions such as ‘what makes a job have quality ‘why are bad jobs growing ‘are graduate jobs disappearing and ‘is knowledge work on the increase will be considered. The module will draw on a wide body of both empirical research as well as requiring a theoretical engagement with the subject. The module provides a basic introduction to the core aspects of domestic law and relevant EU law. The syllabus covers a study of the domestic legal system, the law of contract, aspects of agency, and the law of negligence incorporating the potential liability of those in the business of delivering advice in professional practice. The module also examines the law relating to companies including the legal regulation of business organisations.

This final year module allows students to consolidate their learning over the whole of their degree by undertaking an independent small-scale research project, with a business or management focus. This module introduces students to the basic theory, concepts, and techniques of digital business transformation. It focuses on developing the thought processes and practical skills needed to identify, analyse, evaluate and apply digital technologies in order to address real-world business problems. Finance and the EconomyIntroduces students to a range of economic and financial topics and shows how these can be applied to understand the world around us.

The optional modules listed are those that are most likely to be available, but they may be subject to change. Our courses all have various opportunities to take on work placements or shorter internships to prepare for graduation. Our BSc Business and Management will help you acquire the ability to think independently about business and management decisions. The information displayed in this section shows a shortened summary of our entry requirements. For more information, or for full entry requirements for Arts and Social Sciences degrees, see our detailed entry requirements section. Applicants who have achieved BB, and who meet one of the widening participation criteria are encouraged to apply and will be considered.

You will develop key professional and research skills, as well as an understanding of ethical business practice. You will also undertake a final research project, based on which you will need to submit a dissertation. Candidates offering the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination qualification can be considered for entry to the first year of an undergraduate degree programme. CAPE is graded on a I to VI scale and we would typically look for a minimum of II in each subject taken to include I in any required subject and for AAA-AAB offers to include a at least half the subjects at grade I.

Through a series of lectures, workshops and seminars you’ll begin your preparations for industry experience. We’ll ask you to self-assess your interests, strengths, areas for development and your future career ambitions; building and creating your network, how you can make a positive contribution to the industry and how you see yourself and others. The unit explores wearable cultures, alongside the macro and micro landscapes and how this is influencing and impacting the creative industries. It investigates how sectors are adopting or resisting, the technology and where and how it is being used; end product or experience, production, supply chain.

You’ll also learn about the theory and practice of setting up a business and explore your own potential as a manager. Small and medium-sized enterprises represent a large share of our economies and a leading force in economic development. This module focuses on such enterprises and explores the distinctive features of management in the SME environment. The module covers the fundamentals of managing SMEs and family owned small businesses in relation to leadership, strategy implementation, product development, innovation management, domestic growth and internationalisation strategies. Students will develop an understanding of the theoretical foundations of entrepreneurship. Students will also look at the roles and contributions of entrepreneurs and SMEs to economies, and will consider debates around the provision of hard and soft government support for entrepreneurship and SMEs.