What is Learned on a Business Course?
BA Hons Business and Management offers a range of modules over three levels. During the first level, some institutions focus on Business Environment, taking in how the market economy functions, and study of the importance of trade on an international level and what the EU means to UK business. Level one modules also tend to teach the Fundamentals of Marketing – including branding and studies of consumer behaviour, Business Skills, Business Finance and Human Resource Management.
nSecond level study will build on the foundations established by level one. Project Management is a primary focus, with the aim of teaching students to be able to apply understanding of project management concepts and software, as well as additional study on outsourcing, IT and project closure. A move into business planning may occur during level two, applying study to financial management and its relationship with good organization and decision making. Further level two modules of study also include: Marketing and Sales Management, Operations Management, Leadership and Managing Teams, and Financial Decision Making.
nThe final level of the Business and Management Degree will typically become more diverse and will encompass many areas. The first module is Business Management, in more depth students can learn about the importance of strategy and policy, whilst at the same time being given the opportunity to critically evaluate current working practices of management. At the modules close, students should then be able to, among other things, display understanding of correct strategies in appropriate contexts. Other modules tend to include Internet Marketing, Global Business Environment, Business Law, and Operations Management.
nNot only is Business and Management an increasingly popular and relevant subject currently, but studying online is growing in popularity. Online degree courses are easier to schedule around your life such as work and family. All study is done from home so transport costs could be lower, and it doesn’t matter where you are.
Posted Date: 2009-01-03 05:24:56