Course: BA (Hons) Business Management
Great Yarmouth Campus
FT / PT
If you work in the business sector, this course aims to help you to gain a promotion and become confident with the decisions you make. You will develop knowledge, skills and experience in the main functions of business operations, leadership and management.
The combination of learning in both the classroom and the work place is designed to ensure that the acquisition and application of management skills is at the centre of this course. Our lecturers are committed to supporting you through a varied programme of learning activities. You will also be helped in the development of skills identified as essential for success in the modern business environment.
Modules you may study include:
- Managing and Delivering a Project
- Finance and Data Analysis
- Strategic Management
- Managing People
Assessments rely heavily on the application of understanding and skills in a work context. Students are likely to be employed in an appropriate business sector, or find a suitable work placement which the college can provide assistance with.
Core knowledge and understanding is mainly acquired through lectures and seminars and directed independent study. The latter will normally make specific use of individually accessed key texts as well as lecturer-designed course materials. Use will also be made of a range of accessible supplementary texts, articles, reports and other designated sources.
You will also benefit from outside speakers who are invited in from the business environment to provide active case studies and to discuss their experience with you.
You can apply for this course on the University of Suffolk website to study at the East Coast College Great Yarmouth campus. Click ‘Apply Now’ to be taken to the full course and application page where you will find further details about course modules, fees and finance and entry requirements.
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