This programme offers modules which provide you with a sound framework in all aspects of business. The course is flexible and you can tailor the modules around your specific interests.
Business and Business Entrepreneurship is built around an entrepreneurial stream that runs through the three stages of the course. You will gain knowledge of business start-up, business growth and development, managing opportunities, starting an online business and developing strategy.
The course provides you with the practical skills, knowledge, commercial awareness and opportunities to enhance your employability and give you the confidence to develop your own business. Business and Business Entrepreneurship is practical in focus and offers opportunities to work on your own business ideas and network with entrepreneurs. Success comes not only from business knowledge but also from personal attitude. You will be actively encouraged to develop an entrepreneurial spirit and attitude.
This course combines business and business entrepreneurship modules that will provide you with a key grounding in business. The course introduces all areas of business preparing you for a future of making sound operational and strategic decisions which are important as organisations are now demanding higher levels of business related skills. You will be able to utilise our very own Enterprise Club on campus.
Upon completion of the degree, you will be able to progress your career in business, HR or financial organisations stretching across any sector or industry.
Optional Work Placement Year
You are encouraged to undertake a year-long placement in between Stages Two and Three of study. If you meet the entry criteria, and choose to take up a placement year you will find it an invaluable experience that helps you to apply your learning in your final year and prepares you for your career. Whilst on your Optional Work Placement Year you will study a 40 credit module ‘The Placement Year Experience – Organisations in Context’. We offer a lot of support in helping you to find a placement, which can be in the UK or overseas.
Methods of Learning
For this course you can expect taught study to be a combination of lectures, seminars and workshops, usually for 12 hours per week. We recommend that you spend 24 hours per week in self-directed study time.
Three years full-time or four years with an optional work placement year.
Most assessment tends to be coursework based, which is likely to include business reports, group projects, essays, consultancy projects and presentations.