- Award: BA (Hons) Business and Management
- UCAS code: Business and Management: NN12, Business and Management (Accounting):N400, Business and Management (Human Resource Management): N600, Business and Management (Marketing): N500, Business and Management (Tourism Management): N832
- School: School of Society, Enterprise and Environment
- UK/EU Fees: Tuition fees are £9,000 per year.
- Fees and Finance Information
- Course length: 3 years full-time; 4 years full time (with year placement); part-time available.
- Campus: Newton Park
- Friendly and supportive academics
- Great learning environment
- Close knit student community
- Innovative Business and Management course offering a choice of specialist pathways
- Choice of work placement length: 10 month or 10 week
- Ranked highly in The Guardian League table
- Very strong student satisfaction scores
Our Business and Management degree (UCAS code NN12) offers a diverse programme that will equip you with the business skills to work in a range of business sectors. You can choose a specific pathway through your Business and Management degree. This could be in:
- Accounting (UCAS code N400)
- Marketing (UCAS code N500)
- Human Resource Management (UCAS code N600)
- Tourism Management (UCAS code N832)
Year 1 ensures you have a broad and grounded knowledge of business today, giving a platform to develop specialised knowledge as you progress through the course. You’ll explore how organisations work, how they are managed and how they interact with the business environment. You’ll gain an understanding of economic thinking. You’ll develop management skills in gathering and assessing information and data, in making and communicating decisions and in evaluating their effect.
In Year 2 you’ll get to know about the functions of a business and how these interrelate. You’ll start to form opinions about how businesses manage the challenges that are presented to them on a daily basis. You’ll have the opportunity to work on projects and to use business techniques to solve problems, and you’ll start to develop your employability skills before seeking a placement at the end of this study year. There is a compulsory module on financial accounting, and a range of other modules related to business and management functions.
At the end of Year 2 you have the option to choose a ten month business placement or a shorter ten week placement during the summer break. This is an invaluable chance to apply your knowledge and skills in the real world, making you even more attractive to employers.
In your final year, when you finish your placement, you’ll practice, develop, challenge and explore all your business learning, and examine management as an integrating activity. In your business-related dissertation you’ll explore in depth a topic of business that really interests you. You’ll also have the opportunity to work individually or with colleagues to develop and set up a business. A choice of modules allows you to pursue specialist areas such as marketing, human resources, or management accounting.
There’s an exciting range of modules on offer. Some of our modules are compulsory but most are optional and will allow you to pursue areas of interest.
Organisations and the Business Environment*
- Economics and Globalisation*
- Managing Data*
- Creativity and Innovation in the Workplace*
- Financial Accounting*
- Human Resource Management
- The Marketing Business
- Information and Operations Management
- Reasoning with Research: Social Sciences Research Methods
- Destination Management
- Work Placement – 10 weeks or 10 months work placement taking place at the end of year 2 (this will count as one of your final year modules)
Final Study Year: Year 3/Year 4
- Business and Management Research Project *
- Marketing for Managers
- Management Accounting
- Strategic Human Resource Management
- Managing Sustainability
- Business Strategy
- International Business
- New Trends in Management
- Enterprise: Creating and Developing your Business
- Tourism: Contemporary Issues
* compulsory modules
You’ll be assessed in a wide range of ways that will test your business knowledge and management skills. These will include presentations, work related projects, group-work, computer based tests, podcasts, examinations, essays and business reports.
You’ll be given personal support in your study – we are a friendly team of academics who are committed to helping students achieve their goals.
Our library offers a wide range of business materials. There is also a wealth of material available via electronic sources. These include Business Source Premier, Mintel, Newsbank and an increasing range of e-books. This on-line material can be accessed on and off campus enabling you to work at times that suit you.
We offer variety in the way we teach: sometimes we will set you problems so you can find the answers for yourself, sometimes we will lecture. Most modules use a mix of lectures and small group seminars. There is a good blend of on-line activities using our virtual learning environment. We invite business leaders in to talk about their experience and we arrange visits to local businesses. All of our teaching methods facilitate your development as a self directed learner.
All undergraduate applications are handled by UCAS.
Please contact our Admission team (see above)
260–300 UCAS Tariff points
You’ll have many opportunities to explore your career aspirations and you will be encouraged to take up work placements and internships. You’ll also work alongside real businesses on project based assignments, giving you useful insights to a range of businesses and possible career choices.
Employers such as Logica, NHS, Liberty, American Express, Sky and Numatic International have recruited graduates from this course. Students have also gone into roles including Business Analyst, IT Services Analyst, Project Officer, Business Development Manager, Account Executive and Brand Planner.
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