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BSc in Business Management

Key information

Programme code: NN12

Start date: September 2014

Programme duration: 3 years (full time)

Awarding institution: University of London

Fees (2014/15 entry): £9,000 (Home/EU); £13,750 (International), Click here for details about fees

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Programme description

Our BSc in Business Management has been designed to develop your critical skills in business and organisational analysis. It combines theories of business management with an evaluation of the techniques and processes adopted by contemporary organisations. Our emphasis on the interconnected nature of business management and society means you will consider questions that are not traditionally considered to be within the remit of a business school, for example critical and post-modern theories of organisations, and social dynamics in societies. From the beginning you will be encouraged to think for yourself, and gain confidence in evaluating the claims made by experts.

You will graduate well-prepared to take up the challenge of addressing complex business and management issues in your future work. Specific examples of modules available are listed below. As the School grows the number of modules on offer to students will be expanding.

Year 1 (Level 4)
Semester 1
Year 1 (Level 4)
Semester 2
BUS101 Introduction to Marketing and Communications
BUS107 Business and Society
BUS108 Economics for Business and Society 
BUS118 Management Studies and Skills
BUS005 Quantitative Research Methods
BUS106 Accounting for Business
BUS124 Work and Employment
BUS127 Organisational Behaviour 
Year 2 (Level 5)
Semester 1
Year 2 (Level 5)
Semester 2
BUS002 Operations Management
BUS007 Research Methodology
BUS201 Financial Institutions 
BUS204 Strategy
BUS205 Business Law
BUS206 Coordination and Social Dynamics
BUS208 Microeconomics for Managers
BUS220 Persuasive Strategies in Marketing
BUS223 Technologies in the Workplace
BUS014 Human Resource Management
BUS211 Governance and Business Strategy
BUS212 Ethics and Business
BUS213 Advertising 
BUS215 Occupational Psychology
BUS216 Advanced Accounting for Business
BUS219 Leadership
BUS221 Organisational Learning in the Workplace
BUS222 Strategic Management  
Year 3 (Level 6)
Semester 1
Year 3 (Level 6)
Semester 2
BUS302 Organisation and Identity
BUS305 Managing Diversity
BUS306 Financial Management
BUS311 Social Networks
BUS314 Dissertation
BUS317 Organisational Change and Development
BUS318 Consumer Psychology
BUS326 Global Supply Chains
BUS328 Managing Public Services
BUS330 Macroeconomic Modelling and Policy
BUS300 Innovation and Entrepreneurship
BUS304 International Business
BUS313 Corporate and Social Responsibility
BUS314 Dissertation
BUS316 Social and Political Marketing
BUS320 Employment Relations
BUS321 Business and Social Approaches to Social Media
BUS322 Managing Knowledge-based Organisations
BUS327 Gender, Management and Leadership
BUS329 Corporate Law and Governance
BUS331 Company Valuation


The BSc in Business and Management is a three-year degree, taught within the College’s modular system. You are expected to take eight modules in each year, each of which is normally assessed by a combination of coursework and/or an examination in May or June. You will therefore normally have taken 24 modules in completing your degree. The modular system allows much more flexibility than the traditional system. Subject to meeting a module’s prerequisites, you may in principle choose from modules taught in the School of Business and Management, as well as those from all other Schools and Departments in the College (except the School of Medicine and Dentistry). You will need to make sure, however, that your choice of modules is consistent with the structure of the Business and Management degree, and modules taken outside the School should be complementary to your main studies. Your personal academic adviser will guide you through this process and approve your module choices.

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