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BBA (Hons) Business and Management Programme Structure


Published on: 2016-12-02 08:42:57


BBA (Hons) Business and Management Programme Structure

The BBA (Hons) Business and Management offers students a current and integrated business education covering the main disciplines and operational areas of business. The curriculum aims to challenge students in their ways of thinking, behaving, learning, and issues of ethics & ethical decision making, sustainability and global citizenship are embedded throughout.

 

The BBA programme actively seeks input from the external environment and student learning is grounded in the external context wherever appropriate through, e.g. external speakers, assessments that require students to test out concepts in practice and reflect on their own experience of organisations.

 

The first Foundation Level 3 year is concerned with bringing you up to university entrance level, as required by both the MoE in Nepal and our partner university, UWE. The programme aims at enhancing the overall knowledge and skills in management study, and preparation of students for entry to a Level 4 course.

 

The programme is structured with four (4) core and four (4) specialist module(s) in Business and Management.  

 

Level 3
Semester 1
Business Statistics 15 credits
Introduction to Management 15 credits
Academic English 15 credits
Principles of Marketing 15 credits
Study Skills 15 credits
Semester 2 
Introduction to Economics 15 credits
Introduction to Business 15 credits
Business Accountancy 15 credits
Effective Communication Skills 15 credits

UWE 3 Years Bachelor’s Degree Programme

The second year (level 4) provides a further foundation for the development of the knowledge, skills and attributes necessary for future success. In the third year (Level 5), you will study modules relating to the main functional areas of business, including a range of specialist module options, and you will develop your research and enquiry skills.

The final year (Level 6) will include a major project, modules which require the integration of the knowledge gained in the earlier years of study and a number of advanced business module options which allow you to further develop your specific interests. The final year curriculum also includes a focus on managing change, both in organisational terms and in terms of your own career.

 

Level 4
Semester 1
Introduction to Business and Management 15 credits
Understanding Business and Financial Information 15 credits
Understanding the Business and Economic Environment 15 credits
Understanding Organisations and People 15 credits
Semester 2
Understanding the Principles of Marketing 15 credits
Business Decision Making for Management 15 credits
Enterprise and Entrepreneurship 15 credits
Contemporary Business Issues  15 credits

  

Level 5
Semester One  Credits
Managing People 15 credits
Management skills 15 credits
Operations and Supply Chain Management 15 credits
International Business 15 credits
Semester Two  
Introductory Research Project 15 credits
Research methods for business 15 credits
Accounting Information for Business 15 credits
Integrated Marketing Communications (Marketing Route) 15 credits
Market Analysis for Private Investors (Accounting and Finance Route) 15 credits

 

 Level 6 : Marketing Route
Year-Long Credits
Critical Business Enquiry Project (marketing) 30 credits
Managing Organisational and Individual Change 30 credits
Semester One Credits
Strategic Management 15 credits
Digital Marketing Communications 15 credits
Semester Two Credits
Global Marketing Management 15 credits
Brand Management 15 credits

 

 Level 6 : Accounting and Finance Route
Year-Long Credits
Critical Business Enquiry Project (accounting/finance) 30 credits
Managing Organisational and Individual Change 30 credits
Semester One Credits
Strategic Management 15 credits
Accounting for Managers 15 credits
Semester Two Credits
International Financial Management 15 credits
Investment Management 15 credits

 

 

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