Business management is a versatile field that offers opportunities for individuals with a variety of interests and skills. Whether you choose the core business management program or choose to specialize in business analysis or entrepreneurship , you’ll develop the practical leadership and technology skills you need to gain a competitive edge in today’s competitive job market.
On completion of this module you will be able to link theory to practice and analyse the options for different trading platforms for different types of offerings of goods and services to different target markets, thereby interpreting and rationalising solutions to a range of business problems across alternative business retail models.
Introduces students to a number of the key research foci within the management accounting sub-discipline, and how their role within broader management practices are best understood by embracing an interdisciplinary perspective rather than the more familiar technical emphasis of accounting practice.
The module aims to provide you with a detailed understanding of the nature of knowledge, the role of Knowledge Management (KM) within different kinds of organisations and the various technologies that can facilitate Knowledge Management and benefit the organisation’s performance as well.
The first year of Business Management, Business Management (Accounting and Finance) and Bachelor in Accounting degrees are identical so students on either of the BSc Business Management degrees can, if they wish, transfer into another degree in the School after successful completion of Level 1.