BA (Hons) Business Administration
- Duration 3.5 years
- Class Duration 8:00 AM -12:30 PM or 1:00 PM - 5:30 PM
- Institution UOB ( UK )
- Seats Available 25 Student
ABOUT THE COURSE
A Degree Program awarded by University of Bedfordshire for students who want to get a strong foundation in business management and get a head start to their career. This course will help students develop their business strategy and planning knowledge and skills with an advanced, practical business education. It supports entry and progression in management careers in industry, commerce or the public sector and provides access to Masters and professional courses in specific areas such as Finance, HRM and Marketing.
On completing this course students are likely to embark on careers such as Sales Representative/Executives, Customer Service Advisor, E-Business Practitioner, Office Administration Assistant, Financial Officer, Operation Manager.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
Foundation - Introduction to Management, Information Technology, Principles of Marketing, Business Communications, Human Resources Fundamentals, Introduction to Accounting, English.
First Year - Management Fundamentals, Business Economics, Human Resources Management, Business Accounting, Business Information Technology, Decision Making Techniques, Principles of Marketing, Organizational Behavior, English.
Second Year - Project Management in Practice, Managerial Accounting, Marketing Management, Statistical Methods, Entrepreneurship, Strategic Management, Operations Management, Advanced Organizational Behavior, English.
Final Year - New Advances in Business, Strategic Management, Management and Administration of Operations, Management and Administration of Projects, Global Marketing.
Methods of Assessments
A range of assessment methods is used throughout the course. You are required to undertake a variety of individual based assessments throughout the course. These assessments include individual essays, reports, presentations, and examinations. The assessments are designed to test subject knowledge and understanding of the appropriate subject matter, but also to demonstrate the range of intellectual and subject specific skills identified elsewhere in this document. Providing a wide variety of types of assessment maximises your opportunities to develop a wide variety of transferrable skills such as presentation, and report writing and gives you the chance to play to your strengths. At level 6 you are treated as an independent learner, and both the project until (New Advances in Business) and the Strategic Management unit provide opportunities for you to draw together your business knowledge in an individual and more independent way. The Management and Administration of Projects unit invites you to practice Project Management skills through the organisation of an activity. Industry views this as a highly valued and transferrable skill. In the units you will find assessment support in terms of careful briefing, and the completion of formative stages with detailed feedback designed not only to benchmark your performance but also to give you indights into how you can improve your work.
First Year (Level 4)
- Have to pass Foundation (Certificate in Business) and IELTS (4.5 overall, 4 on individual skills)
- For the credits (have to sum all cresits of foundation subjects as per new syllabus
Second Year (Level 5)
- Have to pass First Year (120 credits) plus Foundation (100 credits) and IELTS (5 overall, 4.5 on individual skills)
Final Year (Level 6)
- Have to pass Foundation (100 credits), First Year and Second Year (240 credits) plus IELTS (5.5 overall, 5 on individual skills)
Admission Entry Criteria
Matriculated or IGCSE or GCE"O" level or equivalent
IELTS (at least Overall 5.5, Individual 5 band scores) for Final Year
Copy of Matriculated or IGCSE or GCE "O" Level Certificates
Copy of Transcript of Certificates
Copy of NRC Card
Copy of Family Member List (Census)
Recommendation Letter (In English)
Copy of Other Certificate (if any)
Copy of Passport (if any)
Passport photos (any color background)
(Foundation Intake) - January/February, June/July,October/November
(Final Year Intake) - February, October