The composition of this course is based upon the attributes that an effective employee, or a graduate, should ideally have:
📌Developed personal skills with both the confidence and ability to express their creativity both individually and as part of a team;
📌Gained the ability to promote a responsible, professional attitude towards the selection and use of data and skills within team based contexts;
📌Had an in-depth understanding of business knowledge and to develop their critical awareness of new emerging case studies in business environment;
📌Developed a comprehensive awareness of the wider cultural, social, political, economic and ethical implications in the business firms;
📌Applied comprehensively their knowledge and skills to a piece of work on business administration through the Honours Project to reflect the programme being studied.
In addition to the broad aims of the course, the specific qualities built into the curriculum ensure that students will gain a systemic understanding of new development and application, and the capacity to analyse, assess and recommend high level strategies. The specific objectives of this course, therefore, are to provide students with the skills and knowledge of key subject areas that relate to sustainability at operational, tactical and strategic levels for modern business environment. The course’s objectives are to equip students with:
📌the aptitude to solve problems within various settings;
📌the competence to develop concepts and apply them in pragmatic ways;
📌advanced analytical skills that can be used within organisations;
📌a perceptive insight into management related issues;
📌the ability to understand policies in local and global contexts and the capability to see legislation as emergent resultants;
📌a good understanding of how the preliminary studies of business project can impact on the success of the implementation of that project;
📌the aptitude to think and plan strategically in the design of business projects;
📌a good understanding of the societal implications of emerging issues in business organizations;
📌aptitude to analyse, synthesise, critique and evaluate various means of business administrations, deployment and leading edge ideas.
The teaching team offers an up-to-date and engaging curriculum that incorporates their own experience and expertise in relation to business administration and supports the development of industry experiences. In the taught part of the course, there will be a mixture of theory and discussion on practices, particularly where student’s developmental portfolios are focused on. Students will have relation to a range of business organizations to support their work.
A Virtual Learning Environment will support delivery of all modules and include materials that supplement the work done in class.
You will be encouraged to discuss and explore key ideas from lectures and readings, including case studies, and discuss these regularly in the class as you build up materials for your developmental portfolio with good English.
You will be able to develop your use of information drawn from a range of source materials in books and journals and the various search technologies that provide access to information. These include academic sources from libraries and other sources in the public domain such as the internet.
Research and Evaluation
You will be set learning and assignment tasks that will require you to further develop your ability and skill in searching for, identifying and evaluating relevant material especially in self development business project unit.
Creativity and Critical Thinking
The course will include set readings, learning tasks and assignments. It will seek to provide a supportive learning context in which you will practice and develop your ability to critically examine, assess, compare and contrast a range of debates and perspectives allied to business advice, in the context of the real world evidence.
Generic and Enabling Skills
In order to develop as a nutrition professional you will be encouraged to develop the following skills through many of the applied modules:
📌Reflection on the learning process, in order to identify personal and professional goals for continuing professional development and lifelong learning.
📌Communication skills sufficient to communicate safely and effectively as a professional with other relevant business management colleagues.
Assessment forms an integral part of the learning process. The assessment aims to enhance the learning experience rather than simply provide academic benchmarks. It allows your progress to be monitored during the course and to be enhanced by feedback from tutors, and also provides an opportunity for you to integrate your prior learning when undertaking a more focused assignment or presentation task. The assessments for level 5 will be carried out using several methods with exams and in particular developmental portfolios playing a key role.
The assessment methods used relate closely to the learning outcomes of the course and individual unit, while allowing you scope for creativity in fulfilling them e.g. by self-selection of case study examples to present within a written report within a particular business context. Assessments will in many cases be vocationally ‘sensitive’ and be designed to promote awareness of contextual policies and to promote engagement with real-life local, large and small scale business projects.
Successful completion of the Matriculation Exam or GCSE A Level.
Applicants with other entry qualifications will be assessed individually by the Course co-ordinator for recognised prior learning (RPL). This might include applicants with complete or partially complete other professional qualifications.
Course Fees must be paid in Myanmar Kyats equivalent.
Course Fees may subject to change without piror notice.