Business (BSc): 4-year, part-time, Stratford

Year of entry

2017

Start date

October 2017

Location

Stratford

Status

Fully Approved

Duration

Four years part-time

Attendance

One to two evenings a week, October to July

Other entry years for this course

2018

This flexible course is rooted in real-world business practice and will help you relate your own experience to your studies. You will investigate how organisations think and work, how managers work successfully, and the external circumstances in which businesses operate and succeed.

You will gain a solid understanding of key, transferable business skills and explore more specialised areas, including accounting, economics, leadership, innovation and marketing. We will help you get to grips with all of the key elements you need to succeed in business. We take a genuinely interdisciplinary approach to the subject, offering you an innovative way of learning about topics that cannot be pigeonholed into one particular area.

This programme attracts students from both the public and private sectors, including administrators, clerical workers and managers, as well as the self-employed. Because it is taught entirely by evening study, you are able to combine your academic studies with daytime commitments.

The majority of our students work or care for a family, so you will be learning with people from a wide range of backgrounds and with a wide range of experiences. This creates a stimulating and supportive learning environment. Our tutorial/seminar sessions give you a chance to interact with your peers and develop insights into analysing and interpreting a wide and varied subject matter.

 

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Course structure

In addition to compulsory modules, you also take option modules - which may include other approved business modules offered by the School of Business, Economics and Informaticsand you complete a research project.

You take option modules in Years 2, 3 and 4.

To find out more, read our programme handbook.

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