The content of this programme has been designed to equip graduates with the tools to contribute and build a career in both public or private sectors.
During the first two years, students will receive thorough training in the principles of microeconomics and macroeconomics as well as the quantitative skills necessary to undertake economic research.
This degree will help our graduates pursue careers as economists or a related field of economic work.
Economists are in demand in the private and public sectors and are rewarded with competitive salaries, challenging work and great career prospects.
Economics graduates will find employment in a range of different areas including government departments, banks, insurance and accountancy companies, consultancies, and charitable and not-for-profit organisations.
Job positions in this field are varied. Therefore, Economics graduates can choose one of the following positions: accountant, compensation/benefits coordinator, insurance agent, market research analyst, government economist, health policy planner, international trade specialist, tax economist, bank research analyst, consumer credit manager, financial analyst, investment banking analyst, and statistician.
YEAR 1: BA (HONS) INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
Lecture1.1 Business in a Global Context
Lecture1.2 Introduction to Marketing
Lecture1.3 Foundations of Law
Lecture1.4 Finance for Managers
Lecture1.5 Managing People and Organisations
Lecture1.6 Introduction to Information Systems
Lecture1.7 Personal Development Planning
YEAR 2: BA (HONS) INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
Lecture2.1 Contemporary Issues in Political
Lecture2.3 Business Operations and
Lecture2.5 Business in Action
Lecture2.6 Work Experience with PDP
Lecture2.7 Research Methods for Business
Lecture2.8 Business Obligations
Lecture2.9 E-Business Management
YEAR 3: BA (HONS) INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
Lecture3.1 Strategic Management
Lecture3.2 Leadership and Change Management
Lecture3.3 Launching an Enterprise / Dissertation
Lecture3.4 International and Global Marketing
Lecture3.5 International and Comparative HRM
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