The BSc in Business and Management helps you develop critical skills for a wide range of real world professional situations. The programme will give you a thorough grounding in the principles of business and management. It is ideal if you are aspiring towards careers in the financial professions or if you are already professionally qualified and now would like to take a degree.
Standard Route – First Year
- Introduction to economics
- Mathematics 1 and Statistics 1
- Principles of accounting
- Contemporary sociology in a global age
- Business and management in a global context
Standard Route – Second & Third Year
- Core management concepts
- Managerial economics OR Microeconomics
- One course taken from the following:
- Corporate finance or Financial management
- Information systems and organizations
- Elements of social and applied psychology
- Management science methods
- Human resource management
- Organisation theory: an interdisciplinary approach
- Principles of marketing
University of London (UOL), established by the Royal Charter in 1836, is one of UK’s oldest and largest universities. It comprises of 18 colleges (i.e. London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), University College London, King’s College etc.) and 9 specialist research institutions. Each college is considered a ‘university’ itself and some are among the top 100 best universities in the world.
In 1858, the University began to provide access to world-class academic programmes for qualified students from all around the world. Today, it has more than 50,000 international students across 180 countries. Its former students and alumni include 7 Nobel Prize winners, leaders of Commonwealth countries, government ministers, renowned authors, academics, judges and business leaders.
This degree will prepare you for a career in areas of business, banking, general management,
accountancy, management consulting and marketing. You could also gain entry to a master’s
programme in this field.
This BSc will help you to question and analyse information, develop arguments, and boost your
analytical and communication skills – all of which are valued in management-related roles.
In some countries, qualifications earned by distance and flexible learning may not be recognised by
certain authorities or regulators for the purposes of public sector employment or further study. We advise you to explore the local recognition status before you register, even if you plan to receive support from a local teaching institution.