* Subject to approval by the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) .
This qualification is designed to provide students with a range of opportunities to develop skills in the varied Business and Management sector.
The foundation degree has been designed to develop knowledge and understanding of a range of business disciplines and line management to marketing, accounting and business practice. It will focus on developing the undergraduate’s core study skills, general business knowledge and problem solving abilities. In addition, there will be emphasis on improving mathematical and literacy skills, for progression into employment or on to further study.
It is expected that throughout the course undergraduates will have the opportunity to visit local businesses to enhance their understanding and perception of their studies. Visiting academics and employers will also be invited to ‘guest lecture’ further enriching experience of the course.
Students will study a range of core modules, including:
- First Line Management
- Management and Organisational Functions
- Marketing Principles for Business
- Business and Management Practice
Teaching and learning on the course will be delivered through a range of lectures, practical workshops, research seminars, group work, project work and guest speakers.
Guest speakers from different areas of business will conduct workshops and Q&A sessions. Students will be involved in research activities.
Assessment will be via a combination of coursework and exams.
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