The degree is for you if you wish to: Acquire the ability to think independently about business and management decisions; gain a degree which will be valued by employers looking for people who can demonstrate logical and quantitative reasoning; gain a knowledge and understanding of a number of issues in international management, while allowing you to learn from issues and experiences relevant to your local environment.
Modules may include: Introduction to economics; mathematics 1 (half course); statistics 1 (half course); principles of accounting; business and management in a global context; core management concepts; corporate finance; financial management; information systems and organisations; managerial economics; elements of social and applied psychology; management science methods; human resource management; strategy; organisation theory: an interdisciplinary approach; principles of marketing.
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- Age restriction
- GCSE/SQA Standard Grade