Queen Mary University of London

Course Introduction

This wide ranging and inspiring programme will develop your ability to make critical analysis and evaluations relevant to management. This is achieved by building an understanding of the forces at work in business alongside knowledge of management techniques. You will study key strategic issues including financial management, human resource management, marketing, management and organisational innovation. This strategic focus means our students are up to date with new developments and possibilities across many business sectors.

Our emphasis on the interconnected nature of business management and society often leads us to consider questions that are not traditionally considered to be within the remit of a business school, for example critical and postmodern theories of organisations, and social dynamics in societies. We believe that this interconnected approach is central to the scholarship and teaching that needs to take place in a modern business school.

There is currently a huge demand for new business leaders who can see the big picture of the relationship between business and society, and who can understand the centrality of sustainability, human development, democracy and accountability in business practices. This programme will prepare you to take up the challenge of addressing complex business and management issues in your future work.

Course Modules

Year 1

Accounting for Business

Business and Society

Economics for Business and Society

Fundamentals of Management Studies and Skills

Introduction to Marketing and Communications

Organisational Behaviour

Quantitative Research Methods

Work and Employment

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Duration & Attendance Qualification Tuition fees Fee type
3 years
Full Time
Bachelor of Science (with Honours) - BSc (Hons) £9,250 Home Fees