BA (Hons) Business Administration

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The BA (Hons) in Business Administration is a three-year full time course recognised around the world. It is based upon the BA (Honours) Business course delivered in the UK by the Harrow Business School of the University of Westminster (London). The BA (Hons) Business Administration aims to give students an education in the key areas of business, providing an understanding of underpinning theories, tools and techniques.

The course covers such business related area such as Marketing, Accounting & Finance, Human Resource Management or general management. It offers a practical as well as a theoretical understanding of the main business tools and concepts so that you can start and develop your own business. While opening doors for different career prospects, the course is also suitable for developing a teaching/academic career in a challenging and practical subject area.

Language of Instruction: English

Course Outcomes:

The aim of the BA (Honours) in Business Administration course is to give students an education in the key areas of the discipline of business, providing understanding of underpinning theories, tools and techniques, fitting them to gain employment in a business environment or to proceed to further study. The aims of the course are:

  • To produce graduates who understand the rapidly changing world of business and its role in the wider society
  • To develop the knowledge, skills and capabilities graduates require to respond proactively to contemporary issues and the challenges of the business environment
  • To equip graduates with the knowledge, understanding and academic skills to continue to post-graduate study
  • To produce graduates who are confident in developing the personal and intellectual attributes necessary for success in employment
  • To encourage students to reflect on the knowledge, values and assumptions that underpin their understanding of business and business management
  • To encourage students to reflect on the impact of their own actions and that of others on the world of business and the wider society
  • To provide students with the opportunity to specialize in a functional area of business within a broad-based business context
  • To promote the practical skills of processing information, identifying and formulating problems, analysing business environments and applying business management skills
  • To introduce, explain and apply the functions of the marketing, human resource, information management, and finance departments within a modern business environment

Course Structure:

There are 24 modules, 15 core and 7 optional plus a dissertation.  The optional modules are designed to enable students to focus one or more of the following directions: marketing, finance and accounting, and management. At the time of publication the core modules are:

  • Business Communications
  • Business Information Systems
  • Organisational Behaviour
  • Law for Business
  • Fundamental of Financial Accounting
  • Business Data Analysis
  • Introduction to Marketing
  • Human Resources Management
  • Management Accounting Applications
  • Business Economics
  • Financial Management
  • Creating and Delivering Customer Value
  • Management Research Methods
  • Business Strategy
  • Contemporary Business Issues
  • Business Project (double module)

Entry requirements:

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