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Programme Details 2014-2015
BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT) Entry Pre-September 2012
BSc Single Honours
Roehampton University Business School
PROGRAMME CONVENER & PATHWAY LEADER: Miral Metawie, 020 8392 3858, email@example.com
For further information please contact the Department Administrators: Beverley Woodbridge (level HE1 students), 020 8392 3440, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Thomas Barbanneau (level HE2 & HE3 students), 020 8392 3440, email@example.com.
LOCATION: The modules in this programme are taught at the Roehampton Lane (Southlands College) campus unless otherwise stated.
AIMS: This programme aims to:
- meet the need for adaptive, adaptable graduates with the ability to manage change;
- empower students from a variety of educational backgrounds to fulfil their academic potential;
- provide a wide number of core and elective modules equipping students with necessary skills, knowledge and understanding for a wide range of careers, including employment in business organisations or self-employment;
- develop students’ personal and interpersonal transferable skills;
- provide students with opportunities for continuing intellectual development;
- provide an academic basis for further study including that of business and management at graduate level and/or graduate training.
LEARNING OUTCOMES: Students who successfully complete the programme will:
- have a knowledge and understanding of the external and internal business environments;
- demonstrate analytical skill through the identification, selection and interpretation of complex data;
- be able to describe, analyse, synthesise, evaluate and apply theoretical models underpinning key business and management decision making processes in an international context;
- show an understanding of organisational decision-making and have developed problem-solving skills;
- be able to use relevant research and problem-solving skills through a variety of organisation based projects;
- be able to identify and raise new, challenging issues in written, numerical and oral work acknowledging ethical considerations;
- have enhanced interpersonal skills e.g. building relationships, maximising individual strengths, negotiating individual contributions to a group task to allow the pursuit of group goals and to foster individual and group effectiveness;
- be computer literate and appreciate the use of IT applications, including e-learning, in the organization;
- have effective intellectual autonomy, initiative and self-competence in learning situations;
- have developed relevant personal transferable skills e.g. oral, written, analytical, problem-solving and time management skills applicable to a range of job opportunities including self-employment;
- appreciate the importance of enterprise and entrepreneurial activity in both commercial and not-for-profit organizations;
- have gained a broad grounding across a number of subject specialisms to enable entry into postgraduate study and/or vocational training in relevant areas.
Y - Contemporary Case Studies in Human Resource Management
Y - Employment Law and RelationsOptional modulesBUS020X622
Y - Ethics, Organisations and Society
- Management Information SystemsBUS020X630
Y - Business ProjectBUS020X633
Y - Corporate StrategyBUS020X634
Y - Managing Change & InnovationBUS020X640
Y - Capital Markets & InvestmentBUS020X641
Y - Economics & GovernmentBUS020X642
Y - Corporate FinanceBUS020X643
S - Advanced Financial AccountingBUS020X644
A - Corporate CollapseBUS020X654
A - Digital MarketingBUS020X652
Y - Cross Cultural ManagementBUS020X657
Y - Graduate EnterpriseBUS020X660
Y - International MarketingBUS020X662
Y - Applied Marketing CommunicationsBUS020X670
A - Retail Theory and PracticeBUS020X671
S - Retail Issues and ApplicationsAdditional module
This module can only be taken with permission
from the Programme Convener:BUS040X631
Y - Business DissertationWork Placement module
This module aims to enhance students’ work-related skills and knowledge and thereby improve their employability. It can only
be taken following agreement from the Programme Convener and is not available to students at enrolment.BUS020X621
Y - Work PlacementIndependent Study module
This module will only be available to students who have too few credits to progress/graduate during the academic year and are too late to register for conventionally taught modules. It cannot be selected as part of a normal programme of study at the beginning of the academic year and requires the Programme Convener's approval.BUS020X620
Y - Independent Study: Report
# - compulsory module (must be passed)
~ - required module (must be taken)
¬ module not available in 2014-2015.
a) Each module code consists of a three-letter module prefix denoting the programme it belongs to (eg BSS010C110A = Biosciences), the following three digits refer to its credit value (eg BSS010C110A = 10 credits), the single letter in the middle (eg BSS010C110A) denotes the module level (eg C = HE1, N = HE2, X = HE3), the last three digits denote its unique number (eg BSS010C110A), and the final letter denotes its suffix (eg BSS010C110A). The suffixes indicate the following: A - Autumn term, S - Spring term, H – Summer term/Summer intensive mode and Y - All year.
b) Individual module details can be viewed by clicking on each module code or using the "View all modules" link below for a complete list of module assessments and descriptions. Where an assessment has more than one component all elements must be passed, unless individual module assessment details state otherwise.
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