Undergraduate business courses
Courses to choose from
Choose from a wide variety of undergraduate business courses here at the Hertfordshire Business School.
Our single honours Business School courses are:
- Accounting and Finance
- Business Administration
- Business Economics
- Business Studies
- Event Management
- Human Resource Management
- IT Management for Business (ITMB)
- International Business
- International Management (Dual Award)
- International Tourism Management
- Tourism Management
Level 6 Direct Entry (Top Up)
Programmes combining more than one subject
We also offer the following combined degrees which can lead to some very interesting career opportunities:
- Business and Accounting
- Business and Economics
- Business and Finance
- Business and Information Systems
- Business and Event Management
- Business and Marketing
- Business and Human Resources
- Business and Tourism
- Accounting and Economics
- Event Management and Marketing
- Event Management and Tourism
- Finance and Economics
- Marketing and Advertising
- Marketing with Digital Communications
- Marketing with Fashion
Choosing a sandwich degree means your degree will take 4 years instead of 3 and you get the added benefits of choosing to take a work placement, or studying abroad with one of our 150 partner institutions in Europe, North America, South America, the Asia Pacific and Australia.
You can also choose to combine both with 6 months of work and 6 months of study.
Both of these opportunities can really boost your employability on graduation.
Study a language
You can choose to study a language with most of our business courses – we offer French, German, Spanish, Mandarin Chinese and Japanese.
Adding a language to your degree can also enhance your graduate employability.
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We offer a range of support services to our Business School students, including our Centre for Academic Skills Enhancement, Student Support and Guidance Service, Careers, Employment and Enterprise Service and Study Abroad Office, which are all in addition to the University-wide student support services.