About the course

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Who should attend this course?

  • Anyone interested in engaging in Continuous Professional Development (CPD) at any level
  • Anyone who would like to test their aptitude for study and take advantage of the opportunity to earn credits for individual Accreditation of Prior Certificated Learning (APCL) 
  • If you do not meet the entry requirements for the full BA Business Administration (online) you can sign up for three modules, and if you pass the modules you will be allowed to enrol onto the full course.

Course content

This module will bring together a range of current research on contemporary strategic issues in business and management and enable you to consolidate their understanding of these issues, whilst giving you the skills and opportunity to examine and evaluate alternative valid views.  You will be asked to use your research skills to develop an in-depth understanding of these contemporary issues while being encouraged to examine and question the legitimacy of alternative approaches to management and to evaluate the impact, if any, of these issues on a business' strategic development. 

Why choose this course?

This module will help you draw on your range of knowledge and skills developed during your studies and/or work experience to review research literature and evaluate business and management responses to contemporary issues in order to inform your practice.

Entry requirements...

  • Relevant qualifications/experience (e.g. Access) to be assessed by the Admissions Tutor
  • Applicants are required to have a minimum GCSE English Language qualification at C* grade and above or its equivalent
  • For entry requirements when applying for the full BA programme, please visit the course page 

Dates

2020

Start DateEnd DateLink
25/05/202130/09/2021Apply online (Distance (Part Time))

2021

Start DateEnd DateLink
25/05/202230/09/2022Apply online (Distance (Part Time))

Course fees

Credit level for this course is 15 credits, total fee is £680 for the 2018/19 academic year. For more information about fees, please see our Fees and Funding page.

Teaching methods

Distance learning