BA (Hons) Business Administration (Online )
Why choose this course?
- Gain a thorough understanding of business and management practices at local, national and international levels.
- Preparation for a career in business and management.
- Develop your practical transferable skills within a global context.
What's the course about?
This online course is ideal if you want a degree that can lead to a wide range of business careers. It closely follows our traditional business administration degree, but gives you the flexibility to learn from wherever you’re based and fit studying around other commitments. During the course, you’ll learn principles of accounting, economics and marketing as well as other relevant business modules that prepare you for a career in business and management. All teaching and resources are online and you’ll have plenty of support from and interaction with your tutors.
If you are interested in studying this course, take a look at our video to find out more from the course tutor.
Find more information about how to apply, funding and how online study works.
What will I study?
Online distance learning gives you the flexibility of when and where to study. However, interacting with other students and tutors is still important, so this flexibility is combined with online discussion, podcasts and online synchronised, where possible. To keep you on track, assessments are also scheduled at specific times.
The BABA (online) course is studied part-time over 5-6 years, and you will need 360 credits to complete the qualification. A typical part-time study rate is 60 credits per year, students will be studying TWO (2) modules per study period (‘semester’). All modules on the Online course are worth 15 credit points. A 15-credit module indicates between 100 and 150 hours’ of work on the part of the student over a semester which includes reading, engaging with exercises and practical work, taking part in discussions online and completing assessments. For this reason it is essential that you prepare a study plan during the programme induction to set aside sufficient time for work, studies and assessments.