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Department of Business Studies
 
PgD in Business Management Leading to MBA / MA
Diploma & Adv. Diploma in Administrative Management
Leading to BA (Hons) Business Management/ International Business
BSC/ND Busness Studies
 
PgD in Business Management Leading to MBA / MA

Course Summary
The main purpose of this course is to equip students with a good understanding of the responsibilities of a manager and the procedures they will use to handle different situations as well as the legal requirements within their role. It is articulated to an MBA so therefore entry requirements will cover both courses.

Qualification Level
Level 7

Duration
1 Year

Examination
These will be held three times a year to coincide with MBA applications.

Progression
University of Wales (UWIC) and Edge Hill University will accept students onto an MBA programme with 120 and 105 points credit respectively. Students will need to undertake the Research Methods Unit and a Dissertation.

Awarding Body
NCFE/ATHE

Entry Requirements
A UK or equivalent second class if fresh graduate or degree plus 2 years middle management experience. Anyone without a degree must have 4 - 5 years management experience. These entry qualifications will also cover the MBA progression. A normal three year degree will be required for progression to MA in Management. The Postgraduate programme is conducted in English and thus candidates are expected to have an acceptable TOEFL or IELTS score if they have not undertaken their previous studies in the language.

Registration within 14 days of start is important as eligibility needs to be confirmed early on.

The admission office assesses candidates’ suitability for this course of study based on the documents submitted by applicants with application form, English Language Assessment and Intention to Study check.

Unit Titles

Mandatory
Unit 1 - Marketing
Unit 2 - Financial Management
Unit 3 - Management Behaviour
Unit 4 - Business Strategy

Optional (any one from 5 or 6)
Unit 5 - Human Resource Management
Unit 6 - Communication Process

(Plus any one from 7 or 8)
Unit 7 - Business Globalisation
Unit 8 Macroeconomics

Potential Jobs
Students completing this course will usually work in Management or Administrative roles managing staff in a variety of different scenarios from small to large businesses. The course is suitable for anyone who is already working or intending to take up managerial positions. The course will enable students to develop practical skills alongside the development of requisite knowledge and understanding in the sector.

 
 
Diploma & Adv. Diploma in Administrative Management
Leading to BA (Hons) Business Management/ International Business

The Institute of Administrative Management(IAM) offers qualifications at Diploma and Advanced Diploma level. This corresponds to level 4 and 5 of the UK National Qualifications Framework(NQF). The IAM’s qualifications focus on the essential skills required for a person to be an effective, qualified, professional Administrator/Administrative Manager.

The Institute's each level of learning builds on the previous one. The graduating students of Diploma and Advanced Diploma will be offered direct entry to either 2nd year or final year on- campus study of level 6 Bachelor of Arts (Hons) degree in Business Management or International Business Management at one of the following UK universities:

The University of Teeside (http://www.tees.ac.uk)
University of Worcester (www.worcester.ac.uk)
Sheffield Hallam University (www.shu.ac.uk)

Learning Objective:
The overall objective of the course is to introduce classical and modern principles of management, and understanding their relevance to the reality. The specific aim is to be familiar with the methods, processes and procedures of all aspects of management like Human Resources Management, Total Quality Management, Operations Management, Administrative Management, Management of resources and above all strategic management to ensure the efficient and effective use and deployment of human and other resources resources to the fullest possible benefit of the organization.

Awarding Body:
Institute of Administrative Management (IAM)

PROGRESSION ROUTE

Entry Requirements
The admission office assesses candidates’ suitability for this course of study based on the documents submitted by applicants with application form, English Language Assessment and Intention to Study check.

DIPLOMA IN ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT
(NQF Level 4)

This qualification is recognised as a Level 4 programme within the UK National Qualification Framework. There are five (5) units to complete level 4 diploma. Suggested learning hours for this award are 50 hours per unit. These learning hours include lectures, seminar, group discussion and/or presentation.

This qualification allows candidates to get enrolled into the 2nd year of BA(Hon) Business Management or International Business management to study on campus at the University of Teeside. The degree holders will also have the option to choose from a range of Business Management courses of Sheffield Hallam University and the University of Worcester.

Learning Aim
The aim of the Diploma in Administrative Management is to develop an appreciation of the people-management functions within the organisation. The candidates are introduced to some of the key concerns of administrative managers within a rapidly changing environment. It also develops candidate’s appreciation of the need to manage information.

UNIT ONE: PEOPLE IN ORGANISATIONS

Learning Aim
The aim of this unit is to develop an appreciation of the people management functions within the organisation, improve leadership and management capability and develop an appreciation of the importance of self-management and continuing professional development.

UNIT TWO: ADMINISTRATIVE SYSTEMS AND PROCESSES

Learning Aim
The aim of this unit is to provide a general introduction to the relevance of the systems approach for the design and conduct of administrative activity. It introduces candidates to the role that systems thinking can play in understanding the contribution administrative processes make to organisational effectiveness.

UNIT THREE: PROFESSIONAL ADMINISTRATION
Learning Aim
The aim of this unit is to consider administration in its wider organisational context. It introduces students to some of the key concerns of administrative managers within a rapidly changing environment and develops in the student an understanding of the role of the professional administrator in achieving organisational objectives.

UNIT FOUR: INFORMATION FOR DECISION MAKING
Learning Aim

The aim of this unit is to develop student’s appreciation of the need to manage information. To survive in a rapidly changing, competitive environment, every organization must be able to collect, communicate and process information in such a way that managers within the organisation can make effective decisions in pursuit of the organisation’s objectives.

Assessment :
Each of the above units will be assessed by a three hour unseen written paper comprising two sections A and B. Section A will comprise eight compulsory short answer questions and section B will comprise a choice of three questions from five designed to assess the candidate’s appreciation of how information is used in the decision making process.

UNIT FIVE: CASE STUDY OR WORK PROJECT REPORT
The Case Study Paper is an integrative examination designed to test students’ knowledge, and application of that knowledge, to a “real life” situation. A scenario will be provided and questions on it will be aimed at testing knowledge across the whole of the Diploma syllabus.

Alternatively, the student may submit a work project report; the requirements for this are available from the IAM website (www.instam.org) or from Head Office.

ADVANCED DIPLOMA IN ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT
(NQF Level 5)

This qualification is recognised as a Level 5 programme within the UK National Qualification Framework. Suggested learning hours for this award are 200 hours. On successful completion students could progress to Final year BA( Hons) Business Management or International Business Management programme at the University of Teeside. The degree holders will also have the option to choose from a range of Final year Business Management courses of Sheffield Hallam University and the University of Worcester.

Learning Aim
The aim of this programme is to provide a framework and tools to manage systems as an integrative activity. The programme also allows candidates to consider administration in its wider business and environmental context. Candidates develop knowledge and understanding of the key principles involved in managing organisational resources and to provide an appreciation of the tools and techniques associated with managing finance, projects and facilities. Candidates also develop knowledge and understanding of the theory and practice of managing human resources in the organisation.

UNIT ONE: ADMINISTRATIVE SYSTEMS IN THE ORGANISATION

Learning Aim
The aim of this unit is to provide a framework and tools for applying the systems approach to managing systems as an integrative activity and addressing dynamic organisational issues, including those involving complex problems characterised by uncertainty.

UNIT TWO: STRATEGIC ISSUES IN ADMINISTRATION
Learning Aim

The aim of this unit is to consider administration in its wider business and environmental context. It introduces students to some of the key concepts of higher-level business discourse, and develops student awareness of the contemporary issues that are essential to successful professional development.

UNIT THREE: ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT OF RESOURCES
Learning Aim

The aim of this unit is to develop knowledge and understanding of the key principles involved in managing organisational resources and to provide an appreciation of the tools and techniques associated with managing finance, projects and facilities.

UNIT FOUR: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND PRACTICE
Learning Aim:

The aim of this unit is to develop knowledge and understanding of the theory and practice of managing human resources in the organization. The unit also aims to develop skills that will enable managers to help individuals set and achieve realistic goals and objectives and improve bottom line organizational performance.

Assessment
Each of the units will be assessed by a 3 hour closed book examination. The paper will comprise of a choice of 4 questions from 8, designed to assess the depth and breadth of candidates’ knowledge of managing and developing the organization’s human resources.

UNIT FIVE: CASE STUDY OR WORK PROJECT REPORT
The Case Study Paper is an integrative examination designed to test students’ knowledge and application of that knowledge to a “real life” situation. A scenario will be provided and questions on it will be aimed at testing knowledge across the whole of the Advanced Diploma syllabus.

Alternatively the student may submit a Work Project Report.

The University of Teeside
Business Management or International Business Management
2ND YEAR or FINAL YEAR

THE AIM OF THE PROGRAMME:
To develop knowledge and understanding to analyze, evaluate and take responsibility for planning and managing resources that make an effective contribution to business performance

2nd Year in BA( Hons) Business Management or International Business Management
The graduating students of Diploma are eligible to enter directly into 2nd Year of the University of Teeside. The courses are designed to emphasize students' exploring their own interests and deepening their insights as well as having more responsibility for their own learning. During this year, they will develop a broader international perspective to the study of business. As well as studying four (4) core business modules, they are able to choose two(2) other modules from a range of business areas.

Final Year In BA( Hons) Business Management or International Business Management
The Advanced Diploma award will lead to direct admission onto The final year of BA(Hons) Business Management or International Business Management. The curriculum of this level explores more advanced topics within the areas of business and management and there is a greater emphasis upon critical thinking and their ability to plan and manage their own learning as an individual and as part of a group. Each learner will study three(3) core business modules and choose two(2) other modules from a range of business areas.

 
BSC/ND Business

REQUIREMENTS

1

All compulsory courses

2

The four courses in the pathway

3

Three other electives in Year Two.

4

The alternate Year One electives can be taken if no pathway is chosen.

BSC/ND BUSINESS

COMPULSORY COURSES

S. No.

Course Title

Year

No. of Credits

1

Business Environment

1

15

2

Managing Financial Resources and Decisions

1

15

3

Organisations and Behaviour

1

15

1

Marketing Principles

1

15

2

Aspects of Contract and Negligence for

1

15

6

Business Decision Making

2

15

7

Business Strategy

2

15

8

Research Project

2

20

Accounting Pathway

9

Management Accounting: Costing and Budgeting

1

15

10

Financial Accounting and Reporting

1

15

11

Financial Systems and Auditing

2

15

12

Taxation

2

15

Management Pathway

13

Personal and Professional Development

2

15

14

Working with and Leading People

2

15

15

Managing Business Activities to Achieve Results

1

15

16

Managing Communications, Knowledge and Information

1

15

Marketing Pathway

17

Marketing Intelligence

1

15

18

Advertising and Promotion in Business

1

15

19

Marketing Planning

2

15

20

Sales Planning and Operations

2

15

Human Resources Pathway

21

Human Resource Management

1

15

22

Managing Human Resources

1

15

23

Human Resources Development

2

15

24

Employee Relations

2

15

LAW PATHWAY

25

English Legal System

1

15

26

Business Law

2

15

27

Further Aspects of Contract and Tort

1

15

28

European Law

2

15

General Optional units

30

Internet Marketing

2

15

31

Quality Management in Business

2

15

32

Small Business Enterprise

2

15

33

Operations Management in Business

2

15

31

European Business

2

15

32

Employment Law

2

15

36

Company Law

2

15

37

Investment

2

15

38

Business Work Experience

2

15

39

Contemporary Issues in Marketing Management

2

15

40

Project Management for Business

2

15

41

Administrative Services

2

15

42

Business Psychology

2

15

43

Business Ethics

2

15

44

Corporate Environmental and Social Management

2

15

42

Employability Skills

2

15

46

Project Design, Implementation and Evaluation

2

20

47

Work-based Experience

2

15

ALTERNATE YEAR ONE COURSES

48

The Internet and E-Business

1

15

49

E-Business Operations

1

15

50

Business Events Management

1

15

 
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