|Location||United Kingdom, University of Bedfordshire|
|Type||Master courses, full-time|
|Nominal duration||1 Years|
Undergraduate diploma (or higher)
At least 2 reference(s) should be provided.
A motivation letter must be added to your application.
On completion of this course, graduates will be well placed to pursue
executive posts in public and private sectors of industry and
commerce, and in non-governmental and voluntary organisations.
During this course you will:
- Experience a course designed to help graduates who are not
business specialists gain a valuable insight into business and
- Have the opportunity to tailor your course to achieve either
breadth or specialisation in your studies
- Learn with other postgraduate students from around the world
- Have opportunities to attend high-profile business lecture events
run by the University’s business services group, the Knowledge Hub.
Areas of study you may cover on this course include:
- Business communications
- Financial analysis
- Business data analysis
- Managing people
- Digital business management
- Applied management project
- Corporate finance
- Issues in financial reporting
- Brand management and research
- International marketing
- Strategic management of information systems
- Web analytics
CAREER MANAGEMENT SKILLS
The course is aimed at providing you with advanced knowledge and
skills to facilitate your employment and subsequent career development
in management. Throughout the course we will develop your ability to
reflect on your performance, and to develop teamwork, written and oral
communication skills which are skills essential to you to develop your
CAREER/FURTHER STUDY OPPORTUNITIES
As the name suggests this course is intended to equip you with the
knowledge and skills to take up a career in the management of IT
related businesses. This could be either in the private or public
sector and you should expect it to be a career entry, or relatively
junior, post unless you already have relevant experience.
This course is primarily aimed at people wanting to move directly
into employment but if you find your studies particularly stimulating
and want to study further then there is always the possibility to
continue to Doctoral studies, i.e. a PhD.