Business Management with Law BSc (Hons) (N1M1)

 

  


University of Bedfordshire



Business Management with Law BSc (Hons)


Requirements / Wymagania

PRZEDMIOT  POZIOM PODSTAWOWY POZIOM ROZSZERZONY
Matematyka  minimum 50%  -
Ogólna średnia 60% ze wszystkich przedmiotów na maturze (ustne, pisemne, poziom podstawowy i rozszerzony) minimum 60% minimum 60%
J. angielski minimum 60% ustny i pisemny -
Certyfikat językowy IELTS opcjonalnie jeśli nie spełnisz powyższych wymagań z matury - średnia 5.5 z minimum 5.5 w każdej części -
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About the course

With an ever increasing regulatory framework in which business managers must operate within the confines of the law the opportunity for business managers to develop their knowledge in business law opens the door to a host of careers and sets a graduate with a Business Management and Law degree apart from graduates with a simple business management degree. The commercial area of law in particular is very important to business management students who are drawn to the dynamic environment and high earning potentials offered by careers in the business/law intersection.

The course will combine a study of the core foundations of business including marketing, accounting, business communications and management as well as human resource management, entrepreneurship and leadership as well as fundamentals of business law such as Contract Law, the Law of Tort and Intellectual Property Rights. Later in your studies with the dissertation you may wish to explore topics that straddle both disciplines such as social media and intellectual property rights, human resource management and contract law or other topics of preference.

As a member of the Business Management course you can participate in our award-winning programme of extra-curricular activities such as the yearly competition and get exposure to exciting arenas of activity and development such as the sustainable business Management interest group. You will also benefit from an innovative and exciting approach to teaching, developed by a committed team of teaching staff, many of whom come from a professional background in Business Management and Law.

Whatever career path you chose, a BSc (Hons) Business Management with Law degree will equip you with the transferrable skills necessary to establish a successful career including professional skills, problem solving skills, client care, teamwork and professional ethics. All within the context of an intellectually challenging and stimulating academic subject which is informed by up to date research into key areas of Business Management and Law.


Why choose this course?

You should study this course because it provides the practical skills and conceptual understanding required for managing in organisations and the legal awareness to navigate some of the business law issues relevant to business. The degree provides a broad understanding of management and law under diverse operating conditions and builds for you a contextual and conceptual foundation to manage organizations undergoing dramatic change while operating within legal constraints. All the basic functional areas that are deemed to comprise the business discipline Marketing, Operations, Accounting, HRM, Business Strategy, Economics, and other Contemporary Issues are complemented with the most relevant areas of business law such as contract law, tort law, and company law in the context of rapid contemporary change.

The legal aspects of commercial life are always attractive to management students who are drawn to the dynamic environment and high earning potential offered by careers in the sector. A management with law degree will give the graduate an insight into key legal skills required in a commercial environment.


Unit Information – What Will I Learn?

  • Contract Law (LAW007-1) Compulsory
  • Financial Accounting For Business (AAF002-1) Compulsory
  • Foundations Of Business Communication (BBS003-1) Compulsory
  • Foundations Of Business Management (BBS013-1) Compulsory
  • Principles Of Marketing (MAR001-1) Compulsory
  • Business Research Methods (BSS019-2) Compulsory
  • Economics Of International Business Management (AAF024-2) Compulsory
  • Human Resource Management And Psychology (SHR018-2) Compulsory
  • Law Of Tort (LAW002-2) Compulsory
  • Marketing Planning (MAR002-2) Optional
  • Sustainable Business Management (BSS017-2) Optional
  • Company Law (LAW009-3) Compulsory
  • Digital Business Management (BSS041-3) Compulsory
  • Intellectual Property Law (LAW015-3) Compulsory
  • Management And Administration Of Operations (BSS042-3) Compulsory
  • Specialist Project (Business Management) (BSS045-3) Compulsory
  • Strategy And Change Management (BSS013-3) Compulsory


How will I be assessed?

The course uses a range of assessment types and methods, as appropriate, to ensure the validity and fairness of assessment. Formative assessment is used to provide feedback to you and support your progress while diagnostic assessment is used to assess students current knowledge or skills. Summative assessment for most units includes a combination of coursework, presentations, tests, or examination.

Most units include elements of individual and group work to reflect the type of work undertaken in business and management. Assessment focuses on tasks that develop vocational skills, underpinned by subject knowledge, requiring higher levels of cognition in the later years of the course.

Assessment takes a variety of forms, including essays and reports, portfolios, individual and group presentations (individually assessed), research proposals and exams.

All coursework has an assignment specification, with grading criteria, which is issued to you, normally at the beginning of the year, but at least 3 weeks prior to the deadline. All marked work is returned to you following the university guidelines, with written feedback, including advice on how to improve your work next time.

All coursework submitted is subject to university procedures for the detection of plagiarism. Annual monitoring of the outcomes of assessment for each unit is completed, providing the opportunity for reflection on the assessment methods and weightings.

In some cases viva voce may be held. Although there are similarities in process, vivas differ from oral presentations in that students are required to respond to unknown questions around a specified topic.

The Assessment map that follows at the end of the section explains the course assessment structure in more detail.


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