Undergraduate Programmes > BBS (BHBUS010)

Degree : Business Studies (BBS) College : Business
Level : Undergraduate Coordinator : Orna O'Brien

The BBS is a four-year part-time degree programme by distance learning. Students first complete DPBUS008 Diploma in Business which represents Stage 1 of the BBS (the DBS is worth 60 ECTS).
Every graduate should have/be able to:
Acquired a solid conceptual and practical understanding of business and organisational management
Developed the skills to apply the relevant business concepts and techniques to resolve multi-faceted business problems
Developed analytical, critical thinking and research skills to help facilitate life-long learning and demands for personal development and confidence building
Acquired the necessary technical, knowledge-application, communication, teambuilding skills consistent with the changing needs of modern business and organisational management
Shared a learning experience in which interactive class debate are major components
Developed the skills to communicate in a convincing, professional and informed manner, concepts, ideas, arguments, recommendations and solutions which contribute to the future development of national and global society

     Stage 2   Information
(60 Programme Credits, 0 Elective Credits)
Core   Information  
BMGT2011DManaging ChangeSemester One10
ECON2001DEconomic Policy and the Global environmentSemester One10
HRM2001DManagement Practice 1Semester One10
HRM2002DHuman Resource ManagementSemester Two10
HRM2003DManagement Practice 2Semester Two10
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ACC2001DAccounting Information for ManagersSemester Two10
BMGT2015DGlobal BusinessSemester Two10

     Stage 3   Information
(60 Programme Credits, 0 Elective Credits)
Core   Information  
BMGT3008DProject ManagementSemester One10
BMGT3021DEntrepreneurship and InnovationSemester One10
BMGT3006DBusiness StrategySemester Two10
BMGT3002DUndergraduate DissertationYear Long Module20
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FIN3005DFinancial ManagementSemester Two10
HRM3013DGlobalisation: MNCs and Employee RelationsSemester Two10

Curricular information is subject to change