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Management BA (Hons)
Management BA (Hons)

Management BA (Hons)

  • ID:RGU440196
  • Level:4-Year Bachelor's Degree
  • Duration:
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  • Type:Full-time

Fees (GBP)

  • TuitionFee/Year:£15,000.00
  • LivingFee/Year:£15,000.00
  • InsuranceFee/Year:£624.00
  • TuitionFee/Year:£15,000.00
  • LivingFee/Year:£15,000.00
  • InsuranceFee/Year:£624.00
Estimated Total/program:
£122,496.00
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Admission Requirements

Entry requirements

ENTRY TO YEAR 1

  • SQA Higher: ABBB

  • GCE A Level: BBC

  • Irish Leaving Certificate: H2H2H2H3

  • IB Diploma: 29

ENTRY TO YEAR 2

  • SQA Advanced Higher: BBC

  • GCE A Level: ABB

  • IB Diploma: 31

English requirements

  • Applicants whose first language is not English should have an IELTS of 6.0 overall, with no component lower than 5.5, or an equivalent.

Course Information

The BA (Hons) Management course from Robert Gordon University will give you a thorough understanding of the nature and context of business, the principal management functions within a business and the skills required for effective management in organisations.

This course is part of the popular management programme and has been designed to enable you to operate successfully in the increasingly complex and demanding business environment.  Within the penultimate years of the course, you will be able to tailor your study to your own interests and career aspirations and have the opportunity to participate in short term management and enterprise projects. This provides you with the opportunity to explore the skills and expertise you most want to develop for your future.

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Stage 1, Semester 1,

  •   BS1007,   Business Perspectives, ,

  •   BS1201,   The Financial Environment, ,

  •   CB1225,   Marketing, ,

Stage 1, Semester 2, ,

  •   BS1109,   Introductory Economics, , ,

  •   BS1204,   People Management, , ,

  •   BS1208,   Introduction To Management Accounting, , ,

  •   BS1281,   International Management, , ,

Stage 2, Semester 1,

  •   BS2103,   Work and Organisational Behaviour, , ,

  •   BS2108,   Operations Management, , ,

  •   BS2268,   Personal and Business Finance, , ,

  •   BS2293,   Business Ideas And Opportunities, , ,

  •   CB2109,   Integrated Marketing Communications, , ,

  •   BS2149,   Study Abroad 1, , ,

  •   BS2150,   Study Abroad 2, , ,

  •   BS2151,   Study Abroad 3, , ,

  •   BS2152,   Study Abroad 4, , ,

Stage 2, Semester 2, , ,

  •   BS2211,   Business Economics, , , ,

  •   BS2258,   Business Law, , , ,

  •   BS3359,   Managing In Changing Organisations, , , ,

  •   BS3916,   Managing Projects, , , ,

  •   CB1288,   Digital Media Platforms And Practices, , , ,

  •   CB2116,   Consumer Behaviour, , , ,

  •   BS2149,   Study Abroad 1, , , ,

  •   BS2150,   Study Abroad 2, , , ,

  •   BS2151,   Study Abroad 3, , , ,

  •   BS2152,   Study Abroad 4, , , ,

Stage 3, Semester 1

  •   BS3170,   Study Abroad 6

  •   BS3208,   Experience in the Business Environment

  •   BS3213,   Placement - One Semester

  •   BS3242,   Evidencing Employability (One Semester)

  •   BS3301,   Placement

  •   BS3341,   Study Abroad 5

  •   BS3343,   Study Abroad 7

  •   BS3344,   Study Abroad 8

  •   BS3961,   Health and Safety Management Fundamentals

  •   BS3963,   Evidencing Employability

  •   BS3972,   Enterprise And Employability

  •   BS3973,   Enterprise In Action

  •   BS4104,   Business Strategy

  •   BS4209,   Corporate Ethics

  •   BS4329,   Business and Innovation

  •   BS3033,   People, Policy and Practice,

  •   BS3195,   Corporate Governance,

  •   BS3961,   Health and Safety Management Fundamentals,

  •   BS4168,   Employment Law for Managers,

  •   BS4256,   Labour Market Economics,

  •   CB3921,   Public Relations Strategy and Specialisms,

  •   CB4444,   Appraisal Of Current Market Research,

  •   BS2268,   Personal and Business Finance,

  •   BS3033,   People, Policy and Practice,

  •   BS3195,   Corporate Governance,

  •   BS3961,   Health and Safety Management Fundamentals,

  •   BS4168,   Employment Law for Managers,

  •   CB3921,   Public Relations Strategy and Specialisms,

  •   CB4444,   Appraisal Of Current Market Research,

Stage 3, Semester 2, ,

  •   BS2011,   Business Analytics, ,

  •   BS3034,   Management Consultancy Project, ,

  •   BS3112,   Literature Project, ,

  •   BS3201,   New Business Project, ,

  •   BS3208,   Experience in the Business Environment, ,

  •   BS3213,   Placement - One Semester, ,

  •   BS3242,   Evidencing Employability (One Semester), ,

  •   BS3301,   Placement, ,

  •   BS3347,   Study Abroad 9, ,

  •   BS3348,   Study Abroad 10, ,

  •   BS3349,   Study Abroad 11, ,

  •   BS3942,   Study Abroad 12, ,

  •   BS3963,   Evidencing Employability, ,

  •   BS4191,   International Organisations, ,

  •   CB4331,   Digital Business, ,

  •   BS3034,   Management Consultancy Project, ,

  •   BS3976,   Enterprise In Action II, ,

Stage 4,   Semester 1

  •   BS4104,   Business Strategy

  •   BS4168,   Employment Law for Managers

  •   BS4209,   Corporate Ethics

  •   BS4256,   Labour Market Economics

  •   BS4289,   Research Methods: Research Proposal

  •   BS4329,   Business and Innovation

  •   CB4324,   Consumer Psychology

  •   CBM149,   International Branding

Stage 4,   Semester 2,

  •   BS4011,   Global Leadership,

  •   BS4191,   International Organisations,

  •   BS4203,   Thesis,

  •   BS4327,   HRM And OD: Theory And Practice,

  •   BS4330,   Global Business Practice,

  •   CB4331,   Digital Business,

  •   BS4011,   Global Leadership,

  •   BS4191,   International Organisations,

  •   BS4327,   HRM And OD: Theory And Practice,

  •   BS4330,   Global Business Practice,

  •   CB4331,   Digital Business,

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Career Opportunity

Career Opportunity

This broad-based course will prepare you for a managerial career in industry or the public sector. The focus you take in later years of the course can widen opportunities for more specialist managerial positions.

IS MANAGEMENT A GOOD CAREER CHOICE?

Previous BA Management graduates of Robert Gordon University have gone on to pursue the following careers:

  • Customer Service Coordinator

  • Tax Analyst

  • Accountancy

  • Management Consultant 

  • Marketing Executive/Manager

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Overseas Student Health Cover

OSHC: 624GBP/ per year

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