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Business Management and Computing BA/BSc (Hons)

Key features of this course:

  • Extensive choice of options in Accountancy, Advertising, Business Law, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Finance, HRM, Information Systems, International Business, Leadership, Management, Marketing and PR, and in Computer Games, Mobile Apps, Web, Database, Cybersecurity, Information Systems, e-Business
  • Taught with real-world focus by tutors with experience of business, management and consultancy to have relevance for your future career, and with practical focus
  • Tutor experience including working with blue-chip clients (eg Accenture, Burger King, IBM, Tropicana, Walt Disney and American Sugars)
  • Lots of opportunity to engage with employers, take up internships, enhance your job prospects and start to build a professional network
  • Entrepreneurial Projects to impress employers or inspire you to set up your own business. Previous students have created pop-up shops, designed advertising campaigns, launched a business, raised funds for local charities, presented business plans to a major bank, created websites, mobile apps, facebook pages, computer games and robots – all as part of their course
  • Access to our Media Lab, our student led-software house, where you can undertake work for local business clients

What our students say...

“I have enjoyed being a Joint Honours student as it allowed me to study my two main interests of business management and computing. I have found it an enjoyable experience and would recommend it to anyone. It has also allowed me to get a great job as it combines my two key areas which go together hand in hand.”  

Sean Johnson
Graduate, Business Management and Computing BA/BSc (Hons)

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For more information about teaching, learning and assessment on this course, please see the single honours course pages for Business Management and Computing.

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Entry requirements

96 UCAS Tariff points and Grade C in GCSE English Language and Mathematics

The points above are the new UCAS tariff, which will be used for courses starting from September 2017. See our new UCAS tariff page for more information.


Study options

Full-time or part-time study available

Get in touch

Kate Dobson
Admissions Tutor, Business Management
01905 54 2520
k.dobson@worc.ac.uk

Viv Bell
Admissions Tutor, Computing
01905 542072
v.bell@worc.ac.uk

Admissions Office
01905 855111
admissions@worc.ac.uk

Course content

Year 1

Core modules:

Marketing & Management Perspectives
Business Viability: Financial & Economic Perspectives 
Introduction to Web & Database Development
Introduction to Application Development

 


Module options:

The Computing Professional
Digital Infrastructures
Introduction to Game Design & Development
Creative Computing


Year 2

Core modules:

Systems Analysis & Design

 


Module options:

Business Ethics
Business Research
Business Sustainability
Commercial Law
Creative Problem Solving
EU, Human Rights & the Legal Environment
Europe's Economies: Catching Up or Falling Behind?
Marketing Research
Preparing for Placement
Selling & Sales Management
Advertising: Influence & Persuasion
Business & Social Enterprise
Financial & Management Accounting
Contemporary Marketing Communications
Customer Behaviour & Decision Making
Entrepreneurship & Small Business Management
Information Systems
Leadership Principles & Practice
Legal Landscape
Macro & Micro Economics
Managing HR & Performance
Operations, Project & Risk Management
Public Relations & Campaigning
Taxation
Work-based Project
Object Oriented Design & Development
Web Applications Development
Game Design & Engineering
Mobile Applications Development
E-business
Work-based Learning
Contemporary Marketing Communications


Year 3

Core modules:

Independent Study

 


Module options:

Brand Management
Enhancing Organisations & Employability
International Business Strategy
Integrated Marketing
International Marketing
Services Marketing
Advertising Campaign
Business & Commercial Law
Business Internship
Brand Management
Business Project
Collaborative Leadership
Contemporary Advertising: Apps, Guerrillas, Viral & More
E-business
Economics for Business
Financial Management & Accounting
Intercultural Perspectives
International Banking & Finance
Innovation & Intrapreneurship
Managing Emerging Issues
Spin Doctors, Lobbyists & Other Hidden Persuaders
Strategic Accounting & Financial Management
Strategic Business Improvement
Strategic Challenges of HRM
Strategic Marketing
Work-based Project Computing Project
Professionalism in Context
Nature of Computing
Elements of Computer Science
Distributed Application Development
Advanced Web Applications Development
Advanced Game Design & Engineering
Modelling and Simulation
Mobile Application Development
Cyber-Security
E-business
Practical Database Applications
Work-based Learning


Employability

Employability

Studying Business Management will prepare you for a wide range of interesting and challenging careers in public, private and voluntary sectors, both in the UK and overseas. You will be able to select from a wide range of sectors in which to work, including accounting, advertising, banking, distribution, human resources, finance, insurance, leisure, marketing, operations management, retail and sales. You are likely to work initially as a trainee manager in a large organisation, or perhaps as a junior manager in a smaller one before moving on to more senior management positions.

A degree in Computing will open doors to a very broad range of career options. Many of our graduates go on to careers in systems analysis, website design, database design, network management, software development, security analysis, mobile apps development and IT services and support.  It may also inspire you to set up your own business or to work freelance.

How to apply

Apply through UCAS

Business Management and Computing BA/BSc (Hons) – NG2L

UCAS is the central organisation through which applications are processed for entry onto full-time undergraduate courses in Higher Education in the UK.

Read our How to apply pages for more information on applying and to find out what happens to your application.

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