The Business Management & Enterprise program is designed to prepare you to be a future entrepreneur, with the skills and knowledge to start your own business or to run departments within larger companies. The program preserves a general business outlook while developing your integrated perspective of business.
This program assists you in creating a compelling personal point of view to help you land a leading role. You will also develop your skills in venture management, team project planning and launching. Graduates of this program often go on to start their own companies, take over a family business or work as business consultants and management analysts, among other ventures.
How You Earn Your Degree
The Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Business Management & Enterprise program lasts three years, with each divided into two semesters. Each semester students complete three courses, including company visits and guest speaker sessions. Students will earn a U.K. state-recognized undergraduate degree awarded by the University of Derby. The University of Derby is a public university recognized by the U.K. government higher education authorities and the National Recognition Information Center (NARIC) and audited by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA). This program is also accredited by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI).
First Semester (30 ECTS)
Third Semester (30 ECTS)
Fifth Semester (30 ECTS)
Second Semester (30 ECTS)
Fourth Semester (30 ECTS)
Sixt Semester (30 ECTS)
Business Management & Enterprise students develop the knowledge necessary to navigate various fields, and gain an understanding of financial, strategic, management and marketing topics. They learn project management skills and also examine entrepreneurship trends; analyze both digital and social media; develop enterprise strategies; and study international business law. In addition, students will:
Self-direct in the planning and implementation of projects at a professional level.
Foster entrepreneurial skills that will enhance your employability, marketability and career choices.
Identify potential business opportunities and assess their practicalities.
Develop a holistic approach of venture creation and an understanding of its environment.