BA(Hons) Leadership and Management (top up)

Bachelor's degree

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Description

  • Type

    Bachelor's degree

  • Methodology

    Online

  • Start date

    Different dates available

Description

This course is a full cost course which means that unfortunately there are no reductions in tuition fees if you are unemployed or in receipt of benefits.

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Subjects

  • IT Management
  • Management
  • Leadership
  • Skills and Training
  • International
  • English

Course programme

Summary: This one year top up from a Foundation degree will develop leadership & management skills and knowledge in a realistic work related context.








Course description: The overarching goal of this programme is to provide students with a programme of learning opportunities which will develop their leadership and management knowledge and skills in the workplace.
Methods of Teaching and Learning
This programme is delivered using lectures, seminars, workshops (including for the dissertation project), online learning materials, assignments, workplace material and work experience.
Modules

Leadership and management

Professional Studies

Building skills in others

Dissertation project
Normally the programme will take place on a Wednesday evening (5-9 pm), with some Saturday workshops (for example for Research Techniques).









Entry requirements: Applicants will normally have 240 credits from a Foundation degree (or equivalent e.g. 240 credit HND in a Business Management area) with appropriate knowledge and skills relevant to the programme and relevant work experience (to be determined by UEA guidelines at interview stage).
Those applying from outside City College Norwich (UEA) will be asked to complete our Accredited Prior Learning (APL) process before a final acceptance on the degree can be agreed.
Applications from students whose first language is not English are welcome. We require evidence of proficiency in English (including writing, speaking, listening and reading), the required minimum is:

IELTS (SELT): 6.0 overall (minimum 5.5 in all components)

Or GCSE English A*-C

Or equivalent qualification. Please contact the Advice Shop for advice and guidance 
International candidates are also actively encouraged to access the International Students webpage. 









Learning outcome: The course develops the student’s own work based leadership and management capabilities in areas which improve personal and organisational (public, private, not-for-profit, large, small, national) efficiency and effectiveness. In addition, it will build leadership and management knowledge and skills through reflection and training of others in the work place.









Assessment: This course will enable you to study the programme content, develop and apply your learning in the context of your own working environment.
Skills for work and academic study are integrated through work-based projects, assignments, a reflective log and portfolio. All formal assessment activities are based on the reality of your workplace and employers have contributed to the development of the activities in the course.
There will also be exams which will be fully supported by learning materials.









Academic progression: Successful completion of this course will enable students to progress to postgraduate study, for instance the Diploma in Management Studies or Masters level programmes at UEA or elsewhere.









Career progression: The programme is designed to offer career progression to managers and leaders in the work place. It offers enhancement of lifelong learning skills as well as possible endorsement through further professional accreditation.









Course fee per year: £7 500.00








Costs: Please see our Higher Education funding page for details of support available.
For international students, please contact our International Student Adviser  in the first instance. We also recommend you take a look at our International Students webpage.

Additional information

Attendance type: CampusVenue: St AndrewsAttendance pattern: DaytimeCourse code: F0032UCAS course code: N201Education level: Higher educationStudy mode: Full timeHow to apply: UCASSector subject area: Business ManagementDuration: One year full time

BA(Hons) Leadership and Management (top up)

Price on request