London School of Science and Technology

BA(Hons) Strategic Administrative Management

London School of Science and Technology
In Wembley

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Typology Bachelor's degree
Location Wembley
Duration 36 Months
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Wembley
  • Duration:
    36 Months
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Wembley (Middlesex)
Alperton House, Bridgewater Road, HA0 1EH

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· Requirements

The entry profile will include at least one of the following: *Advanced Diploma in Administrative Management or *Equivalent Qualification.

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What you'll learn on the course

Management

Course programme

This programme also allow to provide a framework and tools for applying the systems approach to managing systems as an integrative activity. The programme also allows candidates to consider administrative in its wider business and environmental context. It introduces candidates to some of the key concepts of higher-level business discourse.

Course Description

The BA(Hons) is a ONE/THREE year programme. London School of Science and Technology is an Accredited Centre for the Institute of Administrative Management (IAM) and is recognized to offer further tuition support for this programme for students who prefer to study in a classroom environment.

This course relates to the changing role of Business Administration and the administrative procedures and functions currently to be found within organizations.

Structure and syllabuses

YEAR 1: (The Certificate/Diploma Modules)

. Business Administration*
. Systems & Activities*
. The Individual & the Organisation*
. Effective Management
. Management Information
. Human Resources

Plus

Either a Work Project Report 1 or Case Study 1.

A candidate who succeeds in the first three modules listed above (marked *) will be awarded the Certificate in Administrative Management.

Assessment
All modules are examined. There is also an In-course Assessment (ICA) element for each Module.

YEAR 2: (The Advanced Diploma in Administrative Management)

The syllabus consists of four compulsory 'core' modules, five option' modules and a Case Study or Work Project Report. The titles of the

' core ' modules are:
Managing Contemporary Issues
Managing Financial Resources
Managing People
Managing Processes
Case Study 2 or Work Project Report

' option ' modules are:
Managing Information - Analysis & Presentation
Managing Information & Technology (*)
Managing Facilities
Managing Marketing (*)
Managing Training & Development (*)

To obtain the Advanced Diploma it is necessary to pass the In-Course Assessments (assessed Coursework's) and examinations in the four 'core' modules, and any two 'option' modules plus either the Case Study (examination only)* or the Work Project Report.

Assessment
All modules are assessed by examination and In-course Assessment (ICA).

YEAR 3: (Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Strategic Administrative Management)

A total of four modules plus a dissertation are chosen from the following:

Compulsory Modules

* Personal Effectiveness
* Strategic Management
* Administrative Management in Context
* Option Modules (one chosen from the following)
* Culture and Change Management (*)
* International Business Management (*)
* International Marketing (*)

Assessment

Each of the four modules is assessed by a three-hour examination and a Case Study paper. There is no continuous assessment.

Dissertation

The dissertation is in two parts:

* Research Methodology
* Written Dissertation

Research Methodology is assessed through the submission of an outline plan for the dissertation. Once the outline plan has been approved, a 15,000-word dissertation is completed.

Entry Requirements

The entry profile will include at least one of the following:

*Advanced Diploma in Administrative Management or
*Equivalent Qualification.

Assessment

Assessment is undertaken in a variety of ways that include assignments, practical projects, presentations, critiques and in some cases examinations depending on the type of module. All assessment is designed to both assess performance and as a learning vehicle. Industrially relevant topics are used in assessments wherever possible.

Fees:

Overseas- £3,900.00
UK / EU- £2,900.00

Additional information

Payment options: Overseas- £3,900.00 UK / EU- £2,900.00

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