City College Plymouth

Economic Environment for Business

City College Plymouth
In Plymouth

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Important information

Typology HNC
Location Plymouth
  • HNC
  • Plymouth
Description

About the course

Could studying business economics part-time improve your business credentials and knowledge? This certificate is a university-level course awarded by the University of Plymouth. It will suit you if you don’t have the time to commit to studying a business degree part-time or full-time, but you do want to advance your business knowledge to a higher level. This module introduces business students to the national and international economic environment and considers a range of economic factors that have influence on decision making in business organisations. Youll learn about the impact of microeconomic and macroeconomic issues and government economic policies on the behaviour of business organisations. This course will also develop your understanding of the impact of global macroeconomic issues on national and international business organisations.

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Plymouth
Kings Road, PL1 5QG, Devon, England
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Starts On request
Location
Plymouth
Kings Road, PL1 5QG, Devon, England
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· Requirements

Entry requirements You will need to hold a full level 3 qualification or have relevant work experience.

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What you'll learn on the course

International
Global
University
Government
Part Time
International Business

Course programme

What you'll learn

The module will allow students to develop an understanding of the impact of a range of microeconomic and macroeconomic issues on the behaviour of business organisations. Students will learn be able to identify the impact of a range of government economic policies on business organisations and will gain an understanding and be able to explain the impact on national and international business organisations of global macroeconomic issues.


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