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Loughborough University

Information Management and Business BSc (Hons)

4.8 excellent 6 opinions
Loughborough University
In Loughborough

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Typology Master
Location Loughborough
Start 15/09/2019
  • Master
  • Loughborough
  • Start:
    15/09/2019
Description

Overview
Business has been transformed by the emergence of big data, social media, cloud and mobile-based technology and created exciting new employment prospects.
Information Management and Business BSc (Hons) degree is a broad, flexible course which gives you the core business and management skills to be a successful manager, combined with the knowledge and understanding of how businesses can exploit new digital innovations from a non-technical management perspective.
The wide variety of optional modules, including a final year project option, allows you to tailor our BSc Information Management and Business degree to the areas of business you are most interested in. This flexibility will assist you in developing a wide range of core business skills that will enhance your employability helping you stand out in the increasingly competitive graduate job market.

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Where and when
Starts Location
15 Sep 2019
Loughborough
Loughborough University, LE11 3TU, Leicestershire, England
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Starts 15 Sep 2019
Location
Loughborough
Loughborough University, LE11 3TU, Leicestershire, England
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Opinions

4.8
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Course rating
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4.9
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Reviews on this course

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Student
5.0 06/01/2019
What I would highlight: I am really pleased to be a part of this university. You live in the Loughborough bubble and forget about the outside world.
What could be improved: -
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)
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Annonymous
5.0 09/11/2018
What I would highlight: No doubt the union represents a good class, they arrange events three nights a week which comes every time something new. They always support the students and recently the wifi has been updated for the outside area and that is providing great service.
What could be improved: -
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)
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Student
5.0 02/11/2018
What I would highlight: The Loughborough is the best university and most preferred by students but the service of the Wi-fi connection is very pure at the campus.
What could be improved: -
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)
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Annonymous
5.0 15/09/2018
What I would highlight: I found the university brilliant. Library, sports ,free campus shuttles and such many more facilities are provided. Though one cannot rely on the campus shutttles.
What could be improved: -
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)
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Student
5.0 26/07/2018
What I would highlight: St Andrews is an amazing place with fantastic education and a great community.
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)
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Annonymous
4.0 12/06/2018
What I would highlight: The university has a large, comprehensive campus with great range of options to study and support made available from staff.
What could be improved: -
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)
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2019
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What you'll learn on the course

IELTS
Strategic Management
Business Modelling
Management
Decision Making
Best Practice
Leadership
Information Systems
IT
Information Architecture
Microeconomics
Teaching
Marketing
Sales
International Marketing
Brand Management
Perspective
International
Financial
University
Project
systems
Technology
Industry
Data Management
Financial Training
IT Management
Organisational Behaviour
Sales Training
Marketing Mix

Course programme

What you'll study

Excited to learn more? For a taster of what you can expect to study on our Information Management and Business BSc (Hons) degree, take a sneak preview of some of the modules you may have the opportunity to study below.

The information below reflects the currently intended course structure and module details. Updates may be made on an annual basis and revised details will be published through Programme Specifications ahead of each academic year. Please see Terms and Conditions of Study for more information.

  • Year 1
  • Year 2
  • Final year

Year 1

Areas studied include organisational behaviour, skills for study and employment, financial framework, quantitative methods, information management, marketing, microeconomics, business modelling, intelligent organisations and agile data management.

You are required to study 120 credits in year one. All the modules in year one are compulsory.

Semester 1 & 2

Skills for Study, Placement and Employment Core

Skills for Study, Placement and Employment

Semester 1

Financial Framework Core

Financial Framework

Information Management in Society Core

Information Management in Society

Organisational Behaviour Core

Organisational Behaviour

This module aims to prepare students with a sound foundation of behavioural and organisational concepts and to develop a sensitive awareness and clear understanding of how people work individually, in groups and within organisations.

Quantitative Methods for Business Core

Quantitative Methods for Business

Principles of Marketing Optional

Principles of Marketing

Semester 2

Agile Data Management Core

Agile Data Management

Business Modelling Core

Business Modelling

Intelligent Organisations Core

Intelligent Organisations

Microeconomics for Managers Core

Microeconomics for Managers

The Marketing Mix Core

The Marketing Mix

The Marketing Mix – Year 2 module Listed in English with Business Studies and Drama with Business Studies
This module aims to examine the nature of the marketing mix and the contribution of each of the marketing mix elements to an effective marketing strategy.

Year 2

Areas studied include business information management, human resources, decision making analysis, data systems, accounting, brand management, digital resilience and information systems development.

You are required to study 120 credits in year two, including 40 credits optional modules. Some pre-requisites and restrictions may apply.

Semester 1

Business Information Management Core

Business Information Management

Decision Making Analysis Core

Decision Making Analysis

Human Resource Management Core

Human Resource Management

Financial Management Optional

Financial Management

International Business Optional

International Business

Organisation Studies Optional

Organisation Studies

The aims of this module are: to develop a social scientific understanding of organisational theories, themes, concepts and practices; to encourage a challenging, questioning perspective on organisational behaviour, research and ideas.

Sales Management Optional

Sales Management

The aim of this module is to introduce students to the principles and techniques of personal selling and sales management in industrial and consumer marketing.

Systems Thinking Optional

Systems Thinking

Semester 2

Accounting for Management Decisions Core

Accounting for Management Decisions

Brand Management Core

Brand Management

Digital Resilience Core

Digital Resilience

Information Systems Development Core

Information Systems Development

Consumer Behaviour Optional

Consumer Behaviour

Data Analysis for Management Optional

Data Analysis for Management

Financial Markets and Derivatives Fundamentals Optional

Financial Markets and Derivatives Fundamentals

International Management Optional

International Management

The Contemporary Business Environment Optional

The Contemporary Business Environment

University Wide Languages Programme Optional

University Wide Languages Programme

Vocational Psychology Optional

Vocational Psychology

The aims of this module are to: enable students to increase their readiness for working life; enable students to increase the value they obtain from their work placement year; give students tools with which to understand and implement their career preferences, and help others do so.

Final year

Areas studied include strategic management, information management, technology and managing big data.

You are required to study 120 credits in the final year, including 70 credits optional modules. Some pre-requisites and restrictions may apply.

Semester 1

Managing Big Data Core

Managing Big Data

Technology in Business and Society Core

Technology in Business and Society

Advanced Interpersonal Skills Optional

Advanced Interpersonal Skills

Analytics for Management Optional

Analytics for Management

Business Programming Optional

Business Programming

Corporate Reconstruction and Turnaround Optional

Corporate Reconstruction and Turnaround

Information and Knowledge Management Optional

Information and Knowledge Management

Information Architecture Optional

Information Architecture

International Corporate Governance and Firms Optional

International Corporate Governance and Firms

International Marketing Optional

International Marketing

The aims of this module are to provide an understanding of the key concepts and core issues in international marketing, and develop decision-making skills for the successful formulation, implementation and control of international marketing programmes.

Small Business Issues Optional

Small Business Issues

Social Informatics Optional

Social Informatics

Semester 2

Strategic Information Management Core

Strategic Information Management

Strategic Management Core

Strategic Management

Analysing Careers Optional

Analysing Careers

The aims of this module are: to enhance students' ability to critically assess the validity and relevance of career theory and research in contemporary workplaces; to enable students to analyse their own careers and those of other people and consequently manage them in a better-informed way

Behavioural Finance Optional

Behavioural Finance

The aims of this module are to provide an understanding of mathematics models of behavioural foundations of financial decisions; to aid prediction of decision outcomes; to deepen and broaden students' conceptual understanding of financial decision-making.

Business and Entrepreneurialism in Post-Conflict Spaces Optional

Business and Entrepreneurialism in Post-Conflict Spaces

Business Planning for New Ventures Optional

Business Planning for New Ventures

Consulting Practice and Decision Making Optional

Consulting Practice and Decision Making

Corporate and Wholesale Banking Optional


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