UCAS Code: See table below
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Today's business is increasingly multidisciplinary in nature. There are enormous advantages in combining knowledge of modern business with science, engineering or law.
The Business School delivers various programmes in partnerships with other departments of the University. One third of your degree will be in business management.
Knowledge of business is the key to a wide variety of careers. You'll gain a comprehensive understanding of the essential elements of business management, and the role of business in economic success.
Science and Engineering programmes with Business Management
In a world which relies on science-based industry there is clearly a need for graduates with the knowledge and skills of the professional scientist combined with a good understanding of the nature and organisation of the business world.
The programme gives you a firm grounding in business strategy, marketing and business development, organisation and management systems, finance and accounting, and essential aspects of entrepreneurship and enterprise.
The following programmes are currently available:
LLB Bachelor of Laws: Law with Business Management
||BSc/MSci Mathematics with Business Management
||BSc/MSci Chemistry with Business Management
||BSc/MSci Physics with Business Management
||BEng/MEng Civil Engineering with Business Management
||BEng/MEng Material Science & Engineering with Business Management
||BEng/MEng Computer Science with Business Management
||BEng/MEng Chemical Engineering with Business Mgt
||BEng/MEng Electronic Engineering with Business Mgt
||BEng/MEng Computer Interactive Systems with Business Mgt
||BEng/MEng Computer Systems Engineering with Business Mgt
||BEng/MEng Communications Systems Engineering with Business Mgt
||BA Modern Languages with Business Management
||BSc Business and American Studies
(UCAS code MN11)
There are many close connections between the law and modern business enterprise. Lawyers acting for commercial clients can benefit from an understanding of organisations, their management and the way they structure their activities. People in business can benefit from a sound knowledge of the law, particularly those branches which affect industry and commerce.
This popular programme gives you a thorough grounding in the law and the disciplines and constraints it imposes on business practice. You will study alongside students in our BSc Business Management programme.
The course gives you a firm grounding in industrial economics, marketing, development, organisation and management systems, finance and accounting, and you will be able to choose from a selection of specialist areas including human resource management, change and quality management and brand management, and entrepreneurship and enterprise.