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University-Level Prospectus | FOUNDATION DEGREES FdA BUSINESS AWARDING BODY: UNIVERSITY OF PLYMOUTH


PETROC: HEB018 UCAS: N101 PETROC: HET001 UCAS: N101


2 YEARS, FULL-TIME | 2 OR 3 YEARS, PART-TIME


Be confident and capable of tackling any business challenge with an array of management skills at your fingertips. This foundation degree enables those in full- time or part-time employment to achieve a business degree through flexible study. It is designed for those who would like to improve their current skills through degree- level study and aims to meet the employment needs of local businesses.


A distinctive course feature is the fact that a number of the module assessments relate directly to the career paths of the learners and give you the opportunity to apply a number of business related disciplines such as HRM, finance and marketing to real business case studies and situations. The course is delivered by staff with significant industry experience and you will study a wide range of modules, including Economics, Organisational Behaviour, Corporate Strategy and Enterprise.


The method of assessment varies between modules and your lecturers will advise you of the method(s) to be used. This reflects the need to develop a range of different knowledge, understanding and skills.


PROGRESSION


Upon successful completion, students may be able to progress to the BA (Hons) Business (top-up), BA (Hons) Human Resource Management (top-up), BSc (Hons) Management Practice (top-up), BA (Hons) International Trade & Operations Management (top-up) at the University of Plymouth, or the BA (Hons) Professional Development (Business and Management) at Petroc. Please note that there is a deadline for progression applications and places may be subject to availability. Students can also progress to careers in administration, management, finance, marketing and HR. Business graduates are very employable with over 90% entering full-time employment within six months of graduation.


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FdA BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT


AWARDING BODY: UNIVERSITY OF PLYMOUTH 2 YEARS, FULL-TIME | 3 YEARS, PART-TIME


PETROC: HEB016 UCAS: N102


Are you a manager or aspiring to fill a managerial position? If the answer is yes, then this course is for you.


You will develop core management skills and learn how to apply them effectively in an organisational context. The flexibility of the course makes it ideal for those wanting to study alongside work.


Throughout the course you will study a wide range of modules, including Human Resource Management, Marketing Fundamentals, Organisational Behaviour, Business Accounting, and The Principles of Project Management.


The method of assessment varies between modules, but you can expect it to include coursework, essay questions, group reports, small group assessed discussions and formal examinations.


. PROGRESSION


Upon successful completion, students may be able to progress to the BA (Hons) Business (top-up), BA (Hons) Human Resource Management (top-up), BSc (Hons) Management Practice at the University of Plymouth, or the BA (Hons) Professional Development (Business and Management) at Petroc. Please note that there is a deadline for progression applications and places may be subject to availability.


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