What will you study on the MBA Master of Business Administration (Distance Learning)?
This course consists of an induction, six modules and a choice between a final larger scale Project, or a Business Transformation Project supplemented by but additional modules. The whole course is delivered over two years.
This MBA is concerned about people, behaviours in the work place, marketing concepts, key financial, economical and business issues and all from a practical stance. Each area of this course uses a variety of learning tools combined into a varied and interactive style covering both core and additional resources. Your learning and understanding will derive from a number and variety of the following our 24-hour online portal (myUniHub), textbooks, study guides, online audio and video content, discussion groups, multi-media resources, case studies, individual access to tutors, webinars and online lectures (available in real time or as an archive).
At the end of your programme you will have the opportunity to follow one of two optional routes, depending on the scale of project that you wish to undertake:
- Research Methods - This module provides students with a means of developing further their skills in research. It presents the key elements and issues of research design, of processes of collecting evidence and analysing this, and of drawing conclusions.
- Business Transformation Project - The module provides students with a means of developing further the skills and knowledge gained on the MBA, by application to a specific organisational issue or problem.
- Information Management – You will gain knowledge and understanding of information technologies and systems used in organisations to manage information and decision making, critical to work place success.
- Applied Project - This module provides students with the means of further developing and integrating the skills and knowledge acquired on the MBA through application to a specific organisational issue or problem.