Elgibility ; Diploma in Business Management (International Accounting) (SCQF, Level 8)by EDUQUAL
To succeed in business, you need more than just industry-related skills. The Master of Business Administration is a globally recognised postgraduate qualification – specifically designed for ambitious, motivated graduates.
Obtaining an MBA that’s awarded by the University of Northampton will further your career, developing critical thinking and research skills. This will enhance your business knowledge and understanding. The MBA will teach you the theory of effective management practice, and equip you with the essential skills, confidence and competence required to succeed in your chosen industry. You will learn to think laterally, challenge convention, and offer knowledge-based solutions to business issues. More importantly, NU will be able to distinguish yourself by thinking and operating in a different way to your colleagues; which is essential in today’s global business arena.
Modules in the Master in Business Management Top Up programme are the Critical Issues in Business module (10 credits) and Business Research Project module (50 credits). Module Aims: Critical Issues in Business*
The module aims to develop learning in the following ways:
To develop a critical understanding of the thematic nature of the study of organisations and the business environment.
To enable participants to critically evaluate the tasks and responsibilities of business leaders from an integration perspective; through the introduction of contemporary and pervasive issues.
Module Aims: Business Research Project*
The module aims to enable the learner in the following ways:
To facilitate the development of advanced level independent working and critical problem solving skills in a largely unstructured framework. Participants will be asked to define both the business problem and select the most appropriate data sources. This will include development of an appreciation of the case study
Professional Academy of London technique as a vehicle for understanding managerial problems and issues. In particular, participants should be able to comprehend the complimentary nature of various research approaches and methodologies and the value of triangulation in research design.
To develop participant knowledge of and proficiency with, a range of management research methodologies including quantitative and qualitative interventions, including data gathering, synthesising, analysing and consultancy skills alongside capabilities in report writing skills. The module aims not just to develop an academic writing style but to also enable participants to cultivate a professional corporate style.