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In your second year you will create a business plan, with linked finance plans and marketing plans, building valuable transferrable skills.
Broad business curriculum
You will study a broad business curriculum, gaining an understanding of business theory and practice followed by developing specialisms in your area of interest.
Students are encouraged to choose to link up with Brighter Cornwall to network and build their CV by undertaking business placements.
What will i learn?
You will study a range of business topics, critical to the modern day manager or business owner/entrepreneur, and will benefit from the opportunity to gain a broad understanding of business theory and practice. Focusing on developing your understanding of the contemporary issues facing businesses locally and across the globe, you will use case studies and policy changes to apply your learning to real world practice.
- The Business Environment
- Human Resource Management
- Economics and Business Decision Making
- Business Law
- Statistics for Business
- Analysis, Research and Business Skills
- Principles of Marketing
- Operations Management
- Business Finance
- Leadership and Management in Business
- Business Enterprise
- Research Project
Where will it take me?
Most students go on to complete an honours degree in Business, either at Plymouth or further afield, while those who do not choose to go on to further study have entered employment in a range of management positions and graduate traineeships.
You will need at least 48 UCAS points to gain entry to this course, including a minimum equivalency of one A Level, in addition to GCSE English and Maths at Grade C/4 or above.
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The course is taught by a blend of face to face lectures, seminars, group work and tutorials; supported by a comprehensive range of online materials and resources, both within Truro College and through Plymouth University’s online library.
UCAS COURSE CODE: N200
DURATION: 2 years full time / Part-time route available
LOCATION: Truro & Penwith College
AWARDING BODY: Univeristy of Plymouth