BA (Hons) in Management – Year 1 L4DB

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In the first year of your Bachelor in Management degree, you will build your foundations in business, examine case studies, current events and work on practical tasks.
Diving into the principles of leadership, economics, marketing, and strategy, you will learn how to analyse, problem-solve and communicate your ideas effectively – real-world skills that you will apply all throughout your career.

BA (Hons) in Management - Year 1 L4DB

60
ECTS

BA (Hons) in Management - Year 1 L4DB
100% in
English

BA (Hons) in Management - Year 1 L4DB
Full time 
Morning classes

BA (Hons) in Management - Year 1 L4DB
Intakes
October / February

COMPONENT

COURSES

FALL SEMESTER

October – January

Credits: 7,5 ECTS
Guided Learning Hours: 36

Learning Outcomes

  1. Analyse the function of management
  2. Examine the management decision-making process
  3. Use relevant organisational behaviour theory and research to identify factors which influence how individuals behave at work
  4. Discuss techniques used to manage, lead and motivate people in organisations
  5. Understand theories of working in teams
  6. Provide recommendations on appropriate practices that can be used to manage the behaviour of people in the workplace
  7. Understand the impact of incentives and job structure on individual performance

Credits: 7,5 ECTS
Guided Learning Hours: 36

Learning Outcomes

  1. Produce written assignments which are appropriately referenced and formatted with effective presentation of qualitative data environment through the development of the business proposal
  2. Demonstrate an understanding of the links between theoretical issues and the application and the practicalities of the business
  3. Demonstrate effective presentational skills
  4. Take part in and lead business meetings
  5. Use non-verbal skills and listen effectively

Credits: 7,5 ECTS
Guided Learning Hours: 36

Learning Outcomes

  1. Apply the basic tools of micro economics and the theories of demand and supply
  2. Demonstrate knowledge of basic economic models and the measurement of concepts used in the analysis of market structures and pricing strategies in firms and industries
  3. Examine monetary policy and its effect on an economy
  4. Demonstrate ability to use basic economic models to analyze market structures, and the key components of macroeconomics

Credits: 7,5 ECTS
Guided Learning Hours: 36

Learning Outcomes

  1. Solve problems using a variety of mathematical and statistical techniques and concepts
  2. Describe and organize data and use it for forecasting. Apply the laws of probability to a range of scenarios

SPRING SEMESTER

February – June

Credits: 7,5 ECTS
Guided Learning Hours: 36

Learning Outcomes

  1. Analyse the use of accounting in organizations and its contribution to performance management
  2. Prepare statements of business performance
  3. Apply and interpret those statements
  4. Use costing information to enhance financial control and decision making
  5. Identify potential sources of finance and assess suitability for business purposes

Credits: 7,5 ECTS
Guided Learning Hours: 36

Learning Outcomes

  1. Evaluate various types of organizations and their structure
  2. Examine the process of organizational change
  3. Assess the use of communication in organizations
  4. Examine how organizational performance is monitored
  5. Evaluate the use of IT systems on the performance and structure of an organisation

Credits: 7,5 ECTS
Guided Learning Hours: 36

Learning Outcomes

  1. Analyse eCommerce business models
  2. Analyse and plan eCommerce B2B and B2C
  3. Evaluate the different forms of online marketplace and their use
  4. Examine the security risks which eCommerce users face and the strategies deployed against these threats
  5. Understand how to plan and implement eCommerce strategies

Credits: 7,5 ECTS
Guided Learning Hours: 36

Learning Outcomes

  1.  Identify the differing nature of customer needs and wants within a chosen marketing environment
  2. Recognize the role of the segmentation, targeting and positioning process in adding value for the consumer and the importance of added value for competitive advantage.
  3. Understand the marketing of products and services
  4. Develop a marketing mix that reflects an appropriate positioning strategy for an organization of their choice
  5. understand the relationship between sales and marketing
  6. Understand and apply marketing communication

AFTER YOUR

FIRST YEAR

BA (Hons) in Management - Year 1 L4DB

BA (Hons) in Management - Year 1 L4DB

BA (Hons) in Management - Year 1 L4DB

AWARDING BODY

Level 4 and Level 5 Diplomas will be awarded by ESEI, with the recognition, via NCC Education , of Ofqual, which is an independent educational authority authorized to act on behalf of the UK Government.  Our level 4 and level 5 qualifications are also fully recognized and authorized by the Catalan department of education. This ensures that students, parents, teachers and employers worldwide can be confident that qualifications and assessments meet rigorous quality standards. The third year of the course (level 6) is delivered by NCC Education (UK) for students who have completed level 4 and 5 ESEI diplomas, students will receive a valid UK degree in Management (180 ECTS) by the University of Anglia Ruskin and a private BA (Hons) in Business Administration by ESEI International Business School Barcelona. Students will receive a valid UK degree, which is recognized and accepted by employers and institutions around the world.​

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