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Management Studies BTEC Professional Diploma in Management Studies Level 5

Lewisham College

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Course objectives By studying this course you will: Develop a wider strategic vision of the opportunities and constraints for organisations created by the global business environment Develop key competencies including leadership, decision making, managing across cultures, organisational transformation and innovation Handle complex organisational isues across a wide range of management disciplines Provide a stimulating and supportive learning environment which will foster personal growth and effectiveness as a manager Develop a broad understanding of the principles, concepts and practice of contemporary management Develop a critical awareness of current management theory Organisations will gain from the AIBS MBA through: Enhanced managerial skills Greater strategic vision Advanced analytical skills necessary for effective decision-making Broader international business perspective Course structure The programme consists of 180 credits in three stages as shown below. CERTIFICATE STAGE Financial Statement Analysis Organisational Behaviour Marketing Management HRM Practice DIPLOMA STAGE Business Analysis Project Strategic Management International Business Management Research Methods for Managers MASTERS STAGE Entrepreneurship and Innovation Elective/Option Dissertation Teaching and learning The classes are run in a workshop style, and various teaching methods are employed including lectures, role-playing, business games and case studies. Guest speakers and alumni may also be contribute to the programme by leading workshop sessions or presenting live case issues. Participants often work in groups to benefit from the varied background and experiences represented in a cohort. This creates an intensive learning environment in which programme members' attitudes, assumptions and values are challenged and tested. The MBA full-time programme has two intakes and two start dates in an academic year - in mid-September and late January. The mode of attendance is full-time and students are normally expected to attend class three days a week - other days are devoted for group work, case-study preparation and library work. Certain modules may be delivered as an intensive block. Assessment Each credit-rated module is assessed by an assignment, usually organisation specific or case study based. There are no formal examinations. This ensures that learning is context-specific and transfers learning to the participant's organisation. The purpose of assessment is to provide: Opportunities for reinforcing and developing learning from the programme Regular and constructive feedback to participants on their progress Grades for determining whether assessment criteria have been met

Course objectives By studying this course you will: Develop a wider strategic vision of the opportunities and constraints for organisations created by the global business environment Develop key competencies including leadership, decision making, managing across cultures, organisational transformation and innovation Handle complex organisational isues across a wide range of management...

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