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Leeds City College

Leadership and Management (Engineering) (Top Up)

UCAS Code: L2M5

Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons)

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Course option

1year

Full-time | 2019

Other options

1.5 year | Part-time evening | 2019

The BA (Hons) top-up degree has a range of core modules relating to leadership and management. This will provide a progression route for students on the FD Leadership and Management programmes (including pathways) and also provide progression opportunities for graduates of other business related foundation degrees and Higher National Diplomas.

Modules

Modules may include:

Research Methods: You will develop research and evaluative skills and knowledge.
Dissertation: You will produce independent research
Marketing Management and Strategy: You will acquire the skills needed to undertake a marketing audit for a selected organisation in order to develop a strategic marketing plan including use of the integrated marketing mix.
Strategic Leadership and Enterprise: You will develop an understanding of strategic leadership in relation to the implementation of strategy within an organisation.
Contemporary Human Resource Management: You will focus on human resource management and be provided with an insight into contemporary employment practices within commercial organisations and develop essential skills in securing and retaining employees.
Global Operations and Contexts: You will develop your understanding of the global context in relation to the management of the relevant organisation.

Assessment methods

Formative activities include, group discussions, direct and indirect questioning, simulated practice, analytical tool practice, research tasks, and role plays, for instance. Summative assessments have been designed to reflect employability skills and occupationally-related tasks. Assessment methods adopted on the programme include individual, group and poster presentations, case studies, reports, business plans, audits, class-based assessments, portfolios and reflective statements.

Tuition fees

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Channel Islands
£7,250
per year
England
£7,250
per year
EU
£7,250
per year
Northern Ireland
£7,250
per year
Scotland
£7,250
per year
Wales
£7,250
per year

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