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University Centre Croydon

The BA (Hons) Business and Law

UCAS Code: N1M1

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

Entry requirements


UCAS Tariff

80

A minimum of 80 UCAS points from AS/A2 level (must include at least one A2) or other equivalent advanced level course; or BTEC National Award /Certificate/ Diploma in a related subject; or a pass in a relevant Access to HE qualification; or other UK/overseas Level 3 qualifications. In addition we require a pass in English Language at GCSE at grade C or above, or an equivalent. International students would need to have an IELTS test at band 6.0 or above. Mature applicants may be considered on relevant experience without having the required tariff points.

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About this course


Course option

3.0years

Full-time | 2019

Subject

Business law

The BA (Hons) Business and Law is designed to meet the needs of individuals looking for a vocationally-orientated degree programmes which focuses on developing Business skills with legal stance and insight. The programme will enable you to enter a range of job roles within Business and Law. The focus of the programme is to provide you with a solid understanding of the Business world both nationally and on a global platform, coupled with an integral knowledge and understanding of related legal aspects.

Modules

The degree is structure into two semesters each academic year and in each semester three modules will be studied.

In year 1, you will gain a working understanding of the English Legal System with particular focus on the law of contract and tort within the business environment. The Business modules will introduce both the fundamentals of management studies and the basic concepts and skills necessary for a broad understanding of the complex environment within which businesses operate. The combination of these modules will give you a solid basis from which to build your understanding of the fundamental principles of legal and business practices.

In year 2, you will study Company Law, Employment Law and the Law of Intellectual Property giving you an in depth understanding of the legal effects and consequences that are likely to arise within a business setting and exploring the legal issues relating to conducting business in a global setting. You will also have the opportunity to study key Business theories and practice in an organisational context to enhance your entrepreneurial skills. Furthermore, you will be able to develop your knowledge of international business, primarily through modules in International Business and Globalisation and Entrepreneurship.

Tuition fees

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Channel Islands
£6,000
per year
England
£6,000
per year
EU
£6,000
per year
International
£6,995
per year
Northern Ireland
£6,000
per year
Scotland
£6,000
per year
Wales
£6,000
per year

The Uni


Course location:

University Centre Croydon

Department:

Business and Law

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