Which business course is right for you?

Business is an extremely large sector, but it’s also extremely exciting and you can choose from many areas to specialise in. It’s understandable that it may be hard to decipher what path of study to take, so we’ve compiled and broken down our Business School courses to make it easier for you to determine which course is best for you.

Business, Marketing and HR

Our business courses help you to develop a wide range of cognitive and intellectual skills. You may find a specialised business course is for you and take a competency specific business course in Enterprise, Management, or Supply Chain Management for example. These courses will provide you with the opportunity to develop specialist business expertise while helping you learn key transferable skills too, all of which will help you stand out when it comes to securing employment.

If marketing is more up your street, you may want to consider our marketing focused courses that give you the practice-based skills needed to succeed in the ever-changing disciplines of marketing. A more specialised marketing approach may be what you are looking for, combining subjects like Advertising, PR, Commercial Management, Digital Communications, or Consumer Psychology.

Are you more of a people person? Our Human Resource Management (HRM) degree equips you with the tools you need to develop the high-performing workforce and innovative teams demanded by business. This course teaches you about the importance of motivating and managing people within a business, showing you the link between successful performance and the people you employ.

Accounting, Finance and Economics

Our Accounting, Finance and Economics courses provide a valuable insight into the worlds of Accountancy practice, Commerce and Finance. You may wish to choose a niche accounting course such as Accounting with Business or Islamic Finance. Or perhaps specialising in Investment or Economic Finance takes your fancy? Here you’ll be able to apply your financial skills in the investing world. Or perhaps an economics course may be a good choice for you if you are interested in the Global Economy.

Leisure Economies

If numbers aren’t your thing, why not take a look at our Leisure Economies courses? Master your hospitality skills through courses focusing on Events and Hospitality Management. Or maybe you are intrigued by management in the Sports sector. These trending courses have a strong focus on the business and management of sports and digital industries.

Keen to know more?

Interested in any of these career paths? Look at the wide range of courses we have on offer at our Business School

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