Bath Spa University Business Management
- Specialist pathways in Marketing, Enterprise, Accounting, and International Business.
- Equips you with commercial acumen, knowledge, business and professional skills necessary to succeed.
- Prepares you to flourish in senior roles in the global business environment.
Gain a career-enhancing postgraduate management qualification through Bath Business School. This course is for individuals looking for a credible postgraduate Business and Management qualification.
Prior work experience and a first degree in Business and Management are not essential; we explore fundamental principles of business and management with a focus on your employability.
What you’ll learn
At an advanced level, you’ll study of a range of organisations and the rapidly changing environments in which they operate both nationally and internationally.
Expect to enhance your academic research skills and practical management skills. You’ll need these in order to manage human resources, use complex organisational systems and face the challenging issues affecting business in a rigorous, pragmatic and effective manner.
How will I be assessed?
We use a range of assessment tasks, including essays, reports, exams and presentations. You’ll work independently and as part of a team, including for assessments.
How will I be taught?
While independent study is key at Master’s level, Bath Spa University is a leading, teaching-focussed University, so we support you throughout your degree. You’ll learn through lectures, seminars, practical workshops, assessments, guided study and individual and group tutorials with your lecturers.
We make significant use of real-life case studies and examples, enlivening, enriching and contextualising your learning, and bring in external industry speakers wherever possible.
Where appropriate, we’ll organise field trips to enrich your learning.
Work placements, industry links and internships
We use simulated work experience strategies that require you to operate as if in a real-world work environment. The curriculum is enriched by links with industry. For instance, assessments may be formed around live briefs provided by local, national or international organisations, who will work collaboratively with you to develop solutions to existing business problems or needs.