Keele University Business Management

By | 19th June 2017

Keele University logoKeele University Business Management

Course type: Dual Honours

Duration and mode of study: 3 Years/ 4 years with placement, Full time/Sandwich

Location of study: Keele University campus

Subject Area: Business and Management, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

This course asks you to reflect critically on what you learn about business, to challenge received wisdom, and to think for yourself about the theories you encounter.

There’s a specialist approach to Business Management at Keele which distinguishes it from traditional business studies. It emphasizes independent thinking, and examines those places where business comes into contact with social-scientific and philosophical disciplines. You’ll explore concepts and debates in organisational behaviour, accounting, marketing, and human resource management, including decision making behaviour across the private and public sectors. You’ll learn to reflect broadly on situations and to contextually apply what you know. This dual honours programme could be very successfully combined with law, human geography, finance, politics or psychology.

Course content

Our Course Information Documents (CIDs) are designed to give you all of the details you need to make an informed decision about what and where to study.

Dual Honours Course Information Document (PDF)

Looking for a more complete list of modules? You can view the module list for 2016 entry on our Module Catalogue. Please note this is not a guaranteed module list for future intakes:

Skills and carers

What will this mean for my future?

You’ll graduate as a confident, analytical thinker – a skill very much in demand among employers. You’ll be interested in this course if you’d like to pursue a career in management or self-employment. You could choose a career in the commercial, public or charitable sectors. With or without further study, you might eventually work as a management or IT consultant, investment analyst, chartered management accountant, banker, financial advisor or statistician, or in the civil service or in marketing or sales.