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BA(Hons) Business Administration

Overview

Available for October 2019 Entry

The BA (Hons) in Business Administration programme places emphasis on the functional, operational and strategic coordination of business activities. Throughout the course students develop an understanding of how organisational processes enable organisations to respond to external conditions in the market and the wider environment. Students gain a theoretical understanding of the nature of business and organisations, whilst developing practical skills, problem solving, risk assessment, group work and personal initiative.

This programme follows a rationale based on the principles of studying organisations as separate functions, interdependent operations and strategic entities.

It provides students with the necessary theoretical knowledge and managerial skills to be locally and internationally competitive. It promotes and emphasizes employability through modules such as “Employability and PDP” and “Personal and Professional Development for Business”. It cultivates innovative thinking through modules such as “Managerial Decision Making” and addresses contemporary issues in strategic planning, environmental scanning and operations management. Further to the traditional management route, the programme enables students to enhance their knowledge in a particular area by selecting a pathway in Finance, in HRM or in Marketing.

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Modules

Career Options

The programme covers a spread of business topics that prepares candidates for a wide range of business careers. Employability is embedded in this programme which contains several features that support working lives; an emphasis on through-life learning and personal development, reflective practice, teamwork and client skills, as well as contact with businesses through applied projects and cases.

In addition, the subject material of the programme covers multinational and global corporations, local businesses, small and medium sized enterprises and start-up. This broad relevance, when joined with the personal capacity that the programme engenders, creates capable individuals whose value is recognised by employers and who have the capability to create work, as well as to seek it successfully.

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Dr Christos Anagnostopoulos

Assistant Professor in Sport Business Management, Course Leader of MBA DL


CAnagnostopoulos@uclan.ac.uk

+357 24694063

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Dr Maria Zeniou

Assistant Professor in Educational Innovation and Research


MZeniou1@uclan.ac.uk

+357 24694024

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Dr Olga Kvasova

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF MARKETING, COURSE LEADER OF BA (HONS) ADVERTISING AND MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS


OKvasova@uclan.ac.uk

+357 24694089

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Dr Anthi Avloniti

LECTURER IN BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT AND COURSE LEADER OF BA (HONS) BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION


AAvloniti@uclan.ac.uk

+357 24694029

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Dr Ioanna Stylianou

LECTURER IN STATISTICS AND ECONOMICS, COURSE LEADER OF BA (HONS) ECONOMICS, COURSE LEADER OF BA (HONS) BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION


IStylianou@uclan.ac.uk

+357 24694090

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Dr Isabella Karasamani

LECTURER IN FINANCE & COURSE LEADER IN ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE


IKarasamani@uclan.ac.uk

+357 24694101

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Dr Irina Lokhtina

LECTURER IN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND LEADERSHIP


ILokhtina@uclan.ac.uk

+357 24694014

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