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BA (Hons) Business Studies
BA (Hons) Accounting
Delivered in partnership with the
University College Plymouth
St Mark & ...
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University College Plymouth St Mark & St John (UCP Marjon) has
over 170 years of heritage, tradition, academic excellen...
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Why study online
Studying online gives you the opportunity to adapt YOUR time to the course and not the
other way arou...
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Duration Of Modules:
The UCP Marjon BA modules are of 6 weeks duration each. Students
take one module at a time and up...
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Studying online gives
you the opportunity
to adaptYOUR time
to the course.
Application/Registration
Students can complet...
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Introduction
The BA (Hon) Business study degrees
are suitable for individuals that want
to prepare for potential man...
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BUSC01 - BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT
This module will prepare students for an analytical and thorough
understanding of the l...
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BUSD01 - RESEARCH METHODS FOR BUSINESS
This module provides students with the opportunity to develop an
understanding...
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IFTD01 - MANAGEMENT OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS
This module serves as a comprehensive introduction into the basic
concept...
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FIND08 - PERSONAL FINANCE
In addition to helping students organise and maintain personal financial
records in an app...
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BUSH04 - CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN MANAGEMENT
This module provides students with knowledge, skills, and business awareness...
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BA (Hons) Accounting
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Complete your BA (Hons) Accounting Degree and claim up to 8
exemptions out of 15 papers required for the ACA Profession...
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ACCC01 - ACCOUNTING
Learners will gain a fundamental knowledge and understanding of the
principles and concepts relatin...
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ACCD01 - ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR
This module provides students with the knowledge, skills, business aware-
ness and co...
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ACCH01 - RESEARCH METHODS  FINAL YEAR DISSERTATION
The production of a major independent piece of study is a key elem...
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  1. 1.  BA (Hons) Business Studies BA (Hons) Accounting Delivered in partnership with the University College Plymouth St Mark & St John UCP MARJON ONLINE
  2. 2. 32 University College Plymouth St Mark & St John (UCP Marjon) has over 170 years of heritage, tradition, academic excellence and experience working in partnership with higher education institutions to offer a broad range of collaborative higher education programmes. Academically, the UCP Marjon strives for excellence. The National Student Survey results have placed UCP Marjon in the top 15% of all institutions. In the Sunday Times University Guide, it was ranked 4th for Teaching Excellence (ahead of Oxford University) and 3rd overall amongst university colleges. UCP Marjon offers a great range of courses from Foundation Degrees & Progression Courses to Honours Degrees and Postgraduate study. Amongst the oldest and most experienced teacher training providers in the South West, UCP Marjon has been successfully training teachers since 1840, receiving praise in the Ofsted inspections. UCP Marjon has excellent links with local schools and is both well known and well respected. Staff are passionate about their subjects and work hard to help students fulfill their potential and succeed in their studies. They provide plenty of contact time in a supportive and friendly environment. UCP Marjon wants to ensure that you are well prepared for employment when you graduate, so it provides all the transferable skills you need, along with practical experience in relevant employment fields. UCP Marjon supplies an excellent careers service and the most recent government statistics show that over 90% of graduates are either in employment or continuing in higher education six months after graduation. Located in the South west of England, Plymouth is perfectly situated to make the most of the countryside, moorland and coast. UCP Marjon Staff are passionate about their subjects and work hard to help students fulfill their potential and succeed in their studies.
  3. 3. 4 5 Why study online Studying online gives you the opportunity to adapt YOUR time to the course and not the other way around. Progress is made at YOUR pace and you may enjoy the flexibility study- ing online provides, in regards to where and when to study. It is completely interactive, giving you the opportunity to communicate with fellow students and your personal tutor via emails, discussion boards and chat rooms. Technology mediated learning seems all set to enhance the accessibility of modules and in fact, pursuing a degree has become much easier now with the introduction of online modules through a state of the art learning environment. Online study is far more convenient and flexible than traditional face-to-face classes. With UCP Marjon, your degree comes to you. Wherever you are, you can study for your BA. Although it is a self-study module, you will always have the support of our teaching faculty and communication with fellow students through our online learning platform. The BA degree you earn will hold the same value, acceptance and credibility as any equivalent degree earned in a traditional campus environment. There are no compulsory residential elements to our degrees – though you can, if you wish, attend our tutorials or take some modules on campus. Highlights of online learning n The prospect of earning your BA online offers a state of the art learning environment, the freedom to participate in classes whenever and wherever you choose and the opportunity to earn the highly respected degree you need to advance your career. n Your classes will take place in an online environment. You can log in at any time at your convenience. Once online, you’ll communicate with your instructors and fellow students, read assigned texts, access digital materials, post assignments and comment on other student’s assignments. While you’re required to log in at least two separate days each week, you will, of course, benefit greatly from regular and more frequent attendance. n Your online course experience will take place on an advanced learning management system designed to facilitate the optimal learning experience for students. In addition to the educational platform you’ll utilize to communicate with faculty and fellow students, you’ll also have access to e-textbooks offering you the capability to highlight, annotate, create bookmarks, search, download and self-assess. n Similar to a campus classroom, the online experience will include extensive participation and interaction with faculty and fellow students.You’ll also use the online forum to communicate with advisors, teaching assistants and instructional specialists. n Once you have successfully completed your degree, you will be eligible to participate in the traditional graduation ceremony at our campus in Plymouth. The annual ceremony takes place in the autumn. n Module sequences begin each month, so you can enroll in and begin your degree programme, immediately putting you that much closer to your graduation. n You’ll take one module at a time, each lasting 6 weeks. This advanced learning method designed for adults allows you to concentrate your entire focus on one subject area before moving onto the next, while also allowing you to earn your degree in an accelerated time frame. n The BA degree you earn will hold the same value, acceptance and credibility as any equivalent degree earned in a traditional campus environment. n An S.O.L. (supported open learning) option is available at selected and approved centres where students benefit from on-campus tutorials in addition to online learning. With UCP Marjon, your degree comes to you.Wherever you are, you can study for your BA.
  4. 4. 6 7 Duration Of Modules: The UCP Marjon BA modules are of 6 weeks duration each. Students take one module at a time and upon successful completion they can take the next. Evaluation Of Performance Continuous evaluation of student performance is undertaken throughout the offering of each module. This includes evaluation of assignments, tests and projects. CreditTransfer If you have successfully completed undergraduate modules, your studies may be able to count towards the credit requirements of the BA. If we accept the transfer of credits this will reduce the number of modules you will need to study with UCP Marjon and allow you to gain the BA in a shorter period of time. To find out more about credit transfer opportunities please email our Academic Affairs department. *The transferability of credits is subject to UCP Marjon’s transfer credit policies, and requires the submission of official transcripts. The official transcripts will be evaluated to determine the credits that will officially apply toward a degree programme. Grading System The grading policy is the following: Classification and numerical equivalent First Class 70+ Upper Second Class 60 - 69 Lower Second Class 50 - 59 Third Class 40 - 49 Academic Policies and Regulations Admission Requirements Admission requirements for the Online BA (Hons) Business Studies Programme include: Grades BCC (260 points) from GCE Advanced level studies (or equivalent) in any subjects with priority given to Business related subjects, Mathematics and Languages (General Studies and Critical Thinking do not count towards the score). Applicants should have a range of GCSEs (which must include a minimum of Grade C in GCSE Mathematics and English). Other qualifications accepted include, for example, Vocational Advanced Subsidiary and Vocational Advanced levels, Scottish Highers, Welsh Baccalaureate, Irish Leaving Certificates and the International Baccalaureate. Applications from non-standard applicants are welcomed and will be considered individually. Special entry requirements: Applicants that do not have English as their first language and/or have not received their education through the medium of English must achieve an IELTS (or equivalent) score of 6.5 and no element below 6.5 at the start of the programme or score placement at the English Placement Test which can be taken online. The University offers English modules at various levels to help students reach the required standard for admission. A good standard of spoken English and good inter personal skills are a pre-requisite for all candidates. Progression Routes Direct entry into specific levels of the Business Studies programmes is possible for those candidates who hold business related BTEC, HNC and HND qualifications and wish to‘top-up’ their certificates or diplomas to a bachelor degree, provided the learning outcomes of their BTEC award satisfy those of the equivalent levels of the BA (Hons) programme for which they seek admission. Direct Entry and other AP(E)L (approved prior and experiential learning) opportunities are considered on an individual basis. Details of such opportunities can be discussed with an Admissions Adviser.
  5. 5. 8 Studying online gives you the opportunity to adaptYOUR time to the course. Application/Registration Students can complete the Application/Admission procedure online through: www. ucpmarjononline.co.uk After the submission of the application form and the payment of the application fee, the student’s application form is processed and a decision is reached within two working days. Upon admission the student is requested to pay the initial deposit and is then given access to the VLE (Virtual Learning Environment). Applicants are requested to submit the following documents: n Completed Application Form n Copies of academic qualifications n Academic Transcript/Grade Report n Other certificates or examination results n TOEFL/GCE/GCSE/IELTS results (or English Placement Test – see Admission Requirements) n Recent photo n Curriculum Vitae The Office of Admissions will not process anyApplicationforAdmission unless all required documents, as listed above, are submitted. BA (Hons) Business Studies 9
  6. 6. 10 11 Introduction The BA (Hon) Business study degrees are suitable for individuals that want to prepare for potential managerial and business specialist positions. The courses cover the study of organisations, their management and the changing external environment in which they operate and also the preparation for and development of a career in business and management. Programs of study n Management Specialism n IT Specialism n Finance Specialism n Marketing Specialism BA (Hons) Business Studies (Management) The programme is broken down into three stages, with an award at the end of each stage. Stage 1: Certificate of Higher Education Stage 2: Diploma of Higher Education Stage 3: BA (Hons) Certificate of Higher Education in Business Studies Level 4 - 120 credits Each course carries 20 credits n BUSC01 - Business Environment n BUSC02 - Principles of Management n BUSC03 - Organisational Behaviour nBUSC04 - Managing Financial Resources and Decisions n BUSC05 - Marketing n BUSC06 - Academic, Personal and Professional Development Diploma of Higher Education in Business Studies (Management) Level 5 - 120 credits Each course carries 20 credits n BUSD01 - Rese arch Methods for Business n MGTD01 - Leadership in Organizations n MGTD02 - Small Business Entrepreneurship n MGTD03 - Human Resource Management n MGTD04 - Quantitative Methods OR n IFTD01 - Management of Information Systems n MGTD05 - Operations Management BA (Hons) Business Studies (Management) Level 6 - Additional 120 credits Each course carries 20 credits except for the Dissertation which carries 40 credits n BUSH01 - Business Ethics n BUSH02 - Strategy and Business Policy n BUSH03 - International Business n BUSH08 - Research Methods and FinalYear Dissertation Specialist Pathway Unit Students choose one of the following modules based on their Level 5 concentration n BUSH04 - Contemporary Issues in Management n BUSH05 - Contemporary Issues in Information Technology n BUSH06 - Contemporary Issues in Marketing n BUSH07 - Contemporary Issues in Finance BA (Hons) Business Studies (IT) The programme is broken down into three stages, with an award at the end of each stage. Stage 1: Certificate of Higher Education Stage 2: Diploma of Higher Education Stage 3: BA (Hons) Certificate of Higher Education in Business Studies Level 4 - 120 credits Each course carries 20 credits n BUSC01 - Business Environment n BUSC02 - Principles of Management n BUSC03 - Organisational Behaviour n BUSC04 - Managing Financial Resources and Decisions n BUSC05 - Marketing n BUSC06 - Academic, Personal and Professional Development Diploma of Higher Education in Business Studies (IT) Level 5 - 120 credits Each course carries 20 credits n BUSD01 - Research Methods for Business n IFTD01 - Management of Information Systems n IFTD02 - Systems Analysis and Design n IFTD03 - Database Management Systems n IFTD04 - Knowledge Management n IFTD05 - E-Commerce OR n IFTD06 - Introduction to Web Design OR n IFTD07 - Information Architecture BA (Hons) Business Studies (IT) Level 6 - Additional 120 credits Each course carries 20 credits except for the Dissertation which carries 40 credits n BUSH01 - Business Ethics n BUSH02 - Strategy and Business Policy n BUSH03 - International Business n BUSH08 - Research Methods and Final Year Dissertation Specialist Pathway Unit Students choose one of the following modules based on their Level 5 concentration n BUSH04 - Contemporary Issues in Management n BUSH05 - Contemporary Issues in Information Technology n BUSH06 - Contemporary Issues in Marketing n BUSH07 - Contemporary Issues in Finance BA (Hons) Business Studies (Finance) The programme is broken down into three stages, with an award at the end of each stage. Stage 1: Certificate of Higher Education Stage 2: Diploma of Higher Education Stage 3: BA (Hons) Certificate of Higher Education in Business Studies Level 4 - 120 credits Each course carries 20 credits n BUSC01 - Business Environment n BUSC02 - Principles of Management n BUSC03 - Organisational Behaviour n BUSC04 - Managing Financial Resources and Decisions n BUSC05 - Marketing n BUSC06 - Academic, Personal and Professional Development Diploma of Higher Education in Business Studies (Finance) Level 5 - 120 credits Each course carries 20 credits n BUSD01 - Research Methods for Business n FIND01 - Financial Accounting n FIND02 - Financial Reporting n FIND03 - Taxation and Business Law OR n FIND04 - Managerial Accounting n FIND05 - Corporate Finance OR n FIND06 - Financial Markets and Institutions n FIND07 - International Finance OR n FIND08 - Personal Finance BA (Hons) Business Studies (Finance) Level 6 - Additional 120 credits Each course carries 20 credits except for the Dissertation which carries 40 credits n BUSH01 - Business Ethics n BUSH02 - Strategy and Business Policy n BUSH03 - International Business n BUSH08 - Research Methods and Final Year Dissertation Specialist Pathway Unit Students choose one of the following modules based on their Level 5 concentration n BUSH04 - Contemporary Issues in Management n BUSH05 - Contemporary Issues in Information Technology n BUSH06 - Contemporary Issues in Marketing n BUSH07 - Contemporary Issues in Finance BA (Hons) Business Studies (Marketing) The programme is broken down into three stages, with an award at the end of each stage. Stage 1: Certificate of Higher Education Stage 2: Diploma of Higher Education Stage 3: BA (Hons) Certificate of Higher Education in Business Studies Level 4 - 120 credits Each course carries 20 credits n BUSC01 - Business Environment n BUSC02 - Principles of Management n BUSC03 - Organisational Behaviour n BUSC04 - Managing Financial Resources and Decisions n BUSC05 - Marketing n BUSC06 - Academic, Personal and Professional Development Diploma of Higher Education in Business Studies (Marketing) Level 5 - 120 credits Each course carries 20 credits n BUSD01 - Research Methods for Business n MKGD01 - Selling Sales Management OR n MKGD02 - Advertising n MKGD03 - Consumer Behaviour n MKGD04 - Marketing Research n MKGD05 - International Marketing n MKGD06 - Strategic Marketing BA (Hons) Business Studies (Marketing) Level 6 - Additional 120 credits Each course carries 20 credits except for the Dissertation which carries 40 credits n BUSH01 - Business Ethics n BUSH02 - Strategy and Business Policy n BUSH03 - International Business n BUSH08 - Research Methods and Final Year Dissertation Specialist Pathway Unit Students choose one of the following modules based on their Level 5 concentration n BUSH04 - Contemporary Issues in Management n BUSH05 - Contemporary Issues in Information Technology n BUSH06 - Contemporary Issues in Marketing n BUSH07 - Contemporary Issues in Finance Module sequences begin each month, so you can enroll in and begin your degree programme, immediately BA (Hons) Business Studies
  7. 7. 1312 BUSC01 - BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT This module will prepare students for an analytical and thorough understanding of the local, national and international environment in which businesses operate today. Students will gain an understanding of the organisational goals and responsibilities of different types of businesses operating in a range of sectors of the economy, while being able to critically analyse and assess the global factors that influence business activities and performance. In addition, students are taught how to apply this knowledge to make effective decisions in complex and unpredictable contexts in a way that enhances their employability. BUSC02 - PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT This module provides students with the knowledge, skills, business awareness and confidence that will enable them to succeed in the wider business world. Students will be exposed to current management theories and practices in the private, public, large to SME sectors and within voluntary and community organisations. They will also have the opportunity to improve certain intellectual, practical and transferable skills. For instance, they will be encouraged to critically evaluate management theories with respect to their real-life applications and relevance to their countries’cultures. They will be required to engage in creative thinking and develop skills to plan, organise, control, lead, and adapt to and promote change. They will be able to understand the determinants of effective communication and be able to apply appropriate leadership styles to motivate others and increase organisational performance. They will also have the opportunity to improve their time management and decision making skills thus contributing to their employability and personal development. BUSC03 - ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR This module provides students with the knowledge, skills, business awareness and confidence that they will need for future use in professional environments. Students are provided with the opportunity to develop critical analytical knowledge and understanding of current organisational and management theories. Students will be encouraged to critically evaluate management theories with respect to their real-life applications and relevance to their countries’ cultures. They will also have the opportunity to improve certain intellectual, practical and transferable skills. For instance, they will learn how to identify and deal with sources of conflict. They will be required to engage in creative thinking and develop skills to adapt and promote change. They will understand the determinants of effective communication and be able to apply appropriate leadership styles to motivate others and increase organisational performance. BUSC04 - MANAGING FINANCIAL RESOURCES AND DECISIONS The objective of this module is to give students the knowledge to conceptually understand the sources of finance available to a business, while providing them with a systematic understanding of the implications of finance as a resource within a business. Upon completion of the module, students will be able to demonstrate a confident usage of the basic terms related to finance as a resource and also to the ways in which financial information is presented. In addition, the module will cover the relevance of global economic, social, regulatory and political factors affecting the financial world, while raising awareness of ethical issues in modern Accounting and Finance. BUSC05 - MARKETING This module provides students with a detailed appreciation of the principles and importance of marketing.The course will include elements of planning, analysis, research, price, product, place and promotion. Students will be prepared to formulate reasoned arguments in the development of an appropriate and sustainable marketing mix. It will help students to critically assess the value of models used within marketing to examine customer behaviour, while also empowering them to comprehend and analyse the benefits of a marketing and customer oriented organisation. BUSC06 - ACADEMIC, PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT This module aims to help students become effective, confident and self- directed so that they can confidently develop and manage their personal and professional skills to achieve their own academic, personal and career goals. The module aims to help students develop their ability to organise, manage and use a range of approaches to improve their performance during their academic studies as well as in preparing for employment and career development. Students will have the opportunity to improve certain intellectual, practical and transferable skills. For instance, they will have an opportunity to demonstrate an ability to analytically evaluate learning approaches and strategies, reflect on their learning and development plan, develop appropriate written and presentational communication skills, be creative, present structured and reasoned arguments, and improve their time managementanddecisionmakingskills.Thismoduleisintendedtosupport students in their continuing professional development and encourage their lifelong learning for employment and further study. Certificate Level Modules
  8. 8. 1514 BUSD01 - RESEARCH METHODS FOR BUSINESS This module provides students with the opportunity to develop an understanding of the nature and importance of management research. Students will also have the opportunity to improve certain intellectual, practical and transferable skills. For instance, they will develop cognitive skills relevant to the study of business by demonstrating critical thinking, analysis and synthesis (identifying assumptions, using evidence to evaluate statements, detecting false logic, and defining terms adequately). Students will also engage in effective problem solving and decision making using appropriate quantitative and qualitative skills. In addition, students will conduct research into business and management issues, using a range of business data, sources of information and appropriate methodologies. Finally, students will develop appropriate written and presentational communication skills and the ability to present a structured and reasoned argument. These skills will facilitate their academic achievement, and enhance their personal and professional development. MGTD01 - LEADERSHIP IN ORGANIZATIONS This module provides students with in-depth analytical knowledge and critical understanding of the styles and impact of leadership (differentiating between, and integrating, leadership and management perspectives). The goal of this module is to help cultivate the skills that will allow students to become effective leaders, including: how to analyse situations that potentially need change; how to initiate, inspire and manage change (through creativity, and effective communication, delegation, empowerment, motivation and conflict management); how to assess the work and development needs of individuals; how to effectively create and leadteams.Uponcompletionofthismodule,studentswillalsodemonstrate a clear understanding of the meaning and importance of ethical leadership behaviour and engage in socially responsible leadership. MGTD02 - SMALL BUSINESS ENTREPRENEURSHIP This module provides students with a comprehensive knowledge base and understanding of the role and importance of small businesses and entrepreneurship, and of the challenges of owning and managing a small business. Students will learn how to effectively organise, manage, finance, control, and promote a small business, as well as how to expand a business locally, nationally and internationally. In addition, students will prepare a feasibility analysis for a potential new venture, develop an effective business model based on reasoned arguments, and write and present a structured business plan. MGTD03 - HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Students will be exposed to current theories and practices regarding human resource management.They will have the opportunity to learn and practice a range of intellectual, practical and transferable skills. They will have the ability to develop their communication skills, establish and assess metrics, and present structured and reasoned arguments. They will be required to engage in creative thinking and develop skills to strategically plan, recruit, select, train, develop, appraise, reward, and control human resources in a way that helps organisations to achieve their strategic goals. MGTD04 - QUANTITATIVE METHODS This module addresses the principles of quantitative methods in problem solving and decision making. Students will develop skills in analytical and practical decision making, being able to summarise and present data in a professional way, including communicating effectively with non-technical managers. In addition, students will be introduced to project scheduling, decision analysis, utility and decision making, linear programming, including solving linear programming problems using the Graphical and Simplex methods. IFTD01 - MANAGEMENT OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS This module serves as a comprehensive introduction into the basic concepts related to information systems and computer technology. Topics covered include: collaborating in International e-business, strategies in information systems, ethical and social issues, IT infrastructure, emerging technologies, databases and information management, security, enterprise applications, E-commerce, managing knowledge, building information systems, managing projects and large scale systems. Upon completion, students will become familiar with the various components of information technologies that exist in a modern organisation and how they can be used to provide a competitive advantage in an organisation. MGTD05 - OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT This module provides students with the opportunity to develop an understanding of the nature and importance of operational management and how it relates to strategic planning and the attainment of an organisation’s strategic goals. Students will develop a critical understanding of how to organise a typical production process. They will also have the opportunity to develop an ability to apply relevant techniques to the production of an operational plan for a typical business and to improve certain intellectual, practical and transferable skills. For instance, they will develop their critical thinking and numeracy and quantitative skills. These skills will enhance their academic, personal and professional development. Diploma Level Modules
  9. 9. 16 17 IFTD01 - MANAGEMENT OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS This module serves as a comprehensive introduction into the basic concepts related to information systems and computer technology. Topics covered include: collaborating in International e-business, strategies in information systems, ethical and social issues, IT infrastructure, emerging technologies, databases and information management, security, enterprise applications, E-commerce, managing knowledge, building information systems, managing projects and large scale systems. Upon completion, students will become familiar with the various components of information technologies that exist in a modern organisation and how they can be used to provide a competitive advantage in an organisation. IFTD02 - SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND DESIGN The objective of this module to introduce students to the concepts of a system and what it means to develop and implement an information system in an organisation. Students will cultivate a clear understanding of the major phases of the system development life cycle, including the ability to identify the information and processing needs of the organisation. In addition, students will be given the knowledge necessary to elicit, identify, recognize and capture requirements for information systems. They will also be able to produce a structured system specification for a simple system from system analysis, as well as being able to clearly represent the system analysis and design using basic diagrammatic modeling tools. IFTD03 - DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS This module serves to introduce students to the critical role of databases and database management systems in managing organisational data and information. Students will be taught to distinguish between the basic approaches to data modeling techniques (i.e. object-oriented data modeling, semantic data modeling, etc.), then apply at least one conceptual data modeling technique (such as entity-relationship modeling) to capture the information requirements for an enterprise domain. Students will also be taught to design high-quality relational databases, implement a relational database design using an industrial database management system, including the principles of data type selection and indexing. In addition, students will be instructed on how to assess the role of databases and database management systems in the context of enterprise systems. IFTD04 - KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT This module explains the key role of knowledge in an organisation along with the forces driving its growth today. Students will learn to assess the extent of the current utilization of knowledge management processes and systems in an organisation and unveil knowledge management gaps which need to be filled. After assessment, students will learn to identify the various components of knowledge management solutions such as systems, mechanisms and technologies and propose appropriate solutions in order to meet the needs of an organisation. In addition, strong emphasis will be placed on understanding the challenges that could be faced when implementing knowledge management systems along with ways to overcome them. IFTD05 - E-COMMERCE This module provides a comprehensive knowledge base in the concepts related to e-commerce, including its history and various business models. Students will cultivate the critical ability to associate what technology is needed for specific e-commerce processes. In addition, they will gain an understanding of marketing polices on e-commerce, along with the evaluative skills necessary to understand what ethical, social and political issues are involved on e-commerce applications. IFTD06 - INTRODUCTION TO WEB DESIGN The objective of this module is to introduce students to the very basic ideas of Human Computer Interface, and how people perceive information. Students will learn to adapt information for electronic media, creating material that will visually target an audience in an efficient manner on the Web. This module also guides students to create, code and understand a web page and HTML code, using skill and creativity to control Web page design. In addition, students will be well versed in the difference between HTML versions and how to adopt new standards as they are developed. Ultimately, lessons will lead to students publishing a website, registering a domain and promoting the site. IFTD07 - INFORMATION ARCHITECTURE This module provides students with an introduction to the basic structures of Websites and common website designs and architectures. Students will become familiar with the concepts, fundamentals and terminology of the art and science of Information Architecture. Skills that will be covered in this module include: how to analyse and map existing information structures; how to design easily navigable Information Architectures; how to explore andapplytheuseofInformationArchitectureforcreatingefficientWebsites. In addition, students will learn how effective web systems/Websites work and adapt other systems and/or websites to their design and structure, while also exploring and applying the use of Information Architecture for creating large scale Websites. FIND01 - FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING This module covers a comprehensive understanding of the principles used to prepare financial statements. Upon completion, students will be able to demonstrate the ability to analyse and evaluate accounting matters, while applying knowledge to prepare, compute, present, and interpret financial statementsandtoobservetheeffectsofroutinebusinesstransactionsonthem. In addition, students will develop key employability skills through attention to detail, concise and accurate to data, while also being able to independently translate transactional data into meaningful financial information. FIND02 - FINANCIAL REPORTING This module provides students with the knowledge to discuss and apply both a conceptual and regulatory framework for financial reporting. Students will be taught to prepare and present financial statements which conform with international accounting standards. In addition, students will learn how to analyse and interpret financial statements, while also developing a resourceful, analytical and evaluative approach to financial reporting. Collectively, this module will provide students with the knowledge necessary to develop an employability skills base of current International Financial Reporting. FIND03 - TAXATION AND BUSINESS LAW This module critically examines the taxation knowledge needed to address personal and business tax affairs, providing students with the professional knowledge to address legal tasks relating to subject areas. The module also offers students the competency to apply theoretical taxation subject matter to personal and business situations, enabling students to identify assumptions and evaluate different financial circumstances to compute taxable liabilities. The module additionally cultivates the ability to critically apply legal methodology to resolve real life projects and issues that individuals and businesses might encounter. FIND04 - MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING This module addresses the nature, source and purpose of management information. Topics include: applying cost accounting techniques to business scenarios, accurately preparing budgets for planning and control, theoretically comparing actual costs with standard costs. By course completion, students will have developed the ability to write, communicate and present financial information in a professional business manner to all levels of senior management. In addition, students will develop an employability skills base, in particular providing quality information for decision making in complex and unpredictable business situations, along with the ability to exercise initiative and personal responsibility. FIND05 - CORPORATE FINANCE This module provides students with a systematic understanding of the financial environment and its basic financial terms. Students will be taught how funds can be acquired in the financial markets (short-term and long- term), how to identify criteria which corporations use to decide where to place their investments, as well as an understanding of the role and importance of shareholders and stakeholders of corporate organisations. Students will be expected to comprehend the nature and relevance of ethics in Business, as well as discuss and evaluate the relevance of global economic, social, regulatory and political factors affecting the finance context. FIND06 - FINANCIAL MARKETS AND INSTITUTIONS In this module, students will systematically understand the role of money in the economy, the main principles of the financial intermediation system and the basics of monetary policy. In addition, students will analyse the financial institutional framework and exhibit a conceptual understanding of the function of financial markets, the flow of funds, and the levels of interest rates. Upon completion, students will be able to demonstrate awareness of ethical principles behind the functioning of financial markets and institutions, and explain the importance of “an even playing field.” They will also be able to apply mathematical skills to specific problems and issues related to financial markets and financial institutions; and compare and evaluate approaches to the regulation of the financial services industry. FIND07 - INTERNATIONAL FINANCE This module explores the conceptual understanding of basic terms and definitions related to the operation of the foreign exchange markets, to the international investment and financing techniques, to the multinational banking, and to the issues of international trade. The module will cover such concepts as: international parity relations (interest rate parity, purchasing power parity), international financial management, the nature and purposes of corporate financial management in the international context, and the importance of ethical principles in global financial strategies. Students will be able to apply mathematical skills to solve specific problems related to foreign exchange risk exposure, interest rate exposure, and also international investment and capital budgeting decisions. Students are also taught the different modern techniques which companies employ to manage and control the risks arising from their international business exposure.
  10. 10. 18 19 FIND08 - PERSONAL FINANCE In addition to helping students organise and maintain personal financial records in an appropriate manner, this module will help students develop a conceptual understanding of the significance of personal financial planning and basic terms related to Personal Finance. Students will become familiar with the following topics: how to effectively manage personal assets, and identify criteria, which individuals should use to decide where to place their investments; how to plan and manage taxes, credit, insurance, inheritance and retirement; how to systematically apply knowledge of financial statements and time value of money to solve different types of problems required for efficient personal financial planning. Finally, students will be taught how to evaluate the recent trends in Personal Finance focusing on the relevant ethical, social and regulatory context. MKGD01 - SELLING SALES MANAGEMENT This module will examine in-depth the principles of sales and selling, including evaluation, compensation, forecasting, budgeting, and time and territory management. Students will be taught the following skills: how to critically evaluate sales and selling as a systematic process, how to critically assess the value of models used within sales and selling to examine the environment and customer behaviour. MKGD02 - ADVERTISING This module provides students with a comprehensive knowledge base in the field of advertising. Topics that will be covered include: history of advertising, the role of the advertising agency, using newspapers and magazines, outdoor and direct response advertising, sales promotions, research, creating copy, television and radio commercials, trademarks, packaging, retail advertising, international advertising, and legal restraints. Upon completion, students will be able to: formulate reasoned arguments in the development of a marketing campaign; design an advertising campaign following a specific process in order to develop effective advertising programmes; and develop advertising messages including layout and media vehicles used. MKGD03 - CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR This module addresses the principles of consumer behaviour, analysing in-depth the inter-relationship between internal and external influences on the consumer. Students will develop an understanding of peoples’ consumption-relatedbehavioursandcriticallyevaluatemarketingstrategies intended to influence those behaviours. Topics that will be covered in this module include: consumer needs, wants, demands; consumer research; the influence of culture, subculture, changes and trends; social class; reference groups: opinion leaders and family; consumer decision-making process, consumer decision-making outcomes. MKGD04 - MARKETING RESEARCH The objective of this module is to introduce students to the importance of Marketing Research for organisations and their environment. Students will learn to appreciate the different research methods for collecting primary and secondary data, while also designing and undertaking a research process on their own. Upon completion of this module, students will be able to confidently identify problems, organise, plan and undertake fieldwork in real world situations. MKGD05 - INTERNATIONAL MARKETING This module provides an introduction to the scope and challenge of international marketing, including legal dimensions, financial decisions, cultural dynamics, ethics and social responsibility. Students will become familiar with such topics as: the international environment; researching international markets; multinational market regions and market groups; international marketing strategies; exporting, managing and logistics. Upon completion of this module, students will understand how to critically examine the difference between domestic and global marketing, and identify the major methods of foreign market entry, as well as being able to assess the value of models used within global marketing to examine customer behaviour. MKGD06 - STRATEGIC MARKETING This module provides students with a comprehensive introduction into the role of marketing in the fit of strategic business activities. Students will cultivate the skills necessary to critically assess the role of global marketing research in the development of global trading systems and regional trading blocks. In addition, this module will help students compare and contrast domestic, international and global marketing problems and develop solutions to these problems. Topics that will be covered include: culture and country attractiveness, buyer behaviour research, local marketing, global marketing mix, global pricing and distribution, global advertising and promotion. Finally, students will develop rational and reasoned strategies to overcome marketing challenges in an ethical and socially responsible framework. BUSH01 - BUSINESS ETHICS This module provides students with the knowledge, skills, and business awareness they will need in trying to establish and maintain an ethical organisational culture that fosters integrity, respect and fair treatment of an organisation’sstakeholders.Studentsareprovidedwiththeopportunitytodevelopanalyticalknowledgeand critical understanding of current business ethical issues that employees and managers face day to day.They willlearnhowtoidentifyandassessasituationthathasethicalimplicationsandreflectontheirownpersonal values and the impact these have on their decision making.They will also have the opportunity to reflect on how the learning experience of this module will contribute to their personal and professional development. BUSH02 - STRATEGY AND BUSINESS POLICY This module provides students with a detailed overview of the strategic management process and the tools necessary to critically evaluate businesses from a strategic perspective. Students will achieve this using strategic evaluation tools, as well as the ability to reconcile in detail the impact of economic, social, political, and cultural variables affecting a business operation. In addition, students will be taught to identify central issues and recommend strategies to creatively organise, lead and assume the prospects and risks of an organisation. BUSH03 - INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS This module provides students with knowledge, skills, business awareness and confidence that will enable them to succeed in the global economy. Students will be exposed to current international business theories and practices. They will have the opportunity to improve certain intellectual, practical and transferable skills. For instance, they will be encouraged to critically evaluate international trade and investment theories. They must demonstrate an ability to engage in creative thinking and develop skills to plan, organise, control, lead in an increasingly competitive global business environment, and adapt to and promote change to enhance organisational performance. They will have the opportunity to improve their communication skills and analyse, interpret and present information critical for decision making in uncertainty. They will also have the opportunity to reflect on their learning experiences. The aforementioned skills will contribute to their employability and personal development. BUSH08-RESEARCHMETHODSANDFINALYEARDISSERTATION The production of a major independent piece of study is a key element of the degree. It is the point where knowledge and understanding acquired through the earlier taught courses is reformulated and applied to a substantial management problem. The course is designed to enable students to gain a deeper understanding of business theory and practice by examining how particular theories relate to real-world situations or how particular theories offer advantage over others. Students will use project management skills and will be required to submit a dissertation. Students will develop investigative, analytical and communications skills and will be required to identify a set of theories by referring to the learning outcomes of earlier modules and then to either critique an existing theory in order to develop a better explanation of a set of phenomena, or to critique a set of competing theories in order to say which provides a better explanation of events. BA (Hons) Level Modules
  11. 11. 20 BUSH04 - CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN MANAGEMENT This module provides students with knowledge, skills, and business awareness that will enable them to succeed in the wider business world. Students will be exposed to current trends in management. They will have the opportunity to improve certain intellectual, practical and transferable skills. For instance, they will be required to engage in critical, analytical and creative thinking to synthesize, analyse, interpret and evaluate various sources of information. They must engage in independent and reflective learning and communicate effectively their ideas. These aforementioned skills will contribute to their employability and personal development. BUSH05 - CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN INFORMATIONTECHNOLOGY This module provides students with in-depth knowledge on contemporary computer-based technologies being used by different types of people for different applications. Students will have the opportunity to analyse and understand the implications of IT in creating new concepts for human communities (virtual communities) and human inter-relationships (impersonal relationships). They will also cultivate the skills necessary to critically evaluate, use and discuss citations from different high quality academic sources, while also being able to discuss the future of technology in terms of impact in research and human life. BUSH06 - CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN MARKETING This module provides students with a comprehensive understanding of complex contemporary issues relating to marketing. Students will be exposed to the changing nature and status of marketing with regards to integrated marketing communications, electronic marketing, global marketing and relationship marketing. In addition, students will be taught to critically evaluate the relevance of ethical marketing in implementing marketing management decisions in organisations. BUSH07 - CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN FINANCE This module introduces students to the cognitive skills relevant to the study and research of recent issues in finance. Students will learn to analyse the contemporary issues in finance, name the factors that led to the global crisis, and discuss corrective and/or preventative measures and their implementation. In addition, students will gain a deeper understanding of the impact of the international debt crisis on businesses and individuals, while being able to identify and evaluate key economic, social and political factors influencing and/or shaping financial regulation and auditing standards in the post-crisis environment. Students will also cultivate an understanding of the role of social and environmental sustainability issues within processes of corporate accountability, as well as the impact of creative accounting and corporate fraud on financial reporting. Finally, students will have the opportunity for personal development through self-management, resourcefulness and professional attitude. The BA (Hons) Business Studies degrees are suitable for individuals that want to prepare for potential managerial and business specialist positions. Specialist Pathways 21
  12. 12. 22 BA (Hons) Accounting 23
  13. 13. 24 Complete your BA (Hons) Accounting Degree and claim up to 8 exemptions out of 15 papers required for the ACA Professional Qualification. ACA Institute of Chartered Accountants in England andWales (ICAEW) The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) is the oldest and largest accountancy body in Europe with more than 138 000 members in over 160 countries. It is the most prestigious professional body for Chartered Accountants globally attracting many students every year who aspire to be- come qualified accountants. ICAEW members work at the highest level of business, across all industry sectors around the world. This professional qualification delivers essential knowledge, skills and technical expertise in ac- countancy, finance and business. ICAEW ensures that its mem- bers are at the forefront of their profession by maintaining and developing their skills and knowledge. They regulate professional and ethical standards, and are industry leaders in the provision of technical accounting information. The Chartered Accountancy qualification builds on the profes- sion’s traditional strengths, whilst focusing on the needs of modern business. This course ensures that candidates develop the financial and technical knowledge, as well as valuable practical experience required to pursue a career in the accounting/auditing profession, either in private or in central government, semi-gov- ernmental organisations, the banking and insurance sectors, or just about any type of small, medium or large business or corpora- tion, locally or internationally. UCP Marjon is awarded 8 exemptions out of the 15 papers re- quired for the ACA professional qualification. Graduates of the BA (Hons) Accounting Degree can claim up to 8 exemptions provided they successfully complete the subjects specified. In addition, stu- dents can prepare for the remaining 7 subjects towards the ACA professional qualification. Complete your BA (Hons) Accounting Degree and claim up to 9 exemptions out of 14 papers required for the ACCA Professional Qualification. ACCA The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) is the largest and fastest-growing global professional accountancy body in the world, with 147,000 members and 424,000 students in over 170 countries. ACCA has an extensive network of 83 offices and active centres around the world. Its reputation is grounded in over 100 years of providing world-class accounting and finance qualifications. Founded in 1904, it is the largest to operate on an international basis, awarding its own qualification after successful completion of the ACCA examinations and three years of practical experience. The ACCA professional accounting qualification is a highly rel- evant, targeted combination of study and practical experience. It is a passport to a new world of opportunity-once you become a member, the learning process continues throughout your career. ACCA is not only about accounting.You will also develop a range of skills and knowledge in finance, tax, audit, management, law, professional values, ethics and governance. The financial and technical experience you will develop enroute to the ACCA qualification ensures that you can work anywhere; the accounting/ auditing profession, the government, a semi-govern- mental organisation, the banking sector and any type of local or international business. What is a Chartered Certified Accountant? A Chief Executive, a Senior Partner, a Finance Director, a Bank Executive, a Top Civil Servant, an Entrepreneur? Once qualified, there are no limits… UCP Marjon is awarded 9 exemptions out of the 14 papers required for the ACCA professional qualification. Graduates of the BA (Hons) Accounting Degree can claim up to 9 exemptions provided they successfully complete the subjects specified. In ad- dition, students can prepare for the remaining 5 subjects towards the ACCA professional qualification. Introduction The Accounting programme aims to provide students with the theoretical, technical and empirical background necessary for financial problem solving and financial decision making within the complex and changing business environment. This programme has been designed for students intending to pursue a career in accounting, or in any other area where financial accounting information and decisions are a central element. The students will have the opportunity to acquire a broad-basededucationwhichwillprovideagoodstartingpointforthestudents’later professional work and studies. In addition, students will receive an academic base to which problems arising in their later professional work can be referred, and a way of thinking which will help them to meet the challenges of new ideas and problems. This course seeks to provide students with the skills employers in the field are looking for: detailed knowledge of financial accounting, financial reporting, auditing, taxation, cost and management accounting, financial statement analysis which, together with information technology skills, give you the confidence to use a wide range of accounting and business software. Certificate of Higher Education Level C – 120 credits Each course carries 20 credits n ACCC01 - Accounting n ACCC02 - Management n ACCC03 - Cost and Managerial Accounting n ACCC04 - Marketing n ACCC05 - Corporate and Business Law n ACCC06 - Taxation in the UK *Subject to validation Diploma of Higher Education (Concentration Management) Level I – 120 credits Each course carries 20 credits n ACCD01 - Organizational Behaviour n ACCD02 - Performance Management n ACCD03 - Auditing and Assurance n ACCD04 - Financial Reporting n ACCD05 - Business Strategy and Policy n ACCD06 - Managerial Finance n ACCD07 - International Finance (optional – for ACA) BA (Hons) Accounting* Level H - Additional 120 credits Each course carries 20 credits except for the Dissertation which carries 40 credits n ACCH01 - Research Methods and Final Year Dissertation n ACCH02 - Advanced Financial Accounting n ACCH03 - Financial Management n ACCH04 - Advanced Auditing n ACCH05 - Advanced Cost and Management Accounting n ACCH06 - Strategic Business Analysis and Management (optional for ACA) BA (Hons) Accounting* 25
  14. 14. 27 ACCC01 - ACCOUNTING Learners will gain a fundamental knowledge and understanding of the principles and concepts relating to financial accounting and technical pro- ficiency in the use of double entry accounting techniques and preparation of financial statements. ACCC02 - MANAGEMENT This module provides students with the knowledge, skills, business awareness and confidence that will enable them to succeed in the wider business world. Students will be exposed to current management theories and practice in the private, public, large to SME sectors and within volun- tary and community organizations. They will also have the opportunity to improve certain intellectual, practical and transferable skills. For instance, they will be encouraged to critically evaluate management theories with respect to their real-life applications and relevance to their countries’ cultures. They will be required to engage in creative thinking and develop skills to plan, organize, control, lead, and adapt to and promote change. They should be able to understand the determinants of effective com- munication and be able to apply appropriate leadership styles to motivate others and increase organizational performance. They will have the oppor- tunity to improve their time management and decision making skills thus contributing to their employability and personal development. ACCC03 - COST AND MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING Learners will study and apply fundamental Cost and Managerial Account- ing concepts and techniques which aid Management in decision-making, planning and control and performance evaluation. ACCC04 - MARKETING Students will become familiarized with traditional and contemporary mar- keting theories, concepts and practices. They will gain a knowledge and understanding of a vast breadth of subjects at a foundation level. ACCC05 - CORPORATE AND BUSINESS LAW This module is intended to provide a useful introduction to law for those who have no prior knowledge of the discipline. It aims to provide students with a broad and critical understanding of relevant and current legal aspects impacting businesses within the U.K ACCC06 - TAXATION IN THE UK The aim of this module is to provide the students with an overview of the UK tax system. Students will be introduced to the main U.K. taxes. Students will examine the structure and operation of the UK Tax System; and the func- tions of the HMRC. The course provides a foundation in the core areas of tax, so as to provide a reliable basis to enhance advanced study in the subject. Certificate Level Modules 26
  15. 15. 29 ACCD01 - ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR This module provides students with the knowledge, skills, business aware- ness and confidence that they will need for future use in professional envi- ronments. Students are provided with the opportunity to develop critical analytical knowledge and understanding of current organisational and management theories. Students will be encouraged to critically evaluate management theories with respect to their real-life applications and rel- evance to their countries’cultures. They will also have the opportunity to improve certain intellectual, practical and transferable skills. For instance, they will learn how to identify and deal with sources of conflict. They will be required to engage in creative thinking and develop skills to adapt and promote change. They will understand the determinants of effective com- munication and be able to apply appropriate leadership styles to motivate others and increase organizational performance. They will have the oppor- tunity to improve their time management and decision making skills thus contributing to their employability and personal development. ACCD02 - PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT Students will be able to explain, apply and evaluate alternative costing systems and management techniques. Provide an in-depth understanding of the use of standard costing to measure and evaluate performance and to take remedial action. Apply budgeting techniques and evaluate alterna- tive methods of budgeting, planning and control. Students will gain ability to identify and measure information which is relevant for different types of business decisions. ACCD03 - AUDITING AND ASSURANCE This module is designed to assist students to exercise judgment and apply techniques in the analysis of matters relating to the provision of audit and assurance services. More specifically upon completion of the course students will be able to demonstrate their ability to work within a professional and ethical framework, understand current issues and devel- opments relating to auditing and the provision of audit-related and assur- ance services, explain and evaluate the auditor s position in relation to the acceptance and retention of professional appointments, and evaluate and recommend quality control policies and procedures. ACCD04 - FINANCIAL REPORTING This module develops techniques used in preparing financial statements and to develop a knowledge and understanding of more advanced finan- cial accounting concepts and principles in accordance with Accounting Standards. ACCD05 - BUSINESS STRATEGY AND POLICY This module exposes students to key strategy concepts that are used in planning and managing of strategic business activities. Students will understand and apply these concepts to relevant business scenarios. ACCD06 - MANAGERIAL FINANCE This module provides an overview of the key finance principles, how finan- cial markets operate and how security prices are determined. Students will explore how managerial finance can affect the value of the firm. Under- standing the importance and role of finance in valuation techniques, risk analysis and to address practical problems ACCD07 - INTERNATIONAL FINANCE) (Optional – for ACA) The main objectives of the module are to develop an understanding international finance. To include an introduction of exchange rates analysis/forecasting, concepts of international financial institutions, international trade and concepts of international capital and money markets, foreign investment strategy and analysis. 28 Diploma Level Modules
  16. 16. 3130 ACCH01 - RESEARCH METHODS FINAL YEAR DISSERTATION The production of a major independent piece of study is a key element of the degree. It is the point where knowledge and understanding acquired through the earlier taught courses is reformulated and applied to a substantial management problem. The course is designed to enable students to gain a deeper understanding of business theory and practice by examining how particular theories relate to real-world situations or how particular theories offer advantage over others. Students will use project management skills and will be required to submit a dissertation. Students will develop investigative, analytical and communications skills. Students are required to identify a set of theories by referring to the learn- ing outcomes of earlier modules and then to either critique an existing theory in order to develop a better explanation of a set of phenomena, or to critique a set of competing theories in order to say which provides a better explanation of events. ACCH02 - ADVANCED FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING Analyze in detail the preparation of consolidated financial statements, including elimination of inter-company liabilities, inter-company inventory transfers and intercompany plant asset transfers. Demonstrate the consoli- dation procedures for step acquisitions and inter-company investment in preferred stock. ACCH03 - FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT This module aims to develop a knowledge and understanding of financial management techniques suitable for all commercial organisations. It provides an understanding of how financial resources are acquired from external capital markets and generated from internal operations. Fur- thermore, it examines the effective utilisation and control of those funds within the organisation. ACCH04- ADVANCED AUDITING After completion of the module students are expected to be able to explain and apply judgment techniques. Understand current issues and developments relating to the provision of audit-related and assurance services. Apply professional and ethical considerations within the audit framework and preparation of special reports. ACCH05 - ADVANCED COST AND MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING The main objectives of this module are to develop student’s knowledge and skills further within specialist areas of cost and management account- ing. Identify the major differences and similarities between financial and management accounting. ACCH06 - STRATEGIC BUSINESS ANALYSIS AND MANAGEMENT (optional for ACA) After completing this module learners will be able to apply knowledge and skills in a professional manner in determining and implementing strategic decisions within a business using information technology systems; managing processes and resources and overcoming resources constraints. BA (Hons) Level Modules
  17. 17. Contact Information Website: www.ucpmarjononline.co.uk Tel: +44 (0)1752 710 720 Email: info@ucpmarjononline.co.uk University College Plymouth St Mark St John BA (HONS) Business Studies BA (HONS) Accounting

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