- Applied Professional Practice (120 credits)
Gain a strong understanding of a business including the identification and examination of an organisational issue, initiative or process. Examine areas of value to the host organisation. Develop the relevant practical knowledge and skills under the guidance and supervision of an academic mentor and host business.
Final year (national level 6):
- Strategic Leadership and Collaboration (30 credits)
Establish the relevant skills and understanding related to strategic leadership and collaboration. Engage in a critical exploration of theories on the importance of, and approaches to, strategic leadership in organisations. Understand leadership strategies and their impact on organisational success, resilience and growth alongside the dynamics of personal interaction with colleagues, teams and stakeholders to create collaboration.
- Managing Business Continuity and Resilience (30 credits)
Critically understand the management of a modern international business organisation. Consider issues such as crisis management and contingency planning brought about by changing market conditions. Grasp the key factors that are required for business resilience and growth.
- Business Consultancy Project (30 credits)
Examine the fundamental components necessary to effectively source, design, research and disseminate business consultancy projects for small to medium sized businesses and larger companies. Incorporate an international perspective on consultancy projects. Consider that the role of a consultancy now requires a blend of both physical and virtual skills.
- Financial Governance (30 credits)
Establish an understanding of specific competencies in Financial Governance. Acquire the essential knowledge of these competencies through study and engagement in relevant financial governance topics. Develop an understanding of the theories, methods and techniques relevant to this field and how to apply such knowledge to real-world scenarios.