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  • Objectives
    To learn how to manage projects ranging from IT, through product development, to operational system change To learn how to apply appropiate business models, strategies, technology and communications solutions To gain the much needed people skills to run effective projects
  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements School entry requirements apply 200 UCAS points or equivalent; 3 GCSEs at grade C or above (including English and mathematics or science) or equivalent It is proposed that students may enrol on this degree title at the beginning of their first year or may transfer into the degree title at the beginning of their first year or may transfer into the deegree from any other degree in the BITE programme suite at the completion of year one. Students with considerable success in a closely relevant HND or foundation degree may transfer into year 3 at the discretion of the programme leader in consultation with the admissions team Mature students and non-standard applications welcome
  • Academic Title
    Project Management, BA Hons
  • Course description
    This specialist business programme has both a strong commercial orientation and academic rigour. The programme provides a well-rounded approach to business and allows students to specialise in the project management area of business, preparing them for a career in this field.

    The programme draws heavily on the application and use of IT in managing projects of high complexity in terms of requirements, large stakeholder groups and complex finance issues.

    Year 1
    -Systems Thinking
    -Introduction to Business Management
    -Context and Framework of Business
    -Information Technology
    -Learning and Communications

    Year 2
    -People and Organisations
    -IT for Project Management
    -Value Chain Management
    -Project Planning
    -Client and Technology Requirements Management

    Optional Sandwich Year (Work Placement)
    Final Year
    -Technology Programem Management
    -Strategic Analysis and Strategy Management

    Professional recognition
    The CIPM (Chartered Institute of Professional Management) focus on project management and have their own in-house career development structure. The degree set out here has been aligned with the CIPM requirements at the outset and the development team will commence detailed accreditation alongside Year 1 of the degree
    Career options
    Employment in the areas of project management, planning, development and implementation. Roles include project planner, project team leader, project development officer and project manager

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