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Technology Management, BA Hons

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  • Objectives
    Students will learn to exploit new innovations and technology change to commercial advantage Students will be able to show an ability to analyse and research subject matter both familiar and unfamiliar to them and make balanced, critical and constructive judgements as to the views and opinions expressed by others Students will be able to apply appropriate models, theories and strategies to a broad scope of business and technology issues
  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements Standard university entry requirements apply 160 UCAS points or equivalent; 3 GCSEs at grade C or above (including English and mathematics) or equivalent
  • Academic Title
    Technology Management, BA Hons
  • Course description
    The programme is designed to prepare students for a career which involves the management of technology or business management in a climate of continual change and technology evolution. It provides students with a good understanding of business management and technologies which together comprise a valuable management toolkit.

    The programme meets the education requirements of major employers as specified by the e-skills operating standards and Skills Framework for the Information Age (SFIA) initiatives driven by UK Government.

    Year 1
    -Understanding the Economy
    -Financial Methods
    -Management for Success
    -IT Fundamentals

    Year 2
    -Information and Operations
    -People and Organisations
    -Managing Geographic Diversity
    -Two options (see Options)
    Year 3
    -Strategic Management
    -Two options (see Options)

    At least 3 options form the 4 in programme must be from Technology:

    -Business in Europe
    -Empowering People
    -European Legal and Regulatory Environment
    -Global Business Environment
    -Business IT Futures
    -Information Age Technologies
    -Systems Thinking
    -History of Technology
    -Managing and Evaluating Technology

    Career options
    Supervisory, management or entrepreneurial roles which require the successful exploitation of new technologies and innovations to secure commercial success

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