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Canterbury Christ Church University

BA (Hons) Business Studies (Top-Up)For UK and EU Students

Get the skills you need to become a confident business manager.

Good business management is at the centre of every successful organisation. Our Business Management course has a strong practical element, and allows you to build your knowledge and understanding of organisations and how they are managed.

At Level 6, you will focus on the strategic aspect of management and organizations. Modules in strategic management, building a sustainable organization, contemporary management issues in the 21st century, and the integrated case study analysis develop students’ knowledge and reflection across different aspects of business and develops their appreciation of the strategic dimensions and opportunities offered within business organisations. These modules also provide a supporting framework for the development of the Dissertation Project or Business Project which each student completes individually. The option of completing either a Dissertation Project or a Business Project enables you to build on their previous learning and also to focus on a particular emphasis of direction in their project. This may encompass particular aspects of theoretical or business practice and offers the opportunity to focus on individual career and professional development opportunities.

Course Plan:


1 Year


Candidates should normally hold a Foundation Degree (or equivalent) or an HND, or have successfully completed equivalent 240 credit points (UK) / ( 120 ECT credits) in a related subject discipline.

Course Structure

Level 6

  1. Building A Sustainable Organisation
  2. Contemporary Management Issues
  3. Case Study Analysis
  4. Global Strategic Management
  5. Dissertation or Business Project

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