You will study 4 core modules introducing you to the fundamentals of accounting, finance and statistics.Term two
You will study 3 core modules and choose between 2 electives. Some exams are taken in January before Term two classes begin.
Revision and exams.
How you will be assessed
Throughout the course you will be assessed by a range of different methods including examinations, class tests, essays, reports, presentations and group work.
Foundations, Skills and Debates is a pivotal module for all first year students which supports the transition from formal education to the business school environment.Full details
Explore the basic concepts, theories and context that underpin and influence accounting and its development.Full details
This module introduces you to the key concepts of Financial Management and prepares you for more advanced study of Finance by encouraging you to develop a critical understanding of the main theories and models.Full details
Develop an understanding of the sources and uses of accounting information within organisations.Full details
Apply analytical techniques to real world problems.Full details
Explore the importance of contract law in the world of business.Full details
Introduction to Statistics provides you with a basic knowledge of probability and statistical concepts, including the ability to be critical of reported quantitative information - skills that are essential for other modules and careers in business.Full details
You will choose to study Management, Organisations and Society, or Business Analytics in your first year.Full details