The BSc Management degree is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills to succeed as the managers of tomorrow in business, government and social enterprises around the world. Students develop an understanding of management from a social science point of view, drawing on the various relevant disciplinary perspectives within the Department of Management and within the School. The programme also gives students the ability to understand and critically evaluate evidence relating to management practice.
Effective management is based on understanding how organisations work. Rather than teaching you specific techniques, we focus on helping you achieve this understanding through the analysis of key disciplines like accounting, economics, finance, human resource management, information management, operations management, marketing and organisational behaviour.
In developing a combination of quantitative and qualitative abilities, students in the BSc in Management programme receive rigorous training in several of the social science disciplines. Students are able to take advantage of this training in applying these skills to business contexts. They graduate with a capacity and enthusiasm for ongoing learning in complex professional environments.