About the Course
The BSc (Hons) Digital Business Management Extended Degree is a four-year version of the BSc (Hons) Digital Business Management. It has been designed to give you the necessary foundations to successfully master your BSc.
Not only will this BSc (Hons) Digital Business Management will be equipping you with a detailed knowledge of business and management, it also develops the necessary skills and knowledge in the context of digital business and digital transformation.
For instance, while with a Business and Management degree you would study Management theory, with this degree, you will approach it in the context of managing and motivating virtual teams.
Additionally, you will have the opportunity to learn how to identify and manage digital transformation projects and the impact of digital technology on the way businesses interact with their customers and supply chains.
You will also have access to an optional module ‘Preparing for Employment’ where you:
- Will communicate your business readiness positively via a CV, LinkedIn profile and during the employment selection processes.
- Complete a reflective skills audit and to identify the skills needed in a particular business sector of your choice.
The Foundation Year
During the foundation year, you will benefit from:
- Extra support before you start your undergraduate studies
- Develop English, Maths and academic study skills
- Business Essentials modules in both semesters builds your subject specific knowledge
A Belnded Learning Method
This degree is designed to encourage you to think digitally as well as plan and run businesses virtually. Therefore, the programme itself is to be delivered in blended mode (which means that up to 50% out of the classroom will be delivered digitally).
The combination of face to face, distance learning and blended learning interactions all rely on an active learning approach. Your degree will be “brought to life” via online activities, innovative exercises, case material, group/collaborative working and the use of formative tasks and feedback.
- You will be taught highly relevant and contemporary content through lectures, tutorials, seminars, totalling 12 hours per week
- You will have a module specifically designed to cover learning and working digitally and you will put this into practice by working in virtual teams for other modules
- You are expected to study independently 38 hours per week outside of contact hours
- Assessed through a combination of coursework and presentations: including blogs, reports, presentations, annotated CVs, projects, conference papers, academic poster, research proposal and a dissertation.
- Benefit from being taught by a highly qualified faculty, experienced in delivering undergraduate programmes
- Class sizes are relatively small, providing a personalised and friendly learning environment