Course ID: ECLHNBM04-RQF
Awarding Body: Pearson
Duration: 24 Months
Intakes: February and September
RQF Level: 5
Credit Value: 240 Credits Minimum
Study Mode: Full-time
Tuition Fee: £6000 per year
Entry Requirements: Applicants must be aged 18 and above. There are no defined entry requirements set by the Awarding Body. The College makes admission decisions based on students’ potential to complete the programme. Applicants would benefit most from this programme if they hold one or more of the following:
- A BTEC Level 3 qualification or another related level 3 equivalent qualification
- An Access to Higher Education Certificate received from an approved Further Education institution
- Related work experience
Mature students may present a more varied profile of achievement that is likely to include extensive work experience and/or achievement of a range of professional qualifications in their work sector. Prospective Students will be interviewed to discuss their relevant experience and intention to the course they have applied for.
English Language Requirements:
- International students must fulfil the UKVI requirements by providing a valid SELT (Secure English Language Test)
- All students will need to demonstrate that their English Language level is equivalent to the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) B2
Course Information: The HND in Business (Business Management) course covers a broad range of business and management modules from information systems to market economics and financial decision making. This means that you will have a wealth of knowledge to take into your employment or to enable you to carry on and top up your HND to a degree at University. An HND in Business (Business Management) is a perfect introduction to working in financial services, business administration or a career in management. The HND programme is an equivalent to the 2nd year of a UK University Degree. This course leads to a recognised qualification which is accepted by several universities for direct entry into the final year of a Degree programme.
Course Structure: The full programme consists of the following Units which will be studied full time throughout the two years.
|Core Units||Unit Credit||Level|
|Unit 1 – Business and the Business Environment||15||4|
|Unit 2 – Marketing Essentials||15||4|
|Unit 3 – Human Resource Management||15||4|
|Unit 4 – Management and Operations||15||4|
|Unit 5 – Management Accounting||15||4|
|Unit 6 – Managing a Successful Business Project (Pearson-set)||15||4|
|Unit 11 – Research Project (Pearson-set)||30||5|
|Unit 12 – Organisational Behaviour||15||5|
|Specialist Units||Unit Credit||Level|
|Unit 16 – Operations and Project Management||15||5|
|Unit 17 – Understanding and Leading Change||15||5|
|Unit 18 – Global Business Environment||15||5|
|Optional Units||Unit Credit||Level|
|Unit 7 – Business Law||15||4|
|Unit 9 – Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management||15||4|
|Unit 32 – Business Strategy||15||5|
|Unit 35 – Developing Individuals, Teams and Organisations||15||5|
|Unit 38 – Customer Value Management||15||5|
* Modules may be subject to change.
Course Assessment: Students will be assessed through the submission of assignments at the end of each Unit. Assessment is subject to internal and external verification of the units submitted; all units must be passed to achieve the full qualification. Students are required to attend classes as per the timetable.
Student Support: Support will be provided throughout the course, including the allocation of personal tutors for additional advice and guidance, to help students progress and succeed on the course.