Awards
Ordinary Bachelor Degree
Programme Code: TA_BMNGT_D (1 year add-on)
 
Mode of Delivery:Full Time, Part Time, Modular
 
No. of Semesters:6
NFQ Level:7
Embedded Award:No
Department:Management
CAO Code:
CAO Code:Progression to the Honours Bachelor Degree in Management (Level 8) at ITT Dublin or to alternative programmes of studies in other universities or Institutes of Technology. The Articulation process will conform with the requirements of ITT Dublin and HETAC
 

Programme Outcomes

On successful completion of this programme the learner will be able to :

PO1Knowledge - Breadth
 (a)On successful completion of the programme the student will be expected to have a developed and integrated knowledge of the following business areas: a. Financial Management b. Enterprise Development c. Company Law, Business Law and Partnership Law d. Research Methods e. Digital Business f. Human Resource Management g. Operations and Quality Management h. Marketing Management And electively: i. Managerial Economics j. Tourism Studies k. Employee Relations Framework l. Business French/Spanish/German The programme builds on the knowledge base established at Higher Certificate level in Business and is primarily concerned with acquiring higher cognitive understanding and attainment.
PO2Knowledge - Kind
 (a)The graduate will be expected to be able to: Understand the conceptual framework underpinning management theory and practice together with the limitations of the theory Understand the relevance of the strategic context within which organisations operate Understand the nature and contribution of the various managerial functions and roles in organizations Understand the performance infrastructure that need to be in place before performance can be achieved in organizations Explain the relevance of business ethics and corporate social responsibility for organisations and managerial decision-making Understand the critical success factors distinguishing high performance organisations from others Explain the conceptual application of how data, information systems, people and finance can be applied to enable an organisation to be managed effectively Demonstrate a knowledge that is integrated across a number of the core sub-fields of business
PO3Skill - Range
 (a)On successful completion of the programme, the graduate will be expected to have in depth specialist knowledge in business and management practice, in balance with the expertise necessary for its practical application in different work and career contexts. He/she should be able to: Develop effective problem solving and decision making skills in business and management, making use of appropriate quantitative and qualitative skills Create, analyse and assess a range of business opportunities/ options together with the capacity to apply ideas and knowledge to a range of situations Plan and direct the methods for the management and development of people within organizations Select appropriate Information Technology applications for business Apply the principles of quality management and direct the key areas involved in the management of resources and operations Apply the principles of company, competition and partnership law in a business context Identify appropriate methods for raising capital , and the appraisal of financing business ventures Analyse sources of information for markets, for resources, goods and services, and the influences affecting customers and suppliers behaviour Critically evaluate the values, assumptions, statements of evidence in their own work and that of others. Communicate effectively and persuasively in a variety of managerial situations Develop an awareness of the nature and contribution of the diverse and varied managerial roles in organisations Develop self-awareness and sensitivity to diversity in terms of people and culture in business and management issues Communicate effectively and translate in French, Spanish or German
PO4Skill - Selectivity
 (a)On successful completion of the programme, the graduate will be expected to be able to: Apply concepts and abstract processes in management theory to represent and solve real world problems Make informed judgment in situations where limited qualitative and qualitative information is available Balance the competing expectation of stakeholders in decision making Identify and engage business and management problems with an emphasis on the social responsibility and managerial ethics Employ language skills for use in an international work environment
PO5Competence - Context
 (a)On successful completion of the programme, the graduate will be expected to be able to: Understand the application of research findings into business and management issues in a variety of contexts Use specialist skills e.g. in Marketing/Sales, HRM, IT and Finance to conduct research Transfer and apply diagnostic and creative skills in a range of business and management contexts
PO6Competence - Role
 (a)On successful completion of the programme, the graduate will be expected to be able to: Take direction, accept criticism and use feedback to enhance own performance and that of others Participate constructively, (contribute and collaborate) in a multidisciplinary team environment, across the core business areas Be self-directed in terms of time, motivation and planning; and self-aware to be open and sensitive to others
PO7Competence - Learning to Learn
 (a)On successful completion of the programme, the graduate will be expected to be able to: Integrate knowledge and work-life experiences Undertake autonomous, independent learning Identify learning needs and develop learning competencies through case study, discussion group and/or problem-based learning
PO8Competence - Insight
 (a)On successful completion of the programme the graduate will possess: Conceptual and analytical skills to enable them to question existing knowledge and theories Nurture an approach to his/her work that emphasises personal growth, awareness of self and others and the enrichment of interpersonal relationships Appreciate social, community and ethical issues in a business context
 

Semester Schedules

Stage 3 / Semester 1

Mandatory
Module Code Module Title
FNCE H2001 Financial Management 1
SALE H3007 Sales Management
COMM H3015 Professional Communications & Employment Preparation
INFO H3010 Business in the Digital Age
ENTR H3001 Enterprise Development
Elective
Module Code Module Title
MRMS H3004 Market Research in Practice
CSKF H3002 French 5
CSKS H3001 Spanish 5
CSKG H3001 German Sem 5

Stage 3 / Semester 2

Mandatory
Module Code Module Title
FNCE H3005 Financial Management 2
RMNG H3000 Retail Management
MNGT H3017 Operations & Quality Mngt
GAME H3000 Business Simulation
LAWS H3005 Company and Partnership Law
Elective
Module Code Module Title
WADO H3000 Web/App Design & Optimisation
CSKF H3003 French 6
GERM H3028 German 6
SPAN H3030 Spanish 6