BSc in Management with Psychology

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Business decision have to be made based on facts with cold blood. But can you really rule out all uncertainties, presumptions, even workplace stress and truly focus? If you know about the psychology of negotiation and decision-making, you will easily see through situations that appear difficult at first.

Programme Content

This is a specialisation of the Management programme.

This programme delivers an interdisciplinary understanding of generic business issues, providing you with a contextual understanding of the latest knowledge of psychology.

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Duration of programme6 semesters
Starting dateSeptember
Tuition fee per semester€ 3,300
One-off registration fee for non-EU citizens€ 900
Degree awarded byThe University of Buckingham
Common first yearYes
Work placement availableYes
Study abroad availableYes
Admission criteriaHigh School Leaving Certificate
Language of tuitionEnglish

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Career Opportunities

You will be trained to apply this knowledge in a varied range of contexts, such as managerial decision-making under uncertainty, organisational behaviour at the workplace, consumer psychology, testing methods for job applicants, business negotiation skills, change management and others. This complex knowledge may lead to employment as management consultant, HR specialist, or marketing account manager, just to name a few.

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Programme Structure

1Management and Business Context 1
1English 1
1Information and Communication Technology
1Legal Environment for Managers
1Business Ethics
1Academic Skills 1
1Decision Making Skills
2Management and Business Context 2
2English 2
2Finance for Managers
2General Orientation Option
2Management Information Systems
2Academic Skills 2
3Language and Culture 1
3General Orientation Option
3Career Development Skills
3Human Resource Management
3Behavioural Economics
4Language and Culture 2
4Organisational Behaviour
4Project Management
4Management Skills
4Quantitative Methods for Managers
4Psychology in Organisations
5Business Policy and Strategy
5Operations Management
5Option 3
5Option 4
5Option 5
6Final Semester Option
6Academic Writing Project

You can see the full indicative curriculum here (from academic year 2016/17) >>

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Meet our student, Emmi Sperrhake!