BS1131 Foundations of Man~dule Outline 2010-11

BS1131 Foundations of Man~dule Outline 2010-11 - BS1131...

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BS1131 FOUNDATIONS OF MANAGEMENT ABS 2010/11 B1131 1 Module Number: BS1131 Module Title: Foundations of Management 1 Number of Aston Credits : 10 Total Number of ECTS Credits: 5 (European Credit Transfer) Staff Member Responsible for the Module: Dr Josie Kelly Economics and Strategy Group (ABS) South Wing 9 th Floor j.t.kelly@aston.ac.uk Extension 3148 Office hours and appointments available on Blackboard Details of online appointments to follow. Other Staff Contributing to the Module: Dr Helen Higson Pro-Vice-Chancellor External Relations Main Building, Room G38a, Extension 3191 Email: h.e.higson@aston.ac.uk Availability: Please contact PA, Julie Ottley, Extension 3191 Email: j.m.e.ottley@aston.ac.uk Professor Pawan Budhwar Work & Organisational Psychology Group South Wing 8 th Floor, Extension 3049 Email: p.s.budhwar@aston.ac.uk Availability: Please see office hours on door or group administrator, Jenny Thompson, SW8002, Extension 3257 Lydia Matheson Information Specialist [Business] Library & Information Services, Extension 4507 Email: l.a.matheson@aston.ac.uk Availability: Please see library webpage or contact her directly Dr Michael Smets Economics & Strategy Group South Wing 9 th Floor SW 916 m.smets@aston.ac.uk Extension 5262
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BS1131 FOUNDATIONS OF MANAGEMENT ABS 2010/11 B1131 2 Pre-Requisite(s) for the Module: None Module Learning Outcomes: Knowledge and Understanding To successfully complete the module, students will be required to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding in the following areas; Comprehension of the links between the modules studied in year one of their degree programme; Have a broad overview of the economic, legislative and social structures factors that affect the relationships and structures of business and management; The use of concepts and theories used in the study of business and management; Awareness of intercultural difference and how to benefit from them Cognitive/Analytical Skills To successfully complete the module, students will be required to demonstrate their cognitive and analytical skills in the following areas; To have an overview of the range and necessity of using social and management science concepts to analyse business and management practise; Use of research skills to secure information and data to analyse a problem; The utilisation of new material and findings to plan and to compete a project with others; Subject Specific Skills To successfully complete the module, students will be required to demonstrate their subject specific skills in the following areas; Application and understanding of the multiple academic disciplines used in contemporary studies of business and management. Key/Transferrable Skills
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