Our BA (Hons) Business and Management (Law) degree offers a diverse programme that will equip you with the business skills to work in a range of sectors. Your chosen pathway in Law will enable you to specialise in areas of business with significant legal regulation.
We’ll help you develop as a person to achieve your potential through teaching you about law. We aim to give you the skills to apply your knowledge in a wide range of situations in any sector.
Following our law pathway, you’ll develop specialist skills. You’ll also develop an understanding of:
Contract, Tort, Consumer Protection and Employment Law;
White collar crimes such as fraud, insider trading,money laundering and identity theft;
Business property including Intellectual Property.
You can also bring in modules from areas outside the law pathway if you want to explore issues around a particular ‘theme’, such as sustainability or economics.
Typical offer range for UK / EU applicants
260–300 UCAS Tariff points
Year one ensures you have a broad and grounded knowledge of business today, giving a platform to develop specialised knowledge as you progress through the course. You´ll explore how organisations work, how they are managed and how they interact with the business environment. You´ll gain an understanding of economic thinking. You´ll develop management skills in gathering and assessing information and data, in making and communicating decisions and in evaluating their effect.
In year two you´ll specialise in law as well as learning about the functions of a business and how these interrelate. You’ll start to form opinions about how businesses manage the challenges that are presented to them on a daily basis. You´ll have the opportunity to work on projects and to use business techniques to solve problems, and you’ll start to develop your employability skills before seeking a placement at the end of this study year.
At the end of Year two you have the option to choose a ten month placement or a shorter ten week placement in a business. This is an invaluable chance to apply your legal knowledge and business skills in the real world, making you even more attractive to employers.
In your final year, when you finish your placement, you´ll practice, develop, challenge and explore all your business learning, and examine management as an integrating activity. In your law-related dissertation you´ll explore in depth a topic related to law or regulation that really interests you. You’ll also have the opportunity to work individually or with colleagues to develop and set up a business, and you’ll study a specialist law option.
Employers such as Logica, NHS, Liberty, Ocado, IBM, Marks and Spencer, American Express, Sky and Numatic International have recruited graduates from this course. Students have also gone into roles including Business Analyst, IT Services Analyst, Project Officer, Business Development Manager, Account Executive and Brand Planner.
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