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B.Sc. in Management

Start Date


27 Months

Excluding Holidays



MQF Lvl 6

180 ECTS

Course Modules

24 Modules

23 Compulsory

3 Electives

1 Dissertation


€ 12,500

Prerequisites in detail

Candidates who apply must have a:

  • a qualification at MQF level 4 (one ‘A’ level or equivalent in any subject); and
  • a pass in English language and Mathematics at MQF level 3 (‘O’ level or equivalent).

Preference will be given to prospective students having 1 year work experience related to the study programme.

Do you meet these required prerequisites?

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HDBM5_16.3_1_6 Underpinning Principles of Management

HDBM5_16.3_2_6 Project Management

HDBM5_16.3_3_6 Operations Management

HDBM5_16.3_4_6 Financial Management

HDBM5_16.3_5_6 Human Resources

In this unit the learners will appreciate how the disciplines of HRM and HRD have developed over the years as well as understand the basic foundations of HRM and HRD in today’s management world. Learners will comprehend the relation between sound HR strategies and practices and come to terms with the factors influencing viability and survival of any business enterprise. Thus they will familiarise themselves with the HR cycle from resourcing, to performing, to appreciating the value of training and development as main tools for employee growth in terms of succession and career planning.
Learners will understand and practice some of the main HR tools required in today’s management world. Learners will also understand how to influence employee engagement and commitment towards work and thus increase in efficiency and effectiveness of operations. In addition learners will understand and apply job design theory to practice, familiarise themself with the role of job design and understand the steps in solving a job design issue.

HDBM5_16.3_6_6 Service-driven Organisations

When one mentions customer care, one might ask why such a subject is relevant for budding managers. However, a manager with good customer care skills and knowledge will come in handy since at the end of the day the most difficult customer care complaints and dilemmas will end up on the manager’s desk. Also, nowadays clients or consumers know their rights more than they used to in the past and more often than not request to speak with a manager to resolve their issues.
Also, a manager with good customer care skills has the possibility to feel closer to clients and be able to understand their needs and complaints thus when planning for the future of the organisation one has a more clear vision of what the client is feeling and really needs. Also it is important for a manager to be so close to the customer since more often than not the manager is the one who needs to take certain decisions.
In addition a manager who is familiar with the different departments and components under own supervision will give one an advantage with understanding the job and be more realistic when dealing with the employees working in customer care. Also, the manager has the added benefit of being able to mentor and give advice to the employees working in the sector.

HDBM5_16.3_7_6 Decision Making Techniques in Management

HDBM5_16.3_8_6 Strategic Management

HDBM5_16.3_9_6 Entrepreneurship

HDBM5_16.3_10_6 Marketing Management

Marketing is the method used to inform people about a particular product or service, in order to encourage people to buy more, thus making an increase in sales. In such an environment profitability is paramount and customers’ needs must be identified and satisfied. The Marketing concept is about creating satisfied customers. This can be done through coordinating the development, pricing, promotion and distribution of products, services and ideas and thus creating a good marketing mix for the target audience.

HDBM5_16.3_11_6 Economics

Economics studies the production and consumption of goods, the transfer of money to produce and obtain these goods as well as explains the interaction of people with the market. Therefore good knowledge of economics gives the manager the tools and skills to understand the market that his/her company is playing in. Thus, sound knowledge of economics is very important for a manager to take the right decision and drive the company in the right direction successfully.

HDBM5_16.3_12_6 Principles of Accounting

Accounts are important for a company since it calculates the revenues and involves prepation of the appropriate paperwork relating to the financial aspect of the company. Also, it is very important to learn the accepted manner in which to present and keep such documents due to legal implications that the company might face in case of any irregularities.

HDBM5_16.3_13_6 Applied Critical Thinking

HDBM5_16.3_14_6 Sales Management

HDBM5_16.3_15_6 Management Functions

HDBM5_16.3_16_6 Business Roles

Like everything in life in a business environment, there are roles that one needs to play for everything to run smoothly and coherently. Roles give a business structure, a form of unwritten rules which the players recognise and follow. A good manager needs to be familiar with these roles, identify the best people to suit the job and constantly nurture them since the success of the organisation is closely related to how well it is managed, led and that communication is kept open and transparent with the colleagues and team.

HDBM5_16.3_17_6 Functional Management Skills

To complete a project from start to end successfully one needs a good plan, but the plan is not enough, one also needs the skills and tools to aid with the task at hand. Therefore, for a manager to identify and complete a project successfully, s/he needs the knowledge required to be able to identify the routes to be taken and also the skills required to apply oneself for the task at hand and delegate tasks and roles to the appropriate parties.

BSMG6_20.2_1_6 Introduction to Management and Organisation Studies

BSMG6_20.2_2_6 Economics Principles

BSMG6_20.2_3_6 Leadership and Leadership Development

BSMG6_20.2_4_6 Fundamentals of Finance and Management Accounting

BSMG6_20.2_5_6 Work Psychology

BSMG6_20.2_6_6 Introduction to Research Methods

BSMG6_20.2_7_6 Project Management

BSMG6_20.2_8_6 Professional and Academic Skills for Business

The aim of this module is to equip students with transferable skills that will be useful in both their undergraduate studies and future careers. This module gives them the tools and focus they need to become lifelong, self-directed learners. These include:

  • Researching and reporting information;
  • Thinking logically and solving problems creatively;
  • Working effectively in teams;
  • Managing conflict; and
  • Making decisions.

BSMG6_20.2_9_6 Data Analytics for Business


The dissertation is a compulsory element of the BSc in Management.
The aim of it is to produce an original piece of research work on a clearly defined topic. Additionally, it is to enable the student to develop deeper knowledge, understanding, capabilities and attitudes in the context of the programme of study.