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This is a programme of study that involves networking, software development technologies and architectures for the design and management of modern distributed computer systems and networks. The emphasis is on a software engineering approach based on sound modern software engineering project management methods, tools and techniques, which enable an integrated life cycle systems development view

The programme aims to provide students with the knowledge, skills and understanding required to allow them to contribute to the planning, design and management of modern network based computer systems. Students will gain the understanding of critical evaluation of existing technology options, future developments, protocols, architecture and tools needed to support the development and delivery of advanced network services. Upon successful completion of this Master’s programme graduates are expected to be proficient in the development of new enterprise distributed and/or web-enabled systems, the integration of legacy systems into intranets or extranets, and advanced data and telecommunication technologies

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This programme has been created with the active involvement of the computing and networking industry and has been designed to meet the growing demand for graduates with the knowledge and technical skills to design, create, operate and maintain network infrastructure for modern distributed enterprise computer systems. Students work with the latest technologies to develop a sound theoretical understanding and in-depth practical experience of advanced networking, including cutting-edge developments in mobile computing

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Students employ with the latest technologies and programming languages and to develop a sound theoretical understanding and in-depth practical experience of designing, constructing and modifying a wide range of software systems

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Students work with the latest technologies to develop a sound theoretical understanding and in-depth practical experience of advanced networking, including cutting-edge developments in mobile computing. They will also acquire expertise in the design and management of modern distribution computer systems using the latest software and development technologies

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The programme – Pre-Graduate in Networking – has been introduced to enable students with qualifications such as CCNA, CCNP, MCTS, MCITP, MCSE and Diploma in Network Engineering or any other Professional or/ and Academic qualification more than one year duration and with equivalent to one year syllabus of a Degree programme with relevant work experience for two years in a recognized company to directly enter to the Pre-Graduate in Networking programme and the overall qualifications together will be equivalent to a Higher National Diploma and hence eligible to enter final year of the BSc (Hons) in Networking programme

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This is a focused programme of study involving advanced Computing and software development technologies and architectures, for the design and management of modern distributed computing. The programme aims to provide graduates, with the deep knowledge, skills and understanding required to allow them to contribute to the planning, design and management of modern software engineering concepts

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The BA (Hons) in Business Management Top-Up programme awarded by Anglia Ruskin University through London School of Marketing is designed to encourage the development of these essential skills. You will learn how to critically evaluate key business models and apply them to a real-life problem at a strategic level by conducting your very own research project.

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This Marketing programme is aimed at producing graduates who are empowered with essential marketing tools and knowledge sought by employers in today’s dynamic global workplace. The BA (Hons) in Marketing Top-Up qualification is designed to give you a comprehensive in-depth understanding of the key skills and practices used by marketing executives and their organisations to make informed marketing decisions that are vital to the success of any business.

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This MA in Marketing & Innovation Top Up is designed for graduates of any discipline wanting to pursue a career in marketing and strategic marketing management.

This Master’s degree course aims to broaden your existing knowledge on marketing and supplement your work experience with the contemporary skills and concepts marketing managers need to become successful professionals in their field.

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This MBA is designed to equip you with essential modern management skills and knowledge, and prepare you with an enterprising spirit grounded on solid business practices. This MBA Top Up also aims to provide you with analytical and decision-making capabilities in order to face from the rapid changes seen in today’s growing business environment. You will study tools and techniques that will help you develop and manage products and services that will be competitive internationally.

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These HND programmes are designed for individuals who wishing to pursue their careers in the fields of business, specializing in marketing, management, or tourism and hospitality.  These programmes will produce graduates who are empowered with essential tools and knowledge sought by employers in today’s dynamic global work place.Read More

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BA (Hons) Accounting and Business

 

Duration:                   3 years full-time

Total credit rating:    360

 

Level 4 – with effect from September 2013

 

Candidates are required to take:

BMM 4402           Business Economics                                                   Sem 2                20 credits

BMM 4412           Management and Organisational Behaviour                Sem 1                20 credits

BMM 4422           Marketing Fundamentals                                             Sem 1                20 credits

BMM 4432           Operations Management                                             Sem 2                20 credits

BMM 4442           Management and Financial Accounting                 Sem 1                20 credits

BMM 4452           Professional Development and Placement 1               Sem 1 & 2          20 credits

BMM 4000            Programme Level Assessment                                   

 

International students with an IELTS level below 6.5 at entry are required to take the following module instead of BMM 4452 (PDP1):

BMM 4462           English for Academic Purposes 1                               Sem 1 & 2          20 credits

 

Level 5 – with effect from September 2014

 

Candidates are required to take:

BMM 5402           Professional Development and Placement 2               Sem 1 & 2          20 credits

BMM 5412           Financial Management                                             Sem 1                20 credits

BMM 5422           Legal Issues for Management                                 Sem 1                20 credits

BMM 5572           Financial Accounting                                               Sem 2                20 credits

BMM 5582           Business Research                                                     Sem 2                20 credits

BMM 5552           People Management                                                   Sem 2                20 credits

 

Level 6 – with effect from September 2015

 

Candidates are required to take:

BMM 6542           Audit and Assurance                                                Sem 2                20 credits

BMM 6582           e-business & e-marketing                                           Sem 1                20 credits

BMM 6422           Business and Management Strategy                           Sem 1                20 credits

BMM 6552           Financial Reporting                                                  Sem 2                20 credits

 

Candidates are required to choose one of:

BMM 6442           Research Project                                                      Sem 1 & 2          20 credits

BMM 6452           Professional Learning through Work                      Sem 1 & 2          20 credits

 

Candidates are required to choose one of:

BMM 6462           Business Ethics                                                          Sem 2                20 credits

BMM 6472           International Management                                           Sem 2                20 credits

BMM 6482           Leadership                                                                   Sem 2                 20 credits

BMM 6302           Entrepreneurship and Creativity                                  Sem 1 & 2          20 credits

BMM 6502           International Marketing                                               Sem 2                20 credits

 

 

Note:  Programme-bespoke modules are highlighted in bold; specialist modules shared with other programmes are in bold italics; generic modules shared with other programmes are not highlighted.

 

 

Programme Level Assessment: Level 4 students in AY2015/16 will study modules worth 120 credits and at the end of the year will also take a Programme Level Assessment (PLA). This takes place over the three weeks and brings together the skills and knowledge you have developed across all of the modules studied. The PLA is marked on a Pass/Fail basis and you must achieve a pass in the PLA to pass the first year and progress into Level 5 (also see the section on Taught Course Academic Regulations).

 

 

 

 

BA (Hons) Business & Management

 

Duration:                      3 years full-time / 6 years part-time

Total credit rating:       360

 

Please refer to section 8 and the Prospectus for entry requirements.

 

Level 4 – with effect from September 2012

 

Candidates are required to take:

BMM 4402           Business Economics                                                   Sem 2                20 credits

BMM 4412           Management & Organisational Behaviour                   Sem 1                20 credits

BMM 4422           Marketing Fundamentals                                             Sem 1                20 credits

BMM 4432           Operations Management                                             Sem 2                20 credits

BMM 4442           Management & Financial Accounting                          Sem 1                20 credits

BMM 4452           Professional Development & Placement 1                  Sem 2                20 credits

BMM 4000            Programme Level Assessment

 

International students (with IELTS levels below 6.5) are required to take the following module instead of BMM4452 (PDP1):

BMM 4462           English for Academic Purposes 1                               Sem 1& 2           20 credits

 

Level 5 – with effect from September 2013

Progression requirements: 120 credits from Level 4.

 

Candidates are required to take:

BMM 5402           Professional Development & Placement 2                  Sem 1&2            20 credits

BMM 5412           Financial Management                                                Sem 1                20 credits

BMM 5422           Legal Issues for Management                                     Sem 1                20 credits

BMM 5562           Marketing Communications                                    Sem 2                20 credits

BMM 5582           Business Research                                                     Sem 2                20 credits

BMM 5552           People Management                                                 Sem 2                20 credits

 

International students (with IELTS levels below 6.5) are required to take the following module instead of BMM5402 (PDP2):

BMM 5302           English for Academic Purposes 2                               Sem 1& 2           20 credits

 

Level 6 – with effect from September 2014

Progression requirements: 120 credits from Level 4 plus 120 credits from Level 5.

 

Candidates are required to take:

BMM 6492           Corporate Sustainability                                          Sem 2                20 credits

BMM 6582           e-business and e-marketing                                        Sem 1                20 credits

BMM 6422           Business & Management Strategy                          Sem 1                20 credits

BMM 6472           International Management                                       Sem 2                20 credits

 

Candidates are required to choose 20 credits from:

BMM 6442           Research Project                                                        Sem 1&2            20 credits

BMM 6452           Professional Learning through Work                           Sem 1&2            20 credits

 

Candidates are required to choose 20 credits from:

BMM 6462           Business Ethics                                                          Sem 2                20 credits

BMM 6482           Leadership                                                                  Sem 2                20 credits

BMM 6552           Financial Reporting                                                     Sem 2                20 credits

BMM 6502           International Marketing                                               Sem 2                20 credits

 

Programme Level Assessment: Level 4 students in AY2015/16 will study modules worth 120 credits and at the end of the year will also take a Programme Level Assessment (PLA). This takes place over the three weeks and brings together the skills and knowledge you have developed across all of the modules studied. The PLA is marked on a Pass/Fail basis and you must achieve a pass in the PLA to pass the first year and progress into Level 5 (also see the section on Taught Course Academic Regulations).

 

 

 

BA (Hons) Business & Marketing

 

Duration:                        3 years full-time / 6 years part-time

Total credit rating:        360

 

Please refer to section 8 and the Prospectus for entry requirements.

 

Level 4 – with effect from September 2012

 

Candidates are required to take:

BMM 4402           Business Economics                                                   Sem 2                 20 credits

BMM 4412           Management & Organisational Behaviour                   Sem 1                 20 credits

BMM 4422           Marketing Fundamentals                                         Sem 1                 20 credits

BMM 4432           Operations Management                                             Sem 2                 20 credits

BMM 4442           Management & Financial Accounting                          Sem 1                 20 credits

BMM 4452           Professional Development & Placement 1                   Sem 1&2            20 credits

BMM 4000            Programme Level Assessment

 

International students (with IELTS levels below 6.5) are required to take the following module instead of BMM4452 (PDP1):

BMM 4462           English for Academic Purposes 1                               Sem 1& 2           20 credits

 

Level 5 – with effect from September 2013

Progression requirements: 120 credits from Level 4.

 

Candidates are required to take:

BMM 5402           Professional Development & Placement 2                   Sem 1&2            20 credits

BMM 5412           Financial Management                                                Sem 1                 20 credits

BMM 5422           Legal Issues for Management                                     Sem 1                 20 credits

BMM 5562           Marketing Communications                                         Sem 2                 20 credits

BMM 5582           Business Research                                                     Sem 2                 20 credits

BMM 5292           Services Marketing                                                     Sem 2                 20 credits

 

International students (with IELTS levels below 6.5) are required to take the following module instead of BMM5402 (PDP2):

BMM 5302           English for Academic Purposes 2                               Sem 1& 2           20 credits

 

Level 6 – with effect from September 2014

Progression requirements: 120 credits from Level 4 plus 120 credits from Level 5.

 

Candidates are required to take:

BMM 6242           Marketing Strategy & Planning                                    Sem 1                 20 credits

BMM 6422           Business & Management Strategy                              Sem 1                 20 credits

BMM 6582           e-business & e-marketing                                            Sem 1                 20 credits

 

Candidates are required to choose 20 credits from:

BMM 6442           Research Project                                                        Sem 1&2            20 credits

BMM 6452           Professional Learning through Work                           Sem 1&2            20 credits

 

Candidates are required to choose 40 credits from:

BMM 6302           Entrepreneurship and Creativity                                  Sem 2                 20 credits

BMM 6462           Business Ethics                                                           Sem 2                 20 credits

BMM 6482           Leadership                                                                  Sem 2                 20 credits

BMM 6472           International Management                                           Sem 2                 20 credits

BMM 6502           International Marketing                                                Sem 2                 20 credits

BMM 6552           Financial Reporting                                                     Sem 2                 20 credits

 

Programme Level Assessment: Level 4 students in AY2015/16 will study modules worth 120 credits and at the end of the year will also take a Programme Level Assessment (PLA). This takes place over the three weeks and brings together the skills and knowledge you have developed across all of the modules studied. The PLA is marked on a Pass/Fail basis and you must achieve a pass in the PLA to pass the first year and progress into Level 5 (also see the section on Taught Course Academic Regulations).

 

 

 

 

MBA

 

Duration:                 1 year full-time (2 years part-time)

 

Total credit rating:    180 (ECTS: 90)

 

Core:  Students are required to take:

MBF 7202              Financial Strategy and Business Operations              Term 1              20 credits

MBA 7192              Operations and Global Supply Chain Management    Term 1              20 credits

MBA 7032                Strategic Marketing and Planning                             Term 1              20 credits

 

MBA 7002              Leadership and Professional Development                Term 2              20 credits

MBA 7822              Corporate and International Strategy                         Term 2              20 credits  

 

Options:  Students are required to choose 1 module from:                               Term 3                20 credits

MBA 7062              Starting and Growing Your Own Business                                         

MBA 7072              Human Resources Management                                                        

MBA 7092              Project Management

MBA 7112                Services Marketing 

 

In order to be eligible for the award of MBA all students are required to take the 60-credit module:

MBA 7106         Management Consultancy Project           T3/Summer       60 credits