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1 UNIVERSITY OF BRADFORD School of Management Programme title: Master in Business Administration Awarding and teaching institution: Final award: Programme title: Programme accredited by: University of Bradford Master in Business Administration [Framework for Higher Education Qualifications level 7] Postgraduate Diploma [Framework for Higher Education Qualifications level 7] Postgraduate Certificate [Framework for Higher Education Qualifications level 7] Business Administration AMBA Duration: Relevant subject benchmark statements(s): FHEQ Level: Full-time: 12 months Accelerated: 10 months Date produced: March 2010 Last updated : June 2015 Introduction Business and Management (2007) 7 In accordance with the University s mission Making Knowledge Work, the School of Management aims to provide programmes that educate individuals as managers and business specialists, and thereby improve the quality of management as a profession. The School s first MBA programme was launched on a full-time basis in 1975 and is one of the oldest MBA programmes in the UK. Currently, in addition to the Full-time programme, the School offers Executive, Distance Learning and Accelerated versions of the MBA programme. All versions share a common structure and content and differ only in the form of assessment and delivery mechanism used. The Bradford MBA consists of 3 distinct stages (see below for further details) representing 1800 hours of study, through which students accrue the 180 UK credits necessary for the award of a Master s degree. mba-ft-and-accelerated docx Page 1

2 Full-time As a full-time student on this version of the MBA programme you can expect to attend classes and study during the normal working week, although some shorter periods of evening and weekend working may be necessary depending on the option modules chosen. Currently, this programme has a September entry point. Accelerated As a student on the accelerated programme you will have similar backgrounds and managerial experience to those on the full-time programme but have the drive, energy and commitment to undertake an intensive period of full-time study. This programme has a single point of entry (January), which is delivered over a 10 month period using components of the full-time programme, thus you can expect to be engaged in weekly, evening, and block work. Delivery points The Bradford MBA programme is also offered in Italy (Perugia University), Hong Kong, Singapore, Manila and Dubai. Opportunities to take modules at these institutions are available and student exchanges between Bradford and its partner institutions are encouraged. Programme Aims The aim of the Bradford MBA is to develop management professionals equipped with the knowledge, skills and expertise to provide the strategic leadership necessary to effect the transformational change to create and maintain a sustainable business future for national and international organisations. The general management focus of the Bradford MBA is concerned with developing management professionals who can provide effective and ethical leadership in business. Programme Learning Outcomes When you have completed the programme you will be able to: LO1. A systemic and critical understanding of management knowledge and awareness of contemporary business issues, and current research and practice in business administration; LO2. A broad but rigorous understanding of the concepts, constructs and frameworks applicable to business administration and of the tools and techniques used to support decision making; LO3. Specialist knowledge of international business activities and the practical implications cultural differences can bring to business conducted across national boundaries; mba-ft-and-accelerated docx Page 2

3 LO4. The ability to critically appraise current research and advanced scholarship in management to support the formulation of solutions to contemporary business problems; LO5. The ability to critically evaluate and develop investigative designs that will facilitate the collection of data to support the construction and presentation of business cases; LO6. A personal and critical understanding of sustainability and to be able to make business decisions, taking into account the complexity of the sustainability agenda in its broadest sense; LO7. Adaptability and originality in tackling and solving problems, and the ability to work cooperatively with others and provide ethical leadership in bringing about strategic transformational change; LO8. To exercise personal initiative and responsibility in effecting solutions to complex strategic business problems surrounding by uncertain business intelligence and incomplete data; LO9. The ability to assess on-going professional and career development needs and to take action to maintain the knowledge and skills required to practice. Curriculum The MBA is delivered in three stages, the first of these stages covers the core modules which introduce students to the functional disciplines of management. Core modules provide the knowledge, skills and techniques that are fundamental to the area of management and provide the foundations for stage 2 of the programme. In stage two, students study a number of specialist modules that build on the core modules taught in the previous stage of the programme. The range and availability of modules in this stage varies each year according to demand and the availability of specialist staff. All programmes are subject to annual review, which determines which modules will be available. The degree of choice also depends on the programme. During this stage students also take modules in Strategic Management, which is an integrative module and Business Research, which provides students with the tools and techniques to undertake the management project. The third and final stage of the programme involves the completion of a management project. The management project requires students to apply their knowledge and expertise to real and challenging organisational issues. These may be suggested by the student, i.e. could be based on previous experience or anticipated future business engagement, or be a project proposed by a local enterprise/organisation. Sustainability and ethical management is a central tenet of the Bradford MBA. Consequentially, students can expect to be confronted by these issues throughout the programme. Foundation modules encourage students to reflect on how the mba-ft-and-accelerated docx Page 3

4 performance of core management activities such as operations, marketing and human resource management impact on the environment, society and the economy, e.g. through purchasing decisions, marketing strategies and recruitment policies, etc. In the second stage of the programme, modules designed to develop specialisms provide students with the opportunity to explore their emerging understanding in more detail, e.g. by studying material recovery mechanisms in supply chains and considering the role of consumer behaviour in sustainable business models. Stage one: The modules studied by programme are shown below: Full-time Module Code Module Title Type Credits Level Study period MAN4101M Business Economics C 10 7 Sep Dec MAN4055M Business Accounting C 10 7 Sep Dec MAN4045M Marketing C 10 7 Sep Dec MAN4050M Operations Management C 10 7 Sep Dec MAN4230M Managing People C 10 7 Sep Dec MAN4094M Strategic Management C 10 7 Jan Apr MAN4214M Business Research C 10 7 Jan Apr MAN4512M Sustainability and CSR Sustainability C and CSR 10 C 710 Jan 7 Jul Jan - Jul MAN4314M Managerial and Professional Development C 10 7 Jan Jul MAN4074M Business Simulation C 10 7 Jan Jul Accelerated Module Code Module Title Type Credits Level Study period MAN4101M Business Economics C 10 7 Jan Apr MAN4055M Business Accounting C 10 7 Jan Apr MAN4045M Marketing C 10 7 Jan Apr MAN4050M Operations Management C 10 7 Jan Apr MAN4230M Managing People C 10 7 Jan Apr MAN4094M Strategic Management C 10 7 Jan Apr MAN4214M Business Research C 10 7 Jan - Apr MAN4512M Sustainability and CSR C 10 7 Jan - Jul MAN4314M Managerial and Professional Development C 10 7 Jan Jul MAN4074M Business Simulation C 10 7 Jan Jul mba-ft-and-accelerated docx Page 4

5 Stage two: Full-time: students taking this programme have a choice of four option modules (see appendix), which are taken in stage two of the programme. These are available from January through to June. Additional option modules are available at partner institutions as part of the student exchange programme. Accelerated: students taking this programme also have a choice of four option modules, which can be taken between April and June. A list of typical option modules available at Bradford is shown in the appendix. Additional option modules are also available at partner institutions during this period. Stage three: On completion of stages one and two, students complete a MBA Management Project. Full-time Module Code Module Title Type Credits Level Study period MAN4068Q MBA Management Project C 40 7 July Sep Accelerated Module Code Module Title Type Credits Level Study period MAN4068Q MBA Management Project C 40 7 July - Oct On successful completion of 180 credits students are eligible for the award of MBA. Students who successfully complete 120 credits or more but less than the 180 credits required for the MBA award are eligible for the Postgraduate Diploma in Business and Management. Students who successfully complete 60 credits or more but less than the 120 credits required for the Postgraduate Diploma are eligible for the Postgraduate Certificate in Business and Management. In addition to the assessed components of the programme, there are a number of skills-based non-assessed programmes available to students on programmes delivered in Bradford. These students also have the opportunity to attend sessions on study and presentation skills in order to assist with the preparation of their personal development portfolio. The curriculum may change, subject to the University's programme approval, monitoring and review procedures. Teaching and Assessment Strategies The Bradford MBA programme aims to integrate applied and theoretical knowledge with assessment processes that test knowledge, application and analysis of the disciplines. mba-ft-and-accelerated docx Page 5

6 Teaching on the programme comprises a combination of formal lectures, group discussions, tutorials, seminars, directed reading and personal research. Case study analysis and discussion is used widely to contextualise the learning and the application of techniques. Students are assigned to small study groups for this purpose, which encourage participative learning, provides experience of working with people from different cultures and helps develop leadership, organisational and project management skills. Each module represents approximately 100 hours' study time of which typically 30 hours is contact time with the programme tutor(s). One or more texts provide the basis for most modules but students are encouraged to develop their understanding by making use of the School s library and online facilities to undertake personal research. Additionally, a detailed manual is provided with each module which includes details of the preparatory work required. Additional support materials cases, video clips, audio recording, lecture notes/slides, etc. are also provided via the School s VLE. To effectively assess whether a student has achieved a module s learning outcomes a combination of assessment approaches are typically used on the Bradford MBA, e.g. group work and presentations may be used to assess a student s leadership and communication skills and ability to make a convincing business case; individual assignments and written reports may be used to assess a student s ability to conduct personal research, to make sense of and synthesise current research and advanced scholarship, to critically evaluate options and present solutions; case studies and business simulations may be used to assess a student s understanding of a body of knowledge, the ability to make business decisions with incomplete information and to work as an effective team member; whilst the project is used to assess a student s overall capacity to apply learning in realistic situations and develop original solutions to complex problems. Because, each module will support several learning outcomes, multiple methods of assessment may be applied in each module. Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) The University of Bradford is committed to providing its students with opportunities to learn about sustainable development (SD). The School of Management sees sustainable development as a key business issue and recognises the need for all its graduates to be aware of sustainable development issues, and to understand the way in which their discipline and professional practice can impact on sustainability. The School is working to explicitly integrate ESD into its Learning Teaching and Assessment strategy; in the current EQUIS accreditation documentation the following is stated - as a School we are: committing ourselves to the principles of education for sustainable development within the curriculum, in line with the University's position as an 'Ecoversity' (p5) In the context of Ecoversity and the University s commitment to ESD, the School has reflected on the issues confronting management education and practice related to SD and has concluded that, where possible and appropriate, there is pedagogic value in incorporating ESD throughout the programme s modules. This approach supports the programme s emphasis on developing philosophical understanding, critical thinking and research as a method of problem solving. mba-ft-and-accelerated docx Page 6

7 The key issues that will be emphasized under ESD have been developed through a curriculum review process, referenced against the UNESCO framework for ESD. The key issues, drawn from the UNESCO framework for ESD, are: Respect for the dignity and human rights of all people throughout the world and a commitment to social and economic justice for all Respect for the human rights of future generations and a commitment to intergenerational responsibility Respect for cultural diversity and a commitment to build locally and globally a culture of tolerance, non-violence and peace Respect and care for the greater community of life in all its diversity which involves the protection and restoration of the Earth's ecosystems. These represent the foundations on which critical thinking is developed. Many of the programme s lecturers and supervisors are critical management theorists, whose goal is to root out the (often unthinking) oppression, indignities and injustices that feature in organisational life. For students working and managing organisations, how their activities contribute to SD is brought into focus by addressing these issues in their taught modules and in their personal research. Throughout, a critical approach to SD is adopted and students are encouraged to consider the nuances of the SD statements, the contradictory research evidence that surrounds the SD debates, and how theories and knowledge become legitimised. The University s policy on SD, the School of Management s policy, and the UNESCO statement are in the Programme Handbook. Assessment Regulations Whilst this Programme conforms to the general principles set out in the standard University Assessment Regulations for Postgraduate Programmes which are available at the link below, there is one exception to these regulations, which is detailed below. Waiver On completion of the taught element of the programme and at the Interim Exam Board, a student who has 50 credits or more requiring supplementary assessment will not be permitted to proceed to the dissertation stage of the programme. The decision to allow progression will only be reconsidered at the Supplementary Exam Board. Admission Requirements The University welcomes applications from all potential students regardless of their previous academic experience; offers are made following detailed consideration of each individual application. Most important in the decision to offer a place is our assessment of a candidate s potential to benefit from their studies and of their ability to succeed on this particular programme. Entrance requirements for each programme will vary but consideration of your application will be based on a combination of your formal academic qualifications and other relevant experience. mba-ft-and-accelerated docx Page 7

8 If you have prior certificated learning or professional experience which may be equivalent to parts of this programme, the University has procedures to evaluate this learning in order to provide you with exemptions from specified modules contained within the curriculum. Please talk to us if you do not fit the standard pattern of entry qualifications. We are continually reviewing and developing our practices and policies to make the University more inclusive, but if you are disabled we may need to make some adjustments to make sure that you are not disadvantaged. We would advise you to contact the programme leader before you apply to discuss these. Applications for the School s taught postgraduate programmes are made directly to the School and are processed through the recruitment office. All applications are considered on their individual merits and will be assessed using a portfolio approach, which takes into account professional status and experience as well as academic achievement. An acceptable profile of an applicant with formal academic qualifications would be: At least 3 years postgraduate work experience including experience in a supervisory, managerial or business capacity; evidence of numeracy and literacy competences, e.g. a satisfactory GMAT 1, which is valid for the year of entry; a good first degree or equivalent overseas qualification from a recognised institution, and; an approved test in English, if English is not the applicant s first language. An acceptable profile of an applicant with recognised professional qualifications would be: At least 5 years work experience in a professional capacity, post qualification; evidence of numeracy and literacy competences, e.g. a satisfactory GMAT, which is valid for the year of entry, and; an approved test in English, if English is not the applicant s first language. An acceptable profile of an applicant without formal academic or professional qualifications would be: Significant managerial or business leadership experience (normally 8 years); evidence of numeracy and literacy competences, e.g. a satisfactory GMAT, which is valid for the year of entry; an academic recommendation based on a one-to-one Interview, and; an approved test in English, if English is not the applicant s first language. As the programme is delivered entirely in English, applicants must be able to demonstrate proficiency in the English language thus, UK educated students must have a GCSE grade C or above. Non-native speakers must have a 6.5 score on IELTS test of English, 94 in the internet-based TOEFL or a score of 60 or more in the Pearson English Test exceptionally, holders of a UK degree awarded within 2 years prior to entry to the Bradford programme may be exempt from these English test requirements. Applicants may be invited to take an online numeracy and literacy test and to discuss their application with a member of the Bradford admissions team. Test results, 1 The nominal score varies between countries. Consequentially, all applications are individually assessed against national norms. mba-ft-and-accelerated docx Page 8

9 references, and the overall quality of an applicant s profile will determine whether an offer of a place is made. The University of Bradford also welcomes applications from people with disabilities, and these will be considered on the same academic grounds as are applied to all applicants. Accredited Prior Learning (APL) is not permitted on the Full-time and Accelerated MBA programmes. Limited (APL) is permitted on the Executive and DL MBA programmes (see separate programme specification). Applicants who are holders of a Postgraduate Certificate in Business Administration awarded by the School of Management within three years of the proposed date of enrolment on the MBA programme will be exempt from any modules covered by the certificate up to a maximum of 60 credits (Postgraduate Certificates awarded as an MBA exit award are not eligible). All students are expected to have access to appropriate personal computing facilities. Learning Resources The JB Priestley Library on the city campus and the specialist library in the School of Management provide a wide range of printed and electronic resources to support students registered on its programmes. Quiet study space is provided for those wishing to work on your own, and group study areas are available for those needing to discuss work with fellow students. Subject librarians are also available to provide training sessions and guidance in finding the information students need for assignments, etc. They can also advise on a range of scholarly activities. Student PC clusters are available in all University libraries and elsewhere on campus. Many of these are open 24/7. The University's wireless network can be used to access internet resources from personal laptops. Most online journals are available on the internet and University accounts, personal information and programme-related materials can be accessed this way. Staff are on hand during the daytime to help and there is a 24/7 IT helpline available; the School of Management, which is located on a self-contained facility, has a dedicated computer services centre. Student Support and Guidance Support and guidance is provided by the programme management team. International students can also take advantage of support and advice available at University level by the International office. In addition, a dedicated Careers Officer, Effective Learning Officer and Skills Development Officer are available at the School. All students become Associate members of the Alumni Association when they join the MBA programme and full members on graduation. Membership of the Alumni Association provides graduates of the School of Management s programmes with continued access to valuable careers advice and development materials that will assist with their professional development. The Hub (Student Support Centre) can provide information about a diverse range of issues such as accommodation, personal safety and tourist information. mba-ft-and-accelerated docx Page 9

10 International Students can access a range of additional advice and support services through the Hub. Learner Support Services provide confidential counselling and welfare services where students can get help with any aspect of their personal or academic life. Programme Team Support for students personally and in their studies is available from the programme management teams. Students are able to talk about any academic or personal concerns with a range of academic or support staff although dedicated pastoral support is provided by the Director of Study and MBA Programme Manager. Students are also provided with a comprehensive series of handbooks that can be consulted on a range of learning and practical issues whist programme/module tutors are available to consult on subject specific queries. Students Union The University of Bradford values the feedback provided by students and collaborate with the Students Union, through a system of student representatives and formal staff student liaison committees, so that any issues you wish to raise are addressed rapidly. The Students Union provide professional academic representation and advice. The Students Union and the University of Bradford work in partnership to provide confidential counselling and welfare services where you can get help with any aspect of your personal or academic life. Student Financial and Information Services (part of the Hub) will provide you with information about a diverse range of issues such as council tax, personal safety and tourist information. International Students can access a range of additional advice and support services through the Student s Union. Employability and Career Development The University is committed to helping students develop and enhance their employability profile, commitment towards a career pathway(s) and to implementing a career plan. Professional career guidance and development support is available throughout your time as a student and as a graduate from Career Development Services. The support available from Career Development Services includes a wide range of information resources, one to one appointments, a weekly workshop programme, a mentoring programme, graduate recruitment and careers fairs, plus information and help to you find part time work, summer work placements, internship programmes and graduate/postgraduate entry vacancies. In addition, some students will receive seminars and workshops delivered by Career Development Services as part of their programme of study. All students are encouraged to access Career Development Services at an early stage during their studies and to use the extensive resources available on their web site Career Development Services annually undertakes a survey of all postgraduates to find out their destination six months after graduation. The survey gathers data on the employment and further study routes graduates have entered and a range of other information including job roles, name and location of employers, salary details etc. The survey findings for each programme of study are presented on the programme mba-ft-and-accelerated docx Page 10

11 information pages on the University website and via Career Development Services website Additionally, the School of Management has its own dedicated careers team. The Career Development programme for postgraduate students consists of a programme of Job skills workshops which are offered throughout the year plus a summer programme that can be accessed by students when required. External guest presenters also provide specialist workshops (networking, mock assessment centres etc). One to one guidance from experienced Career Coaches is also available. All career information, online resources and postgraduate Job Opportunities can be accessed on the School of Management Career s website. A variety of extra online resources are also available. Learner Development Unit For postgraduate students on taught programmes who are looking to improve their marks during their time at university, study skills and maths advice is available to all regardless of degree discipline. Students can access a programme of interactive workshops and clinics which is delivered throughout the year. This is in addition to our extremely popular face-to-face guidance from our advisers, who also offer a wide range of online and paper based materials for self-study. Disability Disabled students will find a supportive environment at the School of Management where we are committed to ensuring that all aspects of student life are accessible to everyone. The Disability Service provides equipment and advice to help students with disabilities to get the most out of their time at Bradford and is a place where you can discuss any concerns about adjustments that may need to be made, whether these relate to study, personal care or other issues. For more information contact the Disability Service by phoning: or via University policies and initiatives Ecoversity Ecoversity is a strategic project of the University which aims to embed the principles of sustainable development into our decision-making, learning and teaching, research activities campus operations and lives of our staff and students. We do not claim to be a beacon for sustainable development but we aspire to become a leading University in this area. The facilities we create for teaching and learning, including teaching spaces, laboratories, IT labs and social spaces, will increasingly reflect our commitments to sustainable development. Staff and student participation in this initiative is crucial to its success and its inclusion in the programme specification is a clear signal that it is at the forefront of our thinking in programme development, delivery, monitoring and review. For more details see Further Information: mba-ft-and-accelerated docx Page 11

12 For further information, please check the University prospectus or contact Admissions. The Admissions Office The University of Bradford Richmond Road Bradford, BD7 1DP UK +44 (0) mmes/ The Postgraduate Office (MBA) School of Management The University of Bradford Emm Lane Bradford, BD9 4JL UK Tel: +44 (0) Fax: +44 (0) index.php The contents of this programme specification may change, subject to the University's regulations and programme approval, monitoring and review procedures. mba-ft-and-accelerated docx Page 12

13 Appendix A Indicative list of optional modules available at Bradford MAN4057M Capital Markets and Investment Management 10 MAN4307M Companies and the Law: Selected Regulatory Frameworks 10 MAN4250M Consumer Behaviour 10 MAN4071M Corporate Finance 10 MAN4253M Corporate Social Responsibility 10 MAN4059M Corporate Marketing 10 MAN4077M E-Business 10 MAN4016M Entrepreneurship 10 MAN4326M European Business Management 10 MAN4028M Financial Risk Management in European Banking 10 MAN4106M Global Supply Chain Management 10 MAN4188M Innovation and Intellectual Property 10 MAN4085M International Business Strategy 10 MAN4225M International Competitiveness 10 MAN4061M International Financial Management 10 MAN4063M International Marketing 10 MAN4299M Management Consulting 10 MAN4002M Management of Change 10 MAN4279M Management of International Business in Emerging Economies 10 MAN4001M Managerial Leadership 10 MAN4090M Marketing Communications 10 MAN4125M Mergers and Acquisitions 10 MAN4051M Project Management 10 MAN4069M Services Marketing 10 MAN4328M Strategic Information Systems 10 MAN4281M Sustainable Operations 10 mba-ft-and-accelerated docx Page 13

14 Appendix Bi: Curriculum map This table shows in which modules the main learning outcomes are developed and/or assessed. The curriculum map is the same for the FT and Accelerated MBA. Programme Learning Outcomes Stage 1 Module L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 L6 L7 L8 L9 Core MAN4101M A A A S S S A Core MAN4055M A A S A S A A Core MAN4045M A A A S S A Core MAN4050M A A A A S A Core MAN4230M A A A S A A S - Stage 2 Core MAN4094M A A S S A A A A S Core MAN4214M A A A S A Core MAN4512M A A S A S Core MAN4314M A Core MAN4074M A A A A A S Option MAN4071M A A S A S S S Option MAN4001M A S S S Option MAN4069M S A A S S A Option MAN4057M S A A A Option MAN4016M A A A A A S S A A Option MAN4063M A A A A S S A A S Option MAN4281M A A A A A A Option MAN4077M A A A A A S S S Option MAN4051M A S S S Option MAN4002M A A S A A A A A S Option MAN4059M A A S A S A A Option MAN4085M A A A A A S A S Option MAN4307M S S A S S Option MAN4250M A A S A S mba-ft-and-accelerated docx Page 14

15 Option MAN4253M A A S A A A A S Option MAN4326M A A A A A S Option MAN4188M S S A A S S S Option MAN4028M A A A Option MAN4106M A A A A S A Option MAN4225M A A A S A A Option MAN4061M A A S A A A Option MAN4299M A A A A A S Option MAN4279M A A A A S A Option MAN4090M A A A A Option MAN4125M A S S A Stage 3 Core MAN4068Q A A A A A S S A S Notes: A = indicates that the outcome is formally assessed in the module S = indicates that the outcome is explicitly supported in the learning and teaching but is not formally assessed Module MAN4228M (PDP) is delivered across stage 1 and 2 of the programme but has been shown in stage 1 for convenience. Programme learning outcomes: LO1. A systemic and critical understanding of management knowledge and awareness of contemporary business issues, and current research and practice in business administration; LO2. A broad but rigorous understanding of the concepts, constructs and frameworks applicable to business administration and of the tools and techniques used to support decision making; LO3. Specialist knowledge of international business activities and the practical implications cultural differences can bring to business conducted across national boundaries; LO4. The ability to critically appraise current research and advanced scholarship in management to support the formulation of solutions to contemporary business problems; LO5. The ability to critically evaluate and develop investigative designs that will facilitate the collection of data to support the construction and presentation of business cases; LO6. A personal and critical understanding of sustainability and to be able to make business decisions, taking into account the complexity of the sustainability agenda in its broadest sense; mba-ft-and-accelerated docx Page 15

16 LO7. Adaptability and originality in tackling and solving problems, and the ability to work cooperatively with others and provide ethical leadership in bringing about strategic transformational change; LO8. To exercise personal initiative and responsibility in effecting solutions to complex strategic business problems surrounding by uncertain business intelligence and incomplete data; LO9. The ability to assess on-going professional and career development needs and to take action to maintain the knowledge and skills required to practice. mba-ft-and-accelerated docx Page 16

17 Appendix Bii: Assessment map This table shows the methods of assessments used across different stages and modules. The sequencing of modules on the Accelerated MBA is as stated in the programme specification, which differs to the Full-time programme shown below: Methods of assessment Stage 1 Module M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6 Core MAN4101M x Core MAN4055M x x Core MAN4045M x x Core MAN4050M x Core MAN4230M x Stage 2 Core MAN4512M X Core MAN4314M X Core MAN4074M X X Core MAN4094M x Core MAN4214M x Option MAN4071M x Option MAN4001M x Option MAN4069M x x Option MAN4057M x Option MAN4016M x x Option MAN4063M x x Option MAN4281M x x Option MAN4077M x x Option MAN4051M x Option MAN4002M x Option MAN4059M x x Option MAN4085M x x Option MAN4307M x mba-ft-and-accelerated docx Page 17

18 Option MAN4250M x x Option MAN4253M x Option MAN4326M x x Option MAN4188M x x Option MAN4028M x x Option MAN4106M x Option MAN4225M x Option MAN4061M x x Option MAN4299M x x x Option MAN4279M x x Option MAN4090M x x Option MAN4125M x Stage 3 Core MAN4068Q x Notes: Assessment methods: M1. Individual assignment/case study M2. Group assignment/project/business plan M3. Open book examination/case study M4. Closed book examination M5. Group presentation M6. Personal portfolio mba-ft-and-accelerated docx Page 18

19 Appendix Biii: Teaching map This table shows the main delivery methods which are used across modules and stages. The sequencing of modules on the Accelerated MBA is as stated in the programme specification, which differs to the Full-time programme shown below: Teaching methods Stage 3 Module T1 T2 T3 T4 T5 T6 T7 Core MAN4101M x x x x Core MAN4055M x x x x Core MAN4045M x x x x x Core MAN4050M x x x Core MAN4230M x x x Stage 2 Core MAN4094M x x x x Core MAN4214M x x x x Core MAN4512M x x x x x x x Core MAN4314M x x x x x x x Core MAN4074M x x Option MAN4071M x x x Option MAN4001M x x x x x Option MAN4069M x x x x x x Option MAN4057M x x x Option MAN4016M x x x x Option MAN4063M x x x Option MAN4281M x x x Option MAN4077M x x x x Option MAN4051M x x x Option MAN4002M x x x x Option MAN4059M x x x x x Option MAN4085M x x x mba-ft-and-accelerated docx Page 19

20 Option MAN4307M x x x Option MAN4250M x x x Option MAN4253M x x x Option MAN4326M x x x x x Option MAN4188M x x x x x Option MAN4028M x x x Option MAN4106M x x x Option MAN4225M x x x Option MAN4061M x x x x Option MAN4299M x x x x x Option MAN4279M x x x x Option MAN4090M x x x x Option MAN4125M x x x Stage 3 Core MAN4068Q x x Notes: Delivery methods: T1. Lectures T2. Seminar/tutorials T3. Practical labs/workshops T4. Directed study T5. Personal research T6. Case study analysis T7. Role play/presentations mba-ft-and-accelerated docx Page 20

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