Aims and Objectives
The most important pillars of an organisation are its managers. Those who wish to take up these influential positions must be willing to become inspirational leaders with the ability to change, transform and pioneer new strategies. The course offers students broad based academic and practical experience that will enable them to learn and practice current theories in management. Aims
- To offer a complete programme that provides an opportunity to study management and the impact of technology on the techniques of management and society in general. - To provide you with a programme offering a balance of theory, case studies and practical skills that will facilitate your intellectual and professional development. - To equip you with the necessary knowledge and skills to achieve the postgraduate award, and to continue your lifelong development of learning. - To enhance skills to demonstrate problem solving, critical thinking and strong personal and interpersonal skills while abstracting meaning from information and sharing knowledge
Admission to the Programme
- Candidates for entry will normally be expected to have a first degree or equivalent to a minimum of 2.1 (upper second class). In addition they need to have at least two years of relevant work experience. - Candidates will be interviewed where this is possible. In the case of overseas students, where interview by the tutors at BITE is impractical, offers may be made on references, academic qualification and reports from agents. - Candidates, whose first language is not English and who have not been educated in English at secondary level, must obtain a minimum IELTS (or equivalent) score of 6.5.
- To enhance critical and analytical approaches to management theory, practice and research. - To enhance knowledge and understanding of specified areas of management. - To enhance ability to evaluate management techniques,...