The BA (Hons) Business Studies programme provides each student with a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of modern business studies subjects and establishes a firm foundation for the development of a career in the business professions.
The business studies course programme is structured in a way which provides each student with the opportunity to study for either a general or a specialist Honours degree in Business Studies. The programme offers students the choice of four options for the completion of their Honours Degree.
These pathway study options are:
- Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Business Studies – ( without specialism )
- Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Business Studies – (with Accounting and Finance specialism)
- Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Business Studies – (with Marketing specialism)
- Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Business Studies – (with Business Management – Human Resource Management specialism)
Importantly each student has the opportunity to emphasis their choice of study as they progress from the first to the second and to the third year of studies. Individuals therefore have great flexibility in their choice of business studies subjects and in planning the development of their own individual undergraduate business education.
As they progress through the programme each student is able to make informed decisions about their growing personal areas of business interest and business expertise and is able to match these to their selection of business studies subjects and to their professional career intentions.
Additional pathways of specialist study are being regularly added to the programme framework in order to meet the future needs of different types of business organisations and the particular career needs of our students.
Each of the BA (Hons) Business Studies individual study pathways indicated above may be studied as either a full-time or a part-time business studies course.
Accounting and Finance
Principles of Economics
Data Analysis and Statistics
Principles of Marketing
Introduction to HRM
Business Communications and ICT
Principles of Management
Supply and Value Chain Management
Business Research Methods
Strategic Marketing Management
Contemporary Issues in Management
In addition to Common Core Modules final year students also agree with their tutors the specialist subjects that they wish to study for their degree. These are studied in the final year
*Audit & Assurance
*Managing HR & IT
Students are required to achieve a minimum of Grade C3 at honours level in two subjects and four D3s in ordinarily level subjects (to include Maths and a language). Mature applicants are welcome and do not need to meet these requirements.
English language requirements:
if English is not your first language, you must provide evidence that you will be able to study at degree level English. You will be required to show that your use of English is equivalent to IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL 550/213
Day Time: €4,750 per year
Non EU Abroad: €8,500 per year
Evening Time: €4,750 pear year
The Admissions Office:
Phone:+353 1 6355800