BA (Hons) Business and Computer Studies
Do you want to further your career by studying for a business and computing (IT) degree while working full-time?
This BA (Hons) Business and Computer Studies Learning at Work program will help you get a better grasp of core business operations including marketing, finance, and human resources, as well as the role of IT and computing in helping businesses accomplish their objectives. You’ll get a BA (Hons) in Business and Computer Studies when you finish.
Because the course is work-based, you must already be employed full-time, part-time, or volunteer. You may study wherever it is most comfortable for you and arrange your lessons around your other commitments since the method you learn is flexible.
You may customize the course to meet your professional and personal goals, as well as the goals of your company. Emerging technologies, programming, and web design are examples of areas where you can specialize.
You’ll be able to immediately apply the skills you gain in your career, contributing to the company’s success while learning about the present and future IT and computing requirements of organizations competing in the digital era. You’ll boost your employment possibilities and have the skills and knowledge to perform better at work once you’ve completed the course.
The first two years – L4 & L5 will be delivered by C3S Business School in Barcelona, Spain, and will be awarded by OTHM(UK) and C3S Business School.
Final year top-up degree of BA (Hons) Business and Computer Studies (LEARNING AT WORK) will be delivered and awarded by University of Portsmouth, UK
This program is not governed by the University’s schedules or academic calendar. As a result, you may work at your own speed, in your own time, and in your own environment. However, you must complete the course within 8 years.
You can finish the course faster if you have relevant work experience or credentials that you can use to your degree, such as a business-based Foundation degree, HNC, HND, or appropriate on-the-job training. This is known as Recognized Prior Learning (RPL). You can utilise RPL to replace up to 240 of the 360 credits required for your degree.
For further information please visit the program page https://www.port.ac.uk/study/courses/ba-hons-business-and-computer-studies-learning-at-work#what-youll-study
Previous students have gone on to work in a variety of fields, including:
- Software creation
- Consulting in technology
- Risk assessment
|Research and Academic Writing||20|
|Introduction to Business Communication||20|
|Introduction to Quantitative Methods||20|
|Introduction to Business Functions||20|
|Introduction to Finance||20|
|Human Resource Management||20|
|Accounting for Managers||20|
|Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)|
|Work-based learning (WBL) projects|
On the Campus
- Lectures in the Classroom
- Seminars and Workshops
- Learning through Doing
- Research and field trips
- For debate and discussion, students will need to contribute through independent learning, extensive background learning, and inputs during seminars and tutorials.
For the Final Year Top-up
The modules you take and the work-based learning projects you complete will determine how you are taught.
The vast majority of the course is provided through our interactive virtual learning environment. You’ll have plenty of academic assistance and resources with access to all of the study material you’ll need, discussion forums, and the opportunity to engage with classmates and lecturers via chat sessions.
You may be able to study on campus, experiencing face-to-face teaching techniques, depending on the courses you study and your region.
- Application form
High School diploma certificate and other educational credential certificates
- Official transcripts
- Copy of passport
- Motivation Letter
- IELTS 6.0 (with not minimum 5.5 in each) / TOEFL 75 official certificate or C3S Credibility Interview
*Payment instalment plans are available. Please contact C3S’s Administration Department for further details
The Business Management (top-up) course fee is £3,950 and starts in September, January and May.