Clearing 2021
MA Public Opinion and Political Behaviour
BA Business Management with a Modern Language options

Final Year, Component 02

BE938-6-SP or BE939-6-FY or BE940-6-FY or CS316-6-FY
BE938-6-SP
Independent Study Project: Management/Marketing
(15 CREDITS)

This module offers the chance to put your knowledge into practice by undertaking an independent research project on a management or marketing issue. You develop your research skills, time management and critical thinking ability to prepare you for the world of work beyond graduation.

BE939-6-FY
Independent Research Project: Management/Marketing
(30 CREDITS)

This module offers the chance to put your knowledge into practice by undertaking an independent research project on a management or marketing issue. You develop your research skills, time management and critical thinking ability to prepare you for the world of work beyond graduation.

BE940-6-FY
Cooperative Management and Marketing – Capstone Module
(15 CREDITS)
CS316-6-FY
Democracy in Action
(30 CREDITS)

This module will allow third year students to do their final year project in an innovative and interdisciplinary way. The module seeks to give students the possibility to better understand their community, the issues it confronts and how to address them. Through the five step training of Citizens UK (1. Organise 2. Listen 3. Plan 4. Act 5. Negotiate) the students will learn the basics of community building and organising, which they will be able to practice and experience for themselves. Students will learn to build power and negotiate with local government on issues of local concern such as hate crime, transport, mental health and housing.

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