Business & Management


Level 1

Foundations of Finance
Introduction to Marketing
Organisational Behaviour
Principles of Management

Level 2

Business Decision Analysis
Fundamentals of Human Resource Management
Service and Operations Management

Years 3 and 4: Honours

Business Start Up
Cases in Operations Management
Contemporary Employment Relations
Contemporary Issues in Consumer Behaviour
Design and Implementation of New Business Models
Development of International Business
Digital Marketing Strategy
Economic Crises and Depressions
Entrepreneurial Selling
Entrepreneurial Ventures, Management and Growth
Ethics and Business
Financial Management
Human Resource Management
Innovation and Participation at Work
International Marketing Consultancy
Management in the Voluntary and Community Sector
Management of Innovation and Technology
Managing Complex Change
Managing Diversity in Organizations
Managing in the Public Sector
Marketing Communications
Project Management
Research Methods
Research Methods - Online
Services Marketing
Social and Community Entrepreneurship
Strategic Alliances and Joint Ventures
Strategic Management
Strategic Marketing
Supply Chain Management
The Art of Influencing
Uneven Development and the Global Economy

Economic and Social History Courses for Single Honours Students

The following courses are available to students on a Single Honours Business and Management plan as outside options even if they have not previously studied Economic and Social History.  Students should be aware though that these courses are worth 20 credits each.

Industry and Innovation: International Perspectives
Work & Labour in Britain Since 1940 

Level 3: non-Honours

These courses are available to students who are completing an MA (Social Sciences) Ordinary Degree, for which 60 credits of level 3 courses are required.

Business and Management 3: Business Competition
Business & Management 3: Marketing Campaign Development: Research and Tactics
Business & Management 3: Project Management

Service courses

These courses are primarily available to students studying engineering degrees, though some are suitable for exchange students visiting Glasgow who do not study Business and Management at their home institution.  See course pages for details.  The courses cannot be taken by MA students.

Entrepreneurship 1A: Corporate Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Entrepreneurship 1B: New Venture Planning
Professional Practice 5