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BSc (Hons) Management (Innovation, Strategy and Entrepreneurship) with Industrial/Professional Experience

Gain the skills required to become a dynamic manager and focus on your chosen specialism from second year onwards.

Study core and specialist areas of business and management according to your personal or academic interests or career ambitions. Specialise in innovation, strategy and entrepreneurship whilst still benefitting from a huge amount of choice across this flexible course, which includes a work placement in your penultimate year of study.

Explore strategic innovation management, strategic decision-making, entrepreneurship and small business development through real case studies.

Course statistics

98%

of placement students achieved first or upper second class degrees between 2015-17

288

students joined our management courses in 2017

£29k

Average salary within 6 months (DLHE)

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BSc Management (Innovation, Strategy and Entrepreneurship) with Industrial / Professional Experience / Course details

Year of entry: 2019

Course unit details:
Macroeconomics

Unit code BMAN24421
Credit rating 20
Unit level Level 2
Teaching period(s) Semester 1
Offered by Alliance Manchester Business School
Available as a free choice unit? No

Overview

Semester one: Intro to Macro concepts, Measuring National Income, Determination of N.I. in the long-run, The Monetary System, Inflation, The Open Economy. The AD-AS model, The IS-LM model, The Mundell Fleming Model

 

Pre/co-requisites

Unit title Unit code Requirement type Description
Economic Principles : Microeconomics BMAN10001 Pre-Requisite Compulsory
BMAN24421 has pre-requisites of: BMAN10001. Only available to students on: Mgt/Mgt Specialism; IMABS & IM. Core for BSc Management with IBE specialism and BSc ITMB with S&E Specialism.

Aims

This course is both analytical and applied and consists of an introduction to Macroeconomics.

It aims to provide students with a coherent view of the determinants of macroeconomic behaviour, a clear appreciation of the strengths and limitations of macroeconomic modelling and policy and an understanding of the influence of macroeconomic theory, policy and variables on business activities.

Learning outcomes

By the end of the course, the student should be able to:

• Understand and apply relevant macroeconomic models
• Use macroeconomic data to test relevant theoretical hypotheses.
• Understand how national income is measured and what determines it.
• Understand how the monetary system works
• Understand the causes and costs of inflation.
• Analyze an open economy in the long-run
• Analyze and explain short-run fluctuations in an economy using the AD-AS, IS-LM and Mundell-Fleming models.
 

Teaching and learning methods

Methods of delivery:  Lecture (2 hours per week) and Seminar (1 hour per week)

Lecture hours:         22

Seminar hours:         11

Private study:           167

Total study hours:    200

Informal Contact Methods
TBA

Accreditation

Mankiw, G: Macroeconomics (8th edition), Wath PublisherPalgrave Macmillan
Abel, A. and Bernanke, B., Macroeconomics. 7th edition) Addison-Wesley.
 

Assessment methods


Examination (100%): The examination consists of two sections: Section A with one compulsory question. Section B with two questions from 6. Duration 2hrs .

Semester 1 only exhange students: 2500 word essay (100%)

Study hours

Scheduled activity hours
Assessment written exam 2.5
Lectures 22
Seminars 11
Independent study hours
Independent study 164.5

Teaching staff

Staff member Role
Terry Robinson Unit coordinator

Additional notes

Pre-requisite course units have to be passed by 40% or above at the first attempt unless a higher percentage is indicated within this course outline.

Pre-Requisites: BMAN10001 Economic Principles: Microeconomics

Co-Requisites: None

Dependent courses: BMAN31722 Macroeconomic Analysis

Programme Restrictions: BSc Management and Management (Specialisms), BSc International Management with American Business Studies, BSc International Management  Core: BSc Management (International Business Economics) Core: BSc ITMB (Strategy & Economics)

BMAN24421 is available to study abroad and exchange students admitted through the University of Manchester’s International Programmes Office

Timetable
https://ughandbook.portals.mbs.ac.uk/Myprogramme/Teachingtimetables.aspx

For Academic Year 2017/18

Updated: March 2017   

Approved by: March UG Committee

 

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