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Master of Business Administration - MBA Plus (full-time)2267<p>The Northampton Business School MBA Plus is an internationally recognised postgraduate qualification in management. The programme combines excellent generalist management teaching and learning with highly valuable additional recognition, qualification and activities. </p><p>Attendance (12 Months) </p><p>The Full Time Intensive Programme is completed by full time study on campus at NBS. Normally, the Programme will begin with the MBA Plus Conference, after which you will complete two semesters of 14 weeks, with between 12 and 15 hours per week in the classroom with your tutors and fellow students. </p><p>You will be expected to engage in significant additional study, group work, learning and networking and to attend additional workshops to support your achievement of the professional body memberships and awards.&#160;Your Business Research Report is submitted 12 months after enrolment and you can apply to complete one of our optional work placements. </p><p>The Full Time Intensive Programme normally runs twice a year (September and January starts). </p><p>This qualification is also offered as a <a title="Part-Time MBA" href="http&#58;//www.northampton.ac.uk/study/courses/courses-by-subject/business-and-management/master-of-business-administration-parttime-mba">part time</a> or <a title="Distance Learning MBA" href="http&#58;//www.northampton.ac.uk/study/courses/courses-by-subject/business-and-management/master-of-business-administration-distance-learning-mba">distance learning</a> programme. </p>MBAPostgraduatehttp://catalog.uon-dmz.local/sites/catalogs/UoN/Lists/Courses/AllItems.aspxFalse
Business Studies2880<p>The programme is delivered around a variety of core subjects and option choices. The core subjects provide a solid education in the essential areas of business, while the range of options allows students to choose from an variety of specialist subjects. An optional sandwich year in industry/commerce can be taken in year three. </p>BA (Hons)N100Undergraduatehttp://catalog.uon-dmz.local/sites/catalogs/UoN/Lists/Courses/AllItems.aspxFalse
International Relations and Politics2669<p>​International Relations and Politics at the University of Northampton provides an exciting and varied ​curriculum through which students develop a critical understanding of contemporary issues in international relations and politics and their impact on lives at local, national and global levels. &#160;If you have a keen interest in current affairs and international developments, then the International Relations and Politics course at Northampton is ideal for you. You will be exploring contemporary issues and debates in the politics of the UK and other nations, as well as the key developments in international relations. &#160;</p><p>A special feature of the course is the research placement at Year 2 which provides the opportunity to undertake an international placement or a placement in the UK, including an internship at the House of Commons.&#160; A one-week international field trip is also included in the course.&#160;&#160;<br></p><div class="ms-rtestate-read ms-rte-embedcode ms-rte-embedil ms-rtestate-notify"><iframe width="100%" height="241" src="http&#58;//www.youtube.com/embed/MRNMiEfWCGk?list=PLD79380E317526690" frameborder="0"></iframe>&#160;</div><p>​​</p><p><span style="line-height&#58;1.6;">This course reflects the fact that politics in the 21st Century takes place in a global context and impacts on the everyday lives of people in all parts of the world.&#160;&#160;</span><span style="line-height&#58;1.6;">It examines some of the critical issues of today's world, such as threats to global security, the changing nature of international co-operation and conflict, the character of democratic and non-democratic regimes, the rise of new forms of direct action in global settings, the international politics of the environment and the challenges posed by persistent world problems such as poverty and</span><span style="line-height&#58;1.6;">&#160;&#160;</span><span style="line-height&#58;1.6;">social inequality, There has never been a more exciting time to study international relations and politics, and this course will help you develop a greater awareness of the social and political processes that shape the contemporary world.</span></p><p>This awareness provides an excellent basis for careers in a wide range of fields in the public, private and third sectors, including international careers; for example in the field of international development.&#160; More generally the course will help you to develop the transferrable skills of understanding and analysis, creative thinking and flexibility which employers increasingly demand.&#160;</p>BA (Hons)5L9LUndergraduatehttp://catalog.uon-dmz.local/sites/catalogs/UoN/Lists/Courses/AllItems.aspxFalse
English and Drama Joint Honours 10062<p>This programme introduces you to a fascinating range of literary texts and periods and allows you to develop your skills as a thinker, reader, writer and critic. By studying English combined with Drama you will explore a variety of practical and theoretical approaches and performance styles from a range of historical and cultural perspectives.</p><p>By choosing to study these subjects there is a higher level of flexibility in deciding your future employability pathway. Both programmes are taught by an enthusiastic and experienced team that has substantial research and teaching experience. This course is designed to enthuse and inspire you whilst broadening your knowledge and understanding of English in addition to developing your knowledge of a range of practices encompassing different types of performance, improvisation, devising, adapting material for new media and audiences, as well as the literary skills required for textual interpretation, writing and critical analysis. </p><p>Students enjoy excellent studio facilities and access to view productions at Northampton's nationally recognised regional theatre, Royal &amp; Derngate. There are opportunities for visits, researching educational settings and activities in schools and other educational contexts.</p>BA/BSc (Hons)Q3W4Undergraduatehttp://catalog.uon-dmz.local/sites/catalogs/UoN/Lists/Courses/AllItems.aspxFalse
International Accounting (top-up)805<p>&#160;</p><div class="snippet"><iframe width="300" height="169" align="right" src="http&#58;//www.youtube.com/embed/rJTPxGgjTlM" frameborder="0"></iframe>As the accounting and finance industry is expanding there is a growing demand for graduates with knowledge in the key areas of accounting, financial services and financial management.</div><div><p>This programme provides students with in depth knowledge of accounting and finance in an international setting. It is primarily designed for those interested in accounting as users of accounting information rather than providers. Students will learn about the key aspects and developments in the delivery of international accounting and financial management, and develop skills in criticism and analysis.</p></div>BA (Hons)N491Undergraduatehttp://catalog.uon-dmz.local/sites/catalogs/UoN/Lists/Courses/AllItems.aspxFalse
Policing 22728<p>​Unlike other courses, the Policing BA from The University of Northampton is taught by industry professionals in the police, legal profession and the probation service. This will give you a unique insight into the practical application of the course material. When combined with first class facilities including custody suite, interview rooms, observation flat, mock court room and numerous opportunities for ‘real world’ role plays, you will receive a high quality applied degree in policing and related criminal justice services. The course has been designed specifically to provide students with an applied ‘on the job’ qualification that gives you all the tools you need to pursue a career in the police. If being an operational officer isn’t for you then the course is also of value if you are interested in a career within the wider criminal justice system for example probation or&#160;private security that doesn't necessarily entail policing. Added in to the breadth and depth of the course material, there is the opportunity to apply to be a Special Constable or a volunteer with Northants police in the second year and to be tutored whilst on placement. If you decide that an operational police placement is not for you, there is the opportunity to take advantage of non-operational placements within the force or with partner agencies. </p><div class="ms-rtestate-read ms-rte-embedcode ms-rte-embedil ms-rtestate-notify"><iframe width="400" height="250" src="http&#58;//www.youtube.com/embed/R1g0gZljpoQ?list=UUHObWH1RwiC8Q8zs5TNP5Ag" frameborder="0"></iframe>&#160;</div><p>​​The Fda has now become part of the new BA Policing programme and students are able to apply for this course only.<br></p>BA (Hons)N478Undergraduatehttp://catalog.uon-dmz.local/sites/catalogs/UoN/Lists/Courses/AllItems.aspxFalse
Applied Equine Studies3796<p>This programme develops scientific knowledge and management of horses as well as knowledge of equine therapeutic treatments and business management. Students can choose to follow business or health and science streams after completing the first stage of the course.</p> <p>Delivered in partnership with <a href="http&#58;//www.moulton.ac.uk/">Moulton College</a>.</p> <p><a href="http&#58;//www.moulton.ac.uk/"><img class="float_left" alt="Moulton College logo" src="/images/Moulton_course_info.jpg" /></a> <br></p> <p> &#160;</p>BSc (Hons)D426Undergraduatehttp://catalog.uon-dmz.local/sites/catalogs/UoN/Lists/Courses/AllItems.aspxFalse
Computing2946<p>&#160;</p><div class="snippet"><iframe width="300" height="169" align="right" src="http&#58;//www.youtube.com/embed/9vXljw4gYzU" frameborder="0"></iframe><span style="line-height&#58;1.6;">People who are keen to study a broad range of computing ideas and develop innovative solutions to problems or improvements to current situations are invited to apply for this diverse degree programme. The computing industry is continually growing and is integral to people's daily lives and businesses. In this course you will investigate the wide reaching influences that computers and computing technology have on the world, as well as the contribution you may be able to make to future advances.&#160;</span></div><p>This programme initially covers a range of fundamental principles pertinent to computer technology and its use throughout the world. As this course introduces all aspects of computing during Stage one, you do not need to know what area of computing you want to specialise in before you arrive. Indeed, many of our students choose to continue studying multiple computing disciplines throughout the course, thus maintaining flexibility for their future career options.&#160;</p>BSc (Hons)G400Undergraduatehttp://catalog.uon-dmz.local/sites/catalogs/UoN/Lists/Courses/AllItems.aspxFalse
Psychology3840<p>Our Single Honours psychology degree course allows you to understand and analyse human behaviour, thought and emotions, from many different psychological perspectives. It provides useful experience for those intending to work in a range of career areas both in and outside of psychology such as educational psychology, clinical psychology, teaching and research.&#160;</p><p>This well-established programme is accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS) and is the first step towards becoming a Chartered Psychologist. Students have the opportunity to gain Graduate Basis for Chartered (GBC) Membership,&#160;develop employability skills through volunteering opportunities, events, workshops and research placements and&#160;analyse human behaviour, thought and emotions from many psychological perspectives. Major issues and methods of enquiry in present-day psychology and the applications of psychology to areas such as work, education, physical and mental health and crime are also considered.</p>BSc (Hons)C800Undergraduatehttp://catalog.uon-dmz.local/sites/catalogs/UoN/Lists/Courses/AllItems.aspxFalse
Business and Management (top-up)2278<p>The programme is specifically designed for holders of HND qualifications (or similar UK and international qualifications). The award allows such students to gain a full honours degree in one year.</p><p>The programme covers key aspects of business and management practice and theory and emphasises the development of individual and group skills. Students can follow a range of pathways to meet their individual interests and career aspirations including marketing, finance, human resources and general business. </p>BA (Hons)N250Undergraduatehttp://catalog.uon-dmz.local/sites/catalogs/UoN/Lists/Courses/AllItems.aspxFalse

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