BA Honours Business Management (Marketing)

Bachelor's degree

En Dubai (United Arab Emirates)

$ 50.431

*Precio estimado

Importe original en GBP:

£ 36.762


  • Tipología

    Bachelor's degree

  • Lugar

    Dubai (United Arab Emirates)

  • Duración


  • Inicio


Emagister has just added to its educational catalogue the BA Honours Business Management (Marketing) programme endorsed by Middlesex University Dubai.

This programme is ideal for students who wish to develop marketing expertise across a range of business sectors and learn to communicate and ‘sell’ their ideas to commercial audiences. Supported by expert tutors, who bring industry experience to their teaching, you will study the key functions that underpin business success and learn to deliver marketing campaigns with confidence. The career options are broad with our Business Management (Marketing) pathway. You will be well placed to enter a diverse range of corporate, governmental and third sector organisations.

Why Study BA Honours Business Management (Marketing)?

Middlesex University Dubai provides students with the opportunity to achieve an Honours Degree in Business Management (Marketing) in three years. This degree will provide you with skills that managers and marketing professionals require to manage and market products and services effectively within a globalised and competitive business landscape. The programme is structured to enable students to develop a range of theoretical and practical business skills with a marketing focus, including; e-marketing, branding, strategy, relationship management and advertising. Such knowledge and skills are required to be effective within a professional context. Therefore, our marketing pathway allows you to shape your studies towards your career ambitions and develop specialist marketing skills to thrive in a business environment.
Do not miss the chance to become a professional with this programme. If you wish to learn more information about it, do not hesitate to contact Middlesex University Dubai through


  • Entrepreneurship
  • Business and Management
  • Business Environment
  • Market
  • Information Systems
  • E-marketing
  • Design
  • Marketing
  • Marketing Management
  • Financial
  • Advertising
  • University
  • Project
  • systems
  • Technology
  • People Management
  • Communication Training
  • Financial Training
  • Services marketing
  • Marketing Research
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Marketing Research


Programme Content

In Year 1 you will complete four compulsory modules to develop essential skills and knowledge in business management.

In Year 2 you will study three core modules to understand essential business issues. You will also choose an optional marketing module from: Brand Management, Consumer Behaviour or Entrepreneurship and Small Business Marketing.

In your final year you will study two compulsory modules in Strategic Management and Services Marketing. You will also choose two optional modules from specialist marketing modules: E-Marketing and Social Media, International Marketing or Advertising and Promotion.

You will develop key business skills, knowledge and experience in order to excel in a management career. Companies and organisations require graduates who have expert business knowledge, who can also demonstrate analytical and problem solving skills, with the professional acumen to deal with challenges in a fast-paced business environment. You will learn to work effectively in teams, and be able to present and communicate business management ideas with confidence. We also ensure you develop specialist knowledge in:

  • Stakeholders: their expectations and behaviour
  • The environment of business and its impact on strategy
  • Design, production and distribution of products and services
  • Business resources: acquisition, application and control
  • Business process: planning, improvement and control

Module and programme information is indicative and may be subject to change.

Note: Both core and optional modules are constantly updated and under review. As with most academic programmes, please remember that it is possible that a module may not be offered in any particular year, for instance because too few students opt for it. Middlesex University reserves the right to vary or withdraw any course or module.

  • Year 1
    • People Management (15 Credits) - Compulsory The aim of this module is to develop students understanding of how people in organisations interact. It will introduce various people management concepts and human resource processes and practices. Students will develop the ability to compare and contrast a variety of organisational psychology and sociological theories and their application in the management of people.
    • Management Concepts (15 Credits) - Compulsory The aim of this module is to develop students understanding of the management of organisations. It will introduce management concepts such as the business functions,organisational structure, work design, entrepreneurship, and business ethics. Students will develop the ability to analyse the strengths and weaknesses of various management theories and their application in the management of organisations.
    • Quantitative Methods for Business (30 Credits) - Compulsory The aim of this module is to provide an introduction to the use of computer software to collect, analyse and present business data. Students will learn to solve business and management problems using Excel or other appropriate software with an emphasis on the application of methods to solve problems, and the interpretation and communication of results. The main aim is to enable the student to become a discerning user of quantitative methods and computers in business analysis, which can be built upon in further study.
    • Financial Concepts of Business (30 Credits) - Compulsory This module aims to develop the financial understanding and knowledge of students within business organisations so as to enable them to make effective decisions and to assess the cost, economic and financial implications of these decisions. It aims to provide an understanding of the fundamental roles of accounting and finance for business students who do not need to develop specialist knowledge as well as to provide an understanding of key economic principles that inform business thought and practice.
    • Marketing Theory and Practice (30 Credits) - Compulsory This module is designed to provide students with an overview of key marketing concepts and techniques, as they apply in a variety of organisations and in both conventional and online environments. Students will develop knowledge and understanding of the core role of marketing in determining the growth potential of an enterprise, including the value of the marketing mix in ensuring successful marketing implementation and the significance of external and internal operating environments for marketing practice.
  • Year 2
    • Organisational Behaviour (15 Credits) - Compulsory The aim of this module is to enable students to identify the multifaceted social processes that are imperative to organisational life. The module will cover a wide array of theories pertaining to organisational behaviour. Students will develop their own abilities to analyse these theories, build up their own views on how to think and feel about these emergent issues as well as empower themselves with the capacity to argue and support these views in an academically rigorous manner.
    • Principles of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (15 Credits) - Compulsory This module provides students with an introduction to innovation and entrepreneurship. It examines different forms of innovative and entrepreneurial practice including commercial and social enterprise. This includes an introduction into management issues faced by entrepreneurs and small business owners. The module will also introduce students to such concepts as opportunity recognition and the ability to act upon opportunities and problem solving.
    • Management Information Systems (15 Credits) - Compulsory This module aims to provide students with the ability to apply key skills in information systems to the business management domain. The module also aims to enable students to obtain important aptitudes towards using information technology solutions such as business intelligence (e.g. data analytics), digital technology solutions (e.g. smart environments) and modern forms of communication (e.g. social networks) to improve business processes.The module enables students to acquire knowledge in a number of topics aligned to the following key areas: (i) information systems and business intelligence (in particular the development, management, application and implementation of information systems and their impact upon organisations, (ii) communications (in particular the comprehension and use of relevant communications for application in business and management, including the use of digital tools) and (iii) digital business (in particular the development of strategic priorities to deliver business at speed in an environment where digital technology has reshaped traditional revenue and business models).The cross-discipline nature of the module ensures that students will gain experience in using information systems, while engaging in strategic management activities and following a pattern of work resembling project management practices in controlled environments.
    • Business Environment (15 Credits) - Compulsory This module aims to provide you with an understanding of economics from a business perspective. This includes an understanding of how competition, the behaviour of the financial markets and government economic policy can influence an organisation. You will also gain the ability to apply economic theory in both microeconomic and macroeconomic contexts.
    • Operations Management (30 Credits) - Compulsory This module aims to broaden and expand students knowledge of the concepts and techniques required for the design, operation and control of business processes. Cases and practical exercises are relevant to a variety of commercial, manufacturing and service organisations. The module builds on the IT and quantitative skills developed in the first year.
    • Digital Marketing (30 Credits) - Optional The aim of this module is to develop students’ knowledge and skills for understanding the complexity of the new digital landscape. The module provides a critical context in which to analyse the current digital developments. In particular, the module will facilitate students’ learning of e-marketing models, social media and e-tailing in order to produce a coherent digital marketing strategy. 
    • Marketing Research and Insights (30 Credits) - Optional

      This module aims to familiarise students with the importance of marketing research and insights to business and, in particular, the marketing management process. Students will learn how to conduct a marketing research project, including establishing business research needs, gaining insights into the consumer market, designing an appropriate research design, creating research instruments, gathering data primary and secondary data, conducting both qualitative and quantitative data analysis, and using the findings to improve marketing decision-making.

  • Year 3
    • Marketing Strategy and Implementation (15 Credits) - Compulsory This module provides students with an overview of the key concepts of strategic marketing from a managerial perspective. As such, students will learn about the key marketing tools that will enable them to develop the knowledge and skills necessary in order to: analyse the marketing environment, customers and the factors influencing the purchasing process; develop marketing strategies and plans to reflect the environment; and implement such plans through the development of appropriate product, price, place and promotional activities. In addition, you will appreciate how leadership and managerial styles influence the strategic marketing process.
    • Global and Cross Cultural Marketing (15 Credits) - Compulsory This module introduces students to current theory and practice in global marketing and develops their ability to apply cultural concepts to marketing challenges. Students will learn about new cultures in both the developed and emerging world and how to adapt marketing strategies accordingly for business success.
    • Services Marketing Management (30 Credits) - Compulsory This module aims to offer in-depth exploration of services marketing management, emphasising those concepts, practices and techniques that are pertinent to service. Students will synthesise and apply previous study of management and marketing concepts and techniques and relate business theory to practice through the use of specialised service-sector case studies.
    • Professional Communication (15 Credits) - Optional This module enables students to develop an understanding of strategies commonly used in professional discourse. It integrates concepts and approaches from applied linguistics and social psychology into the management of professional communication in a range of business settings. By exploring and contextualising professional discourse strategies,students will develop systematic and explicit approaches to analysing, evaluating and constructing strategic communication.
    • Fashion Marketing (15 Credits) - Optional This module introduces students to fashion marketing and encourages them to apply marketing theory that underpins the subject to real world examples.  Students will explore cultural, environmental, social and ethical trends that influence the fashion industry, identify business opportunities and create marketing proposals to improve fashion brands and fashion retail spaces.
    • Marketing Consultancy Project (15 Credits) - Optional . The module builds on learning from prior modules and provides students with the experience of working collaboratively on a real, client-driven consultancy project

Información adicional

Start: January, September
Duration: 3 Years
Attendance: Full Time
Course leader:  Rory McConnon MSc MBA FHEA PMP
Fees (Total): 37.149,84 GBP
September 2020
Year 1 - 12.384,26 GBP
Year 2 - 12.384,26 GBP
Year 3 - 12.384,26 GBP

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BA Honours Business Management (Marketing)

$ 50.431

*Precio estimado

Importe original en GBP:

£ 36.762