Minor in Marketing
UCAS code: Your UCAS code will be the code of your Major.
Available for students starting in September 2018.
If you choose a Minor in Marketing you will study Marketing as a key component of the functioning of all organisations: whether in the public, private or third sectors. An understanding of the way markets function, methods of market analysis and access and the importance of marketing communication are essential to all aspects of economic, political and cultural life.
This course will introduce you to the theoretical and analytical knowledge needed to understand and shape contemporary marketing practice. Spanning individual situations, social developments and policy discourses, the modules explore the many dimensions of contemporary marketing practice. The Marketing minor complements many possible Major choices and provides an important insight into business and other organisational activities much sought after in the contemporary employment market.
In your first year you will be introduced to key principles and theories of marketing and management. You'll cover the foundational concepts underpinning contemporary marketing practice across a range of industries, organisations and sectors and the central aspects of contemporary organising organisations and management.
- Management Theory and Debate
- Principles of Marketing
In your second year you will extend your understanding of marketing and its organisational context.
- Marketing Communications and Digital Media
- Strategic Brand Management
In your final year you'll be able to choose both your modules from the list below:
Choose one option module from:
- Advanced Market Intelligence
- Business in the Digital Economy
- Cyberpsychology at Work
- Managing in a Post-Crisis World
- Place, Branding and Tourism
- The Management and Shaping of Innovation
- Understanding Workplace Dynamics: Critical Perspectives and Practices
Plus one option module from:
- Critical Analysis for Management
- Ecology and Sustainability
- Managing Knowledge in Organisations
- Organisations in Economic Context
- Services Marketing
- The Production and Consumption of Culture
Modules shown represent choices available to current students. The range of modules available and the content of any individual module may change in future years.
No specific entry requirements
There will be a range of assessments including coursework, group presentations, and examinations.
Now choose your Major
On a Major/Minor degree you study a core area in depth (your major subject), while also exploring an additional area (in this case Marketing).
Please note that you cannot study a Minor in Marketing with:
- Major in Management Studies
- Major in Human Resource Management
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