The external factors that impact the economies around the globe have raised concerns for businesses, raising the demand for graduates who understand the mechanism of markets and analyse the effect of ongoing practices on businesses. There is no second opinion that a Bachelor of Arts (BA) Honors degree in Business Management with a focus on Economics and Finance in Business Management is a great kickstart to your entrepreneur and managerial career as it is designed to provide students with a comprehensive strategy of business that is useful for start-ups and to grow the existing businesses. It also provides an understanding of business principles, management practices and economic and financial concepts. These interdisciplinary principles combine elements of business administration, economics and finance to equip students with the knowledge and skills necessary for success in various business and financial roles.
The course is designed to provide both theoretical and practical knowledge that helps analyse real-world businesses, learn to set up strategies and evaluate economic trends. It will prepare students to make business decisions by examining the business emergence, exit and expansions. The course encourages the students to study business globally by assessing the relationship between clients and business, interaction with the employees, investors and competitors’ behaviour and mechanisms along with the regulatory bodies.
This degree provides a deeper understanding of the economic, qualitative and quantitative techniques used to identify and solve organisational problems in a global marketplace.
Last but not least, the degree is not only limited to a certain area but has an extensive job scope ranging from financial organisations to the education and health sector. The experience consultancy which the Mont Rose College employability team is keen to provide for the students taking up the Business Management course will discover the better options based on the individual preferences and skills.
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This blog is written by the Dua Ishaque, a member of the Student Services Department.