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BA in Management with Psychology

3 year
MQF Level 6
0 FEE
0 INTAKE
180 ECTS

Course Overview

This course is designed to enhance and upgrade the general management knowledge, skills, and aptitude of the students with further specialization in psychology by giving them key inputs in the concerned areas through interactive lectures, case discussion workshops, roleplays, and self-learning exercises. The program is delivered on a full-time basis mode in each key area by means of a student-centric learning approach. The whole program is highly interactive, and it is expected to enrich the student’s knowledge in key managerial areas; sharpen their managerial skills; and enhance their professional competence in today’s highly dynamic business environment.

Accredited
Undergraduate degree

Work psychology is increasing its popularity in the modern business world more especially in the HR department. Students who successfully complete the BA in Management with Psychology can aspire to apply for employment vacancies seeking training managers, HR assistants and executives, recruitment consultants, talent acquisition positions, and many more within the HR department.

Global College Malta is licensed by the Malta Further and Higher Education Authority (MFHEA) as a Higher Education institution. All courses provided by Global Malta are accredited and/or recognised and thus mapped to the MQF/EQF respectively.
3 years/ 36 months
6 – (European/ Malta Qualifications Framework)
180 ECTS
English
Students, managers, or aspiring managers who are keen to progress in their chosen career and want to broaden their knowledge, improve their skills, and increase their competence in a broad range of Business and Management disciplines and functions, including Psychology.
The entry criteria for the College’s Bachelor of Arts in Management are designed to offer a number of entry routes, so that each applicant’s previously certificated academic qualifications, prior learning experience and experiential skills can be taken fully into account when determining whether an offer of a place to study can be made. Prior to entering the College’s Bachelor of Arts in Management programme, applicants are normally expected to be able to demonstrate a minimum of a Maltese matriculation certificate (or equivalent qualifications), with two subjects at an advanced level, three other subjects at an intermediate level and Systems of Knowledge, and a pass at Grade 5 or better in the English Language Secondary Education Certificate. If the prospective student is not in possession of a secondary education certificate in English, they may be asked by the College to demonstrate their English Language competence. Alternatively, a prospective student can be admitted with three subjects at Advanced Level (MQF 4) (or equivalent qualifications), and a pass at Grade 5 or better in the English Language Secondary Education Certificate.
EQF/MQF level of every module, total learning hours and Module Learning Outcome
Module Code Module Name EQF/MQF level ECTS Total hrs of learning
BABM01 Principles of Business Management 5 15 375
BABM02 Fundamentals of Management Accounting and Finance 5 15 375
BABM03 Human Resources Management 5 15 375
BABM04 Strategic Management 5 15 375
BABM06 Marketing Management 6 15 375
BABM07 Effective Leadership 6 15 375
BABM08 Business and Management Ethics 6 15 375
BABM19 Research Methods 6 15 375
BABM24 Management Psychology 6 15 375
BABM25 Personality Psychology 6 15 375
BABM33 Dissertation / Research Project 6 30 750
Module Teaching & Assessment for all modules except Dissertation

The module will be delivered through a flexible combination of modern face-to-face lectures, webinars, seminars and discussion forums, tutorials, group work, case studies, guest speakers, organisational visits and independent study. Delivery of the module has close regard to the needs of learners. Accordingly, much of the learning is either delivered at times to suit those learners who may have day time employment or child care commitments or made available in a supported teaching format. At all times, the views and needs of students are taken into account. By means of example, theoretical concepts might typically be delivered to students in modern face-to-face lecture formats which may then be further developed through subsequent interactions based around small group seminars, group case study analysis and digital discussions. Modern face-to-face and interactive learning sessions encourage students to critically examine key elements of business and management. In addition to attendance at formal learning sessions, students are expected to undertake independent self-study in order to support their individual learning journeys. The assessment strategy for the module is designed to provide students with the opportunity to demonstrate both the theoretical and practical skills they have developed in the module. Thus, the summative assessments for each module could consist of, but not be limited to:

An in-semester test and a final examination.

  • The in-semester test (25% of the final module mark) lasts for 90 minutes and is a mix of multiple-choice and open-ended questions.
  • The final two-hour examination (75% of final mark) consists of four multi-part questions, two of which should be answered. It is designed to reflect the learning outcomes.

Individual Report / Project Industry Based Assignment (3000 words – 75% weighing)

Power-Point-Presentation (Group x 2 students) constraint (1000 words – 25% weighing)

All assignments have to include theoretical and critical discussion and will be processed through Turnitin Software for Similarity. Students will be provided knowledge and understanding of how Academic Integrity is applied and how the Turnitin Similarity Report will be interpreted by the Assessors. Additionally, all assignments must be referenced with appropriate citations using the Harvard Referencing Style Guidelines. Both Academic Integrity and Referencing Style practice will be explained in a 2-hour session provided by the College to all students in the student induction phase prior to the commencement of the programme.


Module Teaching & Assessment for Dissertation

Each student will be allocated a supervisor who will help them with the development of their project proposal, oversee progress with the project, comment as appropriate on draft materials produced by the student and be available to assist the student with the project, as appropriate. The final year major project is assessed via the production of a dissertation which is normally some 12,000 to 15,000 words in length. Where necessary, a viva voce will be conducted in those instances where the provisional mark is considered to be a marginal pass. The major project has to include theoretical and critical discussion and is processed through Turnitin Software for Similarity. Students will be provided knowledge and understanding of how Academic Integrity is applied and how the Turnitin Similarity Report will be interpreted by Assessors. Additionally, all assignments must be referenced with appropriate citations using the Harvard Referencing Style Guidelines. Both Academic Integrity and Referencing Style practice will be explained in a 2-hour session provided by the College to all students in the student induction phase prior to the commencement of the programme. To successfully complete the module an overall pass mark of 40% must be achieved. All assessments will be submitted via the internationally recognised plagiarism software Turnitin.

All students will have access to EBSCO, the world’s largest online library, Moodle for class notes and Turnitin for the upload of assignments.

For Local/EU Students:

Year

Tuition Fees

Application Fees

Registration Fees

Year 1

€3,900

€100

€250

Year 2

€3,750

N/A

N/A

Year 3

€4,500

N/A

N/A


*This course is eligible for the Get Qualified Scheme. Students can get 70% of their tuition fees back upon successful completion of this course.


For International Students:

Year

Tuition Fees

Application Fees

Visa Sup Doc Fee

Registration Fees

Year 1

€6,500

€100

€200

€250

Year 2

€4,750

N/A

N/A

N/A

Year 3

€5,550

N/A

N/A

N/A


 

Fees include:

  • Assessment fee
  • Overall qualification certificate
  • Course material tutorial support notes
  • Access to online course resources

Monthly discounts are available, please contact one of our student recruitment staff members to learn more.

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