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BSc (Hons) Engineering Management

Please note: this programme is currently undergoing revalidation, whilst we endeavour to provide you with the most accurate information, the course content is subject to change.

University of Lincoln BSc (Hons) Engineering Management degree is a work based distance learning programme which offers you the opportunity to gain a recognised university qualification whilst remaining in employment.

The Work-based distance learning (WBDL) programme is designed to provide those working within the technical environment, and commonly already holding technical qualifications, the management skills to effectively and efficiently manage their work areas. Engineering Management has parallels with Industrial and Systems Engineering which is concerned with the design, improvement and installation of integrated systems of people, materials, information, equipment and energy. The degree draws upon specialised knowledge and skill in the mathematical, physical, and social sciences together with the principles and methods of engineering analysis and design, to specify, predict, and evaluate the results to be obtained from such systems (IISE, 2017). 

The WBDL programme offers the following key features: 

  • A blended learning approach, drawing on University of Lincoln expertise in delivering on-line programmes to part time students in employment; 
  • An innovative and creative approach in teaching, learning and assessment, drawing on a range of digital and technological learning tools;
  • A learning experience, offering students a wider critical perspective on the consequences of individual decisions and actions and on the ethics of being socially responsible, including corporate social responsibility, part of  Lincoln International Business School’s ‘responsible futures principles’;

The BSc (Hons) Engineering Management degree has been designed to allow students who have completed a Higher National Diploma (HND) in an Engineering subject or equivalent to undertake the programme. It presents a distance learning framework to enable individuals to complete the programme within a two year period. The duration will reflect each individual’s personal circumstances, accredited experience, prior learning and work commitments. This programme brings an exciting opportunity that allows students to enhance their knowledge and skills by integrating work based learning with higher education

Course cost: £7,000

 

BSc (Hons) Logistics Management

Please note: this programme is currently undergoing revalidation, whilst we endeavour to provide you with the most accurate information, the course content is subject to change.

The BSc (Hons) Logistics Management programme has been designed to develop an individual's capacity to successfully manage people, operations and/or systems within a logistics environment. Aiming to facilitate development of a broad range of logistics management knowledge and skills such as leading people, budgeting, managing the organisation and managing systems. The programme offers electives to allow students to choose their own learning journey. Within this model the student can make choices concerning their role within the organisation and the particular logistics function they operate in. 

The Lincoln International Business School subscribes to the Principles of Responsible Management Education (PRME), which establishes a set of principles to guide our educational endeavour to address global challenges and create a better future for society. These principles are embedded in our programmes through the notion of The Lincoln Responsible Management Graduate:

"Through educational experiences at Lincoln our students develop as people who understand their responsibilities as global citizens, as entrepreneurs, as managers of people, money and resources, as stewards of the economy and the environment and as self-reflective leaders setting future agendas for organisations."

The benefits for the student: 

  • Learning programme focuses on learning that is highly relevant to the workplace;
  • The assessment methods focus on theory, practice, application and reflection;
  • The full degree will offer duel accreditation from the CMI and include a CMI Diploma at Level 5, and Chartered Manager status;
  • The full programme is also accredited and linked to the professional bodies CILT and CIPS which allows the BSc to be mapped to professional standards and entry to membership routes. 

 Course cost: £7,000

 

BA (Hons) Business Management

Please note: this programme is currently undergoing revalidation, whilst we endeavour to provide you with the most accurate information, the course content is subject to change.

The BA (Hons) Business Management programme offers students the opportunity to advance their career through engaging in personal and professional development, potentially increasing management competence and enhancing overall employability.  

The BA (Hons) Business Management degree encourages the development of lifelong learners and offers the following key features:

  • A blended learning approach, drawing on University of Lincoln expertise in delivering on-line programmes to part-time students in full-time employment.
  • An innovative and creative approach in teaching, learning and assessment, drawing on a range of digital and technological learning tools.
  • A learning experience, offering students a wider critical perspective on the consequences of individual decisions and actions and on the ethics of being socially responsible, including corporate social responsibility, part of the Lincoln International Business School’s ‘responsible futures principles’.
  • A clear focus on the student experience and academic, pastoral and professional support and care.

This flexible learning programme can be tailored to individual needs/circumstances and provides an academically rigorous learning environment within which students have the opportunity to extend skills, expertise, knowledge, vision and personal/career development by:

  • engaging in independent learning, reflective debate and practice, supported throughout by a module tutor and a range of resources;
  • focusing on theoretical aspects of business and management, offering the opportunity to apply theories and concepts to the student’s workplace, thereby acquiring knowledge in addition to developing a range of skills and abilities;
  • gaining an understanding of the dynamic nature of modern organisations and the environment within which they operate by applying module content to management situations within the student’s workplace in increasingly integrated and systematic ways;
  • receiving appropriate input, feedback and support to enhance academic learning.

Thus, the BA (Hons) Business Management programme presents a framework within which students may engage in personal and professional development by integrating the acquisition of knowledge, skills and experience, whilst simultaneously contributing to organisational effectiveness. This programme is flexible and dynamic enough to reflect and absorb change and facilitate the student’s acquisition of a range of skills and knowledge that may be needed to rise to the challenges of the contemporary workplace.

The BA (Hons) Business Management degree presents a distance learning framework to enable individuals to complete the programme within a two year period - the duration reflects personal circumstances, accredited experience, prior learning and work commitments. This programme brings an exciting opportunity which offers students the opportunity to enhance their knowledge and skills by integrating work based learning with higher education, thereby facilitating personal and professional development within the workplace. 

 Course cost: £7,000

 

BSc (Hons) Human Resource Management

The BSc (Hons) Human Resource Management programme is a work based distance learning programme designed to allow students to apply their professional knowledge and experience and previous learning within a Higher Education environment. 

Course Overview

The BSc (Hons) Human Resource Management programme is a 'top-up' degree programme. You can receive accreditation towards the first two years of the programme through your existing academic qualifications and/or relevant professional experience. This distance learning programme can take between 18 months and 2 years to complete, depending on your individual circumstances and work commitments.

What you will study

Open to all qualified candidates, the final year study programme on the BSc (Hons) HRM degree comprises six modules designed to develop and enhance your appreciation and understanding of a range of key HRM concepts from both an academic and a professional perspective. Individual modules are outlined below.

  • Study Skills for Distance Learners
  • Integrating Professional Business Experience
  • Managing Change in a Human Resource Environment
  • Developing Human Resource Professional Practice
  • Human Resource Management within the Organisational Context
  • Dissertation 

Entry Requirements

Each programme is designed to meet the needs of students in any business who want to upgrade their operations skills and progress their qualifications to degree level.

To qualify for direct entry to the top-up degree we normally look for a recent level 5 qualification (up to 5 years old) and on-going employment in a relevant field to the course subject area.

We may also accept candidates with a level 4 qualification or extensive work experience under certain conditions.
If you are unsure of your suitability for the degree, please contact our Admissions team.

Course Outcomes

Increasingly, employers are looking to recruit graduates who can demonstrate they have the necessary skills and abilities to succeed in their professional environment and the BSc (Hons) Human Resource Management degree qualification is designed to enhance those qualities and provide the basis for further career development. The benefits of the programme include:

  • Academic recognition for learning that you have already achieved;
  • Programme delivery at a pace and place to suit you, the potential to work towards the degree when work and personal commitments allow and to break off from the programme when other pressures take over;
  • Individual learning programmes focused on job-relevant learning;
  • Direct access to specialist expertise to support work-based projects and extend the scope of your activities;
  • Immediate opportunities to apply theory in practice;
  • Improved performance and the ability to respond to change.

How you are assessed

The assessments are designed to address the learning outcomes of all individual modules, utilising a range of assessment methods including essays, portfolios, reflective logs and reports. There are opportunities for formative feedback to aid learning and prepare students for submission of assessments on an on-going basis throughout the programme.  

Course cost: £7,000

Lincoln International Business School. University of Lincoln, Brayford Wharf East, Lincoln. LN5 7AT
e-mail: libspgr@lincoln.ac.uk