The general study of business is taught widely across schools, colleges and universities. It combines areas of business such as finance, accounting, marketing, organisational studies and economics.
It’s considered a social science, which allows it to offer a range of in-depth specialities such as human resources management and people organisation.
Business studies degrees encompass a wide group of programmes, some specialised and some a lot more interdisciplinary. A lot primarily focus on practical, professional development. There is a huge array of key areas likely to be studied. These include but are not limited to:
Human resource management
Many different career paths become feasible with a business degree under your belt. Advertising, marketing, retails, sales, human resources and business consultancy are a few common ones to mention. As diverse a degree as it is, it opens many avenues for people to explore, an attractive notion to a lot of students who perhaps do not know what career path to pursue.
A lot of business studies undergraduates join graduate schemes, which many large, international companies run, which give graduates a great opportunity to learn on the job while earning a salary.
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