The Australasian Accounting, Business and Finance Journal is a double blind peer reviewed academic journal. Management and development of a business requires an understanding of the changes taking place in the business world, society, consumer markets, financial issues, organisational strategy, global economies and digital technology. You will learn how all these factors combined with the ability to understand key financial aspects are critical to the sustained development of a business.
The minimum requirement for most financial managers is a bachelor’s degree in business, accounting, finance or a related field. A master’s degree in business administration, finance or related may be preferred by some employers. Career opportunities for graduates include banking, insurance, law and business consultancy, as well as a wide variety of specialist and generalist management posts in leisure and sport, marketing and human resources.
You don’t need to have studied business before to thrive on this degree. You just need to be ambitious, numerate, and passionate about business and finance. Part of the Business & Finance Media Group, Business & Finance is Ireland’s leading business magazine. Established in 1964, the magazine is devoted to providing senior business people across every sector with quality editorial and in-depth coverage on all aspects of enterprise.
What does it take for an organisation to succeed? Managing operations well is critical to every type of organisation and requires both strategic and tactical skills. Only through effective and efficient utilization of resources can an organisation be successful in the long run. Operations management is concerned with explaining how manufacturing and service organisations work. This module will introduce you to this functional field of management which encompasses the design and improvement of the processes and systems employed in the creation and delivery of an organisation’s products and services.
This course is offered by Norwich Business School in the Social Sciences Faculty at UEA and participates in the University Affiliation Program of the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Institute. If you love working with numbers, want a career that’s more varied than accountancy, and aspire to rise to the top of your chosen field, this degree is ideal.