BA in Business, Enterprise & Community Development Tuam Graduating Class 2013





BA in Business Enterprise & Community Development








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Introduction

  • This is Year Three of a four year BA (Hons) in Business, in Social Enterprise, Leadership & Management. It is a part-time Distance Learning Programme Accredited by Athlone Institute of Technology.
  • You will have the opportunity to develop your interest in the fields of Business, Enterprise & Community Development and to enhance your competencies towards becoming effective administrators, managers or organisers in these areas.

Who is it For

Completion of this programme will be of particular interest to you if you are:

  • A Graduate of Equal Ireland’s Higher Certificate in Business, Enterprise & Community Development
  • A Graduate of a Comparative Level 6 programme
  • An owner/Manager or Sole Trader
  • A Community Activist
  • An Entrepreneur with a business idea
  • A Volunteer in a Community Group or Organisation

Entry  Requirements

 Applicants are required to have successfully achieved either:

  • The EQUAL Ireland Higher Certificate in Business, Enterprise & Community Development 
  • A Level 6 Higher Certificate award in a relevant discipline
  • Successful completion fo a Recognition of Prior Learinng Portfolio (RPL)

Recognition of Prior Learning

This method of entry is available to you in the event that you do not have the required formal educational qualifications, but have gained relevant knowledge and experience from work and community involvement etc. 

Assessment Information

This programme is assessed through an array of continuous applied projects, both group and individual. 

 

To apply, please complete the Application Form (click to download) – to be Signed, Scanned and returned to applications@equalireland.ie

You can also reach out to us as info@equalireland.ie

Course Structure

Modules

Business Development (10 Credits)
Community Development (15 Credits)
Applied Human Resource Management (10 Credits)
Financial Analysis (5 Credits)
Applied Information & Communication Technology (5 Credits)
Integrated Learning Project (15 Credits)

Programme Delivery & Supports

The programme will be delivered through Workshops held locally or centrally, or through a mixture of both. Engagement is on average two days per month over a 12 month period. An increasing proportion of delivery will be online using our eLearning platform. 

Key Learning Supports:

  • The EQUAl Ireland Moodle eLearning Platform
  • Access to tutor and other support stafff between workshops
  • Module Manuals
  • Summary Video Presentations
  • Organised Study Groups