Golf Management BA (Hons)

University of the Highlands and Islands
En Inverness (Escocia)

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  • Bachelor's degree
  • Inverness (Escocia)

Scotland is known as the ‘home of golf’ which is now a £1 billion industry, directly contributing £496 million to Scotland’s gross domestic product (GDP) annually.

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Dónde se imparte y en qué fechas

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15 septiembre 2016
12b Ness Walk, IV3 5SQ, Highlands and Islands, Escocia
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IT Management
Skills and Training

Programa académico

Year 1 - CertHE Core modules are: Introduction to Golf Management Introduction of work-related learning Introduction to customer-centred business Option modules include: Performance and skills Essential skills for business and leisure Introduction to business finance and accounting Introduction to enterprise and marketing Introduction to people management Year 3 - BA Core modules are: Research skills Research project or work placement Niche tourism Option modules include: Financial management Strategic human resource management Marketing communications Entrepreneurship and social enterprise Sports science: a critical analysis Understanding visitor behaviour Year 2 - DipHE Core modules are: Contemporary industry issues Event planning and organisation Principles of coaching and development Golf course maintenance and design Option modules include: Strength and conditioning Management accounting Contemporary marketing Management of business information work placements Year 4 - BA (Hons) Year four can be studied online via the UHI Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) with support from your tutors and brings your management and business skills into sharp focus.   You will complete a dissertation, or research and present a plan for a new business; and study the module PGA professional: business analysis and planning. Option modules include: Strategic marketing Work-based learning: international placement Corporate financial decision-making E-business Innovation and enterprise Strategic planning Tourism event planning