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SCQF Level: 09  

Module Code: BMT305

Credit Value: 20  

Year: 2017/8

Term: Term 2

School: Dundee Business School

Description

This module is designed to increase student employability by demonstrating how the knowledge and skills they have developed during study can be applied to a real business problem. Other skills such as diplomacy and negotiation will be required when interacting with the business.

Aims

The aim of this Module is to provide the student with practical experience of working on a live business problem in the area of their degree study.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this module the student should be able to:

1.  Identify and apply appropriate best practice techniques to a management problem.

1.  Identify and apply appropriate best practice techniques to a management problem.

2.  Create and manage a suitable project plan for the project.

2.  Create and manage a suitable project plan for the project.

3.  Make recommendations based on systematically discussed results.

3.  Make recommendations based on systematically discussed results.

4.  Reflect on project experience and develop learning points for the future.

4.  Reflect on project experience and develop learning points for the future.

Indicative Content

1 Project briefing

Responsibilities of all parties involved; expectations of the module; requirements of professional conduct.

1 Project briefing

Responsibilities of all parties involved; expectations of the module; requirements of professional conduct.

2 Managing your project

Using project management techniques to schedule and control your project.

2 Managing your project

Using project management techniques to schedule and control your project.

3 Business Investigation

Research the client-defined project management issue, making effective use of current and professional literature and providing short to long term recommendations.

3 Business Investigation

Research the client-defined project management issue, making effective use of current and professional literature and providing short to long term recommendations.

4 Client Management

Acting in a professional manner e.g. being diplomatic, utilising negotiation skills, understanding the needs of the company may be different from idealised situations described in literature.

4 Client Management

Acting in a professional manner e.g. being diplomatic, utilising negotiation skills, understanding the needs of the company may be different from idealised situations described in literature.

5 Team working

How to work in a self-managing team; team expectations; peer review

5 Team working

How to work in a self-managing team; team expectations; peer review

6 Project debriefing

Self-reflection. Structured debriefing focused on student's project learning, and on learning through experience.

6 Project debriefing

Self-reflection. Structured debriefing focused on student's project learning, and on learning through experience.

Statement on Teaching, Learning and Assessment

Groups will be expected to attend weekly group meetings supervised by the tutor where targets will be set and progress checked against these. Students will be expected to meet outwith these times to progress the project. Students are expected to bring in learning that has taken place in other modules of their programme of study and share their professional experience.

Teaching and Learning Work Loads

Total 200
Lecture 0
Tutorial/Seminar 4
Supervised Practical Activity 40
Unsupervised Practical Activity 16
Assessment 50
Independent 90

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Guidance notes:

Credit Value – The total value of SCQF credits for the module. 20 credits are the equivalent of 10 ECTS credits. A full-time student should normally register for 60 SCQF credits per semester.

Disclaimer: We make every effort to ensure that the information on our website is accurate but it is possible that some changes may occur prior to the academic year of entry. The modules listed in this catalogue are offered subject to availability during academic year 2017/18 , and may be subject to change for future years.

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