BSc (Hons) Graduate Apprenticeship in BSc (Hons) IT Management for Business

Undergraduate, Day Release, Full-time

Graduate Apprenticeship in BSc (Hons) IT Management for Business BSc (Hons)



WORK, EARN and LEARN. Study towards a degree in IT Management for Business while in paid, full-time employment

Overview

Develop an interest in, knowledge, and understanding of IT in a business and organisational context. Key component areas that make up the Graduate Apprenticeship in IT Management for Business are:
  • Business (20-25%)
  • Technology (25-35%)
  • Interpersonal Skills (20-25%)
  • Project Management (20-25%)
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Mode of Study:

Day Release, Full-time

Duration:

4 years


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Course details


  • calendar How you’ll be taught

    The programme is delivered over a full calendar year on a day release basis – weekly in years 1 and 2, monthly in years 3 and 4.

  • note and pen Assessments Mixture of practical assignments, exams, group projects and work-based learning.
  • briefcase Work placement

    You will be a full-time employee for the duration of the programme.

Popular modules

Year 1

  • Information Systems in Organisations
  • Software Development 1
  • Modelling for Business
  • Introduction to Human Computer Interaction
  • Computer Systems
  • Professional Practice 1: Work-Based Project

Year 2

  • Database Systems
  • Business Systems Analysis and Design
  • Software Engineering Methods
  • Project Management for Information Systems
  • Professional Practice 2: Work –Based Project

Year 3

  • User-Centred Organisational Systems
  • Information Technology Service Management
  • Digital Business Environments
  • Professional Practice 3: Work-Based Project

Year 4

  • Business Intelligence and Reporting
  • Information Strategy
  • Information Security and Society
  • Honours Project: Work-Based Project

Disclaimer

Study modules mentioned above are indicative only. Some changes may occur between now and the time that you study.

Full information on this is available in our disclaimer.

Entry requirements

Entry requirements

In order to apply, you must be resident in Scotland before you start your Graduate Apprenticeship. The premises you work in must also be located in Scotland. As part of your application, you'll have to show that you have the right to live and work in Scotland.

There is no upper age limit. You can apply if you're 16 or over. Some vacancies might be for ages 18 and over, because of health and safety requirements.

Advanced entry

Advanced entry into Year 2 is possible for students with suitable qualifications.

Minimum Year 1

To enter this programme at the start of Year 1 you must have either: 

• A minimum of four SQA Highers at Grade BBBB (or equivalent) including Computing or Maths plus Nat 5 English at C. Nat 5 Maths at C is also required if not taken at Higher. 
• A Foundation Apprenticeship in a related discipline plus suitable academic qualifications. 
• A Modern Apprenticeship in an unrelated discipline

Minimum Year 2

To enter this programme at the start of Year 2 you must have: 

• A Modern Apprenticeship in a related discipline

Recognition of prior learning

If you do not hold any of the above qualifications or awards but have relevant work experience you may be able to enter this programme at any of the above points. Your application will be considered on an individual basis, taking into consideration your previous study and experience. You will be asked to reflect on your previous experience and demonstrate skills, knowledge and understanding equivalent to that achieved on successful completion of the above entry requirements. We will provide you with support in your reflective process through interviews and guidance on presenting your evidence. 

English language requirements

As all learning, teaching and assessment activities are conducted in English, if your first language is not English you must have a minimum International English Language Testing System score of 6.0 with all four elements having a score of at least 5.5.

International students

We welcome applications from students studying a wide range of international qualifications.
Entry requirements by country

Please note that non-EU international students are unable to enrol onto the following courses:
  • BN Nursing/MN Nursing (Adult, Child, Mental Health or Learning Disability)
  • BM Midwifery/MM Midwifery

Admissions policies

We’re committed to admitting students who have the potential to succeed and benefit from our programmes of study. 

Our admissions policies will help you understand our admissions procedures, and how we use the information you provide us in your application to inform the decisions we make.

Undergraduate admissions policies
Postgraduate admissions policies

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Careers

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There is high demand for graduates with a solid understanding of IT and business alongside key communication and project management skills. 

The undergraduate Information Technology Management for Business (ITMB) degree programme is aimed at employment in the following areas:

  • IT Consultancy
  • IT System Operation
  • IT System Management
  • IT Network Planning and Control
  • IT Project Management
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