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Higher Education Studies and Working Life Skills
|Higher Education Studies and Working Life Skills 1||1|
|Higher Education Studies and Working Life Skills 2||1|
|Higher Education Studies and Working Life Skills 3||1|
|Higher Education Studies and Working Life Skills 4||1|
|Higher Education Studies and Working Life Skills: Information Skills||1|
Basic Business Studies
|Information management in an enterprise||5|
|Basics of Marketing||5|
|Basics of Accounting||5|
|Basics of Business Operations||5|
Swedish Business Communication, B1
|Swedish in working life, oral communication||2|
|Swedish in working life, written communication||3|
|Work Community Competence||10|
|Basics of Accounting and Taxation||5|
|Aspects of Marketing and Marketing Environment||10|
|Basics of Business Law||5|
|Research and development methods||5|
(Select 15 ECTS)
|Introduction to International Business||5|
|Digital Marketing 1||5|
|Digital Marketing 2||5|
|Development Project in Digital Business 1||5|
|Digital Business Models||5|
|Development Project in Digital Business 2||5|
(Select 30 ECTS)
|Brush up Your Swedish||5|
|Toolbox for Online Student||3|
|Swedish Support Course||3|
|Basic Work Placement||15|
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Due to the timing of optional and elective courses, credit accumulation per semester / academic year may vary.
The aim of the study programme is to train diverse business experts and work life developers. Students with Bachelor of Business Administration degrees are employed to various business management, development, management and managerial positions or alternatively become self-employed as entrepreneurs.
The core competence of the degree is formed by the operation and development of companies and organizations. The following areas of expertise are emphasized in the study programme: customer, financial, work community and international competence, as well as RDI.
Structure of the study programme
At the beginning of the studies, the student becomes familiar with the basics of business and the communication and language as well as networking skills required. As the studies progress, students deepen their core business expertise, such as customer expertise, financial expertise, work community competence, international competence and RDI competence. Later, at a more advanced stage, students specialize in digital business.
The study programme includes work placement and elective courses designed to support and complement students’ own individual study plan, and deepen their professional skills. The thesis also deepens the students’ skills and professional orientation.
Blended study consists of both contact and distance lessons, and online studies. Blended studies require the ability to study independently, as contact lessons will be held approximately 2 days per month. During the distance study periods, students work independently with various learning tasks.
Upon graduation, the graduate can work in expert, development, or managerial positions or alternatively set up own business.
Examples of job titles for graduates: https://toissa.fi/working-life/show/tradenomi-amk-liiketalous.
Study opportunities after graduation
After the Bachelor degree in Business Administration, the graduate will be able to complete a Master of Business Administration or other appropriate university degree in his / her own field.
For students, the study programme provides the basic knowledge and skills needed in the labor market as well as the ability to continually develop their own skills. The aim of the programme is to provide the skills to develop a wide range of professional skills required in working life such as, leadership, teamwork and networking skills, critical thinking skills, and creativity. The aim is that the graduate has excellent communication and language skills and prerequisites for being up-to-date with the latest development in the field.
The students can acquire in-depth knowledge in digital business studies and they become familiar with new service concepts and business models that digitalization enables. The students learn digital marketing practices and gain an overall picture of digital services.
Studying is a blended studies that takes place in the form of contact hours and distance learning as well as online studies. It is possible to adapt the curricula to students’ own competence goals, thus ensuring the development of their own competence and lifelong learning. Various learning and development tasks are linked to the real environment; to their own work, to organizations or to companies. In these tasks, the student is an active participant, considering different challenges and solutions and applying them as far as possible into practice. Teachers work as tutors that support the student's learning process throughout the studies.
Students may also take their studies at other Universities and Universities of Applied Sciences in Finland or abroad and these studies may be included to the degree. Opportunities for international student exchanges are good and also practical training abroad is supported. Each student has a teacher tutor who helps in the design of the studies.
The evaluation focuses on know-how and its development. The evaluation methods and criteria are widely used as well as different perspectives. In addition to the assessment made by the teacher, peer review, self-assessment or evaluation by the client can be used. One objective of the assessment is that students learn to evaluate their own skills and develop their work.
Evaluation can be done in many different ways and can be based on, for example, exams, assignments and extensive learning tasks or projects. The evaluation criteria for each course are described in general terms in the study guide and in more detail in the course implementation plan.
The grade of the study units is reported as 0-5 or accepted / rejected. In addition, the student or student group often receives oral or written feedback that will help students acknowledge their own strengths and development goals.