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Get the perfect start to your degree at DMU with the International Year Zero (IYZ). You will take an extra year of study at DMUIC in order to complete your degree at DMU. Students who take the IYZ will continue to the first year of study of their chosen International Incorporated Bachelors degree programme at DMU.Business is becoming increasingly international and today’s graduates are expected to be able to thrive within the global business market.The modules on IYZ: Business and Law will
Get the perfect start to your degree at DMU with the International Year Zero (IYZ). You will take an extra year of study at DMUIC in order to complete your degree at DMU. Students who take the IYZ will continue to the first year of study of their chosen International Incorporated Bachelor's degree programme at DMU.
Business is becoming increasingly international and today’s graduates are expected to be able to thrive within the global business market.
The modules on IYZ: Business and Law will allow you develop the critical skills, knowledge and ability to succeed if you aspire to be one of the next generation of business leaders.
You’ll examine real-life business case studies to learn corporate strategy, analyse successful marketing campaigns and gain a solid grounding in management theory and economics.
As a student of DMUIC, you will have access to a wealth of business support services for students.
On this course you will:
Get a solid grounding in the basic principles of management, marketing, strategy and economics
Discover the factors for success used by multi-nationals
Learn how to start your own business
Essential Introduction to Accounting
Business Economics in Context
Government and Society
Introduction to Legal Principles and Systems
Additional modules include:
Study Skills I (Introduction to DMU)
Study Skills II (Information Technology and Numeracy)
Study Skills III (Communication)
English for Academic Purposes
Undergraduate degree options
Accounting and Business Management BA (Hons)
Accounting and Economics BA (Hons)
Accounting and Finance BA (Hons)
Advertising and Marketing Communications BA (Hons)
Arts and Festival Management BA (Hons)
Business Law LLB (Hons)
Business and Management BA (Hons)
Business Entrepreneurship and Innovation BA (Hons)
Business Management and Economics BA (Hons)
Business Management and HRM BA (Hons)
Economics BA (Hons)
Economics BSc (Hons)
Economics and Politics BA (Hons)
Fashion Buying with Marketing BA (Hons)
Fashion Buying with Merchandising BA (Hons)
History & International Relations BA (Hons)
History & Politics BA (Hons)
Human Resource Management BA (Hons)
International Business BA (Hons)
International Relations BA (Hons)
International Relations and Politics BA (Hons)
Law LLB (Hons)
Law and Criminal Justice LLB (Hons)
Law, Human Rights and Social Justice LLB (Hons)
Marketing BA (Hons)
Psychology BSc (Hons)
Psychology with Criminology BSc (Hons)
Psychology with Health and Wellbeing in Society BSc (Hons)