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Organisations often claim that their most valuable resources are their employees, but one of the most difficult tasks of management is to ensure that employees feel valued. This module examines the main theories, concepts and processes that are considered central to the management of human resources. The course combines theoretical analysis with examples of practical application to encourage students to think critically about the management of people. The course draws upon a range of literature and illustrative case studies to engage students and provides them with an opportunity to assess their own experiences of work.

This module has been designed specifically for 'with business students who study human resource management in their third year and is not available for students taking NN12.

These should provide insight into the grading process for your EEs.

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Comprehensive discussion and sharing on the INCOTERMS 2010 topic

Data Analytics refers to the use of statistics on data sets to aid in business decision making and in developing business insights. This module introduces concepts associated with business analytics.
The emphasis of the module will be on realistic business cases. In order to develop the practical aspects of the subject the student will learn about some of the industry standard packages. such as Statistical Analysis System (SAS), Structured Query Language (SQL), Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) under Excel, Hadoop, R, and SPSS.
Some of these systems will be described at a high level in order to allow the student gain a global view of the field without having to master every single system.
The course will include a summary overview of the basic statistical techniques used to describe a data set and explore the implementation.

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Credits: 15.0
Contact: Dr Felix Fischer
Overlap: None
Prerequisite: None

Develop your skills and knowledge at one of our face-to-face training courses.

Assessment: 75.0% Examination, 25.0% PracticalLevel: 5Timetable:

A time series is a collection of observations made sequentially, usually in time. This kind of data arises in a large number of disciplines ranging from economics and business to astrophysics and biology. This module introduces the theory, methods and applications of analysing time series data.

Assessment: 75.0% Examination, 25.0% CourseworkLevel: 4Timetable:

Credits: 15.0
Contact: Dr Lawrence Pettit
Overlap: None
Prerequisite: None

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The United States remains an important actor in the world and understanding its politics is vital both in comparison to other political systems and in terms of how its own political outcomes emerge. The module provides a comprehensive overview of US politics, starting from its foundations in the Constitution, through the core institutions of US government, and the political process itself. The module covers rival perspectives on understanding US politics and government, as well as core thematic areas such as political culture, informal actors in the political system, the influence of ideas, foreign policy, and an understanding of race, class and gender in US politics and society.

We have a number of Level 1/2, Level 3 and Entry Level / Pathways courses available.

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Credits: 15.0
Contact: Dr Robert Donnan
Overlap: None
Prerequisite: None

You will also see a supplemental subject handout that is taken directly from the IBO site.

Assessment: 80.0% Examination, 20.0% CourseworkLevel: 5Timetable:

A time series is a collection of observations made sequentially, usually in time. This kind of data arises in a large number of disciplines ranging from economics and business to astrophysics and biology. This module introduces the theory, methods and applications of analysing time series data.