Cornwall College

FdA E-Business Management

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UCAS course code
GN51
Institution code
C78
Duration
2 years
Start date
September 2014
Course type
Full-time
Location
Cornwall College (Camborne)

Course details

  • Year 1
  • Core modules
    • FBU101 Business Finance

      The module introduces students to key aspects of financial and management accounting in order to be able to use financial information for decision making purposes.

    • CITN181 Converging Technology and Information

      This module will introduce the convergent technologies associated with the communication needs of an organisation. It will provide the necessary knowledge required to understand how data is managed.

    • CITN160 Databases and Information Systems

      This module addresses the issues associated with the effective design and use of information systems. The use of database software will include background information on the structure and creation of relational database applications and access to databases, and elementary database programming.

    • CITN165 Human Computer Interaction

      Overview of the need for a human perspective in the design of computer systems, an appreciation of features of human cognition and behaviour and the design of human-centred systems.

    • FBU104 Marketing

      This core module provides an introduction to the general theory of marketing and its application in a range of organisational types. It is intended to give a broad understanding of marketing considerations in managing the marketing function in a business context.

    • CORC107 Numerical Solutions in Business

      The collection, manipulation and presentation of data appropriate to business, together with the necessary underpinning mathematical and statistical knowledge required. The module will be very practical and will cover the use of spreadsheet software to process and present data.

    • CORC1013C Personal & Employability Skills Development

      This module is designed to equip students with the necessary knowledge and skills to develop themselves in terms of their personal and employability skills.

    • CITN168 Website Development

      Introduces the planning and development of a commercial website, including the practical aspects of client-side scripting, online payment, security and marketing.

  • Final year
  • Core modules
    • CITN261 Application of E Business Technologies

    • CITN264 Computers and the Law

    • CORC262 E-Customer Relationship Management

      This module builds on the foundation of marketing principles and provides learners with an understanding of how databases form the basis for customer relationship management (CRM) to provide support for an e-CRM strategy.

    • CORC2010 E-Marketing

      This core module builds on the foundation of marketing principles and provides learners with an understanding of how digital tools can help identify, anticipate and satisfy customer needs efficiently.

    • CORC261 Multimedia Communications

      This core module focuses on the analysis and creativity required for marketing communications in a multimedia era. It puts theory into practice by challenging students to plan for, create and evaluate a multimedia communications campaign for an existing or new offering on behalf of a new start-up or established organisation.

    • CITN272 Planning & Managing Projects

    • CITN257 Project

    • CORC277 Search Engine Marketing

      This module focuses on understanding, evaluating and applying techniques for search engine marketing as part of an integrated marketing communications plan in a variety of contexts.

    • CITN270 Server Side Programming

      To introduce concepts of CGI programs and embedded scripting languages, and to explore the relationship between programming and information retrieval techniques in a web-based environment.

The modules shown for this course or programme are those being studied by current students, or expected new modules. Modules are subject to change depending on year of entry.

Fees & funding

As this course is delivered by one of our partner colleges, please contact the college directly for information on fees and funding.

How to apply

All applications for undergraduate courses are made through UCAS (Universities and Colleges Admissions Service). 

UCAS will ask for the information contained in the box at the top of this course page including the UCAS course code and the institution code. 

Apply for this course on the UCAS website.

For more information about submitting an application including application deadline dates, please visit the UCAS website.

Further study & progression routes

Completing this course enables you to progress onto these related courses and programmes with Plymouth University.

*Your progression route application must be submitted by 15th January the year you wish to continue with your studies and is subject to availability.

Our partnership with Cornwall College

We know how important it is to land that first job after you graduate. We know you might want to learn in your local area. We know you may want to study a specialist degree – using unique facilities – that’s not available nationally. Which is why, through our Academic Partnerships, we collaborate with regional, national and international partners to create a hands-on learning experience that simply can’t be found on large university campuses. 

With 15 partner colleges and two partner institutions, the great work we’ve done with our partners won us the Queen’s Anniversary prize. And in 2005, we were awarded a £4.5 million grant to carry on the good work.

So, you get the best of both worlds. A supportive learning environment as part of a close-knit community, and a university-level qualification awarded by us. And, as well as the facilities and services your college provides, we’ll give you all the additional support and resources you need. You’ll automatically become a member of our Students’ Union, too.

One of our partners delivers this course – so please visit their website for full course details, entry requirements, tuition fees and full information on what student life is like there. 
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Information required by UCAS

Institution code
C78
UCAS code
GN51-CC
Campus code
There is no campus code
Application deadline
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Open days

Partner college open days

This course is run at one of our partner colleges. Open days are held at the college and more details of these can be found on the college website. You'll find contact details below, on this page.

Plymouth University open days

You are also very welcome to attend a Plymouth University open day, to get a flavour of the courses you can progress to from a partner college. There will however be limited information on this specific course and college.

Studying with Cornwall College

Looking to study a specialist subject at university level? Want to do it in one of the most beautiful places in the world? Our wide range of courses gives you the chance to pick up the skills and experience you’ll need for your chosen profession.

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