Journalism and Business Management

What is Joint Honours?

A Joint Honours degree gives you the opportunity to study two subjects as one degree. This type of degree will broaden your skill set and enhance your career prospects. You can combine any two subjects as long as they’re in different zones, find out what you can combine this subject with.

Journalism

You’ll develop some of the basic skills you need to build a career as a journalist. You'll learn to use a range of multimedia technologies, ready for a career in a variety of journalistic fields including online or broadcast media production, PR, advertising and corporate communications. You'll study in our excellent facilities which include a television studio, radio editing booths, video editing suites, Mac suites and a newsroom equipped with the latest industry standard software.

Business Management

If you're keen on a career in general management, this course will give you the perfect start. You'll learn the theories of management and apply them to real situations, which will prepare you for a career in a dynamic business environment. You'll have the knowledge and skills you need for a management role in industry or commerce, and, depending on the pathway you choose, you can specialise in people management, marketing, enterprise or information systems.

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UCAS code: P5N2

Start date: September

Course length:

Campus: Kedleston Road site, Derby Campus, Markeaton Street site, Derby Campus

Fees and finance

2015/16 Fees

This is a classroom based course.

UK/EU students

  • Full time: £8,500 (each year)
  • £1,060 per module (you usually take the equivalent of 18 single modules)

International students

  • Full time: £10,900

These fees apply if you're starting this course between September 2015 and August 2016. We recommend you check fee details with us though, as they can change. Costs can increase each year.

Key Information Sets

Full time

Where will I study?

Kedleston Road site, Derby Campus, Markeaton Street site, Derby Campus