Business Administration BA (Hons); University of Hertfordshire
This course offers a sound foundation in business and the disciplines which underpin business, as well as an enviable choice of optional subjects.
- Gain a broad knowledge base by studying areas such as accounting, economics and the principles of marketing.
In 1951, the de Havilland company gave land in Hatfield adjoining the A1 to Hertfordshire County Council for educational use in perpetuity. In 1952 the Council used this land to build and operate Hatfield Technical College, which trained aerospace engineers for Hatfield's then dominant aerospace industry. The college rapidly became a centre of excellence in mechanical and aeronautical engineering and the natural sciences. In 1992, the institution received University status.
- Our state-of-the-art teaching and learning environment is on Hertfordshire University's de Havilland campus, a short distance from central London and the historic city of St Albans.
- At the Hertfordshire Business School we have over 150 full time academic staff and 120 visiting lecturers who bring their industry expertise into the classroom.
- Our exceptional study facilities including Learning Resources Centres which are open 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.
- With a student community of over 24,500 including more than 2,000 international students that together represent 85 countries, the university exhibits an international character.
- It has good transport links to the rest of the UK, with London only 25 minutes by train, and the University's own bus company providing student transport.