Msc14&15-Bp Study Guide.Pdf Essay

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UNIVERSITY COLLEGE DUBLIN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF IRELAND, DUBLIN

MASTER OF SCIENCE (SINGAPORE)

Business Policy BMGT 4025S

STUDY GUIDE

MSc14/15 FT / Singapore

Copyright October 2012

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Author: Dr Yousef Eiadat and Dr Richard Tan (2012)

This manual was prepared for University College Dublin as a comprehensive support for students completing the above mentioned Degree programme.

© This publication may not be reproduced, in whole or in part without permission in from University College Dublin.

Module Co-ordinator: Dr Yousef Eiadat & Dr Richard Tan

Contact details Mobile: TBA Office: TBA Email: rich_bsc@yahoo.com.sg

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Welcome message 1. INTRODUCTION a. Background details b.
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We will spend time ensuring that you can apply the main tools and techniques to the real world situation outlined cases. Should you require clarification on any matter pertaining to the module, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Dr Yousef Eiadat Dr. Richard Tan Module coordinator, BMGT4008S

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PART 1: INTRODUCTION
This Study Guide is designed to provide you with details of the module (Business Policy, BMGT4025S), the learning outcomes, delivery and assessment arrangements. The Study Guide consists of 6 parts Part 1 gives background details to the subject area are provided and the broad aims of the module are set out. Part 2 consists of the module outline. In this part the (a) module learning outcomes, (b) the themes and topics to be explored are explained along with the (c) learning supports to be used. Part 3 gives details of the module delivery arrangements. It sets out the session arrangements and the expectations in relation to your prior preparation and student engagement. Part 4 provides details of the assessment techniques used in this module explaining the assessment components, their rationale. Part 5 explains the UCD grading policy and grade descriptors drawing on the university document are given for each assessment component (i) Pre-module assignment, (ii) Main Assignment and (iii) Examination

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