Business Studies Level 3 Course

Module 1 Introduction to Business
Unit 1 Business and its nature
Unit 2 Features of business
Unit 3 Relation between economy and business
Unit 4 Economy types
Unit 5 Recourses used in business
Module 2 Manufacturing Businesses
Unit 1 The manufacturing sector in the UK
Unit 2 The service sector in the UK
Unit 3 The economy in the UK
Unit 4 Contributions of business activities in the economy
Unit 5 Economy and BREXIT
Module 3 Business Structures
Unit 1 Types of business structures
Unit 2 Ownership
Unit 3 Control
Unit 4 Liability
Unit 5 Taxation
Unit 6 Sole proprietorship
Unit 7 Advantages
Unit 8 Disadvantages
Unit 9 Sole proprietorship in the UK
Module 4 Corporations and Trusts
Unit 1 Company
Unit 2 Advantages
Unit 3 Disadvantages
Unit 4 Trust
Unit 5 Advantages
Unit 6 Disadvantages
Module 5 Business Organisations
Unit 1 Organisation
Unit 2 Formal
Unit 3 Informal
Unit 4 Organisational theory
Unit 5 Classical organisation theory
Unit 6 Neo-classical organisation theory
Unit 7 Modern organisation theory
Module 6 Organisation Structure
Unit 1 Structure of organisations
Unit 2 Organisational chart
Unit 3 Relationship and command chain
Unit 4 Solid horizontal lines
Unit 5 Solid vertical lines
Unit 6 Dotted lines
Unit 7 Type of organisation structure
Unit 8 Line structure
Unit 9 Matrix structure
Unit 10 Divisional organisational structure
Unit 11 Hybrid organisational structure
Module 7 Business Organisations and Environment
Unit 1 Organisational environment
Unit 2 Internal environment
Unit 3 Environment analysis
Unit 4 Political environment
Unit 5 Economic environment
Unit 6 Social environment
Unit 7 Technological environment
Unit 8 Legal environment
Unit 9 Ecological environment
Module 8 Exploring Business Internal and External Environments
Unit 1 Cooperative management
Unit 2 Human resource
Unit 3 Financial resources
Unit 4 External environment
Unit 5 Competition
Unit 6 Governmental regulations
Unit 7 Environmental uncertainties