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BA (Hons) Top-Up, Level 6

Leadership & Management

This programme is perfect for students from a multitude of backgrounds including Business, Media, Sport, Hair and Beauty and Hospitality. The qualification will enable students to develop an understanding of leadership and management and the opportunities this creates for future career progression within a management role.

This top-up degree will focus on developing an understanding of:

  • Different leadership and management concepts
  • The role of leadership and management in organisations
  • Ethical Leadership and its impact on corporate social responsibility and sustainability

It will also provide students with the opportunity to develop their leadership and management skills through the application of theoretical approaches to assessed work and case-based studies, experimentation, collaboration, team work and the completion of a dissertation or research project. In addition, the course will enable students to reflect on their own personal and professional development.

Any additional costs - such as field trips = Residential and/or study tours are optional and will require student financial contribution.

Units are currently planned as*:

Entrepreneurial Leadership

Business Ethics including CSR and Sustainability

Strategic Marketing

Leading and Managing Change


A variety of assessment methods and blended learning approach will be used to enable learners to develop their academic and practical experience, whilst developing essential transferable and interpersonal skills for a future role within management.

*Please note, units may be subject to change from year-to-year, due to curriculum updating/sector changes/changes in delivery staff specialisms or awarding body requirements.

  • Successful completion of relevant Level 5 qualification (HND or Foundation Degree).
  • Two satisfactory references

Selby College has a dedicated HE area, extensive IT facilities and a well-stocked Learning Resource Centre with relevant texts, journals and e-resources which can be accessed on site and remotely.

Where can it lead?