Management Programme Structure

Our approach to management education equips you with a thorough grounding in business and management principles, preparing you to think independently about business challenges. You will graduate prepared to apply interdisciplinary knowledge to different contexts, strengthening your analytical and decision-making skills.

360 Total Credits |
As Few as 3 Years of Study

The maximum period of registration for the undergraduate online degree programmes in management is six years. To complete a programme in as few as three years, students must take the equivalent of four full courses per year.

BSc Business and Management Courses

The online BSc Business and Management programme examines today’s business issues analytically and critically. You will learn to question and evaluate information, develop informed arguments and communicate effectively with various stakeholders – all of which are valuable in fast-paced business settings.

The table below shows the course sequence for a three-year completion timeline. Full courses are 30 credits and span 20 weeks. Half courses are 15 credits and span 10 weeks.


Year One

  • Business and Management in a Global Context

  • Statistics 1 (half course)

  • Mathematics 1 (half course)

  • Principles of Accounting

  • Introduction to Economics


Year Two

  • Core Management Concepts

  • Data Analysis for Decision-Making

  • Operations Management

  • Information Systems Management


Year Three

  • Human Resource Management

  • Marketing Management

  • Strategy

  • Open Choice (any level)

Open choice courses: choose one 100, 200 or 300 course (or two half courses) from the course selection list (PDF, 1.3mb), or two LSE summer school courses.

Take a Strategic Approach to Business Challenges

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BSc Economics and Management Courses

Placing a strong emphasis on social science theory and practice, the BSc Economics and Management programme provides a critical look into international management practice through an economic lens. The programme takes an applied approach to economics, and complementary disciplines, that will help you understand how organisations work and interact. You’ll learn to use relevant economic theory and reasoning to understand the evolution of industries and functioning of markets.

The table below shows the course sequence for a three-year completion timeline.


Year One

  • Business and Management in a Global Context

  • Statistics 1 (half course)

  • Mathematics 1 (half course)

  • Principles of Accounting

  • Introduction to Economics


Year Two

  • Microeconomics

  • Data Analysis for Decision-Making

  • Macroeconomics

  • Principles of Corporate Finance


Year Three

  • Strategy

  • Marketing Management

  • The World Economy from the Industrial Revolution to the Present or Monetary Economics or Industrial Economics

  • Open Choice (any level)

Open choice courses: choose one 100, 200 or 300 course (or two half courses) from the course selection list (PDF, 1.3mb), or two LSE summer school courses.

Pair Economic Reasoning and Business Expertise

Request information to connect with a dedicated admissions counsellor, who can help you learn more about the online BSc Economics and Management.