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    can someone tell that does does Ba and Bs courses are??
    I want to study business and I have seen courses which says :

    business studies Ba (hons) or
    business studies Bs ...

    what is the difference??
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    First, it's BSc, not BS.

    BA is a bachelor of arts, BSc is a bachelor of sciences, which means it'll be more science based, so you'll be doing more scientific studies and things as opposed to the BA.
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    (Original post by psychocustard)
    First, it's BSc, not BS.

    BA is a bachelor of arts, BSc is a bachelor of sciences, which means it'll be more science based, so you'll be doing more scientific studies and things as opposed to the BA.
    thankyou very much
    therefore, the course business and management with language studies (spanish) BA (hons). means that it would be more language based??
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    (Original post by xiao1992)
    thankyou very much
    therefore, the course business and management with language studies (spanish) BA (hons). means that it would be more language based??
    Not necessarily. You'll need to talk to the department to make sure exactly.
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    (Original post by psychocustard)
    Not necessarily. You'll need to talk to the department to make sure exactly.
    I dont want to fill studid but i have to ask this
    does Ba degrees are more respected to Bsc degrees or its the same

    thankyou for responding
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    (Original post by xiao1992)
    I dont want to fill studid but i have to ask this
    does Ba degrees are more respected to Bsc degrees or its the same

    thankyou for responding
    If it is a science subject then BSc are probably more respected, but that said all Oxbridge degrees are are Ba (except masters like MEng or MSci). What course are you thinking off?
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    (Original post by Chriz M)
    If it is a science subject then BSc are probably more respected, but that said all Oxbridge degrees are are Ba (except masters like MEng or MSci). What course are you thinking off?
    Im thinking of modern language (spanish) with business and management
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    (Original post by xiao1992)
    Im thinking of modern language (spanish) with business and management
    I wouldn't have thought it would matter. Spanish would be more of a BA, but Business if more of a BSc subject. As Business is the minor subject as it is "with" business, then a BA would probably be better. Go for the university or course you like best, and don't worry to much about whether it is a BA or BSc.
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    (Original post by xiao1992)
    I dont want to fill studid but i have to ask this
    does Ba degrees are more respected to Bsc degrees or its the same

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    It's pretty much the same, especially with your degree.

    However, if it were physics compared to media studies, then the BSc would be more respected.
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    the course will not always vary i have to say though...the course im looking at you can do ba or bsc and they have said the course is exactly the same its just our personal choice of what initials we want and we can decide right up until the end of the last year or something.
    it depends what you profession you want to go into after aswell, if your looking for a more arty profession ba is good but if your looking for a more professional and science/maths subject i would say bsc. at the end of the day though you need to speak to the unis you are looking at and ask the difference, they all change
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    ok, thankyou to u all !!
 
 
 

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