difference between 'Business' and 'Management'

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on the subject ranking tables, you can either sort by business or management as a subject..

some degrees are called business and some are called management..


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They're very similar courses and it completely depends on the university so look at each individual university. Usually management is much more theoretical and you study more of the theory side of HRM, marketing, finance, and there tends to be an emphasis on organisation studies (corporate culture, change, etc) whereas business is maybe a bit more practical and you could do more actual accounting, economics in it aswell as covering areas such as marketing, HRM, finance, etcetc.
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In my experience of looking at post grad management degrees, the above is not true at all.
They contain finance, HRM and marketing as well.
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(Original post by django5)
In my experience of looking at post grad management degrees, the above is not true at all.
They contain finance, HRM and marketing as well.
I said they did contain those areas?
I was also referring to UG courses, I'm not familiar with PG courses.
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I thought you were saying Business = practical Management = theory
No?
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(Original post by django5)
I thought you were saying Business = practical Management = theory
No?
That's not what you said above.
To an extent. Emphasis on "very similar courses", "depends on the university", "Usually" and "a bit more".
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whats UG courses and PG courses
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whats UG courses and PG courses
UG course are for ugly girls, PG courses are for pretty girls.

It's actually undergraduate and postgraduate.
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UG course are for ugly girls, PG courses are for pretty girls.

It's actually undergraduate and postgraduate.
Haha ....but you myst be a guy...

UG is for Uptown Girls .....
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