Milestone for Thames

November 1997
Manager: British Journal of Administrative Management;Nov/Dec97, Issue 7, p26
Academic Journal
Reports on the preview launch session for the Thames Business School's Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Administrative Management (BAAM). Presentations on the rationale behind the BAAM degree; Partnership between the University of Lincolnshire and the Institute of Administrative Management; Planned learning strategy for the degree.


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