Learn management theory and how to apply it in the workplace in this online master's degree. You'll investigate a real-life management issue to help you hone your leadership skills.
Develop your leadership skills with this flexible management course that enables you to convert your existing experience into a master’s qualification - in as little as six months.
Put management theory into practice and investigate existing organisational issues. The degree aims to equip you with the professional skills to really add value in the workplace.
Study where and when it suits you, with expert guidance from a dedicated course supervisor, who will support your research and help you to create meaningful change at work.
You should have 120 credits at Level 7 in a subject which contains relevant management content. The 120 credits will be derived typically from CIPD, CIMA, ACCA, CIM, CIPS programmes or similar Level 7 PG Diploma programmes.
You should be able to demonstrate at least two years’ professional experience, with evidence of management responsibility by submission of a CV and statement from a referee, either your manager or someone who has had significant professional contact with you.
How much will it cost?
The total fee for this course is £4600.00.
It consists of two programs/modules:
Management Research Skills (50 credit module) – £3833.33 (per year)
Management Research Project (10 credit module) – £766.66 (per year)
On successful completion of the course, you should be able to:
- Identify and clearly specify management problems in order to determine the effects that they have upon an organisation
- Critically review relevant, contemporary academic and practitioner literature relating to management and the organisational context
- Systematically and creatively execute appropriate research design using selected research methods to ethically examine defined management problems
- Demonstrate effective management of a project, recognising and adapting to change throughout
- Effectively and consistently present, evaluate and analyse data in the investigation of management
- Reach well-researched conclusions and articulated judgements based upon management research, to create a range of recommendations
- Quantify and critically examine the impact of complex management interventions on an organisation
- Demonstrate strengthening of your professional practice through reflective self-directed learning and communication of findings to an academic audience and organisational stakeholders