Your courses are grouped into five parts—four sets of taught courses and a professional development programme.
Core courses—Get a grounding in commercial law, economics and markets, how organisations work, technology and information systems, problem solving and decision making, and accounting for managers.
Contemporary Management—Designed to draw attention to issues in management, these courses cover corporate finance, marketing, human resources and how to manage the operations of manufacturing and service organisations.
Strategic Capstone—Develop a strategic perspective through courses on leading change, innovation and entrepreneurship, and strategic management. Research an area of management that interests you.
Elective courses—Choose two courses from a range of options that allow you to focus in more detail on areas that most interest you and most benefit your career (the courses you can do depend on demand, faculty resources and timetabling).
Professional Development—Apply what you’ve learnt to real-world problems through 120 hours of professional development activities, including a Dragon’s Den consultancy challenge, a not-for-profit advisory project, MBA Business Lab strategy workshops and an international study tour.