This programme is designed for non-business graduates who want to gain the business acumen, management knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in today's increasingly digitized and globally connected business environment. This conversion programme offers a wide and diverse range of subjects and upon successful completion of the programme, graduates should be well positioned to gain employment within any organisational or business context.
Delivered through a mix of interactive discussion, expert industry speakers and case studies, you will learn to critically analyse real strategic business issues, manage conflict and your personal leadership style. You will also learn from a diverse class of students from different locations and academic backgrounds, including arts, law, science, engineering and medicine.
A first or upper second-class honours degree, or equivalent. If you have yet to complete your degree, submit your most recent transcripts. If your transcript is not in English, please also supply a certified translation
Two academic referees
Work experience (optional)
An English competency exam
A GMAT score may be requested in certain cases
The course is assessed based on a combination of assigned coursework, written examination, and a dissertation.
This MSc. course is 90 credits delivered over one academic year. The taught component comprises modules totalling 60 credits. Students also complete a substantial research project, which accounts for a further 30 credits, to be eligible for consideration for the award of the degree.
• Project Management
• Implementing Marketing; Theories & Practices
• Strategic Management
• Operations Management
• Financial Management
• Human Resource Management
• Negotiation Theory & Practice
• Research Methods
• Leading Change in a Complex World
• The Psychology of Management
• Ethical Business
* Modules subject to change
Dissertation – Your research project is the culmination of your degree, allowing you to demonstrate and apply the techniques and knowledge acquired from the taught modules to a problem of real world academic or managerial concern.
1 year full-time
Next Intake September 2020