Strategic Management - Aungier Street
What is... Strategic Management?
Brexit, trade wars and GDPR are significant issues affecting business that require leaders with strategic vision to manage. Technological, economic and regulatory changes mean that businesses need management specialists who can develop long-term strategies that fully anticipate these developments.
Participants will study a range of business modules and undertake group and individual assessments to develop the functional competencies, specialist knowledge, research skills, analytical skills, leadership and soft skills necessary to respond to the needs and challenges of modern organisations.
**Irish Times Postgraduate Options 2016 and 2017 listed the Masters in Strategic Management as most popular course in TU Dublin.
This course is also available full-time. The Masters in Strategic Management is accredited by the Institute of Management Consultants and Advisors.
Semester 1 (September -December)
• Leading for High Performance
• Strategic Management 1
• Finance for Strategic Decision Making
Semester 2 (January - May)
• Strategic Marketing
• Analytics for Strategic Decision Making
Minimum Entry Requirements?
Graduates of bachelor degree courses in business, economics (or an undergraduate programme where business subjects account for at least 50% of the subjects) who have achieved an honours degree (2.2 grade or higher). Graduates of non-business bachelor degree courses who have achieved an honours degree (2.2 grade or higher) and have strong relevant work experience. Graduates with an equivalent qualification at honours level (for example ACCA, CIMA or other professional bodies)
If English is not your first language you will need to provide evidence of your English language proficiency as detailed on our website. Applicants for this course should have a minimum IELTS (Academic Version) English Proficiency of 6.5 overall (or equivalent) with nothing less than 6 in each component.
Non EU applicants must have documentary proof of Irish residency or an Irish work permit to be eligible to apply. It is the responsibility of the candidate to maintain such eligibility across the life cycle of the course.
Note: Due to the considerable competition for our postgraduate courses satisfying the minimum entry requirements is not a guarantee of a place. Depending on the course of study applications will be assessed on their academic grades and work/life experience may also be considered. Applicants may also be required to attend for interview for specific courses.
Applications for this course are now open.
Mode of Study: Part Time
Method of Delivery: Classroom, Online
Tuesday 6.00 – 10.00pm
Thursday 6.00 – 8.00pm
Lectures take place from September to December and then from February to May.