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The programme is structured into three components; six core foundation subjects (60 credits), one of four specialist pathways (60 credits), and a dissertation (60 credits). The MSc Management programme is assessed by coursework only; there are no exams.
The programme is structured into three components; six core foundation subjects (60 credits), one of four specialist pathways (60 credits), and a dissertation (60 credits). The MSc Management programme is assessed by individual coursework, group coursework, and examinations.
Coursework can take the form of short essays, extended essays, reports and presentations, through which students demonstrate their knowledge and understanding.
Taught modules contribute two thirds of the overall degree (120 credits). The final assessment is the 60 credit dissertation (10,000 – 12,000 words), where students conduct their own research aligned to their pathway under the guidance of a supervisor.
Students undertaking the Entrepreneurship & Innovation pathway will also have the opportunity to explore starting-up their own business.
For those without a business, management or economics background please also see our MSc International Business programme.
To apply and start studying the core Management MSc or other specialist pathway, please visit the programme pages;
Qualification titles reflect the chosen specialist pathway:
MSc Management: Strategy
MSc Management: Operations
MSc Management: Entrepreneurship and Innovation
MSc Management: Organisational Leadership and Change
Students will also have the option to study a mixed pathway, graduating with an 'MSc Management'.