Comments about Communications Management Masters MCM course MSc-PgDip - At the institution - Coventry - West Midlands
The course aims are: * To provide an understanding of the global Environment of ICT with an analytical study of the nature of the business and processes involved. * To provide an understanding of the management and implementation of ICT projects. * To provide an understanding of the legal and regulatory requirements for ICT. * To understand the underlying principles of strategic management as applied to the communications industry. * To provide an understanding of the economics of a liberated and competitive communications industry. * To understand the importance of organisational theory, behaviour, Human Resource Management issues & interpersonal communications to successful business management. * To be able to respond to and manage change.
Applicants are required to have gained 3-5 years of work experience in the Telecom Environment prior to joining the course.
Communications Management Masters MCM course MSc/PgDip
This course offers a distinctive new programme model responsive to the learning and competence needs of communications organisations throughout the world. The Master of Communications Management engages students, their organisations and the awarding institution in an outward-looking partnership that will enable the programme to evolve at the same pace of the Information Communications industry.
The modules stated below form the basis of this degree as specified by the ITU and UKTA in 1999 in response to request by ITU members for a recognizable programme for telecommunication Professionals.
* Team Building
* Study Skills and Research methods
* Basic Computing
The course covers the following modules:
* Environment for Information and Communications Technologies
* The Economics of a Liberated and Competitive Network
* The Legal and Regulatory Requirements for ICTs
* The Strategic Management of ICTs
* Creating Business Advantage
* Project Management of ICT Implementation
* Financial Decision Making and Risk Analysis
* Human Resource Management
* Change and the Virtual Organisation
In addition the student must satisfactorily complete an individual project.