MA Practice Management - Wolverhampton - West Midlands - University of Wolverhampton, School of Legal Studies - I14839

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MA Practice Management - At the institution - Wolverhampton - West Midlands

  • Objectives
    - You will be able to move into a recognised professional role within your own organisation, or into another organisation, at a higher level - This qualification will provide professional status within the ranks of a legal practice - It is also suitable for those working within a dental or GP practice
  • Entry requirements
    - You should normally have a good Honours degree or equivalent - substantial management experience in legal practice can substitute for graduate status - You should also have a good standard of written and spoken English (IELTS 6.0 or equivalent) - Applicants who have completed the Legal Practice Course within the designated time restrictions will be entitled to apply for accreditation of 90 credits towards a Masters-level qualification
  • Academic title
    MA Practice Management
  • Course description
    Summary
    - Developed in collaboration with the Law Management Section of the Law Society, this course covers the key management and professional issues facing today's lawyers
    - The course draws upon expertise from the School of Legal Studies and the University of Wolverhampton Business School lecturers have strong links with the legal profession and local law firms
    - This individually-tailored study programme enables you to demonstrate a systemic understanding and critical awareness of current managerial and organisational problems, much of which is related to your professional practice
    - The course is particularly suited to those already in employment - you have the chance to develop essential skills in your individual area of work
    - It is of interest to anyone who wants to further their knowledge of complex managerial and organisational issues
    - Through analysis of your own organisation, you will be able to demonstrate creativity in problem-solving to implement change
    - Completion deadlines of the different stages are flexible to accommodate the needs of the individual as far as possible within University regulations
    - Teaching methods include case study analysis, group discussions, student-led seminars, lectures, class exercises, projects and personal reflection
    - Benefit from our wide range of law facilities
    - Student support promotes a strong sense of community within the School of Legal Studies
    - Learn about the expertise of our staff
    - Find out about our research activities

    Typical modules may include
    - PGCert:
    - Business Planning and Change Management
    - Quality and Project Management
    - Relationship Marketing
    - Risk Management

    - PGDip
    - CPD and Learning Portfolio
    Choice of 3 modules from:
    - Business Law
    - E-Business
    - Employment Law
    - Finance, Dispute Resolution and Conflict Management Professional Ethics
    - Human Resource Issues in Management

    - MA
    - Research Methods
    - Dissertation

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