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  • Objectives
    The MSc in Management Consultancy is designed for those wishing to develop the key independent consultancy skills to advise and support managers and business leaders to enhance their businesses capabilities. The programme has a specific focus at dealing with business leaders working at senior management and board level and provides the essential tool for those aspiring to enter the world of consultancy.
  • Entry requirements
    The programme is designed for newly practicing or aspiring consultant’s wishing to become involved in the development of companies and supporting board level decision making processes.The programme offers you the chance to develop the key diagnostic skills to be able to critically identify and understand the business needs of your clients. The programme further considers the impact board activity has on broader stakeholder interests and how the board can develop a more comprehensive stance to accommodate their needs to match changing demands of the business world.
  • Academic Title
    MSc Management Consultancy
  • Course description
    Structure of the MSc Programme

    The MSc in Management Consultancy consists of 6 taught (blocks)
    component covering two academic semesters during which you attend
    lectures, tutorials, guest speaker events and workshops coupled with
    directed reading.

    Successful completion of the taught component allows you to move onto
    the dissertation stage, where you are required to write a 15,000 word
    research based dissertation on a subject in which you have developed an
    interest during the programme.

    Simultaneously, you will undertake a short module in research methods
    in order to prepare for the final dissertation stage and to further develop
    your important research skills; this will be linked to our group-handrail
    facility and is one of the unique elements in the programme, providing a
    dynamic and invigorating support system for individuals.

    Module outline

    The award is made up of three taught strands comprising of three (3)
    fundamental modules two (2) Boardroom Common Core modules and
    one (1) Specialist Route option.

    STRAND ONE - THE FUNDAMENTALS: COMPRISE OF

    1. Entrepreneurial Leadership;
    which is designed to enable you to
    critically examine your personal capabilities in context to leadership and
    management styles and clear identification of your personal
    development needs.

    2. Financial Management; provides you with an understanding of financial
    management techniques including the development of business planning
    within an enterprise to support effective decision making.

    3. Strategic Management; enables you to examine the strategic planning
    process; conduct risk evaluations and identification of critical success
    factors (CSF) to ensure effective business performance.

    STRANDTWO - THE BOARDROOM COMMON CORE: COMPRISE OF

    4. The Board and Good Governance;
    allows you to critically evaluate the
    legal duties of directors and the board and considers essential differences
    between the directors, managers, and owners of a business.

    5. Corporate Stakeholder and Engagement Management; enables you to
    evaluate essential differences, issues and complex relationships between
    organisations and diverse stakeholder groups including clients,
    customers and employees.

    STRANDTHREE - THE SPECIALIST ROUTE: COMPRISE OF

    6. Executive Coaching Master Class; the module is designed to provide
    you with the knowledge; understanding and critical awareness of the
    different perspectives of executive coaching and its role in enhancing
    the leadership capabilities of executives and the impact this will
    have on the performance of organisations in context to a dynamic
    business environment.

    Assessment
    Students are assessed on the taught component by a variety of
    mechanisms including presentations, written reports and critical
    reflections. Every effort is made to vary the assessment methods and to
    distribute them evenly throughout the semester to make it a demanding
    but enjoyable learning experience.

    We do not assess via examination.

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