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MSc Management (Enterprise & Local Economic Development)

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  • Objectives
    This degree provides a focus on management enterprises and organisation in the modern globalised world. Globally, facilitating the creation and growth of small businesses is now at the heart of local and regional economic development. The MSc Management (Enterprise and Local Economic Development) provides a solid postgraduate-level management education for those seeking to pursue careers in the diverse array of private, public and third sector organisations involved in local and regional economic regeneration and enterprise development. The degree offers tomorrow's leaders in this field a unique theory-led and practice-oriented education.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements A good second class honours degree or better from a recognised university, or approved professional qualification. Our standard English requirements for overseas students are: IELTS 7.0 with a minimum of 6 in each category or TOEFL 617 with 4.5 on the Test of Written English, which must be taken as a separate part of the TOEFL test, or 260 in the computer-based test with 5 in the TWE.
  • Academic Title
    MSc Management (Enterprise & Local Economic Development)
  • Course description
    Course content

    Core modules

    -Accounting & Financial Management
    -Managing People in Organisations
    -Marketing Management
    -Operations Management
    -Research Methods

    Optional modules (choose four)

    -Strategic Management
    -Public Sector Financial Management
    -Enterprise Development
    -Managing Local & Regional Economics
    -The Future of Work

    Students complete a project/dissertation in the following summer.

    Teaching
    -Lectures
    -Seminars
    -Case studies
    -Group work for collaborative learning
    -Augmented with web-based discussion groups

    Assessment
    -Coursework
    -Individual assignments
    -Group projects
    -End-semester examinations
    -Project

    Certificate/Diploma in Management (Enterprise & Local Economic Development)
    Students who successfully complete the first semester but do not proceed receive the Certificate in Management. Those who pass both semesters´ modules but do not proceed receive the Diploma in Management (Enterprise & Local Economic Development).

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