Awarded by: Middle States Commission on Higher Education
This course is designed to prepare and equip managers with the knowledge and competencies necessary to administer controllable forces within their organisations in order to adapt successfully to variables and changes in the uncontrollable environment.
American College Dublin
Students will study the following modules and undertake an internship and/or a research project: Leadership and management of business organisations; legal, ethical and social issues in a globalised economy; marketing management in a global economy; managing for global financial accountability and performance; strategic management seminar; business research methods; international finance; international trade and investment; foundations of energy and the world economy; historical economy of oil and gas; energy economics and policy; project management in the oil and gas industries.
An Honours bachelor degree in a cognate discipline is required. If the applicant has an Honours bachelor degree in a non-cognate discipline, it will be necessary for the applicant to complete such bridging modules as the admissions office deems necessary in order to achieve the prerequisite intended learning outcomes for participation in the programme. The length of this bridging programme depends on the amount of prerequisite learning outcomes achieved by the applicant, but normally will not exceed duration of 1 year. Applicants whose 1st language is not English should have an IELTS score of 7.0 or equivalent.
|Channel Islands||€10,000||Year 1|
|Northern Ireland||€10,000||Year 1|