Awarded by: University of South Wales (Prifysgol De Cymru)
The MSc Management from University of South Wales provides Management practitioners with the knowledge, skills and competencies to perform more effectively at all levels within an organisation. The MSc is a rigorous ten-module course which will normally take part-time students 3 years to complete: however, it is available, via Management Development Centre Limited, to experienced Management professionals who are members of one of the industry-recognised professional institutes, as a part-time, one year course. In offering this, the University recognises the levels of knowledge attained in the profession and the value of practical experience in management. Candidates can gain a major academic qualification whilst still in their jobs, as teaching takes place over two residential weekends.
Management Development Centre Limited
Leadership and management theories; research methods; dissertation.
Candidates will attend two taught residential weekends, held at Moor Hall in Maidenhead. Unlike the professional qualifications, there are no examinations: each weekend module is assessed by means of assignments in the region of 6,000 words: following these, students are required to develop a formal Research Proposal. The final stage of the MSc programme involves a detailed research project: taking between 6 months and a year to complete, this is then written up as a dissertation of 18,000 words.
Full member (or Fellow) of one of the institutes named below and 5 years managerial experience (some students may be accepted with less experience, contact MDC for more info.)
The Institute of Leadership and Management;
The Chartered Management Institute;
The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development;
The Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CIPS);
The Chartered Institute of Logistics andTransport (CILT);
CPSM (ISM USA).
|Channel Islands||£5,990||Whole course|
|Northern Ireland||£5,990||Whole course|