Management - Management Sciences - Course Outline, Lecture notes for Business Management and Analysis. Jaypee University of Engineering & Technology

Management - Management Sciences - Course Outline, Lecture notes for Business Management and Analysis. Jaypee University of Engineering & Technology

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Leeds University Business School

MSc Management

Programme specification:

The MSc Management is a pre-experience programme of study to prepare participants for a career in business and management, primarily for candidates who possess an undergraduate degree in a subject area other than management. The School is one of the leading Business Schools in the country, being one of relatively few in the UK to have EQUIS accreditation from the European Foundation for Management Development (January 2002). It is highly rated for research, with a prestigious '5' grade (RAE2001) and for learning and teaching, which is rated as 'excellent' across the whole range of programmes provided (Subject Review 2001). MBA programmes have recently (December 2002) been re-accredited by AMBA. The programme will: - offer the opportunity to pursue excellence in research and teaching in the broad fields of business, management and economic studies for the benefit of society in general, and the academic, business and professional communities in particular, within a learning culture in which research enriches teaching; - facilitate and promote students' intellectual and personal development in order to equip them for professional or equivalent roles in society and provide them with a capacity and motivation for continued intellectual development; - facilitate intellectual development and independent learning by providing access to career-related cognitive and interpersonal skills and developing of a range of transferable skills, building upon the previous achievements of candidates by providing advanced study either for a career, or in preparation for further study; - offer opportunities to develop a critical understanding of relevant theoretical and empirical literature; apply acquired skills and knowledge to specific research questions; and demonstrate the ability to independently research topics in the relevant subject area, building upon directed research experience; - provide a learning environment which promotes active participation in the learning process with a strong emphasis on group and syndicate work, designed to enhance team-working skills through active membership of syndicate and discussion groups, sharing experience and a variety of approaches to ideas, analyses and applications. The programme will also: - provide comprehensive knowledge and understanding of business and the analytical and management skills required for a successful career in today's world of work; - promote an understanding of organisations, their management and the

environment in which they operate, with a specific focus on the international context to address the expectations of overseas students and build on the School's research strength in this area; - develop specific management knowledge and cognitive skills, together with the self-awareness and personal development needed to become future managers with special emphasis placed on issues of employability, and the opportunity to develop personal and interpersonal skills; - offer the opportunity to draw together the knowledge and skills acquired in the programme by designing, initiating, carrying out and reporting a significant piece of independent research under supervision on a topic in the subject area chosen by the candidate in conjunction with their supervisor.

Year 1 - View timetable

[Learning Outcomes, Transferable (Key) Skills, Assessment, Learning Context]

Compulsory modules:

The Modules in Semester 2 of this programme assume knowledge covered by the modules in Semester 1 and may thus draw on or make reference to this information. As a result these modules are only available to students who have studied Semester 1 or, in exceptional circumstances, can demonstrate appropriate knowledge in relevant subject areas to the satisfaction of the Programme Director. Candidates will be required to study the following compulsory modules:

LUBS5000M Quantitative Methods Pre-requisite for: LUBS5012M, LUBS5250M 15 credits Semester 1

LUBS5012M Research Methods Pre-requisite for: LUBS5250M 15 credits Semester 2

LUBS5200M Understanding Organisations 15 credits Semester 1

LUBS5205M Accounting for Managers 15 credits Semester 1

LUBS5210M Marketing for Management 15 credits Semester 1

LUBS5215M International Business Management 15 credits Semester 1

LUBS5220M Knowledge Management for Managers 15 credits Semester 2

LUBS5225M Strategic Management 15 credits Semester 2

LUBS5236M Operations and Innovation Management 15 credits Semester 2

LUBS5250M Dissertation 30 Semester 2 PFP


Optional modules:

Candidates will be required to study 15 credits from the following optional modules:

LUBS5054M International Banking and Finance 15 credits Semester 1 LUBS5230M International Strategic Management 15 credits Semester 2 LUBS5240M Human Resource Management: An International Perspective 15 credits Semester 2 LUBS5256M Managing Change 15 credits Semester 2

Candidates are eligible for the award if they pass the compulsory 30 credit dissertation, (LUBS 5250M) and any other 8x15 credit optional or compulsory modules.

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