Newman University Mba

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Newman University Mba

Newman University Mba

 

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Course length: 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time

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Overview

Centred on a critical and ethical approach to the theory and practice of business management principles this course builds on our successful undergraduate programmes in business management.

You’ll explore key areas which are fundamental to a successful business career: Managing People and Processes, Financial management, Leading and Managing, Managing Tools and Technology, Management Strategy, and Contemporary issues in Global Business.

You’ll acquire the fundamental skills needed to achieve success in the business world and to be attractive to a wide range of major employers across the global economy. The course will validate your developing expertise and understanding of a broad range of modern business issues and the skills and knowledge required to deal with them.

After successfully completing this course you would be equipped to take up effective business specialist and management roles within a wide range of organisations.

Our teaching staff have a wide range of research interests and expertise.  You will also receive support from a supervisior throughout the final project phase of the course.

Assessment

Assessment is through a range of methods including online discussions, video presentations, and short question and answer sessions, along with more traditional essays, reports, and time constrained assessments. The course culminates in a research project based on your original research. It will be conducted in an area of interest to you using the research skills acquired throughout the course.

Contact

For more information please contact:

Gautam Rajkhowa, Senior Lecturer in Business Management
e-mail: g.rajkhowa@newman.ac.uk
tel: 0121 476 1181 ext 2658

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