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Managing Change and Innovation - MSc (PGCert, PGDip)


Course Description

This course combines two of the most exciting areas of management and leadership. It provides you with the knowledge and skills necessary for leading the practice of change and harnessing innovation.

Key to the course's philosophy is the connection between change and innovation and a focus on futures-oriented processes.

The course is designed to fit around your personal and professional commitments. It is taught in seven teaching blocks and you can choose to spread the course over a few years or complete it quickly in less than two years. Courses start in September, January and April.

Each three-day block is assessed through an organisation-based project which will contribute to your employer's business. The projects will ensure that you are using best practice in your work. Your employer will benefit from your ability to maximise organisational success during periods of change, as well as your capacity to effectively communicate the changes to staff.

All of the classroom teaching is workshop-based which promotes group discussion and the sharing of experience. Each of the modules incorporate real-life case studies.

Managing Change and Innovation MSc will enable you to become an authoritative practitioner and leader of change and innovation practice. Likely roles include change management consultant, programme manager, project leader or entrepreneur.

Course structure

This course is delivered in seven teaching blocks. Each block is taught over three consecutive days, and is assessed by a work-based project which will contribute to your employer's business.

All of the classroom teaching is workshop-based which promotes group discussion and the sharing of experience.

Each of the modules incorporate real-life case studies.

You can choose to spread the course over a few years or complete it quickly in less than two years.

Corporate clients are typically taught off campus, and usually on a residential basis.

Syllabus

The modules you will study incorporate a range of change management and innovation topics.

You will complete the course with a project that will provide you with hands-on experience.

Modules:

Managing the Human Aspects of Change
Political and Institutional Perspectives on Change Management
The Leadership of Change
Systems and Complexity Approaches to Change Management
Managing New Forms of Innovation
Managing Innovation Through Strategic Projects
Change and Innovation Case Analysis

Careers and employability

The course will enable graduates to become authoritative practitioners and leaders of change and innovation practice. Likely roles include change management consultant, programme manager, project leader or entrepreneur.

On completion of this course you will have a sound understanding of innovation and change management and leadership. You will be equipped with the knowledge and skills known to be widely sought after by private, public and not-for-profit organisations undergoing significant transformation and evolution.

Graduates of the course receive free membership to the Institute of Change Management.

Visit the Managing Change and Innovation - MSc (PGCert, PGDip) page on the University of Brighton website for more details!

Entry Requirements

The standard entry qualifications are a degree or professional qualification equivalent to a degree, plus at least three years' professional work experience. Applications will also be considered from managers with at least five years' experience who do not hold a degree or equivalent qualification. If English is not your first language, you will need English language proficiency equivalent to an overall IELTS score of at least 6.5, with 6.0 in the written test and a minimum of 5.5 in the other elements.

Last Updated

26 June 2017

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