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02 August 2017
The MSc Finance and Management provides a good foundation in finance together with an overview of management functions within an organisation. It is an ideal qualification for anyone wanting to start or progress their career in the finance function of an organisation and then move into general management later. It is relevant to working in small businesses where the ability to control finances is essential, within the finance function of large business organisations, and also in public sector organisations. The programme offers a choice of the full range of options in both finance and management, so it is possible to tailor this programme to match your career goals.
You can study the programme in an intensive nine-month format, or over 12 months. With both formats you will gain a firm foundation in financial management, investment decisions and research skills in finance, as well as an introduction to the main ideas and functions of international business and marketing. If studying over nine months you will then study corporate finance, strategy, plus four additional options in the second term. You can select a short investment analysis project as one of the options. With the 12 month format you can will study the Investment Analysis Dissertation (45 credits) plus up to four optional modules.
In addition, intensive computing training covering Datastream, Thomson Reuters, and other financial databases and software systems, is incorporated into relevant modules.
Study abroad and gain a second Masters qualification
During the programme you will study modules (including the dissertation in the 12 month variant) totalling 180 credits. Please note that programme structures may be subject to change. Descriptions of the individual modules are given in full on the Business School postgraduate module list http://business-school.exeter.ac.uk/programmes/postgraduate/modules/ .
Recent examples of compulsory modules are as follows; Advanced Corporate Finance; Financial Instruments; Fundamentals of Financial Management; Investment Analysis; Strategy; Managing Operations; Marketing Strategy and Principles of International Business
Some recent examples are as follows; Banking and Financial Services; Derivatives Pricing; Domestic and International Portfolio Management; Entrepreneurship: New Venture Development; International Financial Management; International Financial Management; Investment Analysis; International Human Resource Management; Strategic Innovation Management; Topics in Financial Economics; Financial Modelling; Corporate Finance and Governance; Mergers, Management Buyouts and Other Corporate Reorganizations and Alternative Investments.