As organisations face a growing number of global and strategic challenges, and the need for responsible leadership, good governance and ethical behaviour continues to rise, highly qualified risk management professionals find themselves in great demand.
Glasgow Caledonian University's MSc Risk Management explores strategic and operational risk in the context of wider organisational resilience. This research-led postgraduate programme is available to study in either full time mode; as part of our thriving international community based on campus or distance learning mode; benefiting from our full support at a time and place that suits you.
Join a leading UK provider with over 30 years risk management teaching experience and benefit from our longstanding links and excellent reputation with industry bodies and professionals while developing the advanced skillset employers need.
What you will study
You'll become part of a specialist but diverse student community, experiencing a truly international working environment, learning from peers and teaching staff from around the world, gaining real insight into the major similarities and differences in approaches to global risk management.
Start your journey to becoming a global risk manager by learning these key aims:
Learn to critically evaluate appropriate models and techniques for diverse competitive environments in the global economy
Become an effective global citizen by understanding how to adapt to different business practices in a variety of cultural environments.
Business Continuity and Crisis Management
Global Perspectives on Risk
Contemporary Issues in Insurance
Risk Analysis and Modelling
Risk and Organisational Resilience
Financial Securities Analysis
Ethics, Governance and Responsible Leadership
Applied Professional Practice
Masters Research Project
MSc Risk Management
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