The MSc in Management degree is an intensive, one-year full-time programme that allows business and non-business graduates to acquire the necessary tools and skills to pursue a successful career in the management of business, finance, marketing and human resources.
Why study MSc in Management at Dundee?
Dundee offers a flexible master's programme in management enabling you to choose a combination of subjects that best suits your aptitudes and aspirations. You can choose to take a number of different pathways, namely:
MSc in Management
MSc in Management and Finance
MSc in Management and Accounting
MSc in Management and Marketing
MSc in Management and Human Resources
MSc in Management and International Business
The programme is delivered by the School of Business who are at the leading edge of accounting, finance and economics developments and the Graduate School of Natural Resources, Law, Policy and Management. The Graduate School covers teaching across the areas of law, policy and management with a focus on energy, water and the mineral resources sector.
Aims of the programme
The programme aims to equip graduates with management and leadership skills necessary to manage:
People and their performance
Crises and change
Projects and the associated risks
as well as develop strategies to deal with global challenges and the choices facing the business.
What's so good about MSc in Management at Dundee?
A special feature of this programme is the Distinguished Visitor and Enterprise Gym Lecture Series. Distinguished practitioners in the field are invited to the University to hold seminars highlighting critical aspects of Business Finance and Marketing. It offers students a unique opportunity to meet with business leaders.
Who should study this course?
The programme is intended for graduates from a range of undergraduate degree programs, including, Accountancy, Economics, Administration, Engineering, International Relations, Politics, Mathematics and Humanities, to enable them to acquire the necessary tools and skills to pursue a successful career in the management of business, finance, marketing and human resources.
How you will be taught
Modules are taught using a variety of teaching methods such as lectures, workshops, group-work and student presentations.
What you will study
The programme begins with a two week foundation module to bring all students up to a common minimum standard in management and business statistics. The foundation module also introduces students to important learning resources within the University (e.g. the library and study skills support) and starts the process of encouraging student to work in 'teams' and to see their fellow students as an important learning resource over and above the resources available at the University.
There are six core management modules including a management report that are compulsory for all six pathways. The compulsory core management modules are:
- Foundation Management and Business Statistics
- Performance Measurement and Reporting
- Operations Management and Change
- Human Resource Management
- Marketing Management and Strategy
- Strategic Management and Organisational Analysis
- Project Report (a management report)
Thereafter, students take a further three 20 credit modules (total 60 credits) depending on the pathway of their choice. With a full list available on our website http://www.dundee.ac.uk/postgraduate/courses/management_msc.htm
How you will be assessed
All modules are assessed through a combination of coursework and final assessment held at the end of each Semester with re-sit opportunity shortly thereafter. Coursework may account for as much as 40-50% of the overall degree. Coursework is an integral part of the assessment process. By forming part of the total mark it encourages students to excel throughout the degree.
Graduates will be equipped with management and leadership skills and knowledge that enhances their employability and contribution to society.
The programme will prepare you to work in small firms, in large multinational firms with offices throughout the world, in the public sector or in international and charitable organisations. The work includes meeting a wide cross-section of different people, and the provision of advice, management and technical services.
You will also have the opportunity to develop important contacts with a large number of fellow students who on leaving the University will progress to important management positions in a wide range of firms and businesses all over the world.
You will be able to make use of the University's dedicated careers service so as to confidently present yourself to the world's top employers.