The programme starts in September and is offered both as a full-time programme over one academic year and as a part-time programme over two academic years. In both cases, the programme requires effectively 40 weeks of study.

The programme include the following courses:

Management perspectives in industrial organizations, 7,5 cp (IY2544) 

The course provides a comprehensive overview of the issues that managers have to face in today's business culture. The course is grounded in the idea that today's global environment requires managers to embrace an organizational complexity made of multiple perspectives. Those perspectives are grounded in contemporary practitioners' reflections on human agency in organizations while addressing global challenges of competition, emerging markets and technology disruptions.

Leadership in organizations and projects, 7,5 cp (IY2536)

This course offers a broad understanding of different forms of leadership in organizations, such as line and project management. Issues of the interplay between engineering and management perspectives are specifically discussed.

Managerial Economics, 7,5 cp (IY2545)

The course aims at the student understanding the value of microeconomic tools in the management process, particularly in the analysis of market issues.

Corporate Finance, 7,5 cp (IY2541)

This course deals with how to make strategic financial and investment decisions.

Management Control Systems, 7,5 cp (IY2537)

The course aims at the student gaining knowledge of management control systems. Focus is on understanding and interpreting the information that comes out of management control systems, and how this information can be used in decision making processes.

Strategy and Marketing, 7,5 cp (IY2546)

In this course, the student learns about theories of strategy and marketing, and how these can be applied in organizations.

Master’s thesis project MBA, 15 cp (IY2542)

 In this course, the student independently conducts an investigation by using a scientific approach and focusing on a topic relevant to practitioners within the field of management.



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