Friday, May 25, 2007

TBP - Delaware MBA

The Delaware MBA/MS Information Systems & Technology Management Dual Degree

The Department of Accounting & Management Information Systems, in cooperation with the Office of Graduate & Executive Programs offers a MBA/MS in Information Systems & Technology Management (IS&TM) dual degree option. The dual degree option allows the student to complete both the MBA and the IS&TM with a total of 60 credits. The MBA/MS: IS&TM combines the required courses in the MBA program with the required and elective courses in the MS in IS&TM. See sample curriculum. This program is jointly administered by the Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics Graduate and Executive Programs office and the Department of Accounting & Management Information Systems.

Requirements for Admission

Students desiring to pursue the joint MBA/MS: IS&TM must apply directly to the degree program and must meet the admissions requirements of both programs (See the University catalog for those requirements). The admissions directors for each program will evaluate the application separately and will apply the same criteria as specified in their respective programs. The prospective student is encouraged to see the admissions policies for both programs in the graduate catalog. Whereas the MS: IS&TM program accepts both the GMAT and GRE exams, scores for the GMAT will be accepted by both programs.

The MBA/MS: IS&TM is a joint degree program. As such, the joint programs must be completed and the dual degree is conferred. Students admitted to the MBA/MS joint degree program who later decide they only want to complete one of the degrees must apply separately to the desired program for admission as a candidate in that program. Students who complete the single degree (MBA or MS: IS&TM) may not at a later date be admitted to the dual degree program. In such case the student would be required to complete all requirements for the second degree. A student who is initially admitted to either degree and who decides to pursue the dual degree must apply for change of degree to the MBA/MS dual degree prior to receiving the first degree and must complete the requirements for the dual degree prior to any degree being granted.

Requirements for the Dual Degree

The MBA/MS in IS&TM program combines the require courses for the MBA program with the additional required courses of the MS in IS&TM program. The MBA core and required courses make up 30 credits of the program, the additional 30 credits of course work are from the MS in IS&TM. The total 60 credit program includes no elective credits, therefore careful planning is required.

Students may apply for the MBA/MS in IS&TM on either a part-time or full-time basis. Full-time students are expected to complete the program in two years. Part-time students are expected to complete the program in approximately four years.

Transfers of coursework earned elsewhere, and waivers of courses are allowable under the same provisions as the MBA and MS in IS&TM programs separately. Regardless of course waivers, dual degree students must complete a minimum of 60 credits of coursework at the graduate level.

Students must maintain continuous enrollment in every regular semester (fall and spring) throughout their program unless by approved leave of absence.


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TN2MU - Finance Programs at University of Delaware

Graduate Programs Related to Finance

MBA Program

At the graduate level, the MBA degree offers its students an option to concentrate in Finance. A concentration in Finance is desirable for individuals seeking a career in corporate finance, portfolio management, investment banking, consumer banking, international finance, and/or financial consulting.

To concentrate in Finance through the MBA, one is required to take four finance classes beyond the core course in managerial finance, FINC 850.

  • FINC 851 - Corporate Financial Analysis (an emphasis on financial policy)

  • FINC 852 - Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management (an emphasis on portfolio strategy)

  • FINC 853 - International Finance (an emphasis on currency influences in investments and corporate finance)

  • FINC 854 - Special Topics in Finance

  • FINC 855 - Financial Institutions and Markets (an emphasis on fixed income markets)

  • FINC 856 - Financial Engineering & Risk Management (an emphasis on futures and options)

  • FINC 858 - Corporate Governance (an emphasis on seminar discussion of the relationships between managers and owners)

  • FINC 859 - Seminar in Finance (an emphasis on a project of strong interest to you)

  • FINC 867 - This course number designates an 'experimental course,' meaning a course that is a new idea. The name and nature of such courses changes over time. Currently, under this number:

    • For Fall 2005, we have an MBA Elective: Small Business Finance, with an emphasis on practical funding and operating decisions.

    • For Spring 2006, we have a Ph.D. elective: Workshop in Financial Economics. This is appropriate for Economics Ph.D and M.S. students, and perhaps others, with appropriate preparation. Contact the Department for more information.

Click here to view the corresponding syllabi for these courses.

MBA students also need to take 6 credits of other MBA electives not offered by the Finance Department. The electives should be selected to enhance the student's understanding of other topics related to their career objective.

Visit the MBA Program site to find out more about MBA admissions, financial aid, student fellowships, and the Corporate Associates Program. To find out about MBA placement, contact Mr. Robert Barker, Graduate and Executive Programs Office, at 302-831-8912.

Ph. D. Program

Ph.D. in Economics with a Financial Economics concentration is offered through the Economics
department. For detailed information on the Ph.D. program, contact that department at (302) 831-2565.


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TBDSL - Economics at University of Delaware

Economics is a fascinating subject, poised at the intersections of social science, business, and public policy. An understanding of economics principles is critical to success in business and to the design of effective government policy. Economists study how markets work to determine what is produced, how it is produced, and how income is distributed. Among the many topics studied in economics are the role and impact of international trade, the impact of monopoly on the economy, and the problems of unemployment and inflation.

Many students are attracted to economics for its blend of quantitative methods, social science subject matter, and policy applications. Economics is a terrific liberal arts major, as well as excellent preparation for careers in business and government and for further graduate and professional study. A graduate degree in economics offers a wide variety of career opportunities in both the public and private sectors.

The University of Delaware Economics Department includes 27 full-time faculty who cover the full range of courses and fields in economics. Our department takes great pride in both our teaching and research accomplishments.

At the undergraduate level, we offer B.A. and B.S. degrees in Economics and a B.A. in Economic Education. At the graduate level, we offer M.A., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in Economics, a joint MA/MBA, and an M.A. degree in Economics and Entrepreneurship for Educators (MAEEE).

You can learn more about our department and all of these programs here. You can also stop by and see us on the 4th floor of Purnell Hall or call us at 302-831-2565.


Business Administration

Undergraduate Programs Overview

The undergraduate BS degree programs in Business Administration provide a wide road that prepares students for careers in the business and industry, as well as government and public corporations. The curriculum is designed to give students both a broad liberal arts background and a strong professional education.

In general, the first and second years for Business Administration majors consists of a flexible selection of humanities, liberal arts, mathematics, and social and natural science courses. During the third and fourth year, courses are concentrated in the professional business area, providing a focused path to each student’s destination. Click here to view the requirements necessary to obtain a degree within the Department of Business Administration.

Within business administration, students select one of three majors offered through the department. Many students choose to double major with any combination of majors offered. These include:
Operations Management.

Students may also pursue double majors with such other Lerner College majors as Finance, Accounting, and Economics. In addition, students often choose to select a minor from an array of University minors. Two of these minors are offered through the department of Business Administration--the Business Administration minor and the International Business minor. Click here for more information on our minors.

A number of academic enrichment opportunities are available to students. A partial list includes an Honors Degree in Business Administration, honors courses, degrees with Distinction, and the Dean's Scholar Program. Study abroad programs also provide students with the opportunity for international travel and study. Click here to find out more about international opportunities provided through the department of Business Administration. For more information beyond the links available, here, contact the Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Programs at (302) 831-4369.


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TNicole - MS Accounting, University of Delaware

The Department of Accounting and Management Information Systems offers a program leading to the Master of Science degree in Accounting. The objective of the M.S. in Accounting program is to extend the education of qualified students into advanced study in each of the major areas of the field of accounting (financial, managerial, information systems, auditing, and taxation), as well as in the supporting fields of finance and quantitative methods.

Why Pursue an MS Accounting Degree? Because you want to go further, the M.S. in Accounting provides advanced preparation for careers in public accounting, information systems consulting, industry, and government, and establishes a foundation for further study at the Ph.D. level in preparation for an academic career. Additional concentration toward more in-depth study in any of the five accounting areas is possible by the combination of elective courses and independent study/research with an interested faculty member.

Students in the M.S. in Accounting program pursue either a full-time or a part-time course of study. Full-time students with an undergraduate accounting major from an accredited AACSB institution should be able to complete the program within one calendar year. The program requires 30 hours of graduate credit which includes twelve credits of required accounting and twelve credits of required systems courses, plus three credits each of finance and statistics. Candidates for admission are invited to contact the Director of the M.S. Program, Dr. Kent St. Pierre, 206 Purnell Hall, (302) 831-2961.


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TNKJ - University of Delaware MBA

Accelerate your career with the University of Delaware Lerner College Executive MBA.

Our 19 month program is internationally accredited, taught by expert faculty and attended by top business minds. The convenient location and weekend schedule keeps pace with you as real-world curricula is applied to advance your learning goals and provide personal and professional growth.

This lock step program allows experienced professionals to complete the University of Delaware MBA in 45 weekends over 19 months – with the summer off. Each of our five nine-week semesters builds on the experience of our opening residency in Lewes, Delaware. This four day event offers students the opportunity to bond with their cohort, understand the structure of the EMBA and complete a 3-credit course, Strategic Thinking for the Executive Leader. In your final semester, a 10 to 12 day international residency caps off the program.



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TNOTTO - University of Delaware MBA

Why a Lerner MBA?

Your future! Being equipped to handle the opportunities and threats of today's dynamic business environment has never been more important. New products, new markets, off-shore resourcing, mergers, and new technologies all create uncertainty and opportunity. An MBA helps position you to take advantage of the opportunities and protects you from the threats. A Master of Business Administration provides you with a broad view of the functional areas of business.

Diverse Curriculum

In addition to this broad view of business, the Lerner MBA provides students with the opportunity to explore areas of interest in greater detail. Electives allow students to explore disciplines within the College as well as graduate-level fields of study at other Colleges within the University of Delaware. From Finance to Urban Affairs & Public Policy, Marketing to Chemical Engineering, Museum Studies to Sport Management, the University of Delaware offers maximum flexibility while providing outstanding exposure to key business disciplines.

Expert Faculty

Our faculty are experts in their respective disciplines. More than 90% of our MBA curriculum is taught by tenured and tenure-track faculty. Unlike teaching practitioners who have a fine grasp of the topics from a single perspective, our faculty are recognized experts in their fields. They research a wide variety of industries and organizations in order to form a comprehensive view of the subject matter. Our faculty are truly leaders in their fields.

Two Locations

The Lerner MBA is offered at two convenient locations: Newark and Wilmington. All courses are offered at Alfred Lerner and Purnell Hall on our Newark Campus. All core and required courses as well as some popular electives are offered at Arsht Hall on our Wilmington campus, located on Pennsylvania Avenue across from the Tower Hill School. In addition to these convenient locations in the heart of the Corporate Capital of the country, we have on-line options and accelerated programs. Our winter session and two summer sessions allow you to complete the degree part-time in as little as 24 months and full-time in as little as 16 months. Opportunities to study abroad give students a chance to visit other countries, cultures and companies while earning course credit.




TNP - Academics Departments, University of Michigan

The University of Michigan has always been regarded as the world’s finest public research university. Our ability as scholars to come together across disciplines to solve problems and further the understanding of complex issues has established Michigan as a global force in developing and disseminating new knowledge.

With the faculty’s foundation in intellectual capital, Ross delivers management education with best-of-class training in all disciplines and functional areasfrom finance and marketing to corporate strategy and entrepreneurial studies.

Students in all of our degree programsMBA, BBA, Masters of Accounting and Ph.D.receive cutting-edge knowledge in every area that comprises the curriculum. Elective courses for developing advanced expertise are in ample supply and are among the best in every field. Ross ensures that all knowledge is delivered through a rigorous commitment to teaching quality.

Our students have access to one of the world’s greatest research universities, with opportunities for interdisciplinary learning in a wide range of academic and professional fields. Research Institutes and Centers, and partnerships with other University units, drive Ross' intellectual vitality.

Courses at Ross are offered in ten divisions. Information about each area, including a list of faculty, courses and current research and resources, can be accessed via the links on the left.


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TTTN - Jones Center for BBA Education, Michigan University

On May 10, 2005 the University of Michigan announced the gift from Tom Jones to establish the Thomas C. Jones Center for BBA Education at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan. The purpose of this gift is to enhance the BBA educational experience. Examples of the kinds of activities that are envisioned are the following:
  • Educational programming to provide BBA students the benefit of Action Based Learning projects, similar to those that currently characterize the Ross School day-MBA student experience.
  • Programming dedicated to development not only of requisite knowledge and skills, but also of students leadership capability. The programming, where practical, should leverage the leadership programming in other Ross School programs, but should be customized to the needs of BBA students.
  • One or a series of integrative capstone courses to develop students' ability to synthesize functional knowledge into an overall understanding of the business situation leading to action planning.
  • Workshops to complement coursework to provide skills allowing students to be outstanding entrants to the world of business practice.
  • Training and guidance on career planning and the transition into the work place.

The current Executive Director of the Jones Center is Scott Moore, BBA Program Director, Arthur F. Thurnau Professor, and Associate Professor of Business Information Technology. If you have questions about a class or activity that might benefit from funding by the Jones Center, please contact Dr. Moore.

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TTC - Ross School of Business

Michigan's 3-year BBA Program

Michigan's Ross School of Business will welcome the first class of 3-year BBA students in Fall 2006. Students now apply to the BBA Program during their freshman year of college, while there is also an opportunity to apply as a high school senior creating a BBA experience that begins as a University of Michigan freshman. No matter when a student enters the program, the Michigan BBA combines the best of a liberal arts and business education.

How to Apply

The Admissions Committee values academic strength, strong quantitative skills, writing skills and extra-curricular involvement. See incoming Fall 2006 admit profiles for Preferred Admission and the 3-year BBA Program.

Meet with someone at the Ross School of Business if you have questions about the BBA Program.

See a BBA Senior talk about a great Ross experience!

Please note: High School students - all decisions for Preferred Admission for the Fall 2007 incoming class have been rendered. If you have questions, email


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TTY - Oragon MBA Program

Accelerated M.B.A. Program

Requirements: Sixteen 3-4 credit electives; 48 credits minimum
Length: Four terms of full-time study

Students are eligible for the accelerated 4-term program if they have

• An undergraduate business degree from an AACSB-accredited institution
• 2 courses each in Accounting and Finance with a grade of B or better
• A strong overall academic record
• GMAT score of 600 or better
• Good work experience


How does the accelerated M.B.A. work?
Accelerated students skip the first-year core and directly proceed to the second-year electives. Unlike students in the 2-year program, however, accelerated students take sixteen 3- or 4-credit electives. Your choice of focus areas is the same.

How long does the accelerated M.B.A. take?
If you are a full-time student taking a normal load of 4 courses per term, you’ll be done in 4 terms, or 15 months from start to finish. LCB does not offer graduate business courses in the summer, although it is possible to take 1-2 courses in Economics or Planning, Public Policy and Management. On a part-time basis it will take longer, of course.

Do I have to start the accelerated M.B.A. in the fall?
While a fall start date is preferred, students can also enter the accelerated program in winter or spring.

Is the accelerated M.B.A. degree worth less?
No! You’ll be receiving the same degree and your diploma will read the same as that for the two-year program.

What are the advantages of the accelerated M.B.A. ?
1. It takes less time and costs less.
2. You don’t have to rehash material you studied as an undergraduate.
3. You get to take more electives and can craft your program around several focus areas.

What are the disadvantages?
1. You miss out on the Strategic Planning Project of the first year.
2. As part of a much smaller cohort, you’ll be taking classes with students who entered the regular program a year earlier and thus have come to know each other well.
3. There’s less time to get ready for your job search.


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TToff - Smith MBA Program

Smith MBA students can combine MBA studies with graduate course work in other degree programs to create a unique set of skills and knowledge. It's just one more way the Smith MBA can help you distinguish yourself in a competitive marketplace.

MBA/MS in Business Administration
MBA/MPP (Master of Public Policy)
MBA/JD (Juris Doctor)
MBA/MSW Degree (Master of Social Work)

Requirements for joint degrees vary by program, but generally students take the MBA core courses and then complete the degree requirements for the other graduate program. Separate applications may be required, and some programs may require additional standardized tests prior to admission.

MBA/MS in Business Administration
Integrating specialized research skills
with general management

The Smith School of Business is an international leader in integrating business management and technology. Smith MBAs can take advantage of the strength in the joint MBA/MS degree program. In this program, students leverage their managerial skills with studies that develop research and technological skills in a specific area. Smith offers five concentration options for the MBA/MS degree:

• Finance
• Information Systems
• Logistics and Transportation
• Operations Research
• Statistics

Students may apply for admission to the MBA/MS degree program at the beginning of the application process or in the Spring of their first year. Part-time MBA students may also apply in the Spring of their second year. All required courses from both programs must be completed, including a group of electives agreed upon by the student and an advisor. The joint program, which can be completed in two and a half years, requires 66 total credits.

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MBA/MSW Degree
Applying corporate management skills
to the nonprofit sector

This program provides a unique combination of skills for those who wish to become managers of social service agencies. Elective courses can be taken at either the School of Social Work at the University of Maryland, Baltimore, or at the Robert H. Smith School of Business. This program requires 88 total credit hours for graduation and can be completed in three years.

For more information, contact:

School of Social Work
525 West Redwood Street
University of Maryland
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
Telephone (410) 706-7922
Fax (410) 706-7897

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MBA/MPP Degree
Merging public and private sector management skills

The School of Public Policy at the University of Maryland offers concentrations in national security policy, public sector financial management, and public policy and private enterprise. A variety of elective courses are available; however, registration must be approved by both schools. Students may take both the Graduate Record Exam (GRE) and the GMAT, or the GMAT alone. The joint program, which can be completed in three years, requires 66 total credits.


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TTF - University of Maryland MBA

The Evening MBA or Weekend MBA is the answer for many people whose personal and professional commitments preclude the full-time pursuit of an MBA degree. The Evening MBA and Weekend MBA at the Smith School are for those who will not compromise anything less than a nationally ranked and marketable MBA with a strategic curriculum, distinguished faculty, and a diverse student body. They are designed for professionals who want to enhance their current careers as well as for those who want to explore new ones. Whoever you are, if you accept the challenge, the Evening MBA or Weekend MBA from the Smith School of Business will open a multitude of doors to the Digital Economy.

Nationally Recognized

The Smith School of Business has the only part-time MBA in the Greater Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan Area to be recognized as one of the top 25 part-time MBA programs in the country:

#7 Part-Time MBA Program, U.S.
Forbes, 2005

#11 Part-time MBA Program
Information Systems
#12 Supply Chain/Logistics
#19 Entrepreneurship
#22 Management
#23 Production/Operations
#25 Marketing
U.S. News & World Report, 2007

Clearly, Smith has been consistently honored as one of the world's leaders in business education.
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Strategic Curriculum

The Evening MBA and Weekend MBA Programs reflect today's global business environment where change is continuous and competition is intense. It is a market where employers are searching for managers with a wide range of talents, including leadership, information technology, group dynamics, and communications.

As a graduate, you will find yourself well versed in the economic, political, international, technological, and social environments in which organizations operate. You will have an understanding of the ramifications of implementing business strategy and the social responsibilities that come with those powers.

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Distinguished Faculty

Smith Evening MBA and Weekend MBA students are taught by the same 115 full-time and adjunct faculty that teach in the Full-Time MBA at College Park. The Smith School of Business faculty has been recognized in the academic environment and in the corporate world, both in the US and abroad. Faculty members hold key leadership roles in professional associations, have been recognized in academic publications, and receive high distinctions in their fields of expertise. Professors extensively use technology in the classroom to help students develop skills in information systems and applications that are required in today's labor market.

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Diverse Student Body

One of the strongest resources of the Smith Evening MBA and Weekend MBA Programs are their students. The ability to interact with colleagues who average over five years of professional work experience and come from myriad walks of life creates a learning environment that continues beyond the classroom.

Students apply their lessons in some of the finest organizations in the Greater Washington Area including American Management Systems, Booz-Allen & Hamilton, AOL, the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank Group, United Airlines, Verizon Communications, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, the US Federal Reserve, iXL, and the US Navy.

The student body is also internationally diverse, including representatives from Asia, Canada, Eastern Europe, India, Latin America, the former Soviet Union, and Western Europe. For a student profile of current Evening MBA and Weekend MBA students, click here.


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When the HKUST Business School first established in 1991, we formed a strategic alliance with UCLA Anderson School of Management to provide a strong base for curriculum development and faculty recruitment.

Global Recognition
From this solid foundation, the School has earned a reputation as a world-class institution within just one decade. Our achievements include:
First business school in Asia to be awarded dual accreditation by AACSB International in the US and EQUIS in Europe
World Top 50 MBA programs, 2006, Financial Times
Kellogg-HKUST EMBA No. 3 in the world and No 1. in Asia, 2006, Financial Times
Executive Education Programs No. 1 in Asia-Pacific, 2003-06, Financial Times
World No. 37 and No. 1 in Asia and Australasia, 2006,
Economist Intelligence Unit

World Class Faculty Team
We are one of the very few business schools in the world where all faculty members hold doctorate degrees. These 140 scholars from over 15 countries, many experts in their fields, help to build our young and dynamic university into an academic powerhouse.

Cutting-edge Research
Throughout the years, the School and its faculty members have garnered accolades for their intellectual contributions both locally and internationally. Our research in Accounting, Finance, and Economics has been ranked top in Asia Pacific. Overall, the School ranked No. 36 in research by Financial Times in 2006


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TTO - MA Marketing, Bristol Business School

The MA Marketing at Bristol Business School has been running for many years and is highly regarded by students, employers and professional bodies. The programme is regularly reviewed to reflect changing business practice, ensuring that it remains topical and relevent.

Is this programme for you?

If you are a graduate, or have the equivalent practical experience, and wish to acquire a conceptual understanding of marketing integrated with a range of practical skills, this programme is ideal for you.

You may be intending to move into a marketing position, or wish to develop your existing marketing career. In an increasingly competitive job market the MA Marketing qualification will help to differentiate you as an applicant, whatever your career stage.

What are the aims of the programme?

The aims of the programme are to:

  • provide you with an intensive, academically demanding and vocationally orientated programme, based on a framework of concepts and theories from current research and literature within which you can structure your marketing experience in order to improve your effectiveness

  • enable you to develop a variety of marketing practitioner knowledge and skills, and an understanding of their areas of application

  • develop your problem-solving and decision-making skills and judgement in the context of marketing management

  • provide an educational experience that will enable you to develop transferable intellectual and personal skills

  • provide you with real opportunities for personal development

What will you gain from this award?

Given the increase in the numbers of general Business Studies, DMS, MBA graduates and managers holding the Chartered Institute of Marketing Diploma, a higher level specialised qualification is now a pre-requisite for many marketing positions.

A Master's degree in Marketing will help you to obtain the right position and enable you to progress quickly. You will acquire a range of analytical, practical, computer and communication skills and the programme will enhance your ability to work both independently and with others, a particular necessity in marketing positions.

Many of the benefits of the programme derive from an experienced teaching team, most of whom are currently involved in relevant consultancy work and research, and so are fully informed on current marketing issues.



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TTAF3 - MA Human Resources Management

Why study the HRM programme?

A career in Human Resource Management can be a particularly challenging one. As organisations seek to adapt to the threats and opportunities of accelerating environmental change, the management of human resources has acquired growing strategic significance. As an HRM specialist you will be required to have a wide understanding of organisations and people and the ability to translate organisational strategies into effective HR policies and practice. You will need expertise and analytical ability, together with a grasp of "the big picture".

The Human Resource Management programmes at Bristol Business School are designed to develop these skills and give you the confidence to succeed in your career. Both programmes have been running for many years and have an excellent "track record" borne out by the destinations of our former students.

Full or part time route?

Bristol Business School offers this Masters award as a full or part time route, with the flexibility to leave the programme at several exit points with a recognized qualification and graduate membership of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).

The full time route is an intensive 12-month programme, commencing in September. There is an option to complete the first nine months in order to achieve the Postgraduate Diploma and gain CIPD recognition. However, students usually elect to study for a further 3 months in order to complete a dissertation and gain the prestigious Masters award. Students attending the full time route are typically recent undergraduates, or mature students seeking a mid-career change.

The first is the Postgraduate Management Foundation (which covers the CIPD's Leadership & Management standards) which runs from September to August. The second stage, which runs from September to August, is the Postgraduate Diploma (which covers the CIPD's People Management & Development field, the electives and management project/CPD learning log). Successful completion of these two stages will give you Graduate membership of the CIPD and a UWE post-graduate Diploma in HRM. Further study and completion of a dissertation will enable you to achieve the full Master's award. The Master's stage takes up to 12 months to complete and commences in September.

Structure of the programme

Postgraduate Management Foundation

(covering the CIPD's Leadership & Management standards)

This stage provides an introduction to the theory and practice of management and the study of strategy and organisational analysis. There are 4 modules:

  • Managing People - which looks at the factors which impinge on organisational effectiveness, leadership, and personal managerial effectiveness.

  • Organisational Management - this module looks at landmark studies in the history of organisational thinking, change and culture management. The module also examines quality management and continuous improvement processes and initiatives.
  • Managing Information for Competitive Advantage - this module examines the role of information and systems structures in modern organisations, the use and construction of statistical data and accounting and finance principles.

On the full time programme these modules are taught at the beginning of the programme in the first term. There is a residential outdoor activities session in the first term, offering you an opportunity to develop personal and inter-personal skills whilst getting to know other members of the group.

On the part-time programme this course of study will last for the whole of the first academic year (September - August). It will require your attendance on one afternoon/evening a week or one full-day a week. There is a 2-day block release (non-residential) period of study as part of this programme during the year.

Postgraduate Diploma

(covering the CIPD's People Management & Development field, the electives, and the project/CPD log)

This stage consists of the following:

  • Human Resource Management & Development - which provides an integrative examination of the four main HRM disciplines: Employee Resourcing, Managing Reward, Employee Relations and Employee Development.

  • Elective choices which further enhance knowledge and development in key HRM areas. Students choose 4 electives from a choice which normally includes:
People Resourcing
Management & Career Development
Employee Relations
Managing Reward
Employment Law
Psychometric assessment
  • A project -either a management report or a dissertation (see below). The management report is around 6,000 words in length and is based on a project identified by the student and host or placement organisation. Students receive research methods tuition before beginning this project.

  • A continuous professional development learning log - in which students record their learning in a CPD record covering both learning on the course and in the workplace or placement organisation.

  • Skills workshops - these are designed to help develop the skills that underpin your personal and professional effectiveness. Skills workshops are normally attached to core and elective modules and typically include:
Interviewing (linked to HRM & Development)
Preparing for an Employment Tribunal (Employment Law elective)
Negotiation (Managing Reward elective)
Redundancy handling (Employee Relations elective)

More generic skills are also developed throughout the course, such as presentation skills, report-writing, group-working, problem-solving etc

On the full-time programme this phase of the programme runs in the autumn and spring terms. The project is based on an organisational placement which is a unique feature of the programme and a highlight for many students. The placement will be for either 5 weeks (management report) or 10 weeks (dissertation). You negotiate a project which is designed to develop your applied understanding and to be of real value to the host organisation. Placements in recent years have included blue chip companies in the manufacturing and financial services sectors, the building industry, retail sector, local government, central government agencies, education and the privatised utilities.

On the part-time programme this phase runs for the second academic year (September - August) and involves both day release and block release delivery. The project is normally based on the student's own employer, but alternative methods are available for students who are not currently in employment.

The Master's dissertation

This final phase runs over three terms and includes a research methods module which develops your research skills in preparation for your project. The dissertation is based either on a placement project (for full-time students or part-time students not currently in employment) or the employing organisation for part-time students. The dissertation is around 15,000 - 18,000 words in length. Students will be allocated an individual dissertation supervisor for the duration of the research.

Students completing a Master's dissertation do not have to complete a management report as well.

Teaching and Learning

The MAHRM encourages learning through a wide variety of participative and learner-centred methods. These include syndicate work, group discussions and presentations, student-led seminar activities, analysis of case studies, guided private study, experiential learning exercises, and practical computing and statistical exercises.

The MAHRM is an intensive programme and you are unlikely to complete it successfully unless you allow time for reading and preparation. You should aim to allow a minimum of 15 hours study per week on the full-time programme and 6 hours on the part-time programme.

Class based study is supplemented by reading from set texts or further reading lists, and additional preparation is needed to read case studies or prepare for other presentations and activities. Some of these will require group tasks so you must be able to meet outside the timetabled sessions on occasions.

Entry Requirements

Full time route

Entry is open to all first-degree graduates of UK universities in any subject. Applications from candidates with other qualifications are welcome. If you are not preparing for or do not currently possess a first degree, you will be asked to complete a written exercise in your own time as evidence of your suitability for study at postgraduate level.

We welcome applications from international students, both from within the EU and elsewhere. Applicants should hold qualifications comparable to the entry requirements for UK students.

Proficiency in spoken and written English is essential. Applicants whose first language is not English require a qualification such as Cambridge/British Council English Language Testing Service (IELTS) with a score of 6.5 or above, or to have achieved a TOEFL score of at least 600.

As this programme is designed to satisfy CIPD requirements, no exemptions are allowed from elements (e.g. Employment Law) whose application is restricted to part or all of the UK.

Part time route

Minimum entry requirements are a good degree in any subject or successful completion of an assessment exercise designed to assist you in deciding whether you are ready for study at post-graduate level.

Accreditation of prior learning

Accreditation of prior learning may be possible if you hold other Master's level qualifications which cover at least 80% of the learning outcomes for a module on the programme. The credit rating of the module you are offering as equivalent must be the same (or greater) than that of the MAHRM programme. You will be asked to complete an accreditation of prior learning application form and submit a certificate showing the pass in the module and a syllabus showing the learning outcomes and assessment arrangements. Accreditation is normally only given for "current qualifications" ie those completed within the last 5 years. The Programme Tutor will be happy to advise you about the APL requirements.


The MAHRM uses a wide range of assessment methods including assignments, group presentations or projects, examinations and class-based tests. Our assessment methods are chosen to resemble the types of work faced by professional practitioners.

Teaching team

The MAHRM is taught by well-qualified staff who are used to working with post-graduate students. All of the tutors are established researchers in the areas in which they teach and/or have experience in consultancy.


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TTS - MA International Management

Is this degree for you?

The MSc in International Management is designed to enable aspiring managers acquire the skills and knowledge needed to perform a managerial role in an international organisation. Applicants may have an undergraduate degree in any discipline, for the programme assumes no prior management education, and is comprehensive in its coverage of themes in international business and management.

The degree is a one-year, full-time programme that requires a significant commitment on your part. You will need a desire to improve your analytical and personal skills in an academically intensive and multi-cultural environment.

There are two start dates for this course within the next academic year, these are September 2006 and January 2007.

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What will you gain from this degree?

The MSc in International Management will enable you to undertake an international role with confidence by giving you the opportunity to:

  • acquire the knowledge, understanding and skills needed to work in an international environment

  • gain experience of working with people from different nations, cultures, and academic backgrounds

  • extend your personal and interpersonal skills that are essential for managerial roles

  • develop the analytical and research skills needed to make reasoned and creative contributions to problem-solving in international organisations

  • distinguish yourself from candidates that have only an undergraduate degree

Teaching, Learning and Assessment

The degree commences with an intensive week-long induction programme. In this we cover advanced library skills, guidance on web-based resources, and practical help with presentation skills. Using business case studies we also introduce you to the problems of decision-making in international organisations and the challenges of working in teams. Thereafter, most of the formal teaching on this programme takes place in weekly seminars, in which there is a high degree of student participation. Learning continues outside of formal classes with case-study preparation, background reading and research, either individually or within a team. Almost all assessment is by written coursework, which takes the form of essays, reports, mini-projects, or case-study analysis.

Degree Structure

The compulsory modules are:

  • Managing and Working Across Cultures
  • Global Marketing
  • Operations and Information Management
  • Finance for Managers
  • Strategic Management
  • Global Capitalism
  • Leadership
  • Project Management

Personal Development Programme

Develop a range of self management skills

The Dissertation

This Masters programme places great emphasis on a dissertation completed during the summer term. You will receive research methods training during the year to equip you to undertake a significant piece of international management research. Your topic may be practical or theoretical, and once you have identified your proposed study a dissertation supervisor guides your progress.

Examples of Dissertation Titles

  • The Accession of Cyprus to the European Union
  • The Ethics and Environmental Policies of BP, Shell and Exxon Mobil
  • The Definition of Fairness in International Trade and Investment: the Coffee and Banana industriesCorporate Governance in Bangladesh
  • Multinationality: A measurable concept?
  • China's Entry to the WTO
  • Management Tools: The Case of European Professional Football Clubs
  • From the old psychological context to the new: comparative evidence from enterprises in the former Soviet Union
  • The Effectiveness of Sponsorship as a Marketing Tool: a case study of the Championships, Wimbledon

Entry Requirements

You will normally have a good honours degree or equivalent academic qualification. For students with qualifications from non-UK institutions a balanced GMAT score of 550 or over may be required.

If English is not your first language you may be required to prove your English language proficiency, such as through the British Council International English Language Test (IELTS) with a minimum grade of 6.5, or a TOEFL score of at least 600 (written scale) or 250 (computer scale).

Bristol Business School regularly reviews the structure and content of its programmes to ensure they reflect changes in the business environment. All applicants will be notified of any changes to the programme prior to it commencing. All information within this leaflet is correct at the time of going to press.




TDB - MA Management, Bristol Business School

About this 'new' programme

Bristol Business School has successfully run an MSc Management programme for many years. However in recognition of changes in working practice and the extensive hours that many professionals now work, this programme has recently been redesigned and restructured. The new programme provides the following features:

  • the full MA programme now has only nine modules enabling in-depth study and integration as well as requiring fewer student assessments

  • a range of optional subjects to enable specialisation in your chosen area of management

  • assessment linked to your current role and organisation

  • a choice of study routes - the programme is now available via one evening session per week or through three-day blocks, or a combination of both. You can choose whichever route suits you or your employer the best

  • study at your own pace - this new programme will enable you to choose how many subjects you study each year (normally up to a maximum of two taught modules per term)

  • flexibility - you can decide when and how much you want to study at the start of each year

  • the opportunity to meet with and learn from managers in other organisations

What are the benefits of the MSc Management?

  • enhanced knowledge and skills

  • confidence in your abilities

  • improved performance in your current role

  • enhanced career progression

  • distinguish yourself from candidates that have only an undergraduate degree

Intense competition and changing customer expectations have meant significant changes in the nature of organisations; networks, partnerships, strategic alliances, mergers and de-mergers, all making the manager's role more complex and demanding.

This newly designed flexible programme will enable you to develop management capabilities in order to complement your specialist expertise, developing and continually upgrading your portfolio of skills and knowledge.

The programme will enable you to link theory and practice relevant to managing in today's organisations. The staff who teach on this programme have a wide range of experience of researching, consulting and working with a variety of organisations including those in the private, public and not for profit sectors.

How is the programme structured?

We expect most students to complete the full Master's programme, which includes taught modules at Certificate and Diploma phases (normally six core modules and two elective modules chosen from a variety of options) and a final dissertation module in the Master's phase.

If for any reason you are unable to complete the programme you can leave with a recognised university qualification providing you have built up sufficient credits (either Postgraduate Certificate or Postgraduate Diploma) and you may be able to return to complete the full Master's programme at a later date.

Entry to the programme is normally at Postgraduate Certificate level with most students commencing in late September each year. The six core modules at Certificate and Diploma phases cover the areas of:

  • Finance
  • Marketing
  • Operations and Information Management
  • Human Resource
  • Management
  • Organisational Analysis
  • Strategic Management

In addition you will normally be able to choose two electives from a variety of options covering contemporary issues in management such as:

  • Consulting with Organisations
  • Managing Change
  • Digital Business Strategy
  • Innovation
  • Services Marketing
  • Project Management
  • Finance
  • Leadership

In the final Master's phase you will undertake a dissertation module where you will be able to carry out a research project on a topic of your choice.

When will I have to attend?

This programme has been designed to offer maximum flexibility and you can choose when you attend, depending on the speed at which you want to proceed through the programme. It is possible to study in the evening, or by block sessions, or via a combination of the two. You could expect to complete the programme in 33 months, or 24 via the fast track route.

The evening session runs from 4.00pm - 8.30pm (with a half hour break) one day per week. The three-day block sessions will take place during October, mid November, late January/early February and mid March, usually on a Wednesday to Friday. Prior to starting the programme additional information will be sent to you, enabling you to choose how you wish to study. Those wishing to fast-track through this programme should discuss this with the Programme Director at the time of application as this route is dependent on student numbers and will require additional attendance on block modules in the early summer.

The Dissertation

This Masters programme places great emphasis on a dissertation completed during the summer term. You will receive research methods training during the year to equip you to undertake a significant piece of international management research. Your topic may be practical or theoretical, and once you have identified your proposed study a dissertation supervisor guides your progress.

Entry criteria

You should have:

  • A degree or equivalent business professional qualification, or

  • An HND in Business Studies or equivalent business professional award at NVQ 4, plus two years of relevant work experience or

  • At least two years in a management role with in-house management education/development. You may be interviewed prior to acceptance and asked to undertake an additional pre-entry assessment.

How will I be assessed?

The programme primarily uses continuous assessment, chiefly through marked assignments which are either organisation or role focused and of great practical benefit to you as an individual and to your organisation.

How will I learn?

You will be encouraged to learn through a wide variety of participative and learner-centred methods which include; case studies, syndicate-based exercises, group experiential learning exercises, presentations, formal lectures, and self-directed independent study.



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TTS - MA Economics, Bristol Business School

The School of Economics offers a range of exciting opportunities to study at postgraduate (Masters) level. These developments build on the ‘excellence’ rating the School achieved for its undergraduate and postgraduate teaching in the latest government assessment (23 out of a maximum of 24 points) and the appointment of new, senior members of the School widening and deepening our research strengths.

The School of Economics currently offers the following Masters Awards:

MA Economics

MA Economics (International Business Economics)

MA Economics (Economics of Money, Banking and Finance)

These challenging awards have been designed to allow you to choose from a broad range of modules. In addition to core economic and econometric theory, students may choose from a range of specialist options including financial economics, development economics and political economy. For detailed programme structures of specific Masters Awards please follow the appropriate link above. For a more general overview of our Masters Awards click on the link below:

MA Structure

Main Features of the Awards

The postgraduate awards have been designed to offer both flexibility and academic coherence. The programmes are modular in structure, organised around a range of core and optional modules, which include Research Methods, Economic Theory, Econometrics, Critical Political Economy, Development Economics and Finance.

To achieve the MA you will also need to complete a 15,000 word dissertation. The dissertation exhibits the in-depth knowledge in your specialised area, which you will have gained throughout the taught part of the programme. The dissertation also demonstrates the abilities of analysis and critical appraisal. You will be provided with a dissertation supervisor to provide support throughout the completion of this module.

You will be eligible for the Postgraduate Diploma in Economics on passing the taught modules and eligible for the award of Masters having achieved a pass in the dissertation in addition to having passed the taught modules.

Aims and Objectives of the Programme

By the end of the programme, you will have acquired a thorough knowledge of the subject and its application. You will also have developed research skills and the theoretical knowledge needed to carry out research in related disciplines, or apply theoretical knowledge in a business environment.

Methods of Assessment

We use a variety of different assessment methods including traditional essays and examinations in addition to student presentations, debates and group work.

Teaching and Learning

The courses are designed to allow flexible approaches to teaching and learning. The modules are taught using a combination of lectures, seminars, student presentations and computer workshops. Teaching takes place two days a week (days to be confirmed) and part-time students will only need to attend for one day a week. All Masters Awards start in September and finish in either August (12 months) or the following January (16 months) depending on the student’s choice with regard to the supervision arrangements for their dissertation.

Entry Requirements

A relevant first degree (minimum lower second) or equivalent is normally necessary. However, other qualifications or experience which demonstrates that the candidate possesses appropriate knowledge and skills at honours degree standard may be accepted. If you are in any doubt as to your eligibility, contact Doctor Peter Howells tel: 0117 32 83684 for an informal and confidential assessment.

A recognised English Language qualification is also normally required. If English is not your first language, tests such as the British Council’s International English Language Test (IELTS) at grade 6.5 or TOEFL at 600 (paper based) / 250 (computer based) are acceptable.


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TTP - EMBA, Univeristy of New Haven

The Executive MBA Program at the University of New Haven is the second oldest program in New England - founded in 1976 - with over 1500 graduates to date. It is designed for experienced, full time managers who want to prepare themselves for general management. Emphasis is placed on instilling the concepts and tools of management rather than developing proficiency in specific business specialties. The program runs for just under two years, beginning in either September or February. Consider some of the program's key features:

Curriculum and Faculty geared to today’s practical business problems

  • A curriculum designed to equip the students with the language and tools of business with real world problems and cases that test for grasp and reach.

  • A mix of faculty with both academic and business credentials.

  • Teaching methods that stress interactive learning, enriched by the shared experiences of the students themselves.

  • A class schedule which offers one course at a time - in intensive 5 week sessions - allowing students to concentrate on a particular discipline without the distractions of competing coursework

  • Special programs:
    - an international seminar or a seminar in Washington to explore first hand the interaction of business and government.
    - a business simulation requiring students to run a hypothetical company and to seek venture capital funds for continued operations.
    - research projects which test students' ability to analyze and solve complex business problems.

Convenient locations and times; minimal administrative hassles

  • Classes offered in these locations for ease of access: New Haven and Stamford.

  • Classes offered once a week, either during the week or on Saturdays.

  • Concurrent programs that allow students to make up for missed class time by attending another class.

  • Small class size - less than 25 - allowing for more active classroom discussion.

  • The program consists of 18 modules, scheduled into two academic calendar years, plus either a master's-level research paper or the seminar at The Washington Campus. Classes meet from 2:30 to 8:30 p.m. one weekday each in designated conference facilities. Each module is five sessions in length and has the value of 3 credits, with the exception of the three full-day, 2-credit Communication Process module. Participants must be prepared to attend all classes except for emergencies. Students must also be prepared to devote significant additional time for class preparation and reading assignments.

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TDunk - MBA, University of New Haven

The primary mission of the School of Business of the University of New Haven is to provide quality, career-oriented education to students with varied economic and cultural backgrounds, experiences and academic preparation. We seek to accomplish this through comprehensive programs designed to accommodate a full-time undergraduate and a substantial part-time evening student body, and by engaging in teaching, research and consulting involving both the development and communication of knowledge. It is the vision of the school to be a regional leader in providing career-oriented, contemporary business education.

As the business environment becomes more complex, the School of Business provides contemporary educational experiences of high quality in order to prepare students who are ready to face the challenges of a dynamic, modern world and to meet their responsibilities within a global society. To meet this goal, career-oriented programs are provided, employing current knowledge and techniques presented in a manner appropriate to the diverse backgrounds and experiences of graduate students.

Through the Graduate School , the School of Business offers an M.B.A. program, an Executive M.B.A. program and master’s degree programs in a number of other business fields. A master’s in public administration (M.P.A.) as well as two dual degrees, M.B.A./ M.P.A. and M.B.A./ M.S. Industrial Engineering, are also available. Master of Science degrees are offered in health care administration, labor relations and management of sports industries. In addition, more than a dozen graduate certificates are available for students who seek a short graduate curriculum concentrated in a specific business area.

At the undergraduate level, the School of Business offers associate and bachelor’s degree programs in the departments of accounting, communication, economics and finance, marketing, and international business, and management.



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