Tuesday, May 08, 2007

TGKnight - Salford MBA

Mode of Attendance


Key benefits

  • Develop your problem-solving skills in the context of contemporary business activities
  • Contribute your own experience to team learning
  • Gain a prestigious and well-regarded business qualification

Who is the programme for?

The programme is intended for graduates with significant work experience.

Programme content

The MBA has a programme that covers a wide range of business, organisational and management topics with an international emphasis The programme facilitates a holistic approach to understanding organisations and management.

Core modules

  • Markets and Marketing
  • Operations and Performance Management
  • Managing Organisations
  • Management Development and Creativity
  • Business Simulation and Finance
  • Induction - Study and Presentation Skills, Team Working
  • Strategic Management
  • Management in a Global Context

Optional modules (choose 3)

  • Team Consultancy Project (Undertaken in Industry)
  • Project Management
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Financial Management and Analysis
  • Issues in Strategic Information Systems
  • International Marketing
  • Contemporary Human Resource Management

MBA Students will also undertake a dissertation in the third semester (including 12 hours taught Research Methods).


The teaching strategy is designed to encourage participants to take responsibility for their own learning, and to contribute their own learning experiences in teams. Input from tutors, outside speakers and industrial visits are used to stimulate and guide development of knowledge, theory and applications skills. Assessment methods vary and may include examinations, assignments, team reports and presentations.


Gear Knight