MSc in Economics and Management

Programme code: TMECMN

Department: Management

This information is for the 2017/18 session.

Guidelines for interpreting programme regulations
Classification scheme for the award of a taught master's degree (four units)
Exam sub-board local rules

A ten-month programme. Students take three core courses, two half-unit options and a dissertation. Students are also required to attend EC400 Introductory Course in Mathematics and Statistics. 

Paper

Course number and title

1

MG411

Firms and Markets

2

EC486

Econometric Methods

3

FM431M

Corporate Finance A (H)

4 & 5

Two half unit options from the following list:

 

MG409

Auctions and Game Theory (H)

 

MG412

Globalization and Strategy (H)

 

MG421

International Business Strategy and Emerging Markets (H)

 

MG422

Thinking Strategically (H)

 

MG452

Behavioural Economics for Management (H) (not available 2017/18)

 

MG4A8

Strategy for the Information Economy (H)

 

MG4B9

The World Trading System (H)

 

FM421

Applied Corporate Finance (H)

 

FM431M

Corporate Finance A (H)

 

FM445

Portfolio Management (H)

 

AC490

Management Accounting, Decisions and Control (H) *

 

Or a MSc level course which is offered in the School, subject to approval of the academic adviser and course leader.

6

MG417

Extended Essay (H)

 

* Subject to approval of the Course Teacher

The Bologna Process facilitates comparability and compatibility between higher education systems across the European Higher Education Area. Some of the School's taught master's programmes are nine or ten months in duration. If you wish to proceed from these programmes to higher study in EHEA countries other than the UK, you should be aware that their recognition for such purposes is not guaranteed, due to the way in which ECTS credits are calculated.

Note for prospective students:
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