Global MSc in Management (2 Year Programme)

Programme code: TMGLMG2

Department: Management

For all first and second year students in 2017/18. These regulations apply to students entering in or after the 2016/17 academic year.

Guidelines for interpreting programme regulations

Classification scheme for the award of a MSc in Management (2 year programme) for students entering in 2015/16 or 2016/17

Classification scheme for the award of a Global MSc in Management (CEMS MIM) for students entering in or after 2017/18

Exam sub-board local rules

A two-year programme. Students take courses to the value of eight units.

The second year includes a dissertation. Students complete the course MG488 GMiM Capstone Course - Management in Action (H) over both years, Part A (unassessed) in Year 1 and Part B (assessed) in Year 2.

All students are required to attend MG4A1 Introduction to Studying for GMiM.

Students may choose to concentrate their electives in a certain topic area and may elect to have one of the elective titles attached to their degree certificate if the title reflects the course of study followed by the student. The possible titles are listed as headings within the Elective Courses below with the courses attached to those areas listed beneath them. If no such election is made, the degree certificate will state 'Management' without further specification.

Year 1

Core Courses

Paper

Course number and title

1

MG431

Managerial Economics (H)*

MG461

Quantitative Analysis in Management (H) **

2

MG434

Organisational Behaviour (H)

MG462

Qualitative Analysis in Management (H)

3

MG458

Foundations of Management I (H)

MG459

Foundations of Management II (H)

4

MG4E2

Marketing Management (H)

 

Students also take the compulsory unassessed part of MG488:

 

MG488A

GMiM Capstone Course - Management in Action

Optional Courses

5

Students take courses up to the value of one half unit from the Elective Courses listed below.

 

It is not compulsory for students to take a half unit of optional courses under Paper 5 in the first year. Instead, students can elect to take a half unit of optional courses in Year 2, in addition to their second year optional courses taken under Paper 8. +

Notes

* Upon satisfactorily demonstrating that they have a degree in economics and have passed, as part of that degree, a course in managerial economics, microeconomics or industrial organisation, students may be exempted from this course and will be free to take an elective course, subject to the approval of the Programme Director.
** Upon satisfactorily demonstrating that they have already taken statistics at university level, students may be exempted from this course and will be free to take an elective course, subject to the approval of the Programme Director.

 

Year 2

Core Courses

6

MG420

Dissertation (H)

MG430

Strategy, Organisation and Innovation (H)

7

MG488B

GMiM Capstone Course - Management in Action (H)

Optional Courses

8

Courses to the value of 2.5 full units from the Elective Courses listed below.

Notes

+ Students who have not taken courses under Paper 5 in their first year, will also need to take a further half unit course in addition to Paper 8.

 

Elective Courses

 

Any of the courses listed within the Elective Courses section may be taken, subject to pre-requisites and course availability, by any GMiM student. However, students who wish to have one of the elective titles attached to their degree certificate should choose from within the appropriate sub-list those number of courses that will satisfy the unit requirement for that title.

 

Accounting and Finance

To qualify for this elective title to be attached to their degree certificate, students must take courses to the value of 3.0 full units from the following. At least 1.0 unit of courses must be from the Department of Accounting and at least 1.0 unit of courses must be from the Department of Finance. Students who do not wish to qualify for this elective title are free to choose a different number of electives from this sub-list:

 

AC411

Accounting, Strategy and Control (H)

 

AC412

Accountability, Organisations and Risk Management (H)

 

AC415

Management Accounting for Decision Making (H)

 

AC416

Topics in Financial Reporting (H) ***

 

AC417

Corporate Financial Disclosure and Investor Relations (H)

 

AC444

Valuation and Security Analysis (H)

 

AC470

Accounting in the Global Economy (H)

 

FM402

Financial Risk Analysis (H)

 

FM413

Fixed Income Markets (H)

 

FM421

Applied Corporate Finance (H) (prerequisite FM431L / FM431M or FM473L / FM473M or FM474L / FM474M must also be taken)

 

FM429

Asset Markets A (H) (cannot be taken with FM473L / FM473M or FM474L / FM474M)

 

FM430

Corporate Finance and Asset Markets (cannot be taken with FM429 / FM431M / FM431L / FM474M / FM474L)

 

FM431L

Corporate Finance A (H) (cannot be taken with FM430 / FM474L / FM474M) or

 

FM431M

Corporate Finance A (H) (cannot be taken with FM430 / FM474L / FM474M)

 

FM441

Derivatives (H)

 

FM442

Quantitative Methods for Finance and Risk Analysis (H)

 

FM445

Portfolio Management (H)

 

FM447

Global Financial Systems (H)

 

FM472

International Finance (H)

 

FM473L

Finance I (H) (cannot be taken with FM429 or FM430)

 

FM473M

Finance I (H) (cannot be taken with FM429 or FM430)

 

FM474L

Managerial Finance (H) (cannot be taken with FM430 / FM431L / FM431M) or

 

FM474M

Managerial Finance (H) (cannot be taken with FM430 / FM431L / FM431M)

 

FM476

Entrepreneurial Finance (H)

Accounting

To qualify for this elective title to be attached to their degree certificate, students must take courses to the value of at least 2.0 full units from the following. Otherwise students are free to choose a different number of electives from this sub-list:

 

AC411

Accounting, Strategy and Control (H)

 

AC412

Accountability, Organisations and Risk Management (H)

 

AC415

Management Accounting for Decision Making (H)

 

AC416

Topics in Financial Reporting (H) ***

 

AC417

Corporate Financial Disclosure and Investor Relations (H)

 

AC444

Valuation and Security Analysis (H)

 

AC470

Accounting in the Global Economy (H)

Finance

To qualify for this elective title to be attached to their degree certificate, students must take courses to the value of at least 2.0 full units from the following. Otherwise students are free to choose a different number of electives from this sub-list:

 

FM402

Financial Risk Analysis (H)

 

FM413

Fixed Income Markets (H)

 

FM421

Applied Corporate Finance (H) (prerequisite FM431L / FM431M or FM473L / FM473M or FM474L / FM474M must also be taken)

 

FM429

Asset Markets A (cannot be taken with FM473L / FM473M or FM474L / FM474M)

 

FM430

Corporate Finance and Asset Markets

 

FM431L

Corporate Finance A (H) (cannot be taken with FM430 / FM474L / FM474M) or

 

FM431M

Corporate Finance A (H) (cannot be taken with FM430 / FM474L / FM474M)

 

FM441

Derivatives (H)

 

FM442

Quantitative Methods for Finance and Risk Analysis (H)

 

FM445

Portfolio Management (H)

 

FM447

Global Financial Systems (H)

 

FM472

International Finance (H)

 

FM473L

Finance I (H) (cannot be taken with FM429 or FM430)

 

FM473M

Finance I (H) (cannot be taken with FM429 or FM430)

 

FM474L

Managerial Finance (H) (cannot be taken with FM430 / FM431L / FM431M) or

 

FM474M

Managerial Finance (H) (cannot be taken with FM430 / FM473L / FM473M)

 

FM476

Entrepreneurial Finance (H)

Human Resource Management

To qualify for this elective title to be attached to their degree certificate, students must take courses to the value of at least 2.0 full units from the following. Otherwise students are free to choose a different number of electives from this sub-list:

 

MG473

Negotiation Analysis (H)

 

MG477

Reward System: Key Models and Practices (H)

 

MG478

Globalisation and Human Resource Management (H)

 

MG4A3

Incentives and Governance in Organisations (H)

 

MG4B6

Design and Management of Organisations (H)

 

MG4B7

Organisational Change (H)

 

MG4D2

International Employment Relations (H)

 

MG4D3

The Dark Side of the Organisation (H)

 

MG4D5

Leadership in Organisations: Theory and Practice (H)

 

PS428

Knowledge Processes in Organizations (H) (not available 2017/18)

 

PS438

Corporate Communications (H)

Information Systems and Digital Business

To qualify for this elective title to be attached to their degree certificate, students must take courses to the value of at least 2.0 full units from the following. Otherwise students are free to choose a different number of electives from this sub-list:

 

MG453

Managing Digital Business (H) (not available 2017/18)

 

MG472

Global Strategy, Management and Information Systems (H)

 

MG479

Information Systems for the Public Sector: Digital Government and Service Innovation (H)

 

MG481

Innovating Organisational Information Technology (H)

 

MG482

Innovation and Technology Management (H) 

 

MG483

eHealth: Policy, Strategy and Systems (H)

 

MG484

Global Sourcing and Management of Business and IT Services (H) (not available 2017/18)

 

MG485

Management and Economics of E-Business (H)

 

MG486

Social Computing, Data and Information Services (H)

 

MG487

Innovation and Information Systems: Concepts and Perspectives (H)

 

MG492

Data Governance: Privacy, Openness and Transparency (H)

 

MG4A8

Strategy for the Information Economy (H)

 

MG4C3

Information Technology and Service Innovation (H)

Marketing and Consumer Behaviour

To qualify for this elective title to be attached to their degree certificate, students must take courses to the value of at least 2.0 full units from the following. Otherwise students are free to choose a different number of electives from this sub-list:

 

MC408

Theories and Concepts in Media and Communication I (Key concepts and interdisciplinary approaches) (H)

 

MG403

Pricing Strategy (H)

 

MG404

Consumer Insights I: Behavioural Fundamentals (H)

 

MG405

Behavioural Decision Science (H) (not available 2017/18)

 

MG452

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

 

MG455

Consumer Insights II: Judgement and Decision Making (H) (not available 2017/18)

 

MG456

Analytics for Strategic Decisions (H)

 

MG473

Negotiation Analysis (H)

 

MG4F2

Marketing Analytics II: Analytics for Managing Innovations, Products and Brands (H)

 

MG4F3

New Media Marketing: Managing Online and Social Media (H)

Strategy and International Business

To qualify for this elective title to be attached to their degree certificate, students must take courses to the value of at least 2.0 full units from the following. Otherwise students are free to choose a different number of electives from this sub-list:

 

MG401

Operations Management for Management Consultancy (H)

 

MG405

Behavioural Decision Science (H) (not available 2017/18)

 

MG421

International Business Strategy and Emerging Markets (H)

 

MG422

Thinking Strategically (H)

 

MG423

Leading Entrepreneurial Organisations in Global Markets (H) (not available 2017/18)

 

MG436

Firms, Markets and Crises (H) (not available 2017/18)

 

MG452

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

 

MG455

Consumer Insights II: Judgement and Decision Making (H) (not available 2017/18)

 

MG456

Analytics for Strategic Decisions (H)

 

MG472

Global Strategy, Management and Information Systems (H)

 

MG473

Negotiation Analysis (H)

 

MG477

Reward System: Key Models and Practices (H)

 

MG478

Globalisation and Human Resource Management (H)

 

MG4A3

Incentives and Governance in Organisations (H)

 

MG4A4

Empirical Research Strategy for Managerial Economics (H) (not available 2017/18)

 

MG4A8

Strategy for the Information Economy (H)

 

MG4B1

Corporate Strategy (H)

 

MG4B6

Design and Management of Organisations (H)

 

MG4B9

The World Trading System (H)

 

MG4G4

Topics in Management Research (H)

Other courses available to be taken as electives:

 

AC490

Financial Reporting and Management: Management Accounting, Strategy and Control (H)

 

AC491

Financial Reporting and Management: Financial Reporting (H)

 

DV423

Global Political Economy and Development (H)

 

DV424

International Institutions and Late Development (H)

 

EU446

The Political Economy of European Monetary Integration (H)

 

GI407

Globalisation, Gender and Development (cannot be taken alongside either GI409 or GI420)

 

GI409

Gender, Globalisation and Development: An Introduction (H)

 

GI420

Globalisation, Gender and Development: Theorising Policy and Practice (H)

 

MA423

Fundamentals of Operations Research (H) (formerly MG4C1 Fundamentals of Operations Research)

 

MA424

Modelling in Operations Research (H) (formerly MC4C5 Computer Modelling: Applied Statistics and Simulation)

 

MA427

Mathematical Optimisation (H) (formerly MG4C6 Mathematical Programming: Theory and Algorithms)

 

MG409

Auctions and Game Theory (H)

 

MG418

Open Innovation (H)

 

MG460

Handling Disruption: Humanitarian Emergencies Management and Development (H)

 

MG4E4

Analytic Frameworks for Policy Evaluation (H)

 

MG4E5

Governance, Markets and Competition in the Delivery of Public Services (H)

 

MG4G3

Designing and Managing Change in the Public Sector (H)

 

MY452

Applied Regression Analysis (H)

 

MY455

Multivariate Analysis and Measurement (H)

 

PS458

Creativity and Innovation (H)

 

ST429

Statistical Methods for Risk Management (H)

 

Or another MSc-level course which is offered in the School, subject to approval of the course proprietor and the Programme Director.

Notes

# FM430 is a full unit course consisting of FM431L and FM429 combined. This course cannot be taken in conjunction with FM431L, FM431M, FM429, FM473L, FM473M, FM474L or FM474M.
*** AC480 Quantitative Methods in Accounting and Finance is a pre requisite for this course. AC480 runs over a 9-day period before the start of MT.

 

 

See the programme regulations for Global MSc Management (CEMS MIM) stream
See the programme regulations for Global MSc Management (MBA Exchange) stream