- Master (Fulltime)
- 1 Years
- Start date September
During this Master of Arts in Management programme, you will obtain a better understanding of the interrelationship of the functional areas of management (general management, financial management, human resource management, communication management), that will make you look at business issues from a holistic corporate perspective. In addition, you will be able to develop and implement a successful strategy for the organisation.
Joined programme with the Saxion MBA
During the Master of Arts in Management, you will advance your knowledge of Management and Business Administration and develop strategic thinking. This master is an overall joined programme with the Master of Business Administration also offered at Saxion University of Applied Sciences.
Co-operation with the University of Greenwich
This masters programma is a co-operation with the University of Greenwich. Upon graduation, you will obtain an internationally recognized British Degree; the Master of Arts.
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During your Master's programme
Saxion University offers this MA programme in co-operation with the University of Greenwich: successful students obtain an internationally recognized British degree, Master of Arts. The course is practical in nature, being case-based and relying on students relating their own experience to the concepts, theory and models.
Upon completion of the programme you have acquired an understanding of the interrelationship of the functional areas of management, and you will look at business issues from a holistic corporate perspective. In addition you will understand the relationship between an organization and its environment and grasp the importance of this for the development of a successful strategy and operation of the organization.
Master of Arts in Management
The Master of Arts in Management programme is for managers who wish to pursue studies at a higher level by adding a specialisation. Students build on their knowledge from the work environment and previous learning, whilst developing a critical theoretical perspective which will inform their own developing Management practice.