Master of Business (Management)

Full Time

Master of Business (Management)

Waterford Institute of Technology
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    1st year fees
  • 90
    CREDITS
  • Campus
    BASED
  • Masters
    DEGREE
  • 1 year
    DURATION

Introduction

The WIT Master of Business  (Management Stream) programme is aimed at individuals who wish pursue a career in general management. It has been developed with a strong focus on applied learning showing students how they can make the connections between theory   and practice. The programme is offered for both full-time and part-time students especially for executives who aspire to first-line management positions. The course provides students with an analytical understanding of general management techniques and the scope to apply this knowledge creatively to real-work situations.

Admission Requirements

  • A  H1 or 2.1 overall award in a strong specialist Business Management undergraduate degree or a General Business undergraduate degree with a Management specialism.

  • Students from a non-business degree (example – BA or BSc), but have taken Management modules during their studies and have achieved a minimum grade of 60% in those subjects.

  • In some instances graduates who have achieved a 2nd class honours grade 2 in the degrees listed above and who can demonstrate a high level of  performance in the Management related subjects may be considered for interview and short listing.

Courses Units

You need to complete 90 credit hours to successfully obtain this degree. Please check detail of study units at https://www.wit.ie/courses/master_of_business_in_management_full_time

More Information

As part of the programme, students will:

  • Engage in a business simulation management exercise where they have the opportunity to work in teams and make strategic decisions about their business.
  • Travel on an International study tour programme to Brussels where you will have the opportunity to take lectures at the Irish Institute in Leuven and participate in a case exercise with other postgraduate students 
  • Analyse a real-life company as part of your Entrepreneurship and innovation ‘live’ company case study exercise. Every year students engage in a case exercise involving real-life companies which are drawn from the ArcLabs Innovation Centre as well as other start-up companies from across the south east of Ireland.

Career Opportunities

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