We are currently delivering hybrid teaching during the 2020/21 academic year due to Covid-19 restrictions. We will continue to update you on the teaching you can expect when you start your degree in 2021.
The programme is designed to train postgraduate researchers in line with ESRC's research training guidelines. It may be taken either as a free-standing MSc or as the first part of a PhD programme.
- 12-month degree programme with a September start date
- In-depth research training (120 credits)
- Dissertation on a management topic (60 credits)
- Can be studied as the first part of a PhD programme
At the end of the programme, students should have:
- An in-depth critical understanding of the research techniques used in a broad range of subject areas within Management
- Practical competence in a range of quantitative and qualitative research methods and tools
- A critical understanding of the philosophical and epistemological bases of a range of subject areas within Management
- An in-depth understanding of advanced concepts in the area of research and current research trends and issues in Management
|Course Code||Course Name||Semester||Credits|
|PGSP11016||Research Skills in the Social Sciences: Data Collection||1||20|
|Recommended Optional Courses|
|CMSE11443||Supervised Reading: Methods 1||Flexible||20|
|CMSE11444||Supervised Reading: Methods 2||Flexible||20|
|CMSE11523||Strategy Processes, Practices, and Power||2||20|
|CMSE11388||Foundations of Econometrics||1||20|
|CMSE11389||Applications of Econometrics||2||20|
|CMSE11509||Empirical Asset Pricing||Flexible||20|
|SCIL11009||Core Quantitative Data Analysis 1 and 2||1||20|
|PGSP11188||Qualitative Methods and Ethnographic Fieldwork||2||20|
Full programme details can be found on the University Degree Programme Tables website.