M.A. in Economics and Administration

Top 149 Masters of Arts (M.A) in Economics and Administration 2017

Economics and Administration

A master's degree is an academic degree granted to individuals who have undergone study demonstrating a mastery or high-order overview of a specific field of study or area of professional practice.

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MA, Educational Administration

Concordia University Chicago
Campus Full time 1 - 2  October 2017 USA Chicago

This program will provide you with the skills and knowledge that you need for a successful career in education administration, including prioritizing student success, collaborating with key stakeholders (such as boards and families), and organizational skills. [+]

MA Degrees in Economics and Administration. MA, Educational Administration This program will provide you with the skills and knowledge that you need for a successful career in education administration, including prioritizing student success, collaborating with key stakeholders (such as boards and families), and organizational skills. After taking this course, you will be prepared for managerial roles in education administration. You will develop skills in leadership and supervision, with a curriculum focused on translating theory into effective practical application to ensure that you understand how the concepts work in practice. Typical career paths for graduates include: Community education directors School system superintendents Curriculum coordinators Administrators at post-secondary schools School principal Director of admissions Course Requirements Academic Entry Requirements: Bachelor’s degree from a U.S. equivalent, regionally accredited institution GPA earned 2.85 or above English Language Proficiency*: IELTS: minimum 6.0 or TOEFL: minimum 60 (internet-based) or Michigan Test: minimum 85 or Bachelor’s degree from international English-speaking university or advanced degree from a U.S. institution Official test scores should be provided. [-]

MA International Business

Regent’s University London
Campus Full time 12 - 16  September 2017 United Kingdom London

The MA International Business is designed for students seeking to build a career in an international business setting. [+]

In a world that is increasingly interconnected – economically, politically and socially – today’s leaders need a wide-ranging understanding of today’s business issues, plus the wider management, entrepreneurial and communication skills that will enable them to thrive in a changing global environment. The MA International Business is designed for students seeking to build a career in an international business setting. It will enable you to develop a sound understanding of international business, together with capability in the key linked disciplines of international marketing, human resource management, finance and entrepreneurship. The option to study a language is an important aspect of the programme, enabling you to communicate effectively in an international business context. Options for language study include Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish. Why should I choose this programme? The programme will develop your knowledge and critical understanding of international business issues. You will increase your awareness of change and the dynamics of different cultures, and develop evaluative and problem-solving skills. There is a strong focus on developing your personal as well as professional attributes. You will evaluate your own strengths and abilities, and plan your own development, learning to act on your own initiative and take responsibility for your actions. Key skills, aims and objectives develop your interests and knowledge through options in a range of specialist areas, such as family business, international negotiation or coaching develop evaluative and problem-solving skills increase your awareness of change and the dynamics of different cultures ability to analyse complex situations, respond with creative solutions and communicate effectively in almost any situation [-]

M.A. in Economics of Globalisation and European Integration

University of Antwerp
Campus Full time September 2017 Belgium Antwerp

This programme aimes at students with career aspirations in research, in government and international organisations, and in research departments of large banks and industrial and commercial corporations. The students move as a group to three different universities in three different countries. [+]

MA Degrees in Economics and Administration. The Advanced Master EGEI is a programme organised by an international consortium of universities. The nine partner universities are: Universiteit Antwerpen, Antwerp, Belgium Università degli Studi di Bari ‘Aldo Moro’, Bari, Italy Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Brussels, Belgium Universidad de Cantabria, Santander, Spain Université Lille 1, Sciences et Technologies, Lille, France Vysoká škola ekonomická v Praze, Prague, Czech Republic Staffordshire University, Stoke-on-Trent, UK Xiamen University, Xiamen, PR China Universidade de Brasília, Brasília DF, Brazil. The ERASMUS MUNDUS M.Sc. Economics of Globalisation and European Integration is a specialised academic master’s programme. The programme is targeted at European and third country economists with career aspirations in universities, government and international organisations, and in research departments of banks and industrial or commercial corporations. It aims to develop competence in the core subjects of the programme. Students will benefit from an increased awareness of the place of the EU in the world economy and from an in-depth understanding of the importance of globalisation and international trade. Since students attend courses in three different countries and the diplomas are jointly awarded by the nine partners of the consortium, graduates of the programme have considerable international experience. They will be able to do research-oriented work in an international environment, and do so in a professional and independent way. Some will follow an academic career and do research at a university. Others will apply their knowledge in practice when preparing and implementing economic policy decisions and by analysing their effects on the national, European and international economy. [-]

Human Resource Management/Development (top up) MA

Middlesex University London
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 2  October 2017 United Kingdom London + 1 more

Inspiring, challenging and increasingly valuable to businesses in today's global work environment, human resource management (HRM) and development is an exciting discipline to master. Whether you're at the beginning or mid-stages of your career, this top up course will deepen your knowledge and add to your existing postgraduate qualification in HR through an applied dissertation with supervision from some of the country's leading practitioners and academics. [+]

Designed for candidates who have completed a postgraduate HR qualification accredited by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), our course will upgrade your qualification to an MA through an applied dissertation, deepening your knowledge and enhancing your employability opportunities. By choosing to conduct your applied dissertation through our university, you are choosing one of the most respected HRM learning institutions in the country with one of the UK's top research profiles in the discipline. Our students and academics have excelled in a wide range of areas, including: Gender, Diversity and Work, Global Work and Employment, Health in Organisations, Human Resource Development, and International Human Resource Management With flexible study options to support part-time and international students, our course features a weekend workshop on advanced research methods and the option for online supervision with access to distance learning research material. This personalised approach to learning allows you to fit your studies around existing work and family commitments, so that you can advance your professional development while maintaining your employment and still have time for family life. [-]

Master in Management

Wake Forest University - School of Business
Campus Full time 10  July 2017 USA Winston-Salem

Our 10-month Master of Arts (MA) in Management program is designed specifically for recent liberal arts, sciences and engineering graduates who want to excel personally and professionally in today’s marketplace. [+]

MA Degrees in Economics and Administration. Gain a Competitive Edge Our 10-month Master of Arts (MA) in Management program is designed specifically for recent liberal arts, sciences and engineering graduates who want to excel personally and professionally in today’s marketplace. As one of the most innovative programs in graduate business education, the MA program builds on the skills and knowledge gained in your undergraduate studies preparing you for a broad range of fields and careers. Highlights include: A hands-on learning environment with small classes and a 10:1 student: faculty ratio Opportunities to gain real-world experience through team-based consulting projects Personalized career direction and coaching from staff, faculty and professional connections Speaker series and networking opportunities that connect you with innovators and industry thought-leaders The MA Program starts in July with a five-week module to prepare you for graduate-level business courses. The fall and spring semesters are divided into four modules where you’ll build a foundation in finance, marketing, operations, business analytics, accounting, economics, information technology, ethics, organizational behavior and leadership. ... [-]

Business Economics

International University Alliance
Campus Full time Part time September 2017 USA Boston

The School of Business’ Master of Arts in Economics program combines a solid foundation in economics with an emphasis on applying that knowledge to real-world situations. [+]

Business Economics Sales and revenue forecasting, marketplace trend analysis, econometric modeling—all of these skills are grounded in applied economics. They’re also among the most sought-after skills in business and government. The School of Business’ Master of Arts in Economics program combines a solid foundation in economics with an emphasis on applying that knowledge to real-world situations. While the program prepares students for careers as professional economists in government and business, some graduates use the degree as a springboard toward further education in law or a doctoral degree in business or economics. The program is compact—three semesters in length for most students—but powerful, with course offerings in such areas as Environmental Economics, Financial Policies, Growth and Development, Health Economics, Industrial Organization, Investment Management, Labor Economics, and Money and Banking. Program options The structure of the Master of Arts in Economics (MAEcon) program allows for flexibility to match the particular interests and needs of the individual student. All students will acquire a strong background in economics, but those seeking an applied emphasis are provided opportunities for courses and research experiences with direct relevance to contemporary business and social problems. Students may choose to specialize in the department’s strengths in international economics and economic growth or the applied microeconomic areas of health, labor and environmental economics. Regardless of chosen specialty, all graduates of the program demonstrate mastery of the following core skills: Ability to approach economics-related issues analytically Ability to use data appropriately to answer economic research questions empirically Ability to effectively communicate research findings Track options The MAEcon program offers three options, depending on the student's preference; Economics Track, Financial Economics Track or Thesis Track. Students in all tracks have the same core classes: Applied Macroeconomics, Applied Microeconomics, Introduction to Economics and Applied Statistics I. Beyond the core classes the coursework varies for each of the track options: Economics Track: students in the Economics Track will select three electives within the Economics department. Three electives may also be taken outside of the Economics department. Financial Economics Track: students opting for the Financial Economics Track will have three core finance courses: Derivative Securities, Financial Policies and Investment Management. Students will also choose three electives from the available finance course offerings. Thesis Track: if a student chooses the Thesis Track, he/she will have two elective from within the department and two general electives. In addition, anyone in the Thesis Track will complete six credit hours of thesis work. All students must pass a comprehensive exam after completing the core courses. [-]

Master’s Programme in Accounting and Finance (MAccFin)

University of St.Gallen (HSG), School of Management, Economics, Law, Social Sciences and International Affairs
Campus Full time September 2017 Switzerland St.Gallen

The Master’s Programme in Accounting and Finance (MAccFin) enables you to view financial corporate management from an integrative perspective. [+]

MA Degrees in Economics and Administration. Master’s Programme in Accounting and Finance (MAccFin) Why MAccFin The Master’s Programme in Accounting and Finance (MAccFin) enables you to view financial corporate management from an integrative perspective. Our programme is characterised by its proximity to entrepreneurial practice: topical and relevant issues with case-related approaches to solutions play as important a role as do reputed guest lecturers and close cooperation with selected companies. The MAccFin programme thus creates optimal conditions for a successful career start. Objectives The Master’s Programme in Accounting and Finance (MAccFin) prepares you for responsible activities in the field of financial corporate management. No matter whether you look at it from the perspective of a consultant, a controller, an auditor or a banker: You analyse an organisation’s sustainable financial and earning power and issue recommendations for further development; You deal with the requirements imposed by the capital market and the regulators; You create M&A processes; You conduct a value-oriented assessment of the profitability of customers, distribution channels and brands, as well as drawing up alternative action scenarios; You conduct management performance assessments and create incentive-compatible management instruments. Financial management thus includes a systematic and reliable record of corporate performance, as well as reporting for the attention of investors and other stakeholders. Student profile Would you like to guide a company’s future development with sustainable success? Would you like to underpin its strategic growth opportunities with key figures and thus hone your arguments? Then you fit our target group excellently. As a MAccFin student, you have a great interest in issues of financial management from a CFO’s point of view. Your academic and practical curiosity puts you in a position not only to become acquainted with concepts in a theoretical manner but to scrutinise them, assess them autonomously and adapt them to fit the context. Simultaneously with your education in this field, you further develop your analytical and communicative skills. In this way, you will be prepared to assume responsibility in leading positions in a complex and risky environment in the future. Career outlook We would like to provide you with the wherewithal for an exciting and unique career. As a MAccFin graduate, you will not only have the necessary theoretical foundation but also be conversant with practice-oriented project work, positioning and opinion-leadership, as well as being involved in the production of solutions and decisions. MAccFin graduates find themselves in responsible positions in big and smaller corporations, on all continents, with responsibility in line functions, project management or consultancy, and as entrepreneurs. Typically, our graduates opt for business consultancy, investment banking, auditing (MAccFin ECTS credits will be credited to your auditor training) or a junior position in the finance department of a reputable firm. These starting positions are used as a stepping stone for growth with regard to functions, competence, responsibility, projects and leadership. Alternatively you can remain at university and opt for a doctorate and thus for further specialization in your field in order to embark on an academic career. MAccFin Curriculum The contents of the Master’s programme focus on the current and future tasks of financial management. Increasing demands for transparent and real-time information about current and planned activities and the financial results expected from them require a very good specialist interdisciplinary knowledge and skills to create and implement systems. Now all the compulsory courses are taught both in German and in English; the language can be chosen separately for each individual course. The three compulsory courses of the first semester provide a crosssection of financial management. The Auditing course shows the principles and rules according to which auditors conceptualise and conduct a group audit. Corporate Finance deals with models of corporate funding structures, whereas Management Accounting raises and discusses questions of corporate planning, steering and control. In the second semester, the Financial Analysis course focuses on instruments of financial analysis, as well as their critical assessment and their application in keeping with the context, while Financial Reporting according to the True & Fair View is concerned with the external perspective. In core electives you will be able to choose from a great number of courses. The general core electives should cover the bandwidth of financial management through the choice of four courses, whereas in the immersion core electives, two extensive courses are intended to enable students to specialise and thus to prepare them for their career starts. Students are therefore able to pursue their very own individual requirements and interests. About one in three courses is offered in English. Exchange We support you in the international orientation of your studies. Thus you can apply for the double degree programmes CEMS MIM or DM2. In addition, you will be able to spend an exchange semester at one of our more than 190 partner universities. Admission to the MAccFin programme: Please consult our website for the latest detailed admission criteria. www.admissions.unisg.ch www.maccfin.unisg.ch [-]

MA In Public Management

University Of Applied Sciences Ludwigsburg - Public Administration and Finance
Campus Part time October 2017 Germany Ludwigsburg

The overarching overall thrust of the part-time master's degree program is a knowledge and methods transfer into administrative practice which is to qualify for the active shaping of governance and management processes ... [+]

The overarching overall thrust of the part-time master's degree program is a knowledge and methods transfer into administrative practice which is to qualify for the active shaping of governance and management processes. Accordingly, the Master's program is designed as an interdisciplinary study course with management-specific core content. A high priority in particular both the mediation of personal, social and method-related skills as well as the optimization of problem-solving and Internalisierungsfähigkeiten is thereby given. the essentials in brief Academic Degree: Master of Arts (MA) 5 semesters part Exchange of presence days (about 1 x monthly on Fridays and Saturdays all day) and self-learning phases The study consists of 10 modules and 22 courses A total of 55 days of attendance will take place at the College fall € 500 tuition fees per semester study form The part-time master's degree program Public Management includes supervised self-learning phases (self-study with study and professional coaching) and presence phases. Self-learning phases The self-learning time plays a crucial role in achieving the learning objectives in an occupational studies. To support the self-study, students receive advance Studienbriefe that provide a theoretical basis for the substantive discussion of the course content. Students need to acquire through targeted preparation and review the learning material of the course units. The in-depth discussion with the study materials necessary for successful participation in the attendance phases. presence phases The presence phases serve as mandatory appointments to consolidate the acquired knowledge through self-study. These allow the transfer to the administration and to prepare for the exams. For this reason, representatives from practice to be integrated as a lecturer in most classroom sessions in addition to the full-time professors. The practice thus flows specifically in the training, which supports processes of change theory in practice. This linkage will prevent the teaching of theory lack of grip goes to the needs of the daily work over, the other hand also an uncritical adaptation to the practice is avoided. Course overview The program begins in September each year. The course normally lasts five semesters. Each study year is limited to 25 students. The presence Days will be held at the University of Ludwigsburg The courses and examinations are mainly on Fridays and Saturdays (each full day) instead. In individual cases, other neighboring weekdays are involved. The tests and assessment are provided under a course-qualification system. The measurement of the workload is based on the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS). One ECTS point corresponds to a workload of 30 hours. In studying a total of 90 ECTS credits must be provided. The workload for the attendance phases and trials comprising a total of 55 days for five semesters. This corresponds to a time of attendance of 11 days per semester. Did you know, that ... all 10 modules and 22 courses focus on the goal of holistic leadership targeted teaching / learning methods and have been developed for the blended learning system; z. Ex. for assisted self-study 26 specially developed course books serve the attendance days at the weekend (Friday and Saturday, respectively all day) take place and no courses are, but the methodological deepening acquired in self-study skills and the transfer into practice practical Prüfungsmix is ​​applied (in addition to exams and homework also presentations and essays) by restriction to max. 25 participants per study year college optimal care and support of the students both during the self-learning as well as the presence phases guarantees [-]

MA in Economics

Koc University - Istanbul Turkey
Campus Full time September 2017 Turkey İstanbul

MA in Economics Non-Thesis program establishes a solid foundation in economic theory and econometrics and provides specialized training in various applied areas of economics. The program is [+]

MA in Economics

 

MA in Economics Non-Thesis program establishes a solid foundation in economic theory and econometrics and provides specialized training in various applied areas of economics. The program is designed to prepare students towards a career as an economist in government, business, and non-governmental organizations. Its rigorous approach also provides an excellent preparation for a Ph.D. in Economics. Our program fills an important void in today's job market where specialization is becoming ever more important and an undergraduate degree is often not enough. The Economics faculty at Koç University has a solid reputation as contributors to the frontiers of research in Turkey and abroad. Recently, the department has been ranked number 1 in Turkey and continues to improve its ranking in Europe and the world. We believe that Koç University is one of the best places to pursue a master's degree in economics.... [-]


Master of Arts in Higher Education Administration (MA)

William Paterson University of New Jersey
Campus Part time September 2017 USA Wayne

The Master's degree in Higher Education Administration at William Paterson University is an advanced and in-depth study of the history, structure, organization and administration of colleges and universities in the United States. The program is designed to enhance the professional and career development of current and future managers, leaders and executives within institutions of higher education. The program includes four specialized... [+]

Master of Arts in Higher Education Administration (MA) The Master's degree in Higher Education Administration at William Paterson University is an advanced and in-depth study of the history, structure, organization and administration of colleges and universities in the United States. The program is designed to enhance the professional and career development of current and future managers, leaders and executives within institutions of higher education. The program includes four specialized concentrations: Student Development, Leadership Studies, Academic Administration, and Assessment & Planning. The concentrations offered in the 2015-2016 academic year are Student Development and Leadership Studies. The program is run using a cohort model (a prescribed two year, part-time sequence in which all candidates take the same two courses each semester), with classes given in the fall, spring and summer semesters, utilizing face-to-face/hybrid evening courses as well as online courses. During the capstone course for all concentrations, students carry out a research project in a higher education workplace setting which allows them to demonstrate the practical application of higher education administration theory. Students will also develop a professional e-portfolio aligned with the Professional Competency Areas of the Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education (NASPA) and the American College Personnel Association (ACPA). Entry Requirements Each applicant must clearly demonstrate that he/she can fulfill the requirements of the program and have the capacity to successfully complete graduate level coursework. Documentation of all these requirements must be sent to the Office of Graduate Admissions and Enrollment Services, Morrison Hall, Room 102. 1. Transcripts: - Official transcripts from all institutions of higher education previously attended - Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a GPA of not less than 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. - An applicant who has a graduate degree from an accredited college or university must have a GPA of not less than 3.5 on a 4.0 scale. 2. Admission Testing: - Applicants must achieve a minimum verbal score of 450 (older scale: prior to August 1, 2011) or 150 (current scale) on the Graduate Record Examination or a scale score of at least 388 on the Miller Analogies Test and submit an official score to the Graduate Office. - MAT/GRE admission testing requirement is waived for applicants holding graduate degrees and a GPA of 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale. 3. Letters of Recommendation: - Two letters of recommendation are required from professional sources that can attest to the candidate’s professional and academic abilities to complete graduate work. - Letters must be on official letterhead with original signatures. 4. Essay: Applicants must submit a 250-500 word essay explaining his or her reasons for applying to this graduate program. 5. Interview: Each applicant will have a personal interview before being accepted for matriculation. Core Courses (21 credits, selection based on concentration chosen) ELHE-6000: Current Issues in Higher Education ELHE-6001: History of American Higher Education ELHE-6002: Theories of College Student Development ELHE-6003: Organization & Governance in American Higher Education ELHE-6004: Legal Issues in American Higher Education ELHE-6005: Public Policy Analysis ELHE-6006: American Post-Secondary Education: Structure & Function ELHE-6007: Finance in American Higher Education ELHE-6008: Higher Education as a Profession ELHE-6030: Educational Research in Higher Education Administration* ELHE-6062: Capstone Experience Seminar* *ELHE-6030 and ELHE-6062 are required for all students Student Development Concentration (15 credits) ELHE-6052: Student Development Policy and Practice ELHE-6050: Assessment Practice ELHE-6002:Theories of College Student Development ELHE-6008: Higher Education as a Profession ELHE-6061: Practicum in Student Development Leadership Studies Concentration (15 credits) ELHE-6060: Leadership Studies ELHE-6053: Higher Education Management ELHE-6005: Public Policy Analysis ELHE-6006: American Post-secondary Education: Structure and Function ELHE-6050: Assessment Practice [-]

Master of Arts in Global Finance, Trade and Economic Integration

University of Denver, Josef Korbel School of International Studies
Campus September 2017 USA Denver

The MA program in Global Finance, Trade and Economic Integration (GFTEI) provides students with a multidisciplinary, policy-focused examination of the global economy. Courses focus on the complex changes underway in the global economy, including the emerging patterns of financial, trade and human capital flows and their effect on national economies, the effect of globalization on state capacity, policy autonomy and national economic conditions, the relationship between economic, political and social outcomes, corporate governance and competition and the interaction of interest groups, states and multilateral agreements and organizations. [+]

MA Degrees in Economics and Administration. The MA program in Global Finance, Trade and Economic Integration (GFTEI) provides students with a multidisciplinary, policy-focused examination of the global economy. Courses focus on the complex changes underway in the global economy, including the emerging patterns of financial, trade and human capital flows and their effect on national economies, the effect of globalization on state capacity, policy autonomy and national economic conditions, the relationship between economic, political and social outcomes, corporate governance and competition and the interaction of interest groups, states and multilateral agreements and organizations. The GFTEI degree is intended for students who want to pursue careers in international policy analysis for public sector agencies, such as the Department of Commerce and the International Trade Administration; analyst positions in multilateral institutions and organizations, such as the World Bank, the United Nations and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development; research and analyst positions within non-governmental organizations, such as Oxfam and Action Aid; and in the private sector as economic policy consultants, country risk or international project analysts, or international project managers. Global Finance, Trade, and Economic Integration Program overview [-]

MA International Political Economy

University of Groningen
Campus Full time 12  September 2017 Netherlands Groningen

Since the 1970s, IPE has developed as an independent sub-discipline in International Relations (IR). It focuses on the interaction between states, markets and societies. Its primary aim is to [+]

MA International Political Economy

 

International Political Economy is one of five specializations within the Master's degree in International Relations.Since the 1970s, IPE has developed as an independent sub-discipline in International Relations (IR). It focuses on the interaction between states, markets and societies. Its primary aim is to increase our understanding of the dynamics of these three building blocks. In doing so, IPE is interdisciplinary by its self-same nature.Why is it fascinating coming to grips with a globalizing world economy? While states cannot be conceived of as homogenous actors that perfectly take care of the preferences of all of their citizens, one can nevertheless reveal degrees of freedom for negotiation about regional and international cooperation in the fields of trade, production, finance and knowledge. It is a scholarly exertion to reveal the complicated nexus of states, markets and societies.... [-]


Masters in Administrative Science (MAS)

Fairleigh Dickinson University, Vancouver Campus
Campus Full time 30  September 2017 Canada Vancouver

The Master of Administrative Science (MAS) degree is a 30-credit degree to enhance the administrative and leadership skills of graduates. The program combines both cognitive and affective (interactive) instruction through case studies, simulations, individual and group exercises, and fieldwork that helps to develop critical managerial effectiveness. The MAS educational experience seeks to develop critical administrative competencies in a supportive learning environment in conjunction with specific and clear feedback. [+]

MA Degrees in Economics and Administration. The Master of Administrative Science (MAS) degree is a 30-credit degree to enhance the administrative and leadership skills of graduates. The program combines both cognitive and affective (interactive) instruction through case studies, simulations, individual and group exercises, and fieldwork that helps to develop critical managerial effectiveness. The MAS educational experience seeks to develop critical administrative competencies in a supportive learning environment in conjunction with specific and clear feedback. Program Highlights A 30-credit program. An opportunity to begin the program at any one of three entry points during the year: September, January, May. Small classes offered and class times will vary. Entry Requirements Graduated from a 4 year bachelor’s degree program or equivalent. Maintained a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 (B) in their undergraduate studies. Two (2) letters of recommendation Personal statement of purpose Demonstrate efficiency in communication of the English Language (for international students whose first language is not English). This can be accomplished through one of the following: Achieving a TOEFL iBT 79 or higher Achieving an IELTS overall band score of 6.0 or higher Degree Requirements At least 21 credits must be completed at FDU. Students must achieve a grade point average of 2.75 for the current trimester and keep a cumulative grade point average of 2.75. Students who receive two or more C grades will be warned, and if evidence of definite improvement in their academic performance does not ensue, they will be put on academic probation or be asked to withdraw from graduate study. All students must take the Capstone Course, MADS 6612 – Seminar on Strategic Management. Students are required to take 10 courses to complete the MAS which are chosen from a range of courses. Students may pursue a single area of study or design a program that will support their specific career-related goals. The curriculum areas and credit distribution requirements are designed to provide students with flexibility in planning a program of study within a competency-focused framework for professional development. Students must successfully complete 30 credits of graduate course work in the following categories: Administrative Competencies (6 classes / 18 credits) Analytic and Decision-Making Competencies (3 classes / 9 credits) Capstone Seminar (last class/3 credits) MADS6612 – Seminar in Strategic Management [-]

MA in Economics

International University of Japan
Campus Full time September 2017 Japan Niigata

This degree program is not only to let students understand modern economics frameworks, but also to equip them with analytical tools in economics. [+]

This newly offered two year MA program awards a MA in Economics degree to students who successfully complete all requirements. The IMF scholars through our tailor made program for them named Macroeconomic Policy Program belong to this new MA degree program within the IDP, while Macroeconomic Policy Program requires the IMF scholars to take more courses related to macroeconomic issues. The goal of the program is not only to let students understand modern economics frameworks, but also to equip them with analytical tools in economics, and this new MA degree program focuses on more economics than our current program in International Development, both of which are offered within the IDP.

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MA Human Resource Management (September Start)

Oxford Brookes University, Business School
Campus Part time August 2017 United Kingdom Oxford

The program develops core HR skills and knowledge, enabling you to understand and evaluate strategic HR practice. You will study alongside HR professionals from different sectors helping to enrich your learning experience. [+]

MA Degrees in Economics and Administration. MA Human Resource Management - MA/ PGDip - September 2016 Accredited by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) This course is run by the Business School and is a two-year part-time master’s programme. This course is only available for UK and EU Students. The program develops core HR skills and knowledge, enabling you to understand and evaluate strategic HR practice. You will study alongside HR professionals from different sectors helping to enrich your learning experience. In year 2 of your degree, you can choose to study for the PGDip in HRM or the MA HRM. The programme is fully accredited by the CIPD against the Advanced Knowledge Standards and you will gain Associate membership of the CIPD upon your successful completion. Why choose this course? Oxford Brookes University has been successfully offering development programmes for working HR professionals for many years. The programmes are well-proven as a means of providing managers with a springboard for progress in their careers. The courses are CIPD accredited and mapped against the advanced diploma in HRM. The MA HRM and PGDip HRM are practice-based and academically challenging, both aim to provide you with the knowledge, understanding and skills required for the challenging role of a human resource professional. The MA stage is a research based program that has been developed to help you progress to management or consultancy based roles. They combine theory and practice giving you the opportunity to gain specific insight into organisational design, helping you to focus specific HR areas. The Diploma in Human Resource Management is a nationally recognised programme leading to graduate membership of the CIPD. It is aimed at practicing HR professionals seeking to further develop their careers. During the diploma you will produce a management research report where you investigate HR management or an organisational practice issue. The course focuses on teaching you core HRM concepts such as managing and developing people, employment law, development of business leadership skills, resourcing and managing talent and developing employment relations. This part-time course is principally delivered through half-day and evening workshops. The workshops involve tutor input, analysis of case studies, problem-solving activities, virtual business simulations and directed reading and research. Postgraduate Open Evening – Business School and Oxford School of Hospitality Management Date and Time Wednesday, 7 September 2016, 17:30 to 19:00 Who this event is for Everyone Location Foyer, Postgraduate Centre, Wheatley Campus Details Come along to find out about the postgraduate courses on offer at Oxford Brookes University Business School, the Oxford School of Hospitality Management, and how a Master's can enhance your career prospects. It is a great opportunity to find out what study options are available, to discuss the learning and assessment style and to ask any questions you may have. To book a place Register for the Open Evening using this link below: http://business.brookes.ac.uk/postgraduate/open-days/ [-]