A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.
After earning a bachelor’s degree, many students decide to increase their experience and education by pursuing a Master. A Master may take about two years to earn, and there are programs offered in many different areas so that students can find an emphasis that works for them and their goals.
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As an EIT-Labelled program, the AMIR Master integrates high-level training on entrepreneurship and innovation into its curriculum, giving students the skills that they ne
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The Master’s degree in management, with a range of specializations, gives you sound training with a high level of specialization. The program consists of a strong core of
The Master’s degree in management, with a range of specializations, gives you
sound training with a high level of specialization. The program consists of a strong core of conceptual (theoretical) knowledge ready to be transformed rapidly into practical (operational) skills in different management jobs.Each specialization combines a range of specialized courses, an internship (in a company, in a public organization, in a research center etc.) and a final thesis.
This training combines the transversal university skills that are necessary for the proper development of a career in the world of finance, whether in companies or in professional organizations (adaptability, flexibility, intellectual curiosity, openness to the world, creativity, an entrepreneurial spirit, rooted in the real world, continuous learning) with
detailed study of the basic disciplines of management at a level permitting the graduate to begin a general professional career, or one that is linked more specifically to one of these disciplines.
a thorough mastery of a skill or a well-defined area of specialization, providing the graduate with a highly specialized profile for the purposes of looking for a job or pursuing further research.
proficiency in two foreign languages: English (to a level corresponding to the international standard C1) and another language (to a minimum level of B2).
understanding the way companies function and the contemporary economic issues at stake.
the capacity to implement the knowledge gained in the context of a complex field situation, to analyze rigorously the situation observed and to provide appropriate solutions.
Specializations in the Master’s degree program...