Masters Program in Consumer Affairs

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A master's degree is a postgraduate academic degree. One must already have an undergraduate degree to apply for a master's program. Most master's degree program would require students to complete a master's thesis or research paper.

An MSc degree in Consumer Affairs intends to teach students about consumer protection and empowerment. It focuses on consumers social and economic environments. This creates experts in consumer affairs management that are valuable for any organization that provides a service or product.

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European Master's Programme in Consumer Affairs (EURECA)

TUM (Technischen Universität München) Business School
Campus Full time October 2017 Germany Freising

Consumer Affairs is a world-wide rising field in research and higher education. It analyzes consumers in their economic, social and ecological environment. The study “The Need for Postgraduate Education in Consumer Affairs in the European Union” underlines the demand from corporate and governmental sectors as well as consumer organisations for higher education graduates in this field. [+]

Masters Degrees in Consumer Affairs.

About European Master's Programme in Consumer Affairs (EURECA)

 

Consumer Affairs is a world-wide rising field in research and higher education. It analyzes consumers in their economic, social and ecological environment. The study “The Need for Postgraduate Education in Consumer Affairs in the European Union” underlines the demand from corporate and governmental sectors as well as consumer organisations for higher education graduates in this field. Furthermore, it is shown a clear gap between demand and provision of high education graduates in Consumer Affairs.

 

Based on these results the European Commission supports the development of Master’s Programmes in the EU. Following the idea to improve the supply of highly educated and qualified employees in the field of Consumer Affairs, the Aarhus University (Denmark), Technical University Munich (Germany), Wageningen University (Netherlands) and Warsaw University of Life Science (Poland) have established a consortium with the aim of developing the European Master’s Programme in Consumer Affairs (EURECA) which is funded by the European Commission, Directorate General for Health and Consumers. The programme is coordinated by the Department of Marketing and Consumer Research at the Technische Universität München (Germany) and will start in September/ October 2009. The language of instruction is English. ... [-]