Bradford's Master of Business Administration (MBA) is an integrative programme designed for those seeking high-level careers in management. It provides knowledge and skills in a wide range of business disciplines, and aims to ensure that graduates can make a significant contribution to management through career-long self-development.
Outline Syllabus MBA Programme
MBA Stage 1 第一階段
Whichever pathway is followed, the teaching philosophy and learning outcomes are the same. In the first, foundation stage, students study a full range of business subjects with the aim of ensuring they have a working knowledge of operations in different business functions.
Business economics and accounting; People in organisations; Operations and marketing management; Strategic management; Business research; and the Personal Development portfolio is begun.
Stage 2 第二階段
Participants select six electives (from a range of over 30) based on their personal interests and career aspirations. Information about electives is provided during the first stage of the programme, giving ample opportunity for participants to plan their programme and make an informed choice.
Electives include: 選修課程
Advanced strategic management; Corporate brand management; e-business; Employment law; Implementing strategic decisions; Information systems strategy; International business strategy; International marketing; Management of change; Management of service operations; Strategic financial management; The business simulation.
The range and diversity of electives are a key feature of the MBA programme allowing you to develop your knowledge or pursue a new area of interest. Electives are offered in various modes - by weekly attendance, four- or five-day block attendance or distance learning. You may also be able to attend block electives in various European countries with our partner business schools.
Stage 3 第三階段
The final stage consists of an individually selected management project, involving an original and in-depth investigation of a business management issue. Participants are encouraged to undertake an organisation-based project, tackling a real business problem to which the organisation would like a solution. For participants on the full-time pathway, the School of Management provides a range of company-based project opportunities from a range of regional, national and international organisations with which the School has close ties. Such projects are also open to participants on the part-time routes, though it is more usual for them to undertake projects within their own organisations.