Course Description

Business Administration MBA



This innovative course is designed to develop a wide range of interdisciplinary skills that you can apply in your own workplace as you develop. You will gain a solid foundation in core management disciplines, including human resource management, organisational behaviour, accounting and finance, marketing and operations learning to apply your knowledge to analyse, synthesise and evaluate a wide range of situations. You will explore economic, environmental, social and technological change issues; corporate governance; markets and customers; managing resources and operations; financing organisations; management and development of people; developing information technologies for application in business and management within a global knowledge-based economy, and development of appropriate business policies and strategies within a changing context to meet stakeholder interests.

Key features of the course
A valuable qualification for practising managers who aspire to higher positions
Includes an elective module from a wide choice of options, enabling you to adjust the curriculum to suit your professional interests
Takes you two thirds of the way to our triple-accredited MBA.

Training ProviderOpen University in Ireland, The
Course LocationDublin, Ireland
Location PostcodeDublin 2
Course CategoryAdministration, Business
Course TypeDistance Learning
Course QualificationMasters Degree
Course FeePOA
Course Duration18 months - 5 years.
Entry RequirementsYou will need a minimum of three years’ experience in a managerial, professional or technical role, so that you have a practical business base on which to build your MBA learning. Usually this means that you are at least 25 years old as it is unusual (but not impossible) to be able to satisfy the ‘experience’ requirement under this age.Depending on your previous qualifications, there are a variety of routes into the MBA:If you already hold an honours degree awarded by a recognised UK university, or equivalent you can begin your MBA studies by taking either the MBA stage 1: management: perspectives and practice (B716) or the fast-track version of this module (BXFT716).
Carear PathEmployers value the MBA as an indication of high level business and management skills. These skills are in demand, increasingly so in times of economic uncertainty, and employers want practical experience, a thorough grasp of business, and the ability to lead at a strategic level. Much of the work in this qualification involves an evidenced-based approach, thus ensuring relevance in the workplace. AMBA’s careers survey shows that MBA students can expect their salary to increase, and the MBA to have a positive impact on their career progression, as well as bring improvements to their organisation or business.
Phone(01) 678 5399
Course CodeF61
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Course Provider

Open University in Ireland, The



01 678 5442
Holbrook House, Holles Street, Dublin, Republic of Ireland

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