Management in Creative Industries
The course provides lectures; seminars; directed reading; IT based resources as well as making sure knowledge and understanding of the subject are acquired and further developed through case studies; extra-curricular project activity; student work/internship and employability experiences. Visiting speakers and practitioners� master classes will be used to further develop a sound theoretical understanding of contemporary issues within business and management.
Applicants shall normally have gained: An upper 2nd Class Honours degree or better from a University of the United Kingdom or Republic of Ireland, or from another institution which has been recognised by the Senate for this purpose; or an equivalent standard in a professional or other qualification recognised by the Senate for this purpose. Exceptionally, candidates who do not satisfy the above requirements may be admitted at the discretion of the Senate. 'Exceptionally' is no more than 10% of student intake. International students will be expected to meet the minimum English language requirement of IELTS 6.
Semester 1: Enterprise and new venture creation; finance; marketing; semester 2: Design enterprise, management and leadership; managing and leading people; operations and supply chain management; semester 3: Business model innovation or strategic design direction.
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