MSc (Strategy, Innovation and People Management)

College of Business, Public Policy, & Law
J.E. Cairnes School of Business and Economics

Course overview

Short-listed for Gradireland's "Postgraduate Course of the Year" 2012.

This innovative programme provides students with a deep and analytical understanding of strategic management, innovation, and people development in the knowledge-based economy. It provides an appreciation of the evolving environmental and organisational contexts of these areas of expertise. Students will be exposed to cutting edge research and expertise within the J.E. Cairnes School of Business and Economics, which aims to meet employer’s needs in the smart economy.

Key facts

Entry requirements

Normally a Second Class Honours undergraduate degree, usually a Grade 1, or a H2.1 in the Higher Diploma in Business Studies, is required (or equivalent international qualification).

IELTS score of 6.5 or equivalent, if applicable.

Duration: 1 year, full-time

Next start date: September 2014

Average intake: 20

Closing date: Please refer to the offer rounds/closing date webpage.

Mode of study: Taught

Course outline

The programme includes such modules as:

  • Strategic Management.
  • People Management and Development.
  • Innovation and Technology Management.
  • Research Methods.
  • Organisational Studies and Strategic Leadership.
  • Global Business.
  • BioInnovate electives.

The programme is a revision of the highly successful MSc (Corporate Strategy and People Management). This revised course provides students with a deep and analytical understanding of strategic management, innovation and people development in the knowledge-based economy. The programme focuses equally on each field and on their various interfaces

Applications and selections

Applications are made online via The Postgraduate Applications Centre (PAC). Relevant PAC application code(s) above.

Requirements and assessment

Semester One exams: December. Semester Two exams: April/May. A range of assessment methods are integrated and assessed throughout the programme. These include essays, projects, reports, presentations, case studies, computer games and ‘away day’ activities. A dissertation or coursework and project on BioInnovate modules must be submitted.

Find out more

Mike Moroney
T +353 91 493 044
E mike.moroney@nuigalway.ie
www.cairnes.nuigalway.ie/postgrad/

PAC code

GYC01

Fees for this course

EU (Total): €6,755 p.a. 2013/14 (inclusive of Levy)
 - Tuition: €5,791 p.a. 2013/14
 - Student levy: €224 p.a. 2013/14
Non-EU (Total): €13,250 p.a. 2013/14