Business, Economics and Administration Master Degree

Top 5786 Business, Economics and Administration Masters Programs 2014

Business, Economics and Administration

Professionals who have Master in Business, Economics and Administration degrees are essential for the modern world. They provide the backbone for many private and public organizations, companies, and corporations as well as being important factors for a strong economy.

There is great importance for specially trained managers, administrators and professionals in fields such as Public Relations, Accounting, Communication, Finance, Health Care, Marketing and many others, and many of these professionals hold Master in Business, Economics and Administration degrees. If you are interested in continuing your education in such important fields as Business Management, Media, Real Estate, Taxation, and so on, you have come to the right place to find a Master in Business, Economics and Administration.

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5786 Results in Business, Economics and Administration

Master in Fashion Retail Management

Campus Italy Full time 1 year
October 2014

Aimed at candidates who have previous undergraduate study in economics, marketing, fashion design or similar, or proven relevant work experience. The study programme is designed to establish the role of... [+]

Business, Economics and Administration Masters. Aimed at candidates who have previous undergraduate study in economics, marketing, fashion design or similar, or proven relevant work experience. The study programme is designed to establish the role of the specialist in managing a store, from the flagship to an individual boutique, through the development of expertise in the areas of retail marketing, human resource management and fashion category management. At the end of the course, participants will be able to understand brand values and transfer them to the consumer, making the buying process a unique and unforgettable experience, so that they will gain the customer’s faith and loyalty at the point of sale. The study of the development of human resources, in-store communication and integration of IT in the store are fundamental to understanding the current role of the retail manager and are the future of the profession. Through the course curriculum participants will develop the necessary knowledge for the economic analysis of a store, ensuring that they can understand the budget and monitor indicators that measure the performance of the store, the sales-by-category indicators of cross-selling, stock rotation and coverage analysis. The course will also allow the participant to understand which strategies to promote and which loyalties to undertake in order to improve customer satisfaction and the shopping experience of the purchaser. Analysis of communication in the store will also enable participants to understand how traditional strategies can complement those based on technological innovation, in order to develop more interactivity and consumer engagement. Learning Outcomes • Able to assess the economic data of the store and have strategies to improve its profitability; • Develop innovative retail marketing policies and define effective strategies for customer relationship management, assessing the motivation of consumers, competitors, brand values and cultural influences; • Plan new forms of in-store shopping experience that combine business intelligence applications to the changing social habits of consumption in the luxury and fashion market; • Apply and define all aspects related to retail communication, from multisensory color, light, smell and sound proposals, as well as stand design, to the management of in-store events; • Manage the store personnel with the necessary leadership and through the application of motivation and incentive policies useful to this end; • Select and define the indicators that measure the effectiveness by value generated in the store, analysing the seasonal variations and trends in the fashion industry; • Strategically plan the purchases of new fashion collections with buyers being aware of trends and stock policy and logistic processes in/out of the store. Programme • The business of retail • Fashion marketing management • Retail management • Contemporary issue in fashion • The power of communication in the POS • Research methods Opportunities The fashion retail manager is a key figure in the distribution chain and is ultimately responsible for managing the logistics of distributing the product. Fashion retail managers are highly trained professionals in the fashion industry and must be continually alert to trends in collections. They must also have problem-solving skills and negotiation and social skills to the highest level in order to interact constructively with both clients and the human resources department of the store. The fashion retail manager can work in the flagship store, department stores, showrooms and boutiques, both single-brand and multi-brand. They can manage the development of the retail network of a company or manage its internationalization. [-]

Master Programme in European Spatial Planning and Regional Development

Campus Sweden Full time 2 years
September 2014

The focus of the programme is on the European level and on skills and abilities that are applicable and useful in professional live: the programme will give you experience of practical tools as well as policies and regulations. You will also become familiar with several... [+]

Master Programme in European Spatial Planning and Regional Development The importance of the European Union within the fields of planning and regional development has increased. The European Spatial Planning and Regional Development programme is a problem-based education covering fundamental subjects of European spatial planning and regional development, such as governance, innovation, economic development and sustainable development. The programme rests on two, interconnected pillars within the field of European spatial planning and regional development: economic, social and territorial cohesion as well as sustainable development. These two pillars reflect the policy and practice of the European level in the courses and the structure of the programme. The focus of the programme is on the European level and on skills and abilities that are applicable and useful in professional live: the programme will give you experience of practical tools as well as policies and regulations. You will also become familiar with several European planning and development projects and get the chance to analyse and formulate concrete proposals the aim of which is to foster the development of a region. The programme is in English and for students from Sweden, Europe and the rest of the world. Education and tuition has a high priority and students and faculty have a close connection in an informal atmosphere throughout their educational period. In addition to qualified teachers and professors, you will encounter many international guest lecturers, such as Andreas Faludi and Stefanie Dühr, and individuals working within planning and regional development. This means that the connections to professional practice and to the latest research are good. Learning outcomes In addition to the national goals, which can be found in Appendix B, the following goals apply to this programme. After successfully completing the programme, the student should: be able to demonstrate ability to critically and systematically analyse and integrate knowledge from subject areas, science fields and disciplines relevant for processing complex problems regarding spatial planning. Working with spatial planning requires an ability to tackle and evaluate situations and issues where information is limited. be able to demonstrate ability to critically, individually and creatively identify and formulate questions in the field of spatial planning such as social, economic, democratic and aesthetical problems, as well as be able to use suitable methods for these areas to plan and carry through qualified tasks at a level that contributes to knowledge development in spatial planning. be able to demonstrate ability to communicate and argue knowledge and conclusions in the field of spatial planning with groups and persons involved in spatial planning. be able to demonstrate ability to make evaluations in regards to social, economic and environmental sustainability within the working field of spatial planning, based on available scientific knowledge. be able to demonstrate an ability to pay regard to ethical aspects when working with people, institutions, organisations and associations affected by scientific and development work in spatial planning. Mode of delivery The programme is teaching intensive with an average of 3-4 lectures per week. Responsible for teaching are professors with research experience in the relevant areas. Furthermore, the courses include a number of seminars which give the students the opportunity to deepen their knowledge in specific areas; in addition, the students will have the opportunity to apply the acquired knowledge in a number of exercises or assignments. The first two semesters contain seven compulsory courses. For the third seminar, the students can freely choose courses either at BTH or at another university. The fourth semester is entirely dedicated to thesis writing. Prerequisites At least a Bachelor's degree, equivalent to a minimum of 180 new Swedish credits (''högskolepoäng'')/180 ECTS (= three years) of study, in a technical, social sciences or natural sciences field that is relevant to European spatial planning and regional development. or - At least a Bachelor's degree of 180 higher education credits and two years of documented work experience, amounting to at least 50 per cent of a full-time employment, of relevance for the education. Relevant work experience is defined as employment or profession where a significant part of the tasks have been investigative tasks, analytical tasks, research or education, dealing with comprehensive planning, development or regional issues, alternatively European issues. In addition you have to fulfill the following English language requirements: Applicants with international qualifications who do not have English as their native language Specific eligibility in the English language from upper secondary school for non-Swedish students TOEFL 575/90; IELTS 6.5 no section below 5.5, or University of Cambrige and Oxford tests. Admission Criteria If there are more qualified applicants than places on the programme a selection will be made. This is done in the following way. Selection method 4 according to BTH admission regulations is applied. This means that applications that meet the admissions requirements to the programme are ranked according to the method below. If all applicants with the lowest tariff cannot be offered place, preference is given to the minority gender, thereafter lots will be drawn. The first step of the assessment process consists of an assessment of how relevant the field and specialisation of the applicant’s prior degrees from a higher education institution or university are to specialisation of the programme applied for. The assessment is done in three categories: minimal relevance given the admission requirements = tariff 0, medium relevance = tariff 0.5, high relevance = tariff 1. Finally the applicant’s TOEFL and IELTS levels in English are standardized to a tariff between 0 and 1, where 0 is the minimal level for qualifying and 1 is the maximal level of the test. Appli-cants who are exempted from demonstrating their level of English through TOEFL/IELTS tests receive the tariff of 1. These two values are added together to a total tariff that may vary between 0 and 2. [-]

Le Grand Diplôme - Cuisine and Pâtisserie

Campus Mexico Full time 30 weeks
January 2015

Le Cordon Bleu classic cycle teaches students to master the classic French techniques of Cuisine and Pâtisserie in a complete and systematic manner. Le Grand Diplôme® is the current most [+]

Business, Economics and Administration Masters. Le Grand Diplôme®

Le Cordon Bleu classic cycle teaches students to master the classic French techniques of Cuisine and Pâtisserie in a complete and systematic manner. Le Grand Diplôme® is the current most renowned course within those related to the culinary arts. Le Grand Diplôme is a highly acclaimed passport to the Culinary World. It is earned when the student successfully completes the Basic, Intermediate and Superior courses in both Cuisine and Pâtisserie. In addition, the student will earn a Diplôme de Cuisine and a Diplôme de Pâtisserie. The student will also receive a certificate for each course successfully completed.

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The theoretical and practical teaching system at Le Cordon Bleu is the most complete as it combines the Chefs demonstrations with practical classes. ... [-]

Master of International Business (MIB)

Campus Spain Full time 1 year
February 2015

The MIB is oriented to four key elements for a successful international business education: Developing personal competencies necessary to lead corporate initiatives, obtaining specific ... [+]

The MIB is oriented to four key elements for a successful international business education: Developing personal competencies necessary to lead corporate initiatives, obtaining specific managerial skills and a global vision of the company, analysis and decision making in an ever-changing corporate environment and finally, interaction, communication and team work.

The general objective of the MIB is to provide business education to executives:

-- Be an efficient international manager: the rapid changes in the business world require the most up-to-date methodology and techniques for our students so that they become effective and competitive managers.

-- Understand the process of change: changes in economical, social and technological areas are influencing the organisational structure of companies.... [-]

MSc in International Management–Management of Health Systems Specialisation

Online UK Liverpool Full time Part time
February 2015

Our MSc in International Management with a specialisation track in Management of Health Systems will equip you with the skill-set for myriad managerial positions in organisations that participate in the many... [+]

Business, Economics and Administration Masters. MSc in International Management (Management of Health Systems)Our MSc in International Management with a specialisation track in Management of Health Systems will equip you with the skill-set for myriad managerial positions in organisations that participate in the many facets of the healthcare delivery system. Essential tools will be provided enabling you to deconstruct the complex and integrated components that combine to create a healthcare system. Modules include Strategic Organisation, Management of Health Systems, and Health Economics and Finance.All online MSc in International Management programmes are covered by the University of Liverpool Management School’s AACSB Accreditation.... [-]

MA in Finance and Investment (Retail Banking and Money Markets)

Online UK Full time Part time 15 - 36 months
February 2015

This MA in Finance and Investment gives you the chance to specialise in Retail Banking and Money Markets. [+]

Explore how retail banks provide commercial services and cater to the needs of customers from all over the world.

Due to the increasingly global nature of banking activities, there is greater demand for an understanding of the instruments used in money and foreign exchange markets. This course provides solutions to the challenges banks face in the financial services industry.

You will gain an insight into the characteristics of the commercial banking sector, the global nature of banking activities and the impact of new business models. There are also topics covering the main types of risk financial institutions encounter, as well as the techniques used to manage them.

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Webster MBA in Geneva

Campus Switzerland Full time Part time 14 - 36 months
August 2014

Go to program page: http://www.webster.ch/mba Launch the next phase with a graduate business degree from Webster University in Geneva. Develop your business knowledge, strengthen specific capabilities, AND open doors to senior positions and new opportunities worldwide. [+]

Business, Economics and Administration Masters. www.webster.ch/mba

Live and learn business in the international city of Geneva! The Webster MBA, in English, teaches you to think strategically and execute effectively in an international business setting.

The MBA is a classic degree for those wanting to enter the corporate work world with analytical, problem-solving skills backed by a strong grip on quantitative methods. 

You will learn the latest business tools and concepts, and apply these to practical class projects and case studies that not only develop your critical thinking and problem-solving abilities, but also your management, team-working, and communication skills.

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Part-time MBA

Campus Germany Part time 24 months
May 2014

Equipped with a broad base of business knowledge – as well as a profound understanding of how organisations [+]

Here is an MBA that’s as flexible as it is career-enhancing. Awarded by the internationally respected Maastricht School of Management (MsM), you can customise this programme to match your career goals and your preferred study mode. EMPLOYABILITY PROSPECTS Equipped with a broad base of business knowledge – as well as a profound understanding of how organisations function – you will be a natural choice for management roles. And with an MBA from GISMA Business School and MsM, employers will really sit up and take notice of you. WHAT WILL YOU LEARN? You will be taught the latest in management theory and practice, giving you an invaluable overview of how businesses function – and the opportunity to customise your studies through your choice of pathways. FEES AND FUNDING For a limited time only, GISMA is offering reduced fees for the May 2014 intake. Future intakes will be subject to the normal fees outlined below. GISMA recognises the need to nurture budding entrepreneurship, and are dedicated to ensuring more of the best and brightest individuals from around the world can benefit from a first-class education. Therefore we offer scholarships for qualifying students. Please contact a programme advisor for more details on how to apply. - May 2014 Intake: € 15,000 - Future Intakes: € 22,000 [-]

Dance Anthropology MA

Campus UK Full time Part time 1 year
February 2015

The Anthropology of Dance investigates the place of dance in society from the perspectives of those participating in it, whether as dancers, dance-makers, teachers or audience. From this course, you will come to understand how different people around the world understand dance and how dance shapes their value-systems. [+]

Why Roehampton A chance to study with world-leading researchers in the field of the anthropology of dance. There will be an opportunity to investigate the eurocentrism prevalent in much contemporary thinking about dance. You will learn to situate dance practices within worldwide economies and post-colonial contexts. Discovery in dance

Business, Economics and Administration Masters. You will gain knowledge, awareness and research skills that can enrich your professional career in dance or equip you to work at the forefront of this new academic discipline through:

seminars and coursework ethnographic fieldwork an individually tutored dissertation opportunities to blend theory with practice.

You will also have the chance to join a summer intensive in Norway, which is fully funded by the Erasmus Programme and taught by key scholars in the anthropology of dance from international universities.... [-]

Master of International Business (MIB)

Campus USA China United Arab Emirates UK Full time 1 year
September 2014

Hult’s Master of International Business has been specifically adopted to meet the needs of recent university graduates. Campus location in Boston, San Francisco, London, Dubai and Shanghai. [+]

Master of International Business Launch your career after undergraduate studies with Hult’s one-year, hands-on Master of International Business (MIB). Hult’s MIB curriculum delivers a strong understanding of how the world is interconnected through finance, marketing, operations, technology, and strategy to help graduates meet the challenges of today’s global economy. The MIB program equips students with practical business knowledge with a focus on international and cross-cultural understanding of the marketplace. This degree is particularly well suited for recent university graduates (both business and non-business majors) who do not have extensive work experience, while also appropriate for those with work experience who seek to move into international business. ... [-]

Master Program - Macroeconomic Policy and Financial Markets

Campus Spain Full time 1 year
February 2015

Students in the Macroeconomic Policy and Financial Markets Program will obtain relevant knowledge about the central issues in macroeconomic and financial economics analysis, as well as the key tools, data and models. [+]

Business, Economics and Administration Masters. Master Program - Macroeconomic Policy and Financial Markets

Policymakers are often forced to make decisions under conditions of uncertainty that have a direct impact on a country’s overall performance. A thorough understanding of the dynamics of the aggregate economy is necessary, but not entirely sufficient, for success. Private firms must also be knowledgeable of the many sources of aggregate risk and uncertainty, and the analytical tools available to study the aggregate economy can be of much help.

Students in the Macroeconomic Policy and Financial Markets Program will obtain relevant knowledge about the central issues in macroeconomic and financial economics analysis, as well as the key tools, data and models.... [-]

MA in Tourism, Hospitality and Event Management

Campus or Online UK Full time 15 - 36 months
February 2015

Master the skills needed for success in hospitality and tourism with this advanced degree programme designed to prepare you for the operational challenges of these fast-paced, dynamic industries. You will learn through an... [+]

MA in Tourism, Hospitality and Event Management Master the skills needed for success in hospitality and tourism with this advanced degree programme designed to prepare you for the operational challenges of these fast-paced, dynamic industries. You will learn through an array of field trips, workshops, talks from guest speakers and industry-focused practical cases, all designed to provide you with a working knowledge of strategy and analytical thinking. This programme has been designed by London College of Contemporary Arts (LCCA) and is validated and awarded by the International Telematic University UNINETTUNO. Course Structure The course is divided into two semesters and covers a range of topics designed to give you a comprehensive understanding of key industry issues. In the first semester focus is placed on modern tourism, hospitality and event organisation. The second semester is conducted through practical case studies, centering on applying the knowledge gained. In the first semester, you will investigate the issues and challenges most often encountered in hospitality, event organisation and modern tourism. You will then learn to apply your theoretical knowledge in practical case scenarios. Progression Graduates will be eligible to work on a broad range of supervisory, managerial and consulting positions in both public and private sector tourism or event organisations, often with a marketing and sales orientation Event Management graduates can be expected to go on to managerial posts within conference centres, international associations, professional conference organisers, destination management companies, convention bureaux, exhibition organisers etc. Similarly, Tourism Management graduates can go on to positions in destination, hotel, travel or distribution marketing and sales. Entry Requirements UK undergraduate degree or equivalent – any subject area English levels 5.5 IELTS (5.5 in all bands) or equivalent Relevant work experience is an asset, but no work experience is required Students who fail to meet academic requirements can be assessed on their relevant work experience (5 years management experience minimum for mature study route) About UNINETTUNO The International Telematic University UNINETTUNO has been conceived with an international perspective in mind. UNINETTUNO enables its students to attend their degree courses wherever they are in the world. Uninettuno has been awarded the “E-xcellence” Quality Assurance in e-learning by EADT, the European Association of Distance Teaching Universities. EADT is Europe’s institutional network and aims to further advance the level of openness and flexibility of higher education in Europe. [-]

MA in Economics

Campus USA Full time Part time
January 2015

We consider our master’s program an integral part of our overall graduate program and believe that we offer excellent professional preparation for analysis or management positions in business or government. Job placement for Clemson’s MA graduates ranks with the top MBA programs in the region. The program is also an excellent first step toward advanced graduate work in economics or law at other universities. [+]

Business, Economics and Administration Masters. MA in Economics

Milton Friedman once described the “Chicago School” of economics as rejecting both theory without evidence and evidence without theory. This is equally true of economics at Clemson. The goal of our graduate program is to help students become adept at using economic theory in order to formulate and test hypotheses about any aspect of social interaction. The wide range of topics investigated by Clemson students testifies to our success in reaching this goal. In recent theses and dissertations, our students have studied the political determinants of the geographical distribution of Canadian federal government spending, the pattern of state spending on African-Americans’ education in South Carolina in the first half of the twentieth century, the relation between education and economic growth in the states of the U.S., the proper pricing of stock options, and the extent to which tort reform has affected health care services.... [-]

MA in Fashion Retail and Luxury Management

Campus or Online UK Full time Part time 15 months
February 2015

This programme is specifically designed for all those individuals who would like to further their retail career within an international environment. [+]

This programme is specifically designed for all those individuals who would like to further their retail career within an international environment. By merging retail and management, the course enables students to engage with more than one discipline and meet the industry expectations of the luxury sector. Students will work on the different aspects of the marketing management: from the Fashion System analysis to the study of the fashion marketing and communication techniques; from the detailed analysis of the brand management to the knowledge of the distribution scenario. Besides strategic aspects, the course allows developing the concept of fashion conceived as cultural, social and historical system characterized by different trends to be analysed and interpreted. The course delivery will be reinforced with guest speakers, trade visits and exhibition trips so that learners can develop more holistic understanding of fashion retail and luxury management. After successful completion of the programme, students will have the possibility to enrol our work placement scheme. [-]

MBA in International Marketing

Campus Spain Germany Switzerland Full time Part time 1 year
February 2015

The MBA in International Marketing major investigates the fundamental approaches to understanding markets, competitors, and portfolios of product offerings and explores the latest developments in business from an international point of view. [+]

Business, Economics and Administration Masters. MBA in International Marketing

The International Marketing MBA covers fundamental approaches of understanding markets, competitors, product portfolios and consumer behavior from an international perspective. It emphasizes current developments in e-marketing strategies and changes in advertising and the use of media. This program equips graduates with the necessary tools, skills and mindset required to be effective international marketers.

Duration: Three Terms

Start Dates: October, January, March

Locations: Barcelona, Munich, Geneva, Montreux

Teaching Language: English

Campus Exchange Programs: You can transfer to any of the four main campuses after any completed term. We also have exchange programs with a long list of other universities around the world.... [-]