View MSc Programs in Leadership in Netherlands 2019
The study of leadership incorporates a variety of different disciplines, including psychology, history, management, communication, and political science. The goal is to cultivate the skills that students can use to become leaders in a community, organization, or corporation during their careers.
The MSc in Business Administration aims to be the gateway for ambitious students with an entrepreneurial, global mindset to an international career in business. You will
The MSc in Business Administration aims to be the gateway for ambitious students with an entrepreneurial, global mindset to an international career in business. You will gain a deep understanding of management in one of the seven specialisations you can choose from. You will be challenged to solve real-life cases presented by our corporate partners.
Leadership and Management
The Leadership and Management track is one of seven possible specialisation tracks in the Business Administration Master’s programme. Upon completion, you will be ready to enter the labour market with a solid theoretical and practical understanding of leadership and management. You will have the skills to affect organisational, team and individual performance as well as personal ambitions and wellbeing....
This Master’s programme will give you everything you need to become an expert coordinator of ICT, people and organisations.
A good computer system is one thing, but a system that meets its users’ needs is another. This Master’s programme will give you everything you need to become an expert coordinator of ICT, people and organisations. The Netherlands is the European leader in information science. By providing excellent training in a stimulating research environment, Radboud University is thus a leader among leaders, producing graduates who ensure that good software is also usable software.
Programme This programme is structured as follows:
Mandatory courses, including information science, business rules, security in organisations, research methods, information and science, philosophy (30 EC)
Specialisation courses (6 EC)
Elective courses (6 EC)
Master’s thesis (18 EC)