Search MSc Programs in Self-Improvement 2019 in England in United Kingdom
The MSc, or Master of Science, is an internationally recognized academic degree that indicates proficiency and knowledge of a given topic or field. Most MSc programs take about four years to finish, after which some join the workforce while others continue on in the classroom.
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At BPP University Business School we incorporate professional development modules into our 18-month Master's programmes, which are designed to complement your chosen care
At BPP University Business School we incorporate professional development modules into our 18-month Master's programmes, which are designed to complement your chosen career path and ultimately enhance your employability in your chosen sector.
Modules we currently offer within our Master's programmes include:
Academic Career Skills Module (30 Credits)Available with MSc Accounting and Finance
Professional Development and Practice Module (60 Credits)Available with full-time MSc Management (including Finance and Project Management streams), MSc International Marketing
Employability Skills and Academic Practice Module (60 Credits)Available with International MBA
These modules will encourage you to focus on the professional skills you will gain during your Master's programme and help you transfer your knowledge into practice. These modules give you the option to complete your final Master's project in a highly practical way, using work experience, projects or consultancy experience as the basis for your final project assessment....
These postgraduate programmes provide students with an opportunity to explore the application of theoretical concepts and the scientific rationale behind high performance
MSc/ PgCert/ PgDip Coaching Science
These postgraduate programmes provide students with an opportunity to explore the application of theoretical concepts and the scientific rationale behind high-performance coaching practice. They aim to develop innovative and progressive coaches by accessing the latest research within the field, providing practitioners with a postgraduate educational experience allowing them to continually facilitate positive outcomes alongside their athletes.
The programmes seek to recruit experienced coaches to ‘up-skill’ their knowledge as part of continuing professional development, although undergraduate students with coaching experience and career aspirations will find the programme equally valuable....