In today's companies, different departments often work closely together. The traditional barriers are breaking down. That places new requirements on managers: Leading employers are looking for people who are not only experts in running the business but can also build bridges between different departmental cultures. To meet this need for interdisciplinary skills, we have developed the Master’s Program in Management. The program is built around introductory courses in law and economics and an extensive study of management, with a later specialization and project studies. The course ends with a master's thesis. The Master’s Program in Management is aimed at people with a first degree in the Natural Sciences, Mathematics, Computer Science, or engineering who wish to expand their management skills.
The program is available in two tracks: Track 1 and Track 2. Choice of track depends on the applicant's first degree. Both tracks usually take four semesters to complete.
Track 1: First degree in Engineering such as Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Civil Engineering & Surveying, Architecture, or equivalent.
Track 2: First degree in the Natural Sciences, Computer Science, Mathematics, Sports Science, or equivalent.
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