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MSc Business & Management

MSc Business & Management

Programme Details

  • 100% online
  • 180 credit hours
  • Complete in two years
  • 9 modules
  • Core modules: 90 credits, Pathway modules: 30 credits, Dissertation: 60 credits
  • Take one seven-week module at a time: six weeks of learning and one week of assessment
  • Dissertation to show the cumulative effect of all your skills
  • Six intakes per year

To learn more about the Aston Business & Management programme, please request more info.

Admissions

To enter the online MSc Business & Management programme, you need one of the following:

  • A good UK honours degree (minimum lower second class)
  • An equivalent overseas degree recognised by Aston University

The programme requires two references with at least one from an academic referee. Applicants must also supply an official transcript of university grades to date and a completed application form.

Contact one of our Admissions Advisers at +44 808 168 5253 or by filling out the form on the page.

International Students

International students must meet English language requirements. You may be eligible for an English proficiency waiver, please contact us on +44 808 168 5253 for further information on how you can take advantage of our waiver policy.

Fees

UK/EU: £11,050
International: £16,050

Funding

Funding options are available. Learn more on our Fees and Funding page.

Accounting for Non-Financial Managers (15 Credits)

The module aims to enable students to understand and interpret a range of financial statements and other financial information used by organisational stakeholders to aid decision-making in relation to the allocation of capital.

Marketing (15 Credits)

To develop the skills and competencies necessary to critically analyse organisational marketing options.

Strategic Management (15 Credits)

The aim of the module is to introduce the main concepts and thought processes in strategic management and to enable students to analyse complex situations and make appropriate strategic recommendations.

The Economic Environment of Business (15 Credits)

This module introduces students to fundamental concepts in economics to develop an economic perspective on business decision-making in a wide range of contexts and applications.

Operations Management (15 Credits)

The module aims to provide an understanding of the role of operations management and how it contributes to business competitiveness.

Organisational Behaviour (15 Credits)

The module aims to introduce human behaviour in organisations and discuss organisational processes from the perspectives of individuals and organisations, as well as from different theoretical perspectives.

International Business (15 Credits)

International Business Pathway

The aim of this module is to provide a systematic understanding of the fundamental aspects of the global business environment that influence business decisions and behaviour.

 

International Operations (15 Credits)

International Business Pathway

The module aims to provide awareness of the range of issues that, within an international context, constitute a holistic approach to the design and management of operations systems, taking into consideration their social and environmental impacts.

 

Business Finance (15 Credits)

Finance Pathway

The module aims to introduce the key principles and challenges of financial management decisions; the characteristics of different forms of finance; and the linkages between organisations, the financial markets and financial strategy.

 

Global Finance and Financial Markets (15 Credits)

Finance Pathway

This module provides an advanced understanding of finance in a global setting and the linkages among global financial markets. It also introduces how assets are priced globally and the impacts of financial regulation on asset prices.

 

Global Business Ethics (15 Credits)

Governance Pathway

The overall aim of this module is to provide participants with the critical knowledge and skills to successfully identify and navigate global business ethics issues.

 

International Business and Company Law (15 Credits)

Governance Pathway

Upon completion of this module, students should be able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the legal frameworks in which business organisations operate, demonstrate a critical understanding of the law in relation to international business and company law, demonstrate the ability to identify legal issues and problems in factual scenar­ios, and demonstrate the ability to apply the law to problem scenarios and provide appropriately tailored advice.

 

International Marketing Management (15 Credits)

Marketing Pathway

This module aims to develop an appreciation of the special requirements for successfully conducting international marketing activities.

 

Integrated Marketing Communications (15 Credits)

Marketing Pathway

The aim of this module is to introduce and explore the key theories and concepts underlying the role of marketing communications and to develop an understanding of how a range of marketing communications tools and approaches can be practically applied to develop effective marketing communications strategies.

 

Learning and Talent Development (15 Credit

Organisational Behaviour Pathway

This module aims to raise awareness of how different management functions can be enhanced through human resource development (HRD) initiatives and how HRD relates to business strategy and effectiveness.

 

Employee Relations in Context (15 Credits)

Organisational Behaviour Pathway

The aim of this module is to critically examine the role of national and international institutions, individuals and their interests from a socio-political and economic perspective.

 

Business and Management Project (60 Credits)

Organisational Behaviour Pathway

The module aims to develop skills in defining a topic area, selecting appropriate methodologies, acquiring and critically analysing relevant data, planning a complex piece of work, and presenting a well-structured report in a format appropriate to the investigation and audience.