The first year of the Master's in Management and Organizations trains management professionals with a wide range of skills who are able to take a holistic, big-picture view of organizations and who think globally. The program aims to teach students to manage the complexity, ambiguity, and uncertainty in management roles, to develop a critical stance to management, and to acquire professional knowledge and social skills. Students choose one of eight specialized tracks in the second year. It prepares students for a wide variety of roles such as project manager, consultant, program or service manager, expert, entrepreneur, or researcher, and offers excellent job placement opportunities immediately after graduation.
The objectives of this program are:
- Develop cross-disciplinary skills in management.
- Take a holistic, big-picture view of organizations.
- Know how to manage complexity, ambiguity, and uncertainty.
- Nourish their critical sensibilities, their thoughtfulness, their openness, their curiosity
- Narrow in on a desired career.
- Become a professional (in terms of knowledge, social skills, posture, and attitude, and in understanding the concrete issues at stake in the professional world).
- Types of education
- Work-based training
- ECTS Credits
- 60 credits
- No work-based training
- Type of Diploma
- Diploma from a major institution conferring the Master's degree
- Academic Year
Director of the 1st year of the Master's degree - Work-based training