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Master of Business Administration

Programme Structure

Core module (12 credits)

Professionals across all business areas should be able to understand their own and others’ needs and behaviour in the dynamic process of leadership, as such allowing themselves and others to adapt to and thrive in changing environments. The Leadership Lab course provides you with insightful theoretical frameworks and tools in support of developing your leadership identity. Based on solid scientific knowledge, and insights on how people actually behave in various settings, the course offers workshops with practical learning experiences that help you become aware of the leadership process. In doing so, you will develop your leadership identity, skills, and behaviour through experience-based reflection. The course will increase your critical thinking, complex problem solving, creativity, coordination, culture, ethical judgment, and decision-making abilities. Leadership Lab will prepare you for leadership positions - from supervisory roles to more senior positions - across industries and domains.

Professionals across all business areas should be aware that the individual choices they make often include an ethical component. The Ethics, Responsibility and Sustainability course will prepare you for decision-making in ethical dilemma situations both at the individual as well as organisational level. You will reflect on your own underlying values and how they offer guidance when facing value conflicts. Using ethical theories and a practical decision-making framework, the course will offer you ethical evaluation and decision-making methods. You will apply these models using case studies. In addition, it is important to reflect how business and society interacts. Firms need to think about how their activities affect key challenges societies face (e.g. climate change, exhaustion of natural resources) and how society’s expectations changes with respect to what it expects from businesses (e.g. transparency, inequality, labour rights, welfare and happiness). You will learn how societies can deal with these challenges and expectations through, for example, new business models (sharing economy, purpose economy), and how organisations may respond to them.

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