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Certificate in Advanced Management
Adding a Certificate in Advanced Management is a powerful way to personalize your learning experience and prepare yourself for a management position in a variety of organizations. Whether you are looking to acquire practical management fundamentals or head out in a totally new career direction, the Certificate in Advanced Management is a highly flexible development option.
Offered as an additional qualification to the MSc in Sustainable Development, Management, and Policy program the Certificate in Advanced Management provides a customizable and efficient opportunity to enhance your skills and wider knowledge. Further develop yourself as a professional in sustainability whilst gaining practical insights into general management and business administration fundamentals.
Benefits of this certificate
You gain in-depth subject knowledge of the key domains of management. Through additional courses in marketing, finance and conflict management, you will build a solid management foundation. This complements your sustainable development background and equips you with the knowledge, theories and skills for a career in various management positions.
|Module I||Management and Research Fundamentals||30|
|Module II||Sustainable Development and Policy||24|
|Module III||Professional Application of Sustainable Development||18|
|Module IV||Enrichment Courses/Certificate||18|
|Module V||Master Thesis||30|
|Module VI||Internship* (Optional)||6|
ECTS points (European Credit Transfer System – ECTS, 87/327/ECC, Official Journal no. L 166 from 25 June 1987, CELEX no. 387D0327) are allocated for each course depending on the student workload. In the schedule of studies, in addition to the numbers of hours, the corresponding ECTS points for each course are allocated.
Each ECTS credit corresponds to 25 working hours for the student.