Accredited by Ulster University, the Bachelor of Science Hons Management Practice is an internationally recognised degree. The BSc is specifically designed for those wishing to advance their career and who are keen to pursue a comprehensive and practically orientated degree programme designed to enhance strategic thinking.
Delivered in block-release workshops & with online learning support over two years, the BSc is a great learning option for business professionals who want to work towards an accredited academic qualification whilst implementing immediate and practical change in their business or organisation.
Block-release workshops in The Irish Times Building have a high element of class interaction and participation encouraging students to draw upon experiential learning and shared experiences. Lecturers include academic staff from Ulster University Business School and industry practitioners. Relevant case studies and a wide selection of e-books and online materials through Ulster University's library are used to support student development.
Each module comprises one block-release workshop, with intermittent reading weeks to support learners in their coursework and assignments. Assessment is by assignment (2,500 - 3,000 words) at the end of each module which can be related to participant's own role/company to build a compelling business plan. The dissertation is 10,000 words. On successful completion of the 2 year programme, participants obtain a Bachelor of Science Hons Management Practice from Ulster University.
€3,300 per annum with an additional one off fee of €850 for APL accreditation due at the end of Year 1.
(incl. course materials & refreshments)
The Irish Times Building,
24 - 28 Tara Street,
This course is also offered on a tailored in company basis
‘Each individual's journey to success follows a unique path, but all share common goals.
The MSc in Executive Leadership with Irish Times Training is not designed to teach executives how to become leaders, but to guide professionals in unlocking their full potential.’
Tim Hynes ,
Chief Information Officer ,