The Sloan MSc is a full-time, 12-month Masters degree programme.
The structure and curriculum are designed specifically for senior managers with extensive managerial and strategic experience.
The Sloan curriculum has five dimensions:
1. Key knowledge delivered through core courses.
2. Core themes of strategy, leadership and change, and globalisation.
3. Tailoring through elective choices that meet your individual interests and goals.
4. Global perspectives gained through the international assignment and the diverse class and wider School community.
5. Key skills accessed through a core skills portfolio, designed to maximise your personal and professional effectiveness across a range of capabilities necessary for successful leadership.
Developing effective leadership
This element of the programme gives you the opportunity to reflect on your career in a structured and disciplined way, and to take stock of your personal leadership aspirations and capabilities. Courses include:
Leadership Assessment - looking at interpersonal and teamwork skills.
Understanding Top Management - insight into the professional challenges and responsibilities faced by top managers.
Biography - thinking constructively about your career and life transitions by looking at the lives of others, as well as your own.
Managing People and Organisations - the knowledge and tools to lead and transform organisations through people.
The core of the Sloan timetable is concentrated between Tuesday and Thursday to give your schedule flexibility. Outside of this, you will need to set aside time for skills sessions, private study, study group meetings, careers events, guest speakers and club events.
Core courses are completed over the first seven months, and elective options can be taken from the end of the first term. Electives are run in different formats, some in single block weeks and some over 10 week terms up to the end of your programme.
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