Customise your degree, the way you want it
Explore our portfolio of 35+ electives spanning everything from Fintech to supply chain.
Offered in flexible formats on weekdays, evenings and block weeks, electives support invaluable cross-generational learning with MBA, MiF and Executive Leadership programme students.
Our elective options are updated annually. Faculty and programme material are subject to change.
Accounting risk, regulation of standards and corporate governance.Learn more Show less
Competition policy, industrial economics and economic integration.Learn more Show less
Financial regulation, corporate finance and capital markets.Learn more Show less
Decision modelling, service operations and e-business.Learn more Show less
Advertising, branding, competitive strategy, consumer behaviour, global marketing, marketing models and media.Learn more Show less
Leadership, groups, negotiations, creativity, culture and identity and business ethics.Learn more Show less
Creating value through superior competitive performance.Learn more Show less
Seven of the top ten companies in the world by market capitalisation, and the vast majority of unlisted ‘unicorn’ companies, are players in the digital economy: they sell primarily digital products (or hardware for accessing digital products), they operate with platform-based business models that give them increasing returns to scale, they have few tangible assets and they employ relatively small numbers of people.
These features make digital organisations fundamentally different to “industrial” organisations such as food manufacturers, oil & gas companies or automobile companies, who make physical products and operate in the world of decreasing returns to scale on which traditional economic theories were built.
The purpose of this course is to help students understand the differences between industrial and digital organisations, and to provide them with frameworks and practical advice for how to manage and work in digital organisations.
You must successfully complete an additional three electives if you undertake the additional term. They run in a range of formats, and as with electives during the programme- are taken with students from all programmes.
You can take a maximum of three electives during the programme, however if you undertake the additional term, you complete an additional three electives.