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Newcastle University

E-Business MSc

Newcastle University
In Newcastle Upon Tyne ()

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Typology Postgraduate
  • Postgraduate
Description

Profile Our E-Business MSc combines leading technology with business strategies, entrepreneurship and organisational behaviour. It will prepare you to succeed in the modern business world. You will explore how companies conduct electronic business, from start-ups to multinational corporations. Newcastle's vibrant, growing business culture will support your personal development and employability prospects.      

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2018

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What you'll learn on the course

IT
E-business
Management
IT Management
Technology
Entrepreneurship

Course programme

Modules Compulsory modules

You take the following compulsory modules (60 credits):

  • NBS8263 Competing with IT
  • NBS8139 Enterprise and Entrepreneurial Management: A Critical Exploration
  • NBS8321 Strategy, Management and Information Systems
  • NBS8322 E-Business
  • NBS8323 E-Commerce Start-up

You take further compulsory modules (120 credits):

  • NBS8007 Understanding Organisations
  • NBS8011 Dissertation
  • NBS8062 Research Methods (ICE/ABC/E-Business)
  • NBS8214 Technology, Change and Innovation Management
  • NBS8325 Supply Chain Information Systems and Technology
  • NBS8519 E-Marketing

Modules might change for your year of entry.


Entry Requirements

A 2:1 honours degree, or international equivalent, in any discipline.

We will also consider your application if you have narrowly lower or non-standard qualifications and a first degree related to business, eg:

  • management
  • international business
  • marketing
  • operations
  • entrepreneurship

If you have relevant work experience in a business or technological role you are also encouraged to apply.


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