Department

Faculty of Design & Built Environment

Study Mode

Full time

Benefits

The course aims to develop high-level leadership, management, communication and analytical skills for a career in the creative and cultural industries. The content of the course reflects current knowledge, debates and issues within the discipline encompassing 3 main dimensions/ pillars;
Core Areas:

  • Enterprise / Management Pillar
  • Research and Critical Skills Pillar
  • Design Practice Pillar

Entry Requirements

Bachelor degree in the related design field and minimum 2 years work experience, OR Bachelor degree (minimum 2:1), OR equivalent qualifications.

Intakes

September 2018 / January 2019 (First Intake)

Open Day

March (4 weeks), June (3rd week), December (first 3 weeks)

Course Overview

The MDM is designed for students who have gained a considerable degree of subject knowledge and proficiency from undergraduate studies, the experience of the workplace, or both. As stated above, our intention is to provide a challenging and rewarding programme of post-experience design management development. We do this by using an approach to study which is essentially one of critique and evaluation; using the results of current and recent research and case studies to analyse, evaluate and appraise established methods, practices or techniques. It is student-centred and makes good use of the students’ prior knowledge and experience.

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