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Master of Management

The Master of Management (MM) programme is designed for both recently qualified graduates as well as experienced graduates from a relevant discipline, aspiring to read a higher degree programme in management. The overall aim of the MM is to develop transferable knowledge and intellectual skills of graduates, which are keys to successful general and strategic management in private or public sector organisations. The MM programme is taught in English on a full-time (one and a half years) and part-time (two – four years) basis, commencing August of each academic year.

The MBA programme is taught in English on a full-time (one and a half years) and part-time (two – four years) basis, commencing August of each academic year.


Programme Structure

The MM is offered in a variety of formats to meet students’ needs. Students can choose to undertake a structured specialisation, or read a general management programme that allows them to choose options from a range of modules, depending on its availability.

The credit requirement to graduate is 48 modular credits: 20 modular credits of five Core modules, 28 modular credits of optional modules.


Full Time Part Time

Semester 1
  • BM-5101 Management Theories and Practices
  • BM-5102 Organisational Behaviour
  • BM-5103 Accounting and Financial Management
  • BM-5104 Research Methodology
  • 1 optional module
Semester 1
  • BM-5101 Management Theories and Practices
  • BM-5102 Organisational Behaviour
  • BM-5104 Research Methodology

Semester 2
  • 4 optional modules
Semester 2
  • 2 optional modules

Semester 3
  • BM-5105 Strategic Management
  • 2 optional modules
Semester 3
  • BM-5105 Strategic Management
  • BM-5103 Accounting and Financial Management
  • 1 optional module

Semester 4
  • 2 optional modules

Semester 5
  • 2 optional modules



List Optional Modules

Optional modules may be selected from the following:


Note: Students can also take any modules offered in other master programmes (expect MBA) within the faculty as optional modules after a consultation with the programme leader/graduate coordinator


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