Essex Business School
Postgraduate: Level 7
Thursday 03 October 2019
Friday 26 June 2020
08 November 2019
Requisites for this module
MSC N40012 Accounting,
MSC N40024 Accounting,
MSC N42012 Accounting and Finance,
MSC N42024 Accounting and Finance,
MSC N4N312 Accounting and Financial Management,
MSC N4N324 Accounting and Financial Management,
MSC N40112 Accounting and Management,
MSC N40124 Accounting and Management,
MRESN21012 Management and Organisation,
MRESN21024 Management and Organisation,
MSC N31012 Banking and Finance,
MSC N31024 Banking and Finance,
MSC N30012 Finance,
MSC N30024 Finance,
MSC N30212 Finance and Management,
MSC N30224 Finance and Management,
MA B99112 Health and Organisational Research,
MSC N30112 International Finance,
MSC N30124 International Finance,
MSC N51012 Marketing and Brand Management,
MSC N51024 Marketing and Brand Management
Your dissertation is the culmination of your Masters programme, where you apply the knowledge gained on your course to produce an extended independent piece of work. You generate an original idea, analyse literature and current knowledge and produce a coherent argument that shows your ability to relate theory to practice. Your dissertation will help you develop vital skills for the workplace, as well as the ability to analyse real problems through an academic lens. You are assigned a supervisor for the duration of your project.
To apply the knowledge gained on your course to produce an extended independent piece of work.
To generate an original idea, analyse literature and current knowledge and produce a coherent argument that shows your ability to relate theory to practice.
Your dissertation will help you develop vital skills for the workplace, as well as the ability to analyse real problems through an academic lens.
No additional information available.
Workshops, voluntary support class, independant study.
This module does not appear to have a published bibliography.
Assessment items, weightings and deadlines
|Coursework / exam
||Written Dissertation 15,000 words
100 per cent Coursework Mark
100 per cent Coursework Mark
Module supervisor and teaching staff
Dr Baboukardos, Dr Instefjord, Dr Murphy, Dr Nawosah, Prof Rao-Nicholson
Dr Patrick Reedy
The University of Hull
Reader in Organizational Behaviour
Dr Rita Kottasz
Senior Lecturer in International Business
Dr Nikolaos Papanikolaou
Senior Lecturer in Accounting & Finance
Dr Chandana Gnanapriya Alawattage
University of Aberdeen Business School
Dr Mohamed Karim Sorour
Associate Professor of Accounting/ Head of Accounting Subject
Prof Abigail Marks
University of Stirling
Professor of Work and Employment Studies
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0 hours not recorded due to opt-out by lecturer(s).
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