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Module title Dissertation
Module code MANG6095
Module lead

Maureen Tyler

Steve Chen

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Faculty Business, Law and Art
Academic unit Southampton Business School
Academic session first offered 201213
Credit Points ECTS 30
Level Postgraduate taught
When will the module be taught Non-Standard
Pre-requisite and/or co-requisite modules
Programmes in which the module is core
Programmes in which the module is compulsory MSc Strategy and Innovation (year 1)
MSc Corp Risk & Security Mgmt (year 2)
MSc Bus Analyt & Mgmt Sci (year 2)
Master of Business Admin (year 1)
MSc Int Banking & Fin Studies (year 2)
MSc Human Resources Management (year 2)
MSc Risk and Finance (year 2)
MSc Accounting and Management (year 1)
MSc Accounting and Finance (year 2)
MSc Bus Risk and Sec Mang FT (year 2)
MSc Supply Chn Mgmnt/Logistics (year 2)
MSc Bus. Analytics and Finance (year 1)
MSc Dgtl Bus &Entrepreneurship (year 1)
MSc Cyber-Security Risk Mangmt (year 1)
MSc Digital Marketing (year 2)
MSc Marketing Analytics (year 2)
MSc Marketing Management (year 2)
MSc Project Management (year 1)
MSc Knowledge & (year 2)
MSc Int Financial Markets (year 1)
MSc Risk Management (year 2)
MSc Finance (year 1)
MSc International Management (year 2)
MSc Global Enter. & Entrepren. (year 2)
MSc Acc & Fin (FTU Vietnam) (year 1)
MSc Leadership and CSR (year 1)
Programmes in which the module is optional MSc Bus Risk & Sec Mang PT (year 1)
MSc Corp Risk & Sec Mgmt PT (year 3)
MBA PT Guernsey (year 3)
MBA PT (year 5)
MSc Knowledge & Info System PT (year 1)
MSc Risk Management PT (year 1)
Date of last edit 1st Jan 1970 - 12:00am

Module overview

Aims and learning outcomes

Graduate Attributes

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Summary of teaching and learning methods

Summary of assessment and Feedback methods

Assessment Method Number % contribution to final mark Final assessment (✔)

Referral Method

Method of Repeat Year

Appendix: KIS hours

Contact hours for Teaching:Hours
Seminars (including sessions with outside speakers)0
Practical Classes and Workshops (including Boat work)0
Project supervision0
Demonstration Sessions0
Supervised time in studios/workshops/laboratories0
External Visits0
Summer Workshops0
Work Based Learning0
Independent studyHours
Preparation for scheduled sessions0
Follow-up work0
Wider reading or practice150
Completion of assessment task0
Placement Hours0
Year Placement0
6 Month Placement0