With the growing complexity of digital technology and architectures, many businesses become increasingly reliant on consultants and external specialists to help them plan, implement and optimise their operations and strategies.
This specialism explores some of the latest technologies (including Big Data, artificial intelligence, Internet of Things, Blockchain, 3D printing and more), and many of the key business functions (supply chain, marketing, e-Commerce). Students will develop the skills and techniques required to deliver successful consultancy engagements.
As part of this specialism, you will be required to take a total of 90 CATs worth of modules. Three modules will be taken by all e-Business Management students (see the shared module list below) and all five modules will be taken from the specialist list (Digital Consultancy modules).
Shared modules (taken by all e-BM students)
Required modules for Digital Consultancy specialism
- Digital Consultancy*
- Emerging Technology for Business*
- Finance for e-Business
- Information Systems Management
- Supply Chain Integration
*In the process of approval. Expected for 2019/2020
Your project is worth 50% of your final grade (90 CATs) and supports you in developing your personal research skills. If you opt for the Digital Consultancy specialism, your project should focus on management or technology-related issues in companies involved digital consultancy.
Example job roles for graduates of the Digital Consultancy specialism may include:
- Digital Consultancy
- Management Consultancy
- Digital Technology Management