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International Technology Management

Module Requirements for International Technology Management

Candidates for the MSc will be required to take 180 credits overall to include modules equivalent to at least 50 credits from the “Value Creation, Development and Technology” List, and at least 10 credits from the “International Business” List, and at least 40 credits from the “Business Operations” and “International Business” Lists combined, as well as a dissertation project.

Candidates for the Postgraduate Diploma will be required to take either 120 module credits, with at least 50 credits from the “Value Creation, Development and Technology” List, and at least 10 credits from the “International Business” List, and at least 40 credits from the “Business Operations” and “International Business” Lists combined, OR pass 60 module credits with at least 20 credits from the “Value Creation, Development and Technology” List, 10 credits from the “International Business” List, and 10 credits from the “Business Operations” and “International Business” Lists combined as well as a dissertation project considered by an Exam Board to be a pass at Postgraduate Diploma level.

Candidates for the Postgraduate Certificate will be required to pass 60 credits, with at least 20 credits from the “Value Creation, Development and Technology” List, 10 credits from the “International Business” List, and 10 credits from the “Business Operations” and “International Business” Lists combined.

Candidates for the Postgraduate Award will be required to pass 30 credits, with at least 10 credits from the “Value Creation, Development and Technology” List, and 10 credits from the “International Business” List.

All candidates are required to pass any modules indicated as ‘essential core’.