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MA Gender and Management is a unique programme, aimed at those wanting to explore the gendered nature of management and professional development and the way gender impacts on organisational life. An exciting and lively area of scholarship, the course brings together insights from the social and political sciences, management and organisation studies, philosophy, psychology, history, economics and law, in order to understand the dynamics of relations between women and men at work, in the past, present and future. If you choose this course, you will engage with challenging, cutting-edge ideas at the forefront of the developments within contemporary thought. The programme also includes training in research skills designed to enable you to carry out independent research both in your dissertation and future projects. The Centre for Gender Studies runs the MA Gender and Management in collaboration with the Nuffield Institute. Compulsory modules: Researching Gender Theorising Gender Critical Management Theories Theories and Models of Quality Assurance Elective modules: Managing and Evaluating Organisational Change Managerial and Leadership Ethics Assessing Managerial and Leadership Performance

MA Gender and Management is a unique programme, aimed at those wanting to explore the gendered nature of management and professional development and the way gender impacts on organisational life. An exciting and lively area of scholarship, the course brings together insights from the social and political sciences, management and organisation studies, philosophy, psychology, history, economics and...

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