PhD ModulesTo aid students in the transition to independent research and help them acquire the necessary skills, candidates are expected to complete a number of assessed taught modules during the first year of study. The School's research training programme is outlined below.
|Business & Management/Corporate Social Responsibility Pathway||Finance and Risk Pathway||Industrial Economics Pathway|
|Research Design and Philosophy||Research Design and Philosophy||Research Design and Philosophy|
|Introduction to Research Design and Data Analysis||Introduction to Research Design and Data Analysis||Introduction to Research Design and Data Analysis|
|Development Management Research||Development Management Research||Development Management Research||Topics in Advanced Econometrics||Topics in Advanced Econometrics|
|Advanced Corporate Finance||Advanced Micro-economics
|Advanced Quantitative Research Methods
Advanced Qualitative Research Methods
|Advanced Capital Market Analysis|
MRes Business and Management ModulesMRes students complete the following compulsory modules:
Autumn Semester Core Modules
Introduction to Research Methods*
Choose one module from:
Further Qualitative Research Methods*
Further Quantitative Research Methods*
Subject Specific Modules
In addition, students undertake one advanced subject-specific module worth 15 credits in either semester 1 or 2, which are related to their chosen specialist subject area of study and to be agreed by supervisors.
* Depending on student's area of research, alternative research methods modules are available for Finance/Industrial Economics students.