School of Business 2019/2020


Master's Degrees - NFQ Level 9

MSc Degrees
The Business School offers a number of MSc Degrees. These are available in two different modes: Research MSc degrees where the research element accounts for the totality of the content of the programme and Taught MSc degrees (where the research element is in the form of a dedicated 20 to 30 credits module with the rest of programme consisting of taught modules).

The MSc by Research is available in the following areas (see here for Regulations governing the Degree of Master by Research):
Accounting, Economics, Finance, Food Business, Government, Management and Marketing, Management Information Systems.

The following Taught Master's Degrees are available:

MAcc (Accounting)
MSc (Business Economics)
MSc (Business Information and Analytics Systems)
MSc (Co-operative and Social Enterprise) (Online)
MSc (Co-operatives, Agri-Food and Sustainable Development)
MSc (Cyber Risk for Business)
MSc (Design and Development of Digital Business)
MSc (Digital Health)
MSc (Economic and Enterprise Development) (not on offer in 2019/20)
MSc (Economics) (not on offer in 2019/20)
MSc (Economics of Business Practice)
MSc (Finance (Asset Management))
MSc (Finance (Banking and Risk Management))
MSc (Finance (Corporate Finance))
MSc (Food Business and Innovation)
MSc (Food Security Policy and Management)
MSc (Government)
MSc (Health Economics) (not on offer in 2019/20)
MSc (Health Economics Practice)
MSc (Healthcare Leadership)
MSc (Human Resource Management)
MSc (Information Systems for Business Performance)
MSc (Innovation, Commercialisation and Entrepreneurship) (not on offer in 2019/20)
MSc (Innovation in European Business)
MSc (International Accounting Practice)
MSc (International Public Policy and Diplomacy)
MSc (Management Information and Managerial Accounting Systems)
MSc (Management and Marketing)
MSc (Project Management) (for students entering from 2019/20 onwards)
MSc (Strategic Marketing and Practice)
MSc (Supply Chain Management - Lean SCM Black Belt)

MSc Qualifying Examination

The following MComm degree is available:
MComm (Government and Public Policy)