This course comprises core modules in management, specialist modules at the cutting edge of practice in the oil and gas industries, and an organisation-based internship, consulting project or dissertation.
All MBA students study five core management modules, four mandatory modules and an internship or project.
MBA Oil and Gas Management Modules include:
Advanced Business Practice, Sustainable Strategy – from Planning to Implementation, Leading in a Changing World, Finance, Funding and Legislative Frameworks for Success, Marketing in a Global, Age, International Environmental Law, Project Management, Integrated Emergency Management, The Impacts of Oil Production in the Developing World, Organisation Internship or Consulting Project or Dissertation.
In our consultations with business leaders and prospective MBA students, they told us how much work experience matters. Coventry University London Campus is committed to offering students a work experience opportunity for up to ten weeks.
This experience will provide an opportunity:
- For first-hand experience of the business and working culture of an organisation
- To work independently on a significant, managerial issue with your employer’s supportand academic guidance
- To create management reports for multiple stakeholders
- To build commercial awareness and understanding in the context of decision-making
- To develop more effective communication and presentation skills
- To build up a stronger set of personal and professional skills
Work experience at Coventry University London Campus can be undertaken in a variety of ways; an internship, an individual consultancy project or a group consulting project.
As an alternative to completing an internship or Consulting Project, the dissertation forms a substantial part of the overall study leading to the MBA and is an opportunity for work experience related to the in-depth study of an organisation.
The dissertation should draw on the intellectual and analytical skills and knowledge developed during the programme. The module also provides an opportunity for students to develop their interest in a particular area related to their career aspirations and to demonstrate an ability to undertake individual research.