Media Management is an inter-disciplinary subject based on media studies, management and organizational studies, leadership studies, media economics and innovation studies. The scope of the degree programme is 60 ECTS (European Transfer Credit System).
The program includes courses in, among other, Management and Leadership, Media Economics, Media Innovations and Digital Mediascape. Problem-solving and knowledge-production skills are developed especially in thesis work. The Master’s thesis is preferably a research report on a development project for a media organization. This organization can be the student’s employer, the student’s own company or some other organization in the media industry that the student can collaborate with. Thesis work gives the student a chance to specialize according to personal background and interests.
The scope of the degree programme is 60 ECTS (European Transfer Credit System). This includes six courses (á 5 ECTS) and your personal thesis work. Thesis work includes research seminars and substantial personal tuition from our experienced thesis supervisors. Media Management runs as part-time studies, allowing students to study alongside work. The students are supposed to graduate in two years. Those who are able to study full-time, can complete it faster.