Online Master of Business Administration (online MBA)
The Master of Business Administration (MBA) is the most coveted and internationally recognised postgraduate management degree in the world, and there's a good reason why. It is widely recognised as a passport to a successful management career, enabling managers with a functionalist role to take on a more senior, strategic position, and empowering senior managers to gain the in-depth, strategic knowledge they need to climb even higher.
Here at Nottingham Business School, we are proud to have developed an innovative and rigorous Online MBA, rich in real-world experiences, international perspectives and opportunities to personalise your learning around your ambitions. Significantly strengthening your management knowledge, leadership capabilities and understanding of global business.
Online MBA Fast Track
The Online MBA and MBA with Data Analytics take 36 months to complete. The Online MBA Fast Track option now allows students to study two modules simultaneously enabling them to complete the course in 18 months. Using the same course content as the core MBA, the Online MBA Fast Track can be completed in less time helping you to develop your strategic business skills in an increasingly competitive global business environment.
Why study for an Online MBA degree?
The Online MBA will prepare you for a wide range of challenges inherent in managing organisations, enabling you to see the interconnectedness of your actions. Whichever you choose, you will acquire the knowledge you need to work effectively at a senior, strategic management level, empowering organisations to achieve their objectives. The course will allow you to strengthen your management knowledge and understanding of global business models as well as knowledge of contemporary issues and frameworks.
Data Analytics Specialism
This specialism addresses the growing area of data science and science management. You'll explore methods and techniques that enable identification of data to answer strategically important questions. You'll review organisational infrastructures for capturing and managing large volumes of data, and identify database and cloud-based technologies that enhance it. Finally, you'll explore issues such as ethics, privacy, and security.
The course will equip students with the ability to address the gap many organisations have when it comes to managing big data