Master Corporate Governance (Part Time) - Máster en Gobierno Corporativo
The role of the chartered secretary is wide ranging, stimulating and at the heart of modern business. Responsibilities range from accounting and financial management to research and business planning, from economics to human resources and from company secretaryship to general management, the latter involving all aspects of running a company. To maintain effectiveness in a constantly changing environment, chartered secretaries have to keep abreast of developments in a variety of fields. This calls for knowledge and understanding in a wide range of business disciplines such as common law, corporate governance, risk management, taxation, accounting and industrial relations. This degree therefore will expose the student to a range of business issues and problems that may require complex solutions. the programme will be challenging and will meet the requirements of the ICSA professional qualification. The degree also introduces students to key leadership issues critical in the development of organisational strategy.
Applicants should have a undergraduate degree or a Postgraduate Diploma in a relevant subject obtained from a UK university; equivalent degree or Postgraduate Diploma from a recognised university abroad; or professional qualifications such as ACA, ACCA, CIMA, AIB, ACII etc, if they are obtained by examination.
This programme of study is designed specifically for those that hold a finance, accounting, law or business qualification at undergraduate level and who wish to develop knowledge and/or pursue a career as a chartered secretary or in a related field
he MSc Corporate Governance and Leadership provides students with a global perspective on these two key areas of fundamental importance to businesses and society globally. This programme is designed to provide a sound understanding of corporate governance and leadership from corporate, investor and stakeholder perspectives. The programme is also benchmarked against the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and on completion graduates will be eligible for the award of Grad ICSA. (Individuals are responsible for paying any professional membership or other administrative fees). This therefore defines the course and content details of the modules.
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Corporate Social Responsibility and Governance
Applied and Corporate Law
Financial and Business Strategy
Corporate Secretarial Practice
Global Financial Strategy
Excellent career opportunities exist. Chartered Secretaries work in a number of different careers and across a variety of sectors including corporate, not-for-profit and charity. Some work as company secretaries for FTSE100 companies and others have roles such as chief executive, chairman, in-house counsel, director of legal services or finance director or they work in private practice offering business and legal services.