STROME22 Strategising in Organisations
Master of Business Administration, 90 ECTS

Spring 2023


Due to the timing of optional and elective courses, credit accumulation per semester / academic year may vary.

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Compulsory Studies
(All compulsory)
RDI2HM101 Applied Design Research 5
RDI2HM102 Data Analytics 5
ORD2HM101 Evolving Organisations 5
ORD2HM104 Organisational Behaviour 5
Specialisation Studies
(All compulsory)
STR4HM101 Strategic Thinking and Growth Strategies 5
STR4HM102 Strategy in Practice 5
STR4HM103 Experimental and Engaging Strategy 5  
STR4HM105 Strategic Financial Management 5
(All compulsory)
THE7HM601 Thesis Phase 1 10
THE7HM602 Thesis Phase 2 10
THE7HM603 Thesis Phase 3 10  
Additional Advanced Competencies
(Select 20 ECTS)
COM4HM101 Strategic Brand Management 5  
LEA4HM101 Strategic Human Resources Management 5
STR4HM104 Responsible Business and Sharing Economy 5  
STR8HM101 Effective Management Team 5  
ECTS credits per period / semester / academic year 6030303030015151515151500


The extent of the Master's Degree is 90 ECTS. The degree consists of the following studies:

Compulsory studies 20 ECTS - Applied Design Research, Data Analytics, Evolving Organisations and Organisational Behaviour.

Specialisation studies 20 + 30 ECTS - Strategic Thinking and Growth Strategies, Strategy in Practice, Experimental and Engaging Strategy and Strategic Financial Management. Specialisation studies include also Master's thesis 30 ECTS.

Additional advanced competencies 20 ECTS - The following courses are recommended: Effective Management Team, Strategic Brand Management, Strategic Human Resources Management and Responsible Business and Sharing Economy.

Instead of the recommended additional advanced courses, you may choose courses from other master's level courses in Haaga-Helia or from other universities or universities of applied sciences. The courses you choose, must be clearly related to the field of the degree. Ensure from your ISP supervisor that the course you have selected can be approved to your degree.