Master of Business Administration, Master's Degree
Act of Polytechnics 9.5.2003/351 20§
Before applying see the admission criteria at www.studyinfo.fi
The scope of the studies is 120 ECTS completed in 2 years partly as part-time and partly as full time studies.
Studies can also progress through the use of competencies acquired in the past or competencies acquired at work during the studies.
The mode of studies is blended and the amount of independent studying, virtual studies and sessions on campus depend on the courses. In Haaga-Helia, teaching takes place, depending on the course, either fully virtual or including meetings online or on the Pasila campus on weekday evenings from 17.40 to 20.30. At MCI, teaching takes place intensively on campus from Wednesday noon to Saturday afternoon.
The language of the studies is English
The degree curriculum includes core studies, specialisation studies, free choice studies, thesis and maturity test.
Haaga-Helia's operations are governed by the Act on Studies in Universities of Applied Science 18.12.2014/1129 (in Finnish) and Haaga-Helia's Degree Regulations.
The course assessment criteria are available in the course descriptions. More information about the course assessment is available in Haaga-Helia's Degree Regulations.
The Double Degree Programme in Business Technolgies and Management equips students with the necessary skills to excel in high-level expert, development, and managerial roles. Graduates emerge as a sought-after professionals in digital business and management, capable of crafting innovative digital solutions and spearheading digital transformations.
Compulsory studies 20 ects
Common elective studies 10 ects
Specialisation studies 55 ects
Thesis 30 ects
Free-choice studies 5 ects
The students represent various nationalities and work in organisations operating in global settings, which allows learning to take place in multicultural teams. The learning assignments mirror professional’s work in a global setting.
The programme includes a mandatory international exchange at MCI, Austria in Management, Communication and IT master's degree programme.
The courses include industry and business visitors and address the challenges of organisations and business. In addition, the thesis is a development project undertaken within an organisation.
The programme encourages students to study and work concurrently, which gives the students the opportunity to integrate real-life projects in studies. This exchange between work and study enhances the skills and competencies the students need to advance professionally.
The programme gives the students excellent qualifications for a variety of managerial and specialist positions in business and other organisations.
For example university studies (Ph.D.) or vocational teacher's programme.
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Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences
Head of the Degree Programme
Kari Hiekkanen, kari.hiekkanen(at)haaga-helia.fi