Graduate

Graduate programmes

Get an overview of the graduate programmes offered at CBS

 
INTEREST AREAS TEACHING LANGUAGE ALPHABETICAL ORDER
Economics, Finance and Accounting
Accounting, Strategy and Control
MSc in Economics and Business Administration (cand.merc.)
By working with measurements of cost, performance and risk, you will learn to identify strategic challenges within organisations, and to design the proper course of action and incentive structures to respond to them. This understanding of numbers and their organizsational role will facilitate the implementation of company strategy and value creation.

Advanced Economics and Finance (MSc)
You will acquire an in-depth knowledge of the most recent empirical research and models in economics and finance. Through this you will learn to discuss, analyse and solve real-life problems relating to economic and financial decision-making in corporations, understand the fluctuations and drivers of financial markets, and test ideas at the forefront of academic research.

Applied Economics and Finance
MSc in Economics and Business Administration (cand.merc.)
You will understand the economic incentives that drive the company and learn the tools of finance and econometrics for financial decision making. With these skills you can provide analytical insights that enable the company to best profit from and position itself in the surrounding international and economic environment.

Finance and Investments
MSc in Economics and Business Administration (cand.merc.)
You will develop a deep understanding of the structure and workings of financial markets and financial institutions. Building on relevant quantitative and IT skills, you will learn to master state-of-the-art theoretical and empirical models for investment decisions and for the pricing and risk management of stocks, bonds, and derivative securities.

Finance and Strategic Management
MSc in Economics and Business Administration (cand.merc.)
Through an understanding of the financial tools, economic organisation and strategic processes of a company, you will learn to provide support for internal decision making, and evaluate the potential risks and outcomes of these decisions.

International Business
MSc in Economics and Business Administration (cand.merc.)
By combining qualitative research and statistics with knowledge of macroeconomic, political, cultural and financial issues, you will learn to examine the strategic choices that international and multinational corporations have to make in order to compete in the global environment.

Programmes taught in Danish
The following programmes are taught in Danish only. For more information please go to the Danish site.
Business Administration and Management Science (MSc)
Business Economics and Auditing (MSc)
Finance and Accounting - MSc in Economics and Business Administration (cand.merc.)
Marketing and Communication
Brand and Communications Management
MSc in Economics and Business Administration (cand.merc.)
Through a deep understanding of consumers’ mindsets and multiple branding perspectives you will be able to effectively build, manage and strategically position brands and plan marketing efforts. You will learn to increase and measure the value of brands and link the strategic branding decisions to the company’s market- and financial performance.


Intercultural Marketing
MA in International Business Communication
You will learn to plan marketing processes based on an understanding of intercultural differences in the global market place and their consequences for marketing and management. You will learn the principles of consumer marketing and research, and business to business marketing including relationship building. You will also develop excellent skills in English which enable you to communicate across different markets, languages and cultures.

International Marketing and Management
MSc in Economics and Business Administration (cand.merc.)
You will learn to analyse and understand the impact of strategic choices relating to marketing and management in an international context. You will get a deep understanding of the contemporary knowledge based economy This will allow you to maneuver and navigate in complex markets and help companies create and capture value.

Multicultural Communication in Organisations
MA in International Business Communication
MCO focuses on the links between communication and the organisation. It enables you to work strategically with internal communication and knowledge exchange focusing on cultural and linguistic diversity in relation to the goals, structure and values of international organisations. You will also develop excellent skills in English which enable you to communicate across different languages and cultures.

Service Management
MSc in Social Science
By taking an international approach to service management and service economics you will learn to tackle managerial issues within tourism, meetings, events, transportation and trade. Through the programme you will learn how various theories and models in service management can be applied to the industry, and acquire skills needed for the successful management within the service industry.

Strategic Market Creation
MSc in Economics and Business Administration (cand.merc.)
You will develop an innovative mindset and understand the role marketing plays in the creation of new business opportunities for a company. This will allow you to lead and manage innovation and change projects within a company’s marketing function, but also at a corporate and strategic level.

Programmes taught in Danish
The following programmes are taught in Danish only. For more information please go to the Danish site.
Business Administration and Organisational Communication (MSc)
Economics and Marketing - MSc in Economics and Business Administration (cand.merc.)
Intercultural Marketing and Spanish, German or French (cand.ling.merc.) - see the webpage of the University of Copenhagen

Business Management
Business and Development Studies
MSc in Business, Language and Culture
Business and Development Studies combines international business with a strong focus on developing countries and emerging markets. You will learn to analyse the interaction between international business and economic development as well as learn how to operate and manage activities in developing countries and emerging markets, taking into account the particular economic and cultural conditions. You will likewise work explicitly with your written academic English as well as further your oral competencies in one other language (French, German, Japanese, Mandarin or Spanish).

Diversity and Change Management
MSc in Business, Language and Culture
Diversity and Change Management gives you knowledge about work in dynamic organisations in a global environment characterised by diversity, strategic complexity, and constant change. In this concentration you will also advance your oral competences in one other language (French, German, Japanese, Mandarin or Spanish) as well as work explicitly with your written academic English.

International Business
MSc in Economics and Business Administration (cand.merc.)
By combining qualitative research and statistics with knowledge of macroeconomic, political, cultural and financial issues, you will learn to examine the strategic choices that international and multinational corporations have to make in order to compete in the global environment.

International Business and Politics (MSc)
By understanding the international, political, economic and to some extend legal dynamics that shape the world we live in, you are able to critically analyse and understand political and business dynamics and how they influence each other.

International Marketing and Management
MSc in Economics and Business Administration (cand.merc.)
You will learn to analyse and understand the impact of strategic choices relating to marketing and management in an international context. You will get a deep understanding of the contemporary knowledge based economy This will allow you to maneuver and navigate in complex markets and help companies create and capture value.

Management of Creative Business Processes
MSc in Social Science
By focusing on creative business processes in-and outside the creative industries, you will learn to navigate between the realms of business and art. Through this you will develop a managerial approach that identifies the balance between nurturing creativity and the requirements of running a successful business.

Service Management
MSc in Social Science
By taking an international approach to service management and service economics you will learn to tackle managerial issues within tourism, meetings, events, transportation and trade. Through the programme you will learn how various theories and models in service management can be applied to the industry, and acquire skills needed for the successful management within the service industry.

Strategy, Organisation and Leadership
MSc in Economics and Business Administration (cand.merc.)
You will learn to combine theoretical insight with an understanding of the practical challenges of strategy, organisation and leadership. This will give you a better understanding of management in a world of continuous change, and of how actions at individual and group level relate to the broader picture of business strategies and society at large.

Supply Chain Management
MSc in Economics and Business Administration (cand.merc.)
You will acquire an understanding of the core concepts, theories and models for strategically designing, managing and controlling global supply chains. You will learn to plan and optimsize supply chain operations, but also get the competencies of developing global supply networks and supplier relations. Through this you will be able to influence decisions on both the operational and the strategic level of business management.

Programmes taught in Danish
The following programmes are taught in Danish only. For more information please go to the Danish site.
Business Administration and Commercial Law (MSc)
Human Resource Management - MSc in Economics and Business Administration (cand.merc.)
Human Resource Management - MSc in Social Science
 IT and Information in Organisations

MSc in Business Administration and Ebusiness
E-business focuses on the opportunities that IT can provide when private and public organisations interact with their costumers, clients or stakeholders. You will learn to understand and develop IT-based concepts that match the needs of the users, but also how to implement and commercialize them. This allows you to create services, apps and other solutions that support the strategy and desired goal for both companies and society at large.

Information Management
The programme is replaced by the MSc in Business Administration and Information Systems.

IT Management and Business Economics
The programme is replaced by the MSc in Business Administration and Information Systems.

MSc in Business Administration and Information Systems
At the MSc in Business Administration and Information Systems you learn how to use information and information technology to add value to companies and organisations. You gain an understanding of how IT affects the organisational structure and financial results of a company – and how the organisational needs and economic reality creates possibilities and constraints on the IT architecture.

Programmes taught in Danish
The following programmes are taught in Danish only. For more information please go to the Danish site.
MSc in Business Administration and Management Science / cand.merc.(mat.)
Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Business Administration and Bioentrepreneurship / BBIP (MSc)
MSc in Bioentrepreneurship is a full- time two- year (four semesters) programme. You will take courses in advanced biology and learn the business tools and methods from business required to translate scientific research and patents into innovative products and viable business opportunities. Teaching draws on industry experts, high quality academic faculty, real life cases, insight into bio ventures, and a three month internship in one of Denmark’s leading life science companies.

Business Administration and Innovation in Health Care (MSc)
With a focus on the unique work context of health care organizations, students will learn to analyse health care innovations as business cases and develop actionable skills for their design and implementation. Courses draw on industry experts, high quality academic faculty and real life cases.

Management of Innovation and Business Development
MSc in Economics and Business Administration (cand.merc.)
Management of Innovation and Business Development focuses on innovation from different perspectives including strategy, project management, entrepreneurship, management control and finance.

Organisational Innovation and Entrepreneurship
MSc in Social Science
The programme focuses on how to design and manage processes of innovation and entrepreneurship at all levels in society and businesses. In a co-creative and case-based learning environment, we will uncover both the theoretical and practical aspects of managing the processes that lead to the creation, implementation, and growth of innovative new ventures. With this approach you will acquire the necessary skills to start a business, create innovations, manage change and resources, and lead others in the process of turning a new idea into a viable business.

Public Management and Social Development
MSc in Social Science
By exploring similarities and differences in contemporary challenges to the welfare of citizens in China and Europe, you will learn to manage and participate in social innovation at the interface between the public and private sectors in China as well as Europe.

Strategic Market Creation
MSc in Economics and Business Administration (cand.merc.)
You will develop an innovative mindset and understand the role marketing plays in the creation of new business opportunities for a company. This will allow you to lead and manage innovation and change projects within a company’s marketing function, but also at a corporate and strategic level.

Programmes taught in Danish
The following programmes are taught in Danish only. For more information please go to the Danish site.
Business Administration and Psychology (MSc)

Innovation in Health Care (MSc)
With a focus on the unique work context of health care organizations, students will learn to analyse health care innovations as business cases and develop actionable skills for their design and implementation. Courses draw on industry experts, high quality academic faculty and real life cases.
Organisational Development and Human Resources
Accounting, Strategy and Control
MSc in Economics and Business Administration (cand.merc.)
By working with measurements of cost, performance and risk, you will learn to identify strategic challenges within organisations, and to design the proper course of action and incentive structures to respond to them. This understanding of numbers and their organizsational role will facilitate the implementation of company strategy and value creation.

Management of Creative Business Processes
MSc in Social Science
By focusing on creative business processes in-and outside the creative industries, you will learn to navigate between the realms of business and art. Through this you will develop a managerial approach that identifies the balance between nurturing creativity and the requirements of running a successful business.

Management of Innovation and Business Development
MSc in Economics and Business Administration (cand.merc.)
Management of Innovation and Business Development focuses on innovation from different perspectives including strategy, project management, entrepreneurship, management control and finance.

MSc in Business Administration and Philosophy
The MSc in Business Administration and Philosophy develops your skills in business philosophy by combining business economics and philosophy. This combination enables you to identify and solve complex challenges in private companies as well as private and public organisations through philosophical reflection and analysis applied to business theory and practices.

Organisational Innovation and Entrepreneurship
MSc in Social Science
The programme focuses on how to design and manage processes of innovation and entrepreneurship at all levels in society and businesses. In a co-creative and case-based learning environment, we will uncover both the theoretical and practical aspects of managing the processes that lead to the creation, implementation, and growth of innovative new ventures. With this approach you will acquire the necessary skills to start a business, create innovations, manage change and resources, and lead others in the process of turning a new idea into a viable business.

Strategy, Organisation and Leadership
MSc in Economics and Business Administration (cand.merc.)
You will learn to combine theoretical insight with an understanding of the practical challenges of strategy, organisation and leadership. This will give you a better understanding of management in a world of continuous change, and of how actions at individual and group level relate to the broader picture of business strategies and society at large.

Programmes taught in Danish
The following programmes are taught in Danish only. For more information please go to the Danish site.
Business Administration and Organisational Communication (MSc)
Business Administration and Psychology (MSc)
Human Resource Management - MSc in Economics and Business Administration (cand.merc.)
Human Resource Management - MSc in Social Science
 Society, Politics and Law
International Business and Politics (MSc)
By understanding the international, political, economic and to some extend legal dynamics that shape the world we live in, you are able to critically analyse and understand political and business dynamics and how they influence each other.

MSc in Business Administration and Philosophy
The MSc in Business Administration and Philosophy develops your skills in business philosophy by combining business economics and philosophy. This combination enables you to identify and solve complex challenges in private companies as well as private and public organisations through philosophical reflection and analysis applied to business theory and practices.

Public Management and Social Development
MSc in Social Science
By exploring similarities and differences in contemporary challenges to the welfare of citizens in China and Europe, you will learn to manage and participate in social innovation at the interface between the public and private sectors in China as well as Europe.

Programmes taught in Danish
The following programmes are taught in Danish only. For more information please go to the Danish site.
American Studies - MA in International Business Communication
Business Administration and Commercial Law (MSc)
Business Economics and Auditing (MSc)
European Studies - MA in International Business Communication
Political Communication & Management - MSc in Social Science
Languages and Cultures
Business and Development Studies
MSc in Business, Language and Culture
Business and Development Studies combines international business with a strong focus on developing countries and emerging markets. You will learn to analyse the interaction between international business and economic development as well as learn how to operate and manage activities in developing countries and emerging markets, taking into account the particular economic and cultural conditions. You will likewise work explicitly with your written academic English as well as further your oral competencies in one other language (French, German, Japanese, Mandarin or Spanish).

Diversity and Change Management
MSc in Business, Language and Culture
Diversity and Change Management gives you knowledge about work in dynamic organisations in a global environment characterised by diversity, strategic complexity, and constant change. In this concentration you will also advance your oral competences in one other language (French, German, Japanese, Mandarin or Spanish) as well as work explicitly with your written academic English.

Intercultural Marketing
MA in International Business Communication
You will learn to plan marketing processes based on an understanding of intercultural differences in the global market place and their consequences for marketing and management. You will learn the principles of consumer marketing and research, and business to business marketing including relationship building. You will also develop excellent skills in English which enable you to communicate across different markets, languages and cultures.

Multicultural Communication in Organisations
MA in International Business Communication
MCO focuses on the links between communication and the organisation. It enables you to work strategically with internal communication and knowledge exchange focusing on cultural and linguistic diversity in relation to the goals, structure and values of international organisations. You will also develop excellent skills in English which enable you to communicate across different languages and cultures.

Programmes taught in Danish
The following programmes are taught in Danish only.
Intercultural Marketing and Spanish, German or French (cand.ling.merc.) - see the webpage of the University of Copenhagen

MA in International Business Communication – European Studies – offered for the last time in 2015
MA in International Business Communication – American Studies – offered for the last time in 2015

 

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