Diversity and Change Management

Career

 

What gets you the job?

The concentration equips students with the theoretical and practical skills necessary to perform collaborative work on diverse teams, to lead and manage challenging projects, to provide consulting and analysis of strategic opportunities, and to participate in the leading and managing of organizational change.

Career opportunities

Graduates of this program will likely develop careers as consultants, as project managers and administrators, or as line managers in different industries and contexts. They are as likely to work in small and medium sized organizations as in large companies, and are equally likely to find non-profit or public sector work. Their responsibilities will include planning and executing projects; leading and integrating employees from diverse settings into the workplace; undertaking assignments in diverse international contexts; participating in change projects or other HR initiatives; and providing market and customer analysis, business plans and marketing proposals. The study programme will provide students with a broad base of generalist knowledge as well as a versatile skill set to prepare them to work on the edge of local and global contexts characterized by complexity and change.

Academic profile 

In the academic profile you can find more information about the various competences you achieve on the programme:  Competence profile for DCM

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