All MSc profiles at University of Southern Denmark share the same general competences. These are described in the curriculum. Below, you can see both the specific competences for the profile in Sports and Event Management and the general competences for a master in Economics and Business Administration.
Generel competences for MSc in Economics and Business Administration
Knowledge and understanding
The master programme Economics and Business Administration supplies knowledge which, within the focus area of the profile, is based on the highest international research within a field of study. The graduate is able to understand and, on a scientific basis, reflect on the knowledge of the field/fields of study and be able to identify scientific issues of relevance
The graduate can, in a qualified manner, select and apply scientific methods and theories for collection and analysis of quantitative and qualitative data for description and complex analysis of internal and external conditions of the firm as well as theoretical issues related to these areas.
The graduate can set up new models of analysis and solutions for problems based on the performed analyses. The graduate can communicate his/her knowledge and discuss professional and scientific issues with colleagues, management, and the surrounding society.
A MSc in Economics and Business Administration can, within the area of the profile, manage work and development situations that are complex, unpredictable and require new models for solutions. The graduate can independently initiate and implement professional and interdisciplinary cooperation and take on professional responsibility.
The graduate can independently take responsibility for own professional development and specialization.
A MSc in Economics and Business Administration allows graduates to work at solving specialist tasks within the functional areas of organizations with the public and private sectors.
Specific competences for the profile in Sports and Event Management
The focus area of the profile is management of firms within the sports and event industry. Masters with this profile has therefore expanded their knowledge within the subjects that are relevant for this: Entertainment, markets, and business, governance in sports firms, innovation management, and strategy and competition. Further, the master has knowledge about and skills in using methods which can support development of the enterprise and especially as regards market opportunities: research methodology of the social sciences and qualitative methods, project management, and quantitative market research methods. Finally, the master has gained competences in defining and establishing own learning through independent work with a seminar and the master’s thesis as well as managing and taking on responsibility in complex working situations.