Keywords:
Cyber, Education Market, ICT, Innovation
Edu type:
Formal education
Location:
Nijmegen
Education:
Master (EQF 7)
Start date:
01/09/2021
Study Load:
3360 hrs
Duration:
2 years
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Description:

Many organisations struggle with societal challenges such as sustainability, health, energy, and IT security. Addressing these challenges requires knowledge in the field of natural or computer sciences but also from other disciplines, such as policy, management and innovation. Solutions for such challenges require scientists with an analytical background as well as a business and societal understanding. This Master’s specialisation will provide you with expertise in a societal challenge and the ability to speak the language of policy and business.

 

 

Master's in Science, Management and Innovation: something for you?

  • Acquire scientific knowledge in your own field and widen your scope in learning about management, innovation, policy and entrepreneurship
  • Apply this knowledge to a real-world business or policy problem
  • Study with students from various disciplines and backgrounds
  • Gain working experience outside of academia

 

What will you learn?
This specialisation will take you out of the lab and place you right in the heart of society. After the first year in which you broaden your knowledge in your scientific field, you’ll learn the skills you can use to make a direct contribution to society. This contribution can range from the creation of policies that tackle social issues to project development or market research.

 

 

Where do our graduates now work?

  • Policy officer at a government ministry or a municipality
  • Research & Development manager in a company
  • Sales manager in a company
  • Project manager at a research institute or knowledge centre.

 

Master's programmes
Science, Management and Innovation is a specialisation of mutliple Master’s programmes:

  • Biology
  • Computing Science
  • Mathematics
  • Medical Biology
  • Molecular Sciences
  • Physics and Astronomy