MG2i Course Code: MG2I-C0663
Official Course Title: Strategic Management
The aim of this module is to develop learners’ abilities to think strategically. The unit will support the learner in analysing the business environment of an organisation. The tools that will be learnt throughout the module will help the learner to analyse the impact of the business environment on an organisation.
The unit will enable learners to gain an understanding of the different types of strategies that are available for management in order to pursue so that corporate objectives will be reached. The learner will be able not only to distinguish between the various strategies but also to make the most appropriate strategic choice that will bring an organisation in line to its business environment.
The learner will learn procedures that enable the smooth implementation of s chosen strategy within an organisation. Emphasis will be put on the role of culture and leadership. Reference will be made on the corporate social responsibility of an organisation and the importance of business ethics to ensure an effective strategic performance of a business.
The learner will be provided with opportunities to analyse organisations and their business environment. They will be provided with hands on experience in producing and analysing a strategic plan.
Business Development Executive
Structure and Assessment
Course delivery is planned to be face-to-face lessons along with practical assignments where applicable.
Duration – 30 Hours
Note: Additional hours as directed by the Lecturer need to be dedicated by way of Self-Study / Research / Assignments / Projects / Presentations / Group-Work or similar.
These may be either Home-Based Assignments or Time-Constrained Assessments, on both an Individual Basis, as well as on a Group-Level Basis according to the Units being assessed, and may also include evaluation of hands-on practice.
A Full MQF Level 4 Qualification
Applicants who do not meet all the minimum eligibility criteria, and who have attained the age of 21 years, may submit an application under the maturity clause. A Curriculum Vitae and a Motivation Letter (the latter clearly indicating what motivates the applicant to apply for this particular course) are required.
These applicants must demonstrate that they stand to benefit and show that they are able to follow the programme through an interview held for the purpose. Additionally, applicants under the maturity clause may be evaluated through an assessment.
The Admissions Department may suggest pre-eligibility courses any applicant would be required to follow before being considered eligible for this course.
Course participants may be awarded either an MCAST Certificate of Attendance or an MCAST Certificate of Achievement.
MCAST Certificate of Attendance
MCAST Certificate of Achievement