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The MRes (Masters of Research) in Management is a one-year full-time Masters degree intended for students who are planning to become academic researchers and teachers or consultants, and who wish to prepare for PhD study in the area of management. The MRes in Management has two purposes:
* to provide intending PhD students with a good grounding in specialist subject areas
* to provide intending PhD students with the qualitative and quantitative research skills they will need in order to undertake their research
Progressing to doctoral research
Students with an MRes can apply to undertake the PhD in Management at Lancaster University. To proceed on to the PhD programme at Lancaster University Management School, students will need to achieve the required standard (usually a distinction or close to) in their MRes in Management. They will also need to have identified a relevant supervisor(s) and gained their agreement.
You will undertake additional research training courses as part of your PhD degree. These will be determined with your supervisor.
Students will choose from modules drawn from the following specialist Masters programmes under the guidance of the Programme Director and appropriate module leaders. Usually students will choose modules from two Masters programmes.
* MA in Human Resource and Knowledge Management
* MA in Management and Consulting
* MSc in Finance
* MSc in Accounting & Financial Management
* MSc in E-Business and Innovation
* MSc in Information Technology, Management and Organisational Change
* MSc in Operational Research
What research training will I undertake?
There are 4 compulsory research training modules as follows:
MNGT 521 Management Research An Overview of Issues and Methods
MNGT 522 Searching for Information in Management Research (non-assessed)
MNGT 523 Research Design in Management
MNGT 526 Research Methods