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May 18, 2020

University of Lincoln launches new online business masters programs for 2020

University of LincolnThe University of Lincoln has launched a great selection of fully online business masters courses specifically for professionals and ambitious graduates to enhance their management skills.

This new range of postgraduate programs includes a core MSc in Management course, together with four related program – MSc in Management with Human Resources; MSc in Management with Marketing; MSc in Management with Project Management; and MSc in Management with Supply Chain.

Pro Vice Chancellor and Head of Lincoln International Business School at the University of Lincoln, Dr Craig Marsh, explains, “We have a proud track record of delivering flexible distance learning programs at the University of Lincoln and this expansion of our portfolio to include five fully online Management Masters degrees builds on those expertise, underpinned by Lincoln’s renowned student experience and industry-aligned curriculum design.

He continues, “As industry needs evolve and employers demand greater specialisation from their top teams, postgraduate qualifications can set individuals apart. Our goal is to develop the business leaders, strategic thinkers and management talent of tomorrow by combining the theory and practice of business into an online learning experience that is challenging and rewarding.”

These five online business MSc programs have been designed by academics from the University's Lincoln International Business School in partnership with online education specialists Higher Ed Partners UK. They will be taught 100% online which means that students can study them at any time and from anywhere.

Find out more about online masters programs at the University of Lincoln.

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Content added on 18th May 2020. 

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