Organisational Change And Management

Learn to manage change and create a thriving organisational culture.

In this short course, you will learn to plan and carry forward system-wide change programmes, while developing an appreciation of the dynamics of working organisations in a rapidly evolving business environment. 

The module will focus on two key areas:
  • Organisational Behaviour 
Examine the impact of the attitudes, perception and motivation of an organisation, gain an insight into the role of leadership, and learn to manage transformational change.  
  • Managerial Process and Skills
Develop your skills in people management, including corporate social responsibility. 

Entry requirements

Students will usually have a relevant undergraduate degree, but lesser qualifications and/or relevant work experience will be considered on an individual basis. Applicants must be a Scottish or EU resident to be eligible for this funded intake. 

A limited number of places are available with full funding from the Scottish Funding Council, to support applicants from Scotland and the EU.

Start date 

Due to overwhelming demand, we have now filled all available places for May entry.

Be the first to hear about any future intake by registering your interest below.

How you’ll be taught and assessed

You’ll be taught online via our easy-to-access online portal and study at your own pace over 14 weeks. You’ll require a minimum of 10 hours of study per week during the course, made up of online learning and independent study, which you can fit flexibly around your commitments.  You’ll also have access to a virtual discussion board, and there are weekly ‘Live Academic Support Sessions’ where you can ask any questions you have and get expert support.

You’ll also complete two types of assessment (multiple choice questions at the end of each unit, worth 10%, and a written report worth 90%, submitted in week 14) to complete the course.

If you have any enquiries, please get in touch with our student recruitment team studentrecruitment@napier.ac.uk

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