LSBU’s MSc in Corporate Governance aims to provide students with an in depth understanding of corporate governance, from corporate, investor and stakeholder perspectives.
It also gives an understanding of management theory, a highly specialised set of board level leadership and strategic thinking skills.
The course comprises six modules (five full modules and two half modules) plus a 16,000 word dissertation.
Study for this course is offered both full time and part time at the Southwark Campus.
Entrants must usually hold a relevant honours degree (minimum 2.2) in accounting and finance, UK law, business studies or economics. Other degrees and equivalent qualifications will be considered on merit.
Those who have completed all levels of the CCAB professional examinations or all levels of CIMA examinations are also eligible.
You need to apply to join this programme with the university, and you should contact them to discuss your application. If your application is successful, you will become a student of the university. You will also need to register with us as an ICSA student in the first term / semester of your studies.
When you start the university programme, we will be in touch with you explain how you become registered as an ICSA student. If you want to find out more about this now, you can see a summary of the ICSA student and membership process.
If you are already a student and you want to register, you should: