Other sections in Organisation, Work and Technology:
Interdisciplinary Masters which take a challenging look at how different factors and forces impact on organisational life.
The three full-time Masters courses offered by the Department of Organisation, Work and Technology reflect different aspects of the Department's interdisciplinary areas of focus. In all cases, the courses draw on the latest research being undertaken by staff and encourage a very reflective, and critical, approach to contemporary management and organisational practices.
A few of the reasons why Lancaster stands out from the rest.
The courses reflect different aspects of the Department's interdisciplinary areas of focus.
Teaching is informed by our latest research.
Our MSc Human Resource Management is accredited by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).
Find out more about our Masters courses.
Focuses on how changes in organisations, culture and the international economy affect 21st century ways of working, managing and organising.
Provides the analytical knowledge and practical skills essential for managing and analysing information technology and IT-induced change.
Drawing on ideas from different disciplines, this degree offers a deeper understanding of the socio-political world and strategies for managing within it.