This 120-credit Master’s degree in Management offers future graduates management training through courses in finance, marketing, accounting, law, etc., as well as in highly sought-after disciplines on the job market, such as auditing, entrepreneurship, etc. The teaching focus includes teacher training and is the qualification required to teach in secondary education in the Wallonia-Brussels Federation.
The 120-credit Master’s degree in Management (Teaching focus) is taught in the evenings and at weekends, and is accessible to students with a Bachelor’s in Management, a Bachelor’s in Economics and Management, or a Bachelor’s in Business Engineering, or an equivalent qualification.
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Some students will have to take extra courses beforehand in order to have the pre-requisites necessary for the course.
Students with a Bachelor’s in Management or Economics and Management can also register on the Master’s course. Students who have graduated from another type of higher education institution with a Bachelor’s or a Master’s degree can also apply for this Master’s programme.
Certain courses are taught in English.
Program and structure
In addition to the core curriculum (financial management, advanced marketing, statistical and econometric methods in management, languages, strategic management, etc.), students must choose options from among the courses in the various fields of management (banking and insurance, finance, auditing, market and consumer analysis, company law and governance, and work placements).
Students also take teaching-specific courses worth a total of 30 credits spread over the two blocks. These courses will enable students to acquire pedagogical, practical and transversal skills. With regard to practical skills, these will be developed mainly through placements in schools (preparing for school life, teaching, and shadowing).
Distribution of Credits
The Master’s in Management (teaching focus) is composed of a core curriculum of 30 credits in block 1 and 30 credits in block 2 (including the dissertation). It also includes 30 elective credits (20 credits in block 1 and 10 credits in block 2). There are also 30 credits of teacher training courses (10 credits in block 1 and 20 credits in block 2).
The programme description defines the expected learning outcomes, i.e. what the student should know, understand and be able to achieve by the end of a learning activity, a teaching unit or a study cycle (Bachelor's, Master's, etc.). Learning outcomes are defined in terms of knowledge, expertise and soft skills.
At the end of the Master's, students will be able to:
- Mobilise expertise in at least one area of management.
- Communicate and present original work in a professional manner both orally and in writing.
- Act in an international and multicultural context.
- Collaborate within a team and exercise leadership.
- Prioritise responsible management practices.
- Actively and effectively master knowledge in the different areas of management and use them effectively in a professional context.
- Be independent and regularly adapt to new contexts.
- Understand the interactions between the company and its socio-economic environment
- Adequately interpret situations inside and outside the classroom by applying knowledge of humanities
- Adapt to different school audiences by applying knowledge of humanities
- Maintain effective partnerships with the institution, colleagues and parents
- Fully grasp legal documents in order to exercise the profession appropriately
- Fully grasp the disciplinary and interdisciplinary knowledge that justifies their teaching activities
- Understand the disciplinary teaching methods which guide the teaching process
- Apply a broad general culture in order to stimulate pupils' interest in the cultural world
- Further develop interpersonal skills linked to the demands of the profession
- Measure the ethical issues linked to their daily practice
- Work in teams with their teacher colleagues
- Design, test, evaluate and regulate teaching methods
- Plan, manage and evaluate learning situations
- Present information in a neutral and unbiased manner
- Fully grasp the language of instruction, both orally and in writing
- Maintain a critical and autonomous relationship with scientific information
- Reflect on their own practice
All courses offered by the Warocqué School of Business and Economics (FWEG) provide varied opportunities for their graduates. Our students acquire expertise in a wide range of functions related to organisation, administration, business management, finance, human resources, research and analysis. This expertise can be used both in private companies and in public bodies and institutions, both in Belgium and abroad.