The study of strategy is fundamentally about understanding why some businesses succeed while others do not.
With this as a basis, the Strategy and Management (STR) major focuses on two sets of fundamental questions that illuminate this overarching theme in different ways:
- What creates differences in performance between businesses and industries and why do such differences persist over time, and how can firms use this knowledge to create effective strategies?
- How can firms—through leading and developing individuals, groups, and organisations—implement strategies or carry out complex change processes?
The STR major comprises two different areas of expertise/themes, “Strategic Analysis” and “Organisation and Leadership”.
- The Strategic Analysis theme examines theories, mechanisms, and practical frameworks that can be used to understand why differences in performance both between and within markets can arise, how and why such differences can persist over time, and how this affects strategic decisions in companies.
- The Organisation and Leadership theme examines the business itself, with a focus on the challenges business leaders meet when they plan to implement or deploy strategies, how one should lead and develop the business’s human resources, and how one can carry out complex organisational changes.
K1: Have updated knowledge about and an overview of theory and research on strategy, organisation and management
K2: Have in-depth knowledge of theory and research in the field of either strategy, organisation or management
K3: Have sound knowledge of empirical methods and ethics
S1: Be capable of keeping up to date with and making use of new knowledge in the field throughout their professional career
S2: Have acquired good analytical and methodological skills
S3: Have learned how to work independently on advanced problems in the field of either strategy, organisation or management
G1: Be capable of communicating and cooperating with both specialists and others on questions relating to strategy, organisation and management
G2: Have acquired knowledge about and the ability to reflect on and take account of ethical issues and social responsibility in connection with strategy, organisation and management
G3: Be capable of using knowledge about strategy, organisation and management to contribute to original thinking and innovation
- Bachelor’s degree
Admission to master’s degree studies in Norway requires Higher Education Entrance Qualification and a completed degree comparable to a Norwegian bachelor’s degree. Please refer to NOKUT (The Norwegian Agency for Quality Assurance in Education) for information about the minimum educational requirements for your country.90 ECTS must be within economics and business administration. This may include methodological subjects like statistics or mathematics, but not exclusively. 30 ECTS must be within business administration (e.g. finance, accounting, strategy, marketing, statistics, mathematics, etc.). Economics courses such as micro- or macroeconomics may not count toward the business administration requirement. This requirement is absolute and cannot be compensated by work experience, test results or other criteria.Applicants are ranked according to their grade average. Your GPA should correspond approximately to a B on the ECTS grading scale. Admission is highly competitive with only one in eight applicants being offered admission. If you are to complete your degree in the spring semester of the admission year, admission will be assessed on results up to and including the penultimate semester. If offered conditional admission based on ongoing education and final transcripts result in an unacceptable decrease in grade point average, you will be refused unconditional admission.
- GMAT or GRE
Applications not including a GMAT/GRE test by March 15 will under no circumstances be considered, unless you belong to one of the few groups exempted (see Exemptions from the GMAT-/GRE requirement below).Minimum test scores required:
- GMAT: a total score of 600 points (Programme code: 7KZ-ZK-01)
- GRE: 152 points on the quantitative reasoning section (Programme code: 0686)
Test scores must be less than five years old at the time of the application deadline and only test scores issued to NHH directly from the issuing authority are accepted.
Exemptions from the GMAT-/GRE requirement
- English language requirement
Unless you belong to one of the groups exempted (see below), you must document a good command of the English language by passing one of the three tests below:
- TOEFL – Test of English as a Foreign Language (Programme code: 0686) Minimum total score: 90 points on the internet based test, 575 points on the written test or 233 on the computer-based test
- IELTS Academic – International English Language Testing System
Minimum overall band score: 6,5
- PTE Academic – The Pearson’s Test of English. Minimum score: 62
Test scores must be less than two years old at the time of the application deadline and only test scores issued to NHH directly from the issuing authority are accepted.
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