UCL School of Management

Mathematics with Management Studies MSci

As a joint study programme (JSP) student on a “with Management” programme, you will take 25% of your degree with us. This means you will normally take 2 management modules in each year of study. 

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Year 1

Term 1 Term 2
MSIN0048 Understanding Management (core module) MSIN0003 Communication & Behaviour in Organisations (core module)

Year 2

Term 1 Term 2
MSIN0004 Accounting for Business (core module) MSIN0049 Business in a Competitive Environment (core module)

Year 3

Term 1 Term 2
MSIN0147 Strategic Project Management  (core module) – choose from group A in term 1 or group B in term 2
Choose a minimum of one option from the following:
MSIN0053 Mastering Entrepreneurship MSIN0051 Business in the Digital Age
MSIN0056 Innovation Management MSIN0052 Law for Managers*
MSIN0061 Global Marketing Strategy MSIN0144 Entrepreneurship: Theory & Practice*
MSIN0059 Managerial Accounting for Decision Making  MSIN0055 International Strategy
MSIN0027 Marketing Communications MSIN0057 Strategic Human Resource Management
MSIN0039 Corporate Financial Strategy* MSIN0028 Mergers & Valuations*
MSIN0047 Entrepreneurial Finance MSIN0029 Digital Marketing

Year 4

Two options from year 3 list. Modules with (*) are also offered at M-level. 

Note: students make extra management credits in years 2,3 and 4, subject to approval from both parent and teaching department


Attendance at all lectures and seminars is compulsory.

Students must submit all required assessment components, including ALL coursework and examinations.


Senior Teaching and Learning Administrator: Fiona Narraway (f.narraway@ucl.ac.uk)

School Tutor: Michelle Tinsley (m.tinsley@ucl.ac.uk)

Director of Studies: Dr Alan Parkinson (a.t.parkinson@ucl.ac.uk)

Location & Opening hours:

The UCL School of Management Student Office is located on the 1st floor of the Engineering Front Building.

Office opening hours are 10.00 – 16.30

Last updated Thursday, 6 September 2018