Department of Business Administration
Dean:Dr. Jón Þór Sturluson
Email:vd@ru.is
Website:http://www.ru.is/vd
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MSc in Innovation Management - 90 ECTS
Semesters:3
Years:1
ETCS:90
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Degree titleMSc in Innovation Management
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Haustönn/Fall 2022
More infoIntroduction to Management and Business ConceptsElectiveV-700-IMBUECTS 0
More infoCreative Approaches and Entrepreneurial MindsetsCoreV-702-CREMECTS 7,5
More infoInnovation and Entrepreneurship: A field of knowledge and practiceCoreV-703-INENECTS 7,5
More infoFundamentals in Tourism and Hospitality ManagementElectiveV-704-FTHMECTS 7,5
More infoFinancial Reporting and Accounting Standards IElectiveV-705-FIR1ECTS 7,5
More infoAuditing, Auditing Standards and Ethics in Accounting and AuditingElectiveV-706-AUD1ECTS 7,5
More infoStrategic ManagementCoreV-712-STJOECTS 7,5
More infoOrganizational PsychologyElectiveV-715-ORPSECTS 7,5
More infoAdvanced Business InformaticsElectiveV-725-ABINECTS 7,5
More infoStaffing: from recruitment to terminationElectiveV-730-STRTECTS 7,5
More infoLabour lawElectiveV-731-LALAECTS 3,75
More infoChange management and leadershipElectiveV-736-CMLEECTS 7,5
More infoInternational MarketingElectiveV-736-INMAECTS 7,5
More infoFundamentals in Accounting and FinanceElectiveV-737-FAFIECTS 7,5
More infoAdvanced and digital marketingElectiveV-738-ADDMECTS 7,5
More infoEnterprise ArchitecturesElectiveV-746-ENARECTS 7,5
More infoInternshipElectiveV-748-INTEECTS 7,5
More infoInternational FinanceElectiveV-767-INTFECTS 7,5
More infoCorporate TaxationElectiveV-772-TAX1ECTS 7,5
More infoCustomer Profitability ManagementElectiveV-776-CPROECTS 7,5
More infoAdvanced Topics in Emerging TechnologiesElectiveV-795-ATETECTS 7,5
More infoPerformance ManagementElectiveV-830-PEMAECTS 3,75
More infoPortfolio ManagementElectiveV-862-PORTECTS 7,5
More infoEquity AnalysisElectiveV-863-EQUIECTS 7,5
More infoMSc ThesisElectiveV-888-THHLECTS 15
More infoResearch ProposalCoreV-898-REPRECTS 0
More infoMSc ThesisCoreV-898-THESECTS 30
More infoExchange StudiesElectiveX-699-EXCHECTS 30
Vorönn/Spring 2023
More infoGlobal Issues in Travel and TourismElectiveV-711-GLTTECTS 7,5
More infoConsumer BehaviorElectiveV-712-COBEECTS 3,75
More infoInnovation ManagementCoreV-713-INNMECTS 7,5
More infoBusiness EthicsCoreV-714-BETHECTS 3,75
More infoEntrepreneurship and Innovation in ContextCoreV-715-ENICECTS 3,75
More infoBusiness Process ManagementElectiveV-716-BPMAECTS 7,5
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SemesterSpring 2023
Level of courseN/A
Type of courseElective
PrerequisitesNo prerequisites.
ScheduleNo schedule found.
Lecturer
Oliver Müller
Content
 Tourism is the world´s largest industry.  As future managers, students will learn the value of understanding how tourism affects both travelers, businesses, and communities in complex and contentious ways throughout the world in order to make informed leadership decisions at work and in their personal travel. 
Learning outcome - Objectives
The student should have an understanding of concepts such as:
- how global tourism brings travelers, businesses, and host communities into close contact and the issues this creates;
-the presentation of western ideals and images in non-western countries and how tourism affects this;
-the political and ethical dilemmas of tourism.The student should develop the ability to apply their knowledge to:
-discuss, write and present on the issues and negative consequences of travel and tourism in the world
-discuss, write and present on how responsible travel, when planned and carried out according to ethical principles and guidelines, can be a force of change
-discuss, write and present on how tourism can introduce travelers to other cultures, improve living conditions of local residents, protect local environments, resources, and lifestyles, and build business.The student should apply their knowledge and skills to:
- inform decisions based on how travel and tourism is a major force of social, economic, cultural, and environmental change.
- document, present, and advocate for decisions based on how travel and tourism is a major force of social, economic, cultural, and environmental change.
Course assessment
 Learning activities throughout the semester lead to a final paper and presentation that synthesizes class content. Students will also create a personal ethical travel statement and responsible tourism statement for a business.
Reading material
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Teaching and learning activities
 Class content will be presented through text readings, video presentations, and class lectures. Learning activities will be student-led, rely heavily on readings, group discussions, and in-class activities.
Language of instructionEnglish
More infoFixed Income AnalysisElectiveV-716-FINCECTS 3,75
More infoImplementation of information systemsElectiveV-717-IMISECTS 3,75
More infoEntrepreneurial FinanceCoreV-733-ENTRECTS 7,5
More infoBranding and Strategic MarketingElectiveV-741-BRANECTS 7,5
More infoStrategic HRM and MetricsElectiveV-745-STRAECTS 7,5
More infoBusiness Research MethodologyCoreV-746-REMEECTS 7,5
More infoInternshipElectiveV-748-INTEECTS 7,5
More infoCases in corporate financeElectiveV-763-COR2ECTS 7,5
More infoFinancial Reporting and Accounting Standards IIElectiveV-765-FIR2ECTS 7,5
More infoApplied DerivativesElectiveV-766-APDEECTS 7,5
More infoConsolidated Financial StatementsElectiveV-767-SAREECTS 7,5
More infoBusiness Intelligence and AnalyticsElectiveV-784-REK5ECTS 7,5
More infoCorporate LawElectiveV-802-BULAECTS 7,5
More infoTourism MarketingElectiveV-840-TOMAECTS 7,5
More infoTraining and DevelopmentElectiveV-840-TRDEECTS 3,75
More infoAccounting for derivatives and other financial instrumentsElectiveV-871-AFLEECTS 7,5
More infoMSc ThesisElectiveV-888-THHLECTS 15
More infoResearch ProposalCoreV-898-REPRECTS 0
More infoMSc ThesisCoreV-898-THESECTS 30