Master of Arts in Humanities Schellhammer Business School
The Master of Arts in Humanities at Schellhammer Business School is a challenging interdisciplinary Master of Arts programme that focuses on the study of human nature, thought, and creation – past, present and how the inevitable consequences of our actions impact the future of humanity.
Humanists were the first to start thinking about and exploring the human condition seeking answers to many human-related problems, by trying to make moral, ethical, spiritual and intellectual sense of the world.
Schellhammer Business School continues this long tradition by combining Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology, Behavioural Economics, Politics, Language, Law, Anthropology, Culture, and even Business into one programme whilst advocating, exploring and supporting a new system of beliefs, principles and solutions to the manifold issues facing humanity – overpopulation, climate change, contamination, pollution, depleting resources, gross inequality, failed economic systems, and political dogmatism.
With a strong emphasis on developing strong creative, critical and analytical thinking skills the Master of Arts in Humanities at Schellhammer Business School opens the door to careers in education, politics and is a distinct competitive advantage in a business where agility, versatility and innovation are the norm in a rapidly changing marketplace.
Series of modules, seminars and workshops covering the following topics:
- Epigenetics, Prenatal and Postnatal Human Development
- Principles of Politics and Governance
- Marketing – Illusions, Delusions and Hyperbole
- Modern Philosophical Anthropology & Ethics
- Archetypal Personal Development
- Leadership and Change Management
- Global Challenges
- Business Strategy & Management
- Organisational Behavior
- Current & Alternative Economics
- Conditioning, Consumption & Consumer Behaviour
- Cultural & Socioeconomic Analysis
- Industrial Visits
Language Classes Offered: Spanish, French, German, Italian, Chinese Mandarin, Japanese, Russian and English.
Please note that subjects offered may vary from the published list and are revised periodically to ensure maximum relevance to the related industry and business world. Language classes are based on demand (minimum of five students) per level and must be chosen prior to the start of the semester.
- Course Code: MA-200
- Course Duration: 1 academic year
- Semester 1: October / Semester 2: February
- ECTS (European Credit Transfer System): 90