Global Management of Social Issues careers and subsequent Master's programs
During the Bachelor's program Global Management of Social Issues, you focus on managing and organizing people and teams that deal with 'wicked problems'. After graduation, you can deal with ‘wicked problems’ while taking different cultures in consideration. You know what the organizational solutions are to solve these problems. With the Bachelor's program you have extensive career opportunities, depending on your interests and specialization.
Possible jobs Global Management of Social Issues
Most students choose to do a Master's program after obtaining their Bachelor's degree. With Global Management of Social Issues, you're prepared for an international career abroad or at an international organization in your home country. You could find work as a consultant or a human resource manager in an international organization, creating the most competent teams to solve complex problems. You could also work at a fund-raiser or introduce sustainable practices in supply chains.
What can you do with a Global Management of Social Issues degree?
As an impact consultant, you support companies in minimizing negative, and maximizing positive impact on people and the environment. With your knowledge about sustainability and sustainable development goals, you can help organizations draw up and measure sustainability and impact strategies. You could work for international companies, from multinationals and social impact companies, to non-profit organizations and the public sector.
A Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) officer formulates the corporate social responsibility policy, spread it, and support management in implementing it. You ensure that the company focuses on improving the environment, creating better working conditions for employees or publicly supporting a good cause.
As a Social Entrepreneur, you are mainly concerned with creating a social impact, such as working on sustainability and social development. You look beyond profit, and are aware of your action's consequences on a social level.
Graduates found work at Doctors Without Borders, Greenpeace, the Red Cross, Philips, KLM, Rabobank, Ahold, PwC, and Unicef.
Subsequent Master's programs Global Management of Social Issues
After getting your Bachelor's degree, you could start looking for a job, but you will significantly improve your chances by doing a Master's program. With Global Management of Social Issues, you have a wide range of Tilburg University Master's programs to choose from. Some Master's programs require you to take certain courses during your Bachelor's program in order to be admitted. Make sure to check the application and admission page of the Master's program of your choice. With your Bachelor's degree, you will have access to the following Master's programs at Tilburg University:
Politics, Policy and Societal Development
Become an expert in sustainable development in an international context by addressing global societal challenges. You acquire a macro- and meso-level perspective on sustainable development with a focus on social and economic drivers and motives.
Organizing for Global Social Challenges
Become an expert in sustainable development in an international context, by addressing global societal challenges such as poverty, inequality, migration, climate change, environmental degradation, or humanitarian interventions after a natural disaster.
Health, Wellbeing and Society
Become a specialist in the fields of healthcare policy, societal resilience, and health and wellbeing. The focus of this Master's Program is to understand how to create resilient and healthy people and communities, which can adapt to changing conditions that may influence their health and wellbeing.
Human Resource Studies
Become a human resources expert, specialized in the relationship between work, well-being, and performance. You look for the ideal balance between organizational performance and employee interest.
Organization and Management Studies
Learn how to diagnose organizational problems such as inefficient communication between departments, formulate research-based solutions for these problems, communicate these effectively with relevant stakeholders, and manage the implementation processes.
Public Governance (Bestuurskunde): Public Administration, Economics and Law (MSc)
Combine the disciplines of public administration, law and economics in our Master's program in Public Governance to act on multi-level and multi-actor governance issues that require creative solutions. Become an elite strategical force, in the Netherlands or abroad.
Organizing and Managing Digital Transformation
Gain an understanding of the dynamic relationship between digital technologies and organizations. In the track Organizing and Managing Digital Transformation, you study how organizations respond, adjust, and navigate technological transformations from multiple perspectives. You will also learn how to advise organizations facing these challenges.
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