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Hone your creativity with our Design Management MA.

Our course will help you to successfully manage the entire design process and effectively utilise its power within your organisation.

Perfect for creatives, entrepreneurs and business leaders alike, this course will empower you to build a bridge between the artistic world of design and the logical world of business. You’ll improve your knowledge of the design process, innovation and thinking, and gain the strategic skills you need to push your career to the next level.

We’ve designed our MA to be flexible. You can complete the course in as little as two years or take longer if you need to (up to four years). Plus, you’ll be free to study whenever and wherever you want, while having access to great teaching and online research facilities, and be able to pay for your fees in module by module instalments, spreading the cost out over the duration of your course.

This is your Design Management course, your way.  

Got a question about the programme? Visit our course FAQs page.

Banner of design images

Have a question about the programme? Visit our course FAQ page.

 

Hone your creativity with our Design Management MA.

Our course will help you to successfully manage the entire design process and effectively utilise its power within your organisation.

Perfect for creatives, entrepreneurs and business leaders alike, this course will empower you to build a bridge between the artistic world of design and the logical world of business. You’ll improve your knowledge of the design process, innovation and thinking, and gain the strategic skills you need to push your career to the next level.

We’ve designed our MA to be flexible. You can complete the course in as little as two years or take longer if you need to (up to four years). Plus, you’ll be free to study whenever and wherever you want, while having access to great teaching and online research facilities, and be able to pay for your fees in module by module instalments, spreading the cost out over the duration of your course.

This is your Design Management course, your way.  

Got a question about the programme? Visit our course FAQs page.

Banner of design images

Have a question about the programme? Visit our course FAQ page.

 

Course Information

Level of Study
Postgraduate

Mode of Study
2 years Distance Learning

Department
Northumbria School of Design

Location
Design Building, City Campus East

City
Newcastle

Start
January, April, July or October Starts

Fee Information

Module Information

Perfect for aspirational designers, entrepreneurs and commercial leaders alike, our Design Management MA is aimed at anyone looking to hone their creativity and harness the power of design within business.

For those already working as a designer, or closely with them, this course will give you the chance to develop your knowledge of the design management cycle, your strategic thinking and your analytical skills to prepare for a more senior role.

For those in business, you’ll gain a better understanding of how design strategy, thinking and process can be applied in a commercial setting. You’ll learn how design can contribute to leadership, sustainability and social innovation within your business, and how creative thinking can help to offer solutions to problems.

Our flexible course has a recommended study time of 15-20 hours a week, making it ideal for working professionals.

Whatever your situation or goals, with us, you’ll be prepared for tomorrow.

 

 

We’ve designed this Masters in partnership with online experts to make sure you get the most flexible, most interactive and engaging experience possible.  As a distance learner, you’ll be free to study your course your way, while still benefiting from our excellent teaching and research.

The recommended study time for the course is 15-20 hours a week, and the theories and methods you will be learning each week will be applicable to your current practice.

You’ll access your learning through our eLearning portal, Blackboard Ultra. This offers 24/7 access to an extensive range of online learning materials (from online readings to videos), in-course communication tools (including discussion forums) and advice and support services. You’ll also have regular assessments to help keep you on track and access to over half a million books and e-books through our online University Library Services.

For each module, you will have a number of assessments and tasks. The format of these may vary. However, you will complete all of them through Blackboard Ultra – no need to come to campus.

You’ll also be part of a supportive and engaging online community. During each module, you’ll participate in interactive seminars with tutors, group tasks with other students and more. You’ll even have a personal Student Success Advisor on hand to support you from day one through to graduation. Whether you need pastoral guidance, help with assessments or advice about fees, they will be with you at every step.

 

 

Northumbria School of Design has an international reputation for excellence, innovation and quality in design education. We’re ranked in the top 10 for Design and Crafts in the UK (The Guardian UK University Guide, 2020) and our staff, students and graduates won over 70 national and international design and media awards, commendations and prizes in the space of one year.

Get to know some of the tutors you may be learning from below or meet the rest of the department here.

 

As a design school, we are actively engaged in helping businesses to confront the challenges of tomorrow.

Our alumni includes Apple’s Sir Jonathan Ive, principal designer of products such as the iMac and iPad. Our academic heritage, combined with our strong links with industry ‒ we work in partnership with brands such as Unilever, Microsoft, Mars and Samsung ‒ will provide an excellent foundation for your learning.

Your tutors will use their industry experience and their active research to help you make sense of the theories you explore together, demonstrating how they can be applied in real life contexts. You’ll also be free to approach tasks and assessments with your current role, and future goals, in mind. We will ensure you can benefit from your new knowledge, even before graduation.

 

 

This course was designed with your employability in mind. Our modules work together to give you a holistic view of design strategies, management and thinking so that you can successfully manage the complete design process, and harness its power within a corporate context.

You’ll also develop vital transferable skills, whether it’s being able to approach problem solving more creatively or conduct research to a Masters level.

For creatives, your new strategic design knowledge will help you to become an effective leader within the management of design, and provide a stepping stone into a more senior role in industry, such as creative director, design manager or chief design officer.  

For business people, you’ll build the creative knowhow needed to approach complex problems differently and to manage organisational growth through brand, new product and service opportunities and strategic innovation. This will help you to push your organisation to the next level of success.  

As a Northumbria student, you’ll be able to tap into our Careers and Employment Service, which offers a range of resources and support online.

Our Design School graduates go on to achieve great things - our alumni include:

  • Sir Jonathan Ive –  Chief Design Officer at Apple

  • Rob Law, MBE –  Founder of Trunki

  • Nicola Morgan – Designer at Lanvin, Paris

  • Tim Brown – Chief Executive, IDEO

 

Entry Requirements 2019/20

Standard Entry

Applicants should normally have:

A minimum of a 2:2 honours degree in design or a related discipline. Applicants with appropriate work experience and/or a relevant professional qualification will be considered.

International qualifications:

If you have studied a non UK qualification, you can see how your qualifications compare to the standard entry criteria, by selecting the country that you received the qualification in, from our country pages. Visit www.northumbria.ac.uk/yourcountry

English Language requirements:

International applicants are required to have a minimum overall IELTS (Academic) score of 6.5 with 5.5 in each component (or approved equivalent*).

*The university accepts a large number of UK and International Qualifications in place of IELTS. You can find details of acceptable tests and the required grades you will need in our English Language section. Visit www.northumbria.ac.uk/englishqualifications</</</

Entry Requirements 2020/21

Standard Entry

 

Applicants should normally have:

A minimum of a 2:2 honours degree in design or a related discipline. Applicants with appropriate work experience and/or a relevant professional qualification will be considered.

International qualifications:

If you have studied a non UK qualification, you can see how your qualifications compare to the standard entry criteria, by selecting the country that you received the qualification in, from our country pages. Visit www.northumbria.ac.uk/yourcountry

English language requirements:

International applicants are required to have a minimum overall IELTS (Academic) score of 6.5 with 5.5 in each component (or approved equivalent*).

 *The university accepts a large number of UK and International Qualifications in place of IELTS.  You can find details of acceptable tests and the required grades you will need in our English Language section. Visit www.northumbria.ac.uk/englishqualifications

Fees and Funding 2019/20 Entry

Full UK Fee: £6,990

Full EU Fee: £6,990

Full International Fee: £6,990

ADDITIONAL COSTS

There are no Additional Costs

Scholarships and Discounts

Click here for UK and EU Masters funding and scholarships information.

Click here for International Masters funding and scholarships information.

 

 

Fees and Funding 2020/21 Entry

Full UK Fee: £7,170

Full EU Fee: £7,170

Full International Fee: £7,170

ADDITIONAL COSTS

There are no Additional Costs

Scholarships and discounts

Click here for Home/EU scholarships and discounts information

Click here for International scholarships and discounts information

Our Application Process

Applying for this course is quick and easy, and can be done using our online applicant portal.

 

As part of the application process, you’ll need to upload a selection of important documents including:

  • Your Bachelor’s degree certificate
  • A copy of your degree transcript (if this was awarded in a language other than English, you’ll need an official translation too)
  • Evidence of any other postgraduate or professional qualifications
  • An updated CV/resume
  • Proof of your English Language proficiency (if English is your second language)
  • A 500 word personal statement

If you are a non standard applicant, you will also need to send us two professional / personal references on headed paper.

 

After receiving your application, our Applicant Services team will aim to respond to you as soon as possible.

 

You are advised to apply early to secure your place and organise any sponsorship, scholarships or funding.

 

Useful application advice:

Our decision making process

Application advice for disabled students

Applying as an international student

 

 

The University reserves the right at any stage to request applicants and enrolling students to provide additional information about any aspect of their application or enrolment. In the event of any student providing false or inaccurate information at any stage, and/or failing to provide additional information when requested to do so, the University further reserves the right to refuse to consider an application, to withdraw registration, rescind home fees status where applicable, and/or demand payment of any fees or monies due to the University.

 

Modules

Module information is indicative and is reviewed annually therefore may be subject to change. Applicants will be informed if there are any changes.

PE7031 -

Research for, and through, Design (Core,20 Credits)

Throughout this module you will learn theoretical concepts and principles that support research activity in the field of design and will develop a practical knowledge of advanced design research methods.

Specifically, you will study the chronological development and interrelationship of a wide range of research concepts in design and will be able to link them to relevant authors and movements. You will also learn about ethical principles and how to apply for ethical approval for your research project through University protocols.

Additionally you will gain an overview of research principles and will learn how to carry out a critical literature review, incorporating relevant citations and a list of linked references alongside developing the ability to apply research methods in the context of your own practice by creating and implementing a research plan and will be able to explain and employ:

• Primary and secondary research,
• Qualitative and Quantitative research,
• Research for design
• Research questions
• Research paper structure including abstract, conclusions and further research sections
• Exploratory research, grounded theory, appreciative enquiry.
• Semi structured interviews
• Participatory research. Research through design
• Action research method

You will also appreciate the nature, utility and limitations of data produced through different research methods.

As such, through this module you will learn to apply research principles in different contexts and domains and will be able to structure research questions and challenges relevant to your own practice and in line with your PDP. You will apply this knowledge in co-creative practice and will reflect on your experience to summarise the utility and limitations of methods employed.

More information

PE7032 -

Design Thinking (Core,20 Credits)

Throughout this module you will learn concepts and principles of design thinking delivered through investigation and application of creative leadership, innovation methods and enterprise management, these fields of knowledge are supported and informed by academic staff research specialisms.

Creative methods will enable you to frame problems from multiple perspectives and synthesise new opportunities and possibilities from interrelated factors. You will develop a practical knowledge of innovation techniques and will learn to apply these in the context of your creative leadership and enterprise management. You will learn to distinguish different forms of intellectual property rights including design rights, copyright, patents and trademarks and situate these rights in the context of an enterprise business model.

The underpinning knowledge and understanding will be applied through practical application in the context of industry or other collaborating organisation, which will help you learn effective ways of leading innovation teams.

Through this module you will additionally learn about the fields of design knowledge described above, which you will interpret relative to your own practice and in line with your PDP. You will apply this knowledge in co-creative practice and will reflect on your experience to summarise the utility and limitations of methods employed.

You will also appreciate the transferability of design thinking and will be able apply your knowledge in different contexts and domains.

More information

PE7033 -

Design Management 1: Articulating Value (Core,20 Credits)

In Design Management 1: Articulating Design Value, you will be introduced to the definitions of design management.

Specifically, you will learn about the connection design has with business success and innovation. You will also be equipped with the right knowledge around organisational structure, organisational culture and functional leadership of design.

To support your learning you will be provided with actual case studies conducted in collaboration with the industry. These case studies will give you the success stories of design’s value creation and leadership in multinationals. You will be able to articulate the design processes and activities required for multidisciplinary innovation in large and medium sized organisations.

In completing this module you will recognise the skills, competence, capabilities and knowledge that a design manager needs to make effective decisions in light of business needs. Subsequently, with guidance from staff with industry experience you will be exploring and developing your initial personal development plan (PDP).

More information

PE7034 -

Contemporary and Cultural Influences on Design (Core,20 Credits)

In this module you will learn to consider the interrelationship of a diverse range of contemporary influences on design by exploring the big issues of our time from the perspective of their social, economic, cultural, environmental, legal, political and technological perspectives. You will use the factors identified through your research to inform the creation of a broad contextual problem space for design engagement.

Additionally you will also learn about cross-cultural collaboration by applying relevant concepts from literature whilst working in multi-cultural teams to highlight good practice and to develop the skills to manage diverse teams in effective co-creation.

Whilst grounded in a literature review both these fields of knowledge are also supported and informed by academic staff research specialisms.

Through this module you will also develop your knowledge and practice around contemporary influences on design and cross cultural collaboration as described above, you will interpret this knowledge relative to your own practice and in line with your PDP. You will additionally learn to apply this knowledge in co-creative practice within different contexts and domains and will reflect on your experience to summarise the utility and limitations of methods employed.

More information

PE7035 -

Design Process (Core,20 Credits)

In this module you will learn about action research methods and will build your own action research process models and recording templates that you will apply in practice to facilitate your development as a reflective practitioner. Whilst grounded in literature review the development of your knowledge of design process will be supported and informed by academic staff with relevant research specialisms.

Specifically you will learn about design process models and will interpret these relative to your own practice and in line with your PDP. You will apply this knowledge in co-creative practice and will reflect on your experience to summarise the utility and limitations of methods employed. Furthermore, you will appreciate the transferability of design thinking and will be able apply your knowledge in different contexts and domains.

Research has demonstrated the importance of reflection as core design knowledge and numerous authors have explored the relationship of action research process and reflective design practice. In this module you will carry out a critical literature review of action research and reflective design practice and will understand the importance of the designer as an integral part of the design space.

Based on your interpretation of literature in the field you will construct an action research cycle that will include stages of planning, acting, observing and reflecting. You will use this cycle to crate an action research template (ART) and will apply this template in your practice as a planning and recording tool. Through the application of this theory in practice you will develop two strands of learning. Firstly you will learn about action research method and how this can be employed to develop your own reflection in action (a cornerstone of design process knowledge). Secondly you will engage with the aims of your PDP by addressing them in practice on a daily basis through your action research template. This process will enable you to gain insights about your own design practice and the work of others.

Note: The action research template (ART) is a key cornerstone of the programme and is applied throughout the course in conjunction with your PDP.

More information

PE7036 -

Design Management 2: Strategy (Core,20 Credits)

Design Management straddles the disciplines of Business and Design.

As such in this module you will be introduced to a strategy theory framework, and ways to analyse an organisation and its context through an understanding of the internal and external environment and use of business models.

You will also explore Design Thinking and Innovation and the need for a designedly approach in organisations.

By understanding both business and design perspectives and applying this to a case study will provide you with the opportunity to develop your understanding of design management practice and capabilities necessary to function at a more strategic level.

With guidance you will explore and develop a personal direction of research to form a proposal for your final thesis.

More information

PE7037 -

Design Management Thesis (Core,60 Credits)

In this module you will learn to advance your Research Through Design and take a directional approach to your personal design management study.

Specifically, you will develop your reflective practice and reach insights and analytical conclusions in your chosen field of study as outlined in your Personal Development Plan (PDP).

In doing so you will synthesise the learning from the first and second carousel to create a Major Design Management Thesis. This will evidence an analysis of advanced academic research, debates, and exploratory practice in the production of theories that demonstrate real world discipline specific value within an industry context.

As a postgraduate learner nearing the completion of your degree you will be expected to take an increasingly autonomous approach to your studies at this stage in developing, embedding and clarifying personally developed research themes theories and experiences that will be realised through a design thesis detailing your engagement with your PDP and reflection on your learning.

As such your thesis will evidence your advanced design practice and written communication of theories and concepts appropriate at Masters level and relevant to both your chosen pathway (as described below) and more specifically your PDP.

This module is the culmination of the MA Design Management programme, which will give you the knowledge and tools to orchestrate design thinking and process at a strategic level in organisations. You will build a meta view of transferable design knowledge that will enable you to recognise the value of design within organisations and to provide effective leadership and management of design roles. You will learn to navigate complexity, and develop your understanding of how to build and manage organisational growth through brand, new product and service opportunities and strategic innovation.

Ultimately, the module will enable you to take control of your design direction and align your own passion and motivation with the value you create for business and society. You will learn to hone your capabilities, refine the focus of your design contribution and create your ideal future professional self.

On completion you will have the skills and abilities to make a positive impact in the design industry, and the knowledge and experience to be able to make purposeful contribution to the world.

More information

Modules

Module information is indicative and is reviewed annually therefore may be subject to change. Applicants will be informed if there are any changes.

PE7031 -

Research for, and through, Design (Core,20 Credits)

Throughout this module you will learn theoretical concepts and principles that support research activity in the field of design and will develop a practical knowledge of advanced design research methods.

Specifically, you will study the chronological development and interrelationship of a wide range of research concepts in design and will be able to link them to relevant authors and movements. You will also learn about ethical principles and how to apply for ethical approval for your research project through University protocols.

Additionally you will gain an overview of research principles and will learn how to carry out a critical literature review, incorporating relevant citations and a list of linked references alongside developing the ability to apply research methods in the context of your own practice by creating and implementing a research plan and will be able to explain and employ:

• Primary and secondary research,
• Qualitative and Quantitative research,
• Research for design
• Research questions
• Research paper structure including abstract, conclusions and further research sections
• Exploratory research, grounded theory, appreciative enquiry.
• Semi structured interviews
• Participatory research. Research through design
• Action research method

You will also appreciate the nature, utility and limitations of data produced through different research methods.

As such, through this module you will learn to apply research principles in different contexts and domains and will be able to structure research questions and challenges relevant to your own practice and in line with your PDP. You will apply this knowledge in co-creative practice and will reflect on your experience to summarise the utility and limitations of methods employed.

More information

PE7032 -

Design Thinking (Core,20 Credits)

Throughout this module you will learn concepts and principles of design thinking delivered through investigation and application of creative leadership, innovation methods and enterprise management, these fields of knowledge are supported and informed by academic staff research specialisms.

Creative methods will enable you to frame problems from multiple perspectives and synthesise new opportunities and possibilities from interrelated factors. You will develop a practical knowledge of innovation techniques and will learn to apply these in the context of your creative leadership and enterprise management. You will learn to distinguish different forms of intellectual property rights including design rights, copyright, patents and trademarks and situate these rights in the context of an enterprise business model.

The underpinning knowledge and understanding will be applied through practical application in the context of industry or other collaborating organisation, which will help you learn effective ways of leading innovation teams.

Through this module you will additionally learn about the fields of design knowledge described above, which you will interpret relative to your own practice and in line with your PDP. You will apply this knowledge in co-creative practice and will reflect on your experience to summarise the utility and limitations of methods employed.

You will also appreciate the transferability of design thinking and will be able apply your knowledge in different contexts and domains.

More information

PE7033 -

Design Management 1: Articulating Value (Core,20 Credits)

In Design Management 1: Articulating Design Value, you will be introduced to the definitions of design management.

Specifically, you will learn about the connection design has with business success and innovation. You will also be equipped with the right knowledge around organisational structure, organisational culture and functional leadership of design.

To support your learning you will be provided with actual case studies conducted in collaboration with the industry. These case studies will give you the success stories of design’s value creation and leadership in multinationals. You will be able to articulate the design processes and activities required for multidisciplinary innovation in large and medium sized organisations.

In completing this module you will recognise the skills, competence, capabilities and knowledge that a design manager needs to make effective decisions in light of business needs. Subsequently, with guidance from staff with industry experience you will be exploring and developing your initial personal development plan (PDP).

More information

PE7034 -

Contemporary and Cultural Influences on Design (Core,20 Credits)

In this module you will learn to consider the interrelationship of a diverse range of contemporary influences on design by exploring the big issues of our time from the perspective of their social, economic, cultural, environmental, legal, political and technological perspectives. You will use the factors identified through your research to inform the creation of a broad contextual problem space for design engagement.

Additionally you will also learn about cross-cultural collaboration by applying relevant concepts from literature whilst working in multi-cultural teams to highlight good practice and to develop the skills to manage diverse teams in effective co-creation.

Whilst grounded in a literature review both these fields of knowledge are also supported and informed by academic staff research specialisms.

Through this module you will also develop your knowledge and practice around contemporary influences on design and cross cultural collaboration as described above, you will interpret this knowledge relative to your own practice and in line with your PDP. You will additionally learn to apply this knowledge in co-creative practice within different contexts and domains and will reflect on your experience to summarise the utility and limitations of methods employed.

More information

PE7035 -

Design Process (Core,20 Credits)

In this module you will learn about action research methods and will build your own action research process models and recording templates that you will apply in practice to facilitate your development as a reflective practitioner. Whilst grounded in literature review the development of your knowledge of design process will be supported and informed by academic staff with relevant research specialisms.

Specifically you will learn about design process models and will interpret these relative to your own practice and in line with your PDP. You will apply this knowledge in co-creative practice and will reflect on your experience to summarise the utility and limitations of methods employed. Furthermore, you will appreciate the transferability of design thinking and will be able apply your knowledge in different contexts and domains.

Research has demonstrated the importance of reflection as core design knowledge and numerous authors have explored the relationship of action research process and reflective design practice. In this module you will carry out a critical literature review of action research and reflective design practice and will understand the importance of the designer as an integral part of the design space.

Based on your interpretation of literature in the field you will construct an action research cycle that will include stages of planning, acting, observing and reflecting. You will use this cycle to crate an action research template (ART) and will apply this template in your practice as a planning and recording tool. Through the application of this theory in practice you will develop two strands of learning. Firstly you will learn about action research method and how this can be employed to develop your own reflection in action (a cornerstone of design process knowledge). Secondly you will engage with the aims of your PDP by addressing them in practice on a daily basis through your action research template. This process will enable you to gain insights about your own design practice and the work of others.

Note: The action research template (ART) is a key cornerstone of the programme and is applied throughout the course in conjunction with your PDP.

More information

PE7036 -

Design Management 2: Strategy (Core,20 Credits)

Design Management straddles the disciplines of Business and Design.

As such in this module you will be introduced to a strategy theory framework, and ways to analyse an organisation and its context through an understanding of the internal and external environment and use of business models.

You will also explore Design Thinking and Innovation and the need for a designedly approach in organisations.

By understanding both business and design perspectives and applying this to a case study will provide you with the opportunity to develop your understanding of design management practice and capabilities necessary to function at a more strategic level.

With guidance you will explore and develop a personal direction of research to form a proposal for your final thesis.

More information

PE7037 -

Design Management Thesis (Core,60 Credits)

In this module you will learn to advance your Research Through Design and take a directional approach to your personal design management study.

Specifically, you will develop your reflective practice and reach insights and analytical conclusions in your chosen field of study as outlined in your Personal Development Plan (PDP).

In doing so you will synthesise the learning from the first and second carousel to create a Major Design Management Thesis. This will evidence an analysis of advanced academic research, debates, and exploratory practice in the production of theories that demonstrate real world discipline specific value within an industry context.

As a postgraduate learner nearing the completion of your degree you will be expected to take an increasingly autonomous approach to your studies at this stage in developing, embedding and clarifying personally developed research themes theories and experiences that will be realised through a design thesis detailing your engagement with your PDP and reflection on your learning.

As such your thesis will evidence your advanced design practice and written communication of theories and concepts appropriate at Masters level and relevant to both your chosen pathway (as described below) and more specifically your PDP.

This module is the culmination of the MA Design Management programme, which will give you the knowledge and tools to orchestrate design thinking and process at a strategic level in organisations. You will build a meta view of transferable design knowledge that will enable you to recognise the value of design within organisations and to provide effective leadership and management of design roles. You will learn to navigate complexity, and develop your understanding of how to build and manage organisational growth through brand, new product and service opportunities and strategic innovation.

Ultimately, the module will enable you to take control of your design direction and align your own passion and motivation with the value you create for business and society. You will learn to hone your capabilities, refine the focus of your design contribution and create your ideal future professional self.

On completion you will have the skills and abilities to make a positive impact in the design industry, and the knowledge and experience to be able to make purposeful contribution to the world.

More information

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