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Course Features
Language: English
3 Months
12 Lectures
Study Level: Normal
Certificate of Completion

Development Studies is about social, economic and political change. Online Students who enroll for SEMP DS will examine issues such as poverty, hunger, environment and governance around the globe. Through courses, research, and experiential learning, they will also study community development, sustainable and participatory development, colonialism, cultural beliefs, social justice, corruption and human rights. These issues are both universal and culturally situated, so they are studied at local, national and international levels.
SEMP DS covers a wide range of topics including culture, gender, communication, anthropology, geography, political science, economics, philosophy, history, religion, science and technology, which provides a broader perspective on societal problems.

Development Studies is a multidisciplinary subject, it examines the pattern, policies and theories associated with inequalities in the world development as a professional, manager, consultant, if you want to develop your individual skills in the following area, then SEMP DS is the right option for you;
• Communication
• Problem Solving
• Critical Thinking and Conceptual Skill
• Creativity
• Multidisciplinary Approach
• Research
• Self- Reflector

SEMP DS examines the problems, processes, and prospects for the development of human and material resources in what are generally thought to be the less developed areas of the world. To study comparative development effectively, one must draw upon many disciplines and construct a balanced understanding of historical and contemporary processes. Thus, studying development as a social transformation requires a blending of knowledge and perspectives from political science, economics, sociology, psychology, anthropology, geography, history, and environmental science.

The SEMP development Studies programme is designed for entry-level managers, up to mid-level managers, senior managers or directors, consultants who are in general management role or fast approaching such position and is seeking an opportunity to develop their personal skills.

Here is a list of people who can enroll for the programme:

• Non-Governmental Organizations Members(NGOs)
• International literacy Professionals
• Journalists
• Educators
• Archivist
• Business or Government Consultant
• Economic Development Advisor
• Government Relations Advisor
• Intelligence Officer
• Policy Analyst
• Public Administrations Professionals
• Public Policy Advisor

Students who successfully complete the SEMP online programme will receive a Certificate SEMP in Development Studies from the Metropolitan School of Business and Management UK.

• Learning to Learn
• Reading and Note-taking
• Researching and Avoiding Plagiarism
• Talking and Listening
• Working in Groups
• Creativity and Problem Solving
• Stress and Time Management
• Project Management
• Presentations
• Effective Essay Writing

  • Central lecture from MSBM UK
  • Live Webinars
  • Study Materials
  • Practical Business Case-studies
  • MSBM Reference
  • Course Transcript
  • SEMP Certificate from MSBM UK
  • Network with other professionals

The Special Executive Masters Programme (SEMP) is an Executive Education Programme.It is “NON CREDIT BEARING and NON DEGREE HOLDING”. The SEMP is NOT an actual Masters Programme but a trade mark of the Metropolitan School of Business and Management. The SEMP is very similar to the “MINI MBA” offered by Universities all around the world. However the modules of the SEMP programme was modelled after the regular masters programmes which allows delegates to gain a thorough knowledge of the subject. This programme cannot be use as a Masters Certificate or disguised as such as it carries no credit and cannot be used to pursue an academic PHD. However the relevancy of the certificate lies in the knowledge of the bearer to demonstrate ground knowledge of the subject the certificate was issued in, and this certificate counts towards the appropriate Continuous Professional Development (CPD).