The Master 60 in Management Sciences at a staggered timetable, spread over two academic years, is composed of the following 4 elements:
- Courses, 7 for a total of 35 credits, introducing the main disciplines making up the management sciences;
- A 5 credit course on the principles and issues of corporate social responsibility, a core value of the Louvain School of Management;
- An in-depth study in a management field through an elective course for 5 credits;
- A final dissertation, 15 credits, consisting in the realization of two individual papers.
The evening program is spread over two years (about 30 credits per year). The courses are organised on a biennial basis (some courses are given in even years, others in odd years).
The evening course is designed to enable people engaged in professional life to follow this programme in the best conditions: staggered workload, staggered schedule, adult public referring to its experience and professional projects.