The master's degree programme has been the fastest growing programme in business administration since its inception in 1997. The School of Business now offers six M.Sc. and one M.A. degree programme. The faculty also offers an M.Acc. degree programme in accounting and auditing. The MBA programme has been offered since 2000 and received the AMBA accreditation in 2014.
The School of Business strives to ensure that graduate studies at the faculty are comparable on an international scale, and take into account the needs of the Icelandic professional sector. Collaboration with Icelandic enterprises has resulted in excellent projects carried out by students, both in relation to specific courses and as larger research projects for dissertations.
The School of Business offers two courses taught in English for international students at graduate level. When you click the links below the descriptions come up in Icelandic, to view the english description you need to press the English flag in the right hand corner:
Environment and Natural Resources is an interdisciplinary graduate programme which offers the two following courses that are also an option for students at the School of Business.
The master´s programmes are all taught in Icelandic at the moment.
However, information about the programmes are available in english on the links below. When you click the links the descriptions come up in Icelandic, to view the english description you need to press the English flag in the right hand corner.
- Business Finance, MS, 90 ECTS
- Finance, M.Fin., 90 ECTS
- Human Resource Management, MS, 90 ECTS
- Marketing and International Business, MS, 90 ECTS
- Innovation and Entrepreneurship, MS, 90 ECTS
- Accounting, M.Acc., 90 ECTS or 120 ECTS
- Tax Law and Accounting, MA, 90 or 120 ECTS
- Strategic Management, MS, 90 ECTS
- Project Management, MS, 90 ECTS
- Business Administration, MS, 90 ECTS
- Service Management, MS, 90 ECTS
- MBA programme in Business Administration
The School of Business offers a PhD program in Business Administration and related areas, primarily based on independent research by a doctoral candidate under the supervision of one or more faculty members.