A fast-rising Asia brings with it tremendous economic growth. It also poses the challenges of sustainability in an increasingly complex business environment that demands new knowledge, skills and expertise. It's about competing for the future, about new ideas, innovation and relevance. It demands a new generation of leaders, entrepreneurs and professionals.
The Master of Human Capital Leadership (MHCL) and the Advanced Management Programme in Human Resources Management (AMP HRM) were both designed to equip senior leaders with the know-how and acumen to meet the strategic challenges related to the “people-side of business” head-on.
Developed with insights from eminent industry leaders including veteran CFOs, CEOs board directors and partners of CPA firms, the Master of Science in CFO Leadership (MCFO) programme at SMU's School of Accountancy is a distinctive postgraduate degree programme designed to develop managers in specialist knowledge on Accounting and Finance, as well as their leadership and management skills.
SMU MPA is a graduate qualification that has received accreditation from various global professional bodies (ISCA, CPA Australia, ICAA, ICAEW, CIMA, SAC and AACSB).
Riding on Asia’s rapid growth and great expectations for continued prosperity, SMU EMBA is designed especially for the global senior leader who is interested in business innovation and growth.
With the best of both academic worlds, the Global Master of Finance dual-degree programme offers you the opportunity to study in both world-class, top-tiered universities at the Singapore Management University in Singapore and Washington University in St. Louis, U.S.
IE-SMU MBA joint degree-programme uses a blended learning methodology that allows professionals from diverse backgrounds, industries and cultures to unite in the spirit of learning, open mindedness and debate, regardless of their geographic location, travel schedules and work commitments.
SMU MAF aims to enhance practitioners’ knowledge and skills in applied finance.
SMU MBA focuses on training Asia’s next generation of business leaders who can think, decide and act in a complex environment.
Leaders know that to compete for the future and stay in the forefront, they need to innovate – or ‘evaporate’.
SMU MQF by coursework provides a pathway to equip students with the knowledge to tame the risk while staying on the top of the game.
Delivered by SMU faculty and industry practitioners, this programme offers a broad but vigorous management education.
SMU MWM is a pioneering and leading wealth management programme in Asia. It was jointly designed by SMU, Wealth Management Institute (WMI), Swiss Finance Institute (SFI), Yale University and key industry players.
Asia’s rapidly growing markets and global prominence demand that PR and Corporate Communication executives possess a broad set of management skills.
SMU MAE is designed for middle to higher-middle level industry practitioners mainly from the science, engineering, and social science backgrounds, who wish to acquire a good working knowledge of economics.
This programme provides students with knowledge, skills and hands-on experience in the development of new technologies and innovative applications...
In a competitive environment, marshalling Business Intelligence and Data Analytics on a real-time basis to make decisions, create value and develop a sustained competitive advantage is imperative.
Singapore’s increasing stature as Asia’s banking and financial hub demands a new breed of business IT professionals for a rapidly growing Financial Services sector.
The Juris Doctor (J.D.) programme is a graduate programme that leads to a first degree in law.
In this increasingly complex and highly regulated world, businesses have never been so reliant on legal specialists.
The Master of Science in Financial Economics (MSFE) degree programme is designed to prepare economists and finance professionals for the challenge of analysing...
The MTSC empowers emerging leaders from businesses, governments and civil society to team up to develop sustainable solutions to the world’s big problems, preparing students for a future of increasing complexity and scarce resources.