Masters of Science (MSc) in Product Management

Masters of Science (MSc) in Product Management
Start Date30th September 2019
Course CodeSS19-12
VenueTU Dublin, Dublin 8
Full Fee
Duration1 Year P/T
LocationTU Dublin
Network Member Subsidised Fee€3,000.00
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Programme Overview
The MSc in Product Management allows graduates of the Postgraduate Diploma to continue their study for a further year and attain a Master’s of Science Award. The M.Sc. in Product Management is delivered over a nine month period and consists of three core modules and a thesis. Taught modules are delivered between January and May with thesis submission in September.

While the postgraduate diploma focuses on functional analysis and action through best practice, the master’s curriculum builds on that foundation leveraging strategic thinking and critical reflection. It involves a significant degree of self-directed learning.
Course Objectives and Learning Outcomes

The MSc product management track offers participants the opportunity to:

  • Gain a senior management perspective of how strategic management, organisational and business concepts apply in a global product context.
  • Match a thorough understanding of market needs and wants to the way in which products are selected, built, productised and sold
  • Study the processes that lead to success or failure in global product initiatives
  • Determine the research process needed to generate robust primary data to drive business results
  • Gain an understanding of the main analytical tools, techniques and conceptual frameworks available for strategic product management and effective decision making.
Who should attend
This programme is only open to graduates of the Technology Ireland Software Skillnet / TU Dublin Postgraduate Diploma in Product Management.
Course Content

International Strategic Management

  • Advance your understanding of global strategy development and implementation.
  • Evaluate strategic choices in the multinational and small business contexts.

Strategic Management of Technology

  • Learn about decisions and processes that help to generate, develop and deliver technology in line with company strategy and growth objectives.
  • Review company-level best and next practice.

Business Research Methods

  • Develop approaches for systematic enquiry and analytical rigour in product management.
  • Reinforce your ability to test and generate theory through empirical research.
  • Enhance problem solving and decision making skills.


  • The thesis offers the opportunity to consolidate programme learning. Leveraging the company context, it delivers impact through targeted engagement with product management theory and practice.