Cooperative Enterprise and Social Business Management
The University Master’s Degree in Cooperative Enterprise and Social Business Management develops skills for the overall management of cooperatives and social economy organizations in the heart of one of the most cutting-edge cooperative ecosystems in the world: the Mondragon Cooperative Experience.
This internationl Master’s degree consists of 60 ETCS credits and is 100% online, though with the option of carrying out a residency in Mondragon. The case- and challenge-based methodology encourages the practical application of skills and experiential learning.
The master offers two itineraries: the professional itinerary and the research itinerary. Choosing the research itinerary (Methodology modules: 20 ECTS), once the master's degree is finished, you will be able to carry out the doctoral thesis.
The university master's degree is directed by LANKI Institute of Co-operative Research, a benchmark in cooperative research.
You will learn through active and collaborative methodologies.
You will have a teaching team committed to your professional and personal development.
You will carry out in-depth study of the most advanced management experiences and models.
You will gain close familiarity with the Mondragon Cooperative Experience.
Reference in cooperativism A master's degree directed by the Institute of Co-operative Research LANKI, a world reference in work in favor of cooperativism and the social economy
MONDRAGON VISIT Optional 10 day immersion program to become familiar with the key points of the development of the Mondragon Cooperative Experience
Students who earn a Master’s Degree in Cooperative Enterprise and Social Business Management will develop practical skills for the comprehensive management of cooperatives and other social business companies, or for conducting research in this field.
In addition to carrying out an in-depth study of cooperative enterprise in particular, they will also be qualified for management and leadership positions in the following areas:
- Organizational participation
- Cooperative culture and team facilitation
- Intra/entrepreneurship and innovation
- Marketing and digital transformation
- Talent development
- Intercooperation. Social transformation