Degree Programme in Service Innovation and Design
Laurea offers a cutting edge education in Service Innovation and Design - an ideal vehicle to create distinctive competences. The aim of the programme is to provide students with multidisciplinary knowledge in service innovation and design through advanced studies of different service theories and their implications for service innovation and design practice. The programme brings students to the forefront of recent development in the service innovation and design field by including supervised development training. Another important objective is to improve students' competences in combining academic rigour with managerial relevance when working on independent projects.
This Master’s Degree Programme in Service Innovation and Design is a 1.5 - 2.5-years, 90 ects credits professional program, which trains students from diverse backgrounds to become practicing service developers. The name of qualification and title conferred is Master of Business Administration. The programme is offered in English. The Master's studies can be completed alongside a full-time job.
The admission requirements
Applicants must have a suitable Bachelor's or Master's degree completed at a university or a university of applied sciences and at least three years (36 months) of work experience acquired after the date of graduation. Work experience must either be related to the degree you are applying for or related to the degree you have graduated from. Fluent spoken and written English skills required.
How to apply
The application for this programme
is submitted via the Studyinfo.fi application system in 2017. Please
read through the application instructions and certificate requirements
for applying available at Applying to Master's programmes.
The examination includes a written exam (3 h) and a group discussion (1 h). The written exam is partly based on prereading materials:
Design for Action by Tim Brown and Roger L. Martin, HBR 9/2015
service perspective: key managerial insights from service-dominant
(S-D) logic by Charles R. Greer, Robert R. Lusch and Stephen L. Vargo,
Organ Dyn (2016)