Develops essential managerial knowledge, skills and attitudes which will enable graduates to be effective and productive in the workplace. The fundamental theme of the course is managerial decision-making within the context of the manager's interpersonal and informational roles. Disciplines offered include: Commercial & Industrial Law, Enterprise Systems, Finance, Health Services Management, Hospitality & Tourism, Human Resource Management, Information Systems, Integrated Marketing Communications, International Business, Management, Leadership, Marketing, Professional Accounting, Project Management, School Management, Sport Management, Training & Development and Research.
A Bachelor degree and two years work experience OR equivalent prior learning including at least 5 years appropriate professional experience.
Master of Business Administration
This course is available for on-campus study by students with an International student visa.
Master of Business Administration students can study unitsets in the following disciplines as part of this course:
This stage equips the decision-maker with knowledge and skills required for management of a specialist area integral to the development and execution of a strategic business plan. Specialisations comprise four units which may be undertaken in the following areas. Alternatively students may choose a combination of any level 5 units or other approved postgraduate unit subject to prior approval from the Director of Graduate Studies.
* Commercial and Industrial Law
* Enterprise Systems
* Health Services Management
* Hospitality and Tourism
* Human Resource Management
* Information Systems
* Integrated Marketing Communications
* International Business
* Professional Accounting
* Project Management
* School Management
* Sport Management
* Training and Development
This course structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.
The program of 180 credit points comprises two sections:
120 credit points (8 core units) plus 60 credit points (either 4 elective units or an area of specialisation).
Core Units (120 credit points)
Core Units introduce fundamental principles in eight units of coursework during which the student will develop a comprehensive understanding of the knowledge and skills required to operate successfully the management function in both domestic and international environments.
Areas of Specialisation (60 credit points)
A range of areas of specialisation is available to enable students to tailor their MBA to their particular needs. Alternatively students may choose a combination of any level 5 units.
Unit Description Points
MBA5706 Managing Globally and Locally 15
MBA5603 Leadership and Change Management 15
MBA5707 Managing People for Performance 15
MBA5708 Business Strategy 15
Plus 60 credit points (4 units) selected from the following:
Unit Description Points
MBA5717 Business Economics 15
MBA5600 Finance for Business Decisions 15
MBA5601 Accounting for Managerial Decision Making 15
MBA5709 Information System Challenges in Management 15
MBA5704 Marketing Management 15
Plus 60 credit points (4 elective units OR an area of specialisation).