The course assists students to understand management processes in organisations in the private and public sectors. Students acquire a deeper knowledge of theoretical, conceptual and ethical issues applying to business processes. They are able to analyse, evaluate and justify business processes in a changing environment.
The Graduate Diploma in Business Administration is a short introductory course in business.
Students may exit from the Master of Business Administration with the Graduate Diploma in Business Administration.
* Accounting firms
* Computer hardware and software
* Employment relations
* Financial management
* Human resource management
* International trade and investment
* Marketing management
* Marketing research
* Personal investment
* Policy administration
* Retailing and wholesaling
Pathways to further study
Specialist strands in the Master of Business Administration and Master of Business Administration (Advanced) are available in accounting, e-commerce, information systems, international business, marketing, people management and sports management.
The Master of Business Administration (Accounting) provides the opportunity for more in-depth study in accounting and to this end is specifically aimed at meeting professional accreditation requirements for its graduates.
The Master of Business Administration (Advanced) seeks to give students the opportunity to develop these attributes to a greater depth and breadth. The extended course structure allows students to choose to study over a broad range of business administration disciplines in addition to a major specialisation, or it allows them to pursue a second specialisation.