MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (International Management) - CRICOS CODE – 053020B
PROGRAM OBJECTIVES & OVERVIEW
The course will provide students with theoretical and practical concepts of management. The MBA’s general orientation prepares students for roles in general management and in addition provides a choice of specialised functions. The emphasis is on developing a sound working knowledge of core disciplines and the analytical skills necessary to understand and direct the work of other functional and operational specialists.
The main aim is to produce an impressive group of individuals who demonstrate a commitment to lead effectively, to exercise their strong interpersonal skills and to continually develop their managerial potential.
The MBA offered by the School of Business targets applicants seeking the intrinsic reward of knowing their work makes a difference to the well being of their organisation and its stakeholders.
The program consists of 6 core units, 1 capstone unit, 1 international management unit, the remaining elective units.
In addition to providing economically competitive, market attractive and educationally robust management education, the course is designed to enable students to:
Develop high potential individuals capable of serving the advanced management needs of local, national and global enterprises.
Develop knowledge and competencies for operational and strategic perspectives.
Acquire a sound working knowledge of the core disciplines of business supplemented by an in-depth study of an advanced international specialisation.
Develop the conceptual frameworks and skills of critical analysis applicable to entrepreneurial operations in a global economy.
Add to the momentum of a business career, rather than be a competitor to it, through offering a range of flexible delivery methods.
This course is designed for managers to upgrade their skills and qualifications to prepare them to access career opportunities which become evident to them in their current employment, or new opportunities with alternative employers following completion of the course.
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS (INTERNATIONAL)
The Master of Business Administration (International Management) is intended for people who have an undergraduate degree and/or extensive experience working within an organisation.
Applicants should have:
A bachelor’s degree, or equivalent from a recognised university
A minimum of 2 years work experience; or, willingness to undertake a one month industry immersion program in Australia at the beginning of the program
A referee’s report
IE TS: Overall band score of 6.0, with no individual sub-score below 5.5.
FEES AUD 7,650 per semester PROGRAM DURATION 2 years or 4 semesters
Semester 2 BUHRM 5912 BUMGT 5921 BUMKT 5922 BUMGT 5926
Human Resource Management Organisations: Behaviour, Structure, Processes Competitive Analysis Strategy and Management of Change
Semester 4 BUECO 6922 BUACC 6921 BUMGT 6973 BULAW 6903
Economics of Globalisation Issues in International Accounting Project Management Managing International and e-Business Legal Issues
Year 1 Semester 1 BUACC5901 BUECO 5903 BUMKT 5901 BULAW 5911
Accounting and Finance Business Economics Marketing Managing the Legal Environment
As they are subject to staff availability, there is no guarantee that every course will be offered in any particular semester.
All courses are subject to change through the processes of regular program revision.
Year 2 Semester 3 BUMGT 6927 BUMKT 6942 BUMGT 6935 BUHRM 6930
Creativity and Innovation International Business Operations Management Change Agent Strategies