|1 year full-time
|VIC 02639M, NSW 02767C, QLD 02727M
|Delivered on-campus in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Gold Coast and Hong Kong.
|Trimester 1 (March), Trimester 2 (July), Trimester 3 (November)
Holmes MBA Course Overview
Established in 1963, Holmes Institute is a multi-sector provider of education with faculties of Vocational Education, Training, Higher Education and Secondary Education.
Holmes Institute operates from campuses in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Cairns and Hong Kong, offering a range of awards from the vocational level through to masters’ degrees in business administration and accounting.
The one-year Holmes MBA has the clear objective of teaching students how to think like a business person and how to plan using advanced strategic thinking. The Holmes MBA will enable you to critically examine problems and opportunities.
By providing analytical frameworks such as risk assessments, cost-benefit analyses and strategic plans you will be able to apply these to any problem or opportunity you encounter.
The core curriculum develops your understanding and ability to interpret financial statements and marketing plans, analyse markets, read audit reports and develop business plans.
Holmes MBA Course Structure
The Holmes MBA comprises 12 subjects, taken over three study periods and can be completed in a year.
Students may elect to exit the MBA after two study periods having qualified for the Graduate Diploma in Business award, which consists of eight subjects. Seven core subjects must be completed plus one elective subject chosen from anywhere in the MBA.
There are eight core subjects in the MBA, as set out in the brochure. All students must complete these core subjects and then may choose to either complete their MBA with general electives in Business and Management, or complete a specialisation. The specialisations available in the Holmes MBA are concentrated in the following fields:
- International Business and Enterprise
- Accounting and Finance
- Information and Technology
Holmes MBA core subjects include;
- Accounting for Business Decisions
- Finance for Business
- Economics for Business
- Marketing Management
- Management and Organisations in a Global Environment
- Competitive Strategy
- Statistics for Business Decisions
- Business Research