Murdoch University Global Master of Business Administration (MBA)

    Detailed Information
    Business School/Provider Murdoch School of Business and Governance, Murdoch University
    Duration 2 years Full-time
    4 years Part-time
    Course Code/CRICOS M1279/096880B
    Delivery Mode Delivered on-campus at Murdoch University Perth campus
    Commencements Semester 1 and 2
    2019 Fees $48,480 Domestic
    $64,320 International

    Murdoch University Global MBA Course Overview

    The Murdoch University Global MBA is designed to offer leading-edge national and international business administration knowledge and skills, with a simultaneous focus on opportunities to acquire high level industry experience through professional placements or applied research projects.

    Murdoch University Global MBA Course Structure

    Murdoch University Global MBA must earn a total of 48 credit points.

    Core Units – 24 credit points

    • MBS546 Business Finance – 3 points, and,
    • MBS539 Accounting for Managers – 3 points

    Select 18 points from the following:

    • MBS664 Strategies for Growth and Excellence – 6 points
    • MBS538 Organisational Behaviour and Management – 3 points
    • MBS573 International Marketing Management – 3 points
    • MBS661 Global Business in the Asian Century – 6 points
    • MBS673 Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management – 3 points
    • MBS686 Economics and Business Strategy – 3 points

    Options – 24 credit points: Choose 12 points from the following specified electives OR 12 points from one of the Majors.

    Specified Electives

    • MBS568 Organisational Change, Management and Consultancy – 3 points
    • MBS636 International Business Negotiations – 3 points
    • MBS662 Business, Society and the Environment – 6 points
    • MBS663 Leading the Engaged Enterprise – 6 points
    • EDN546 Dynamics of Cultural Diversity in the Workplace and the Community – 3 points

    Students may choose to complete a major as part of the MBA (Global) from those listed below.

    Nonprofit Management – 12 credit points

    • MBS651 Leading and Managing Nonprofit Organisations – 3 points
    • MBS662 Business, Society and the Environment – 6 points
    • MBS589 Social Enterprise, Social Innovation And Profit For Purpose – 3 points

    Health Management – 12 credit points

    • SWM518 Health Economics and Finance – 3 points
    • SWM517 Health Policy and Governance – 3 points
    • LLM614 Health Law – 3 points
    • VET656 Public Health and Epidemiology – 3 points

    People Management – 12 credit points

    • MBS555 Human Resource Management Perspectives – 3 points
    • MBS663 Leading the Engaged Enterprise – 6 points
    • PSY611 Work and Well-being – 3 points

    OR

    • EDN671 Mentoring – 3 points

    Sustainability – 12 credit points

    • MBS662 Business, Society and the Environment – 6 points (core unit)
    • SWM628 Development and Sustainability – 3 points
    • SUS523 Cities and Sustainability – 3 points
    • SUS611 Resilient Regions: People and Practice – 3 points
    • International Marketing – 12 credit points
    • MBS667 Digital Business – 3 points
    • MBS574 Strategic Research in International Markets – 3 points
    • MBS575 Cross-Cultural Consumer Behaviour – 3 points
    • MBS576 Global Media Communication – 3 points

    Students must also complete Professional Portfolio worth 12 credit points.

    What Murdoch University Says

    This Murdoch University Global MBA is designed to offer leading‐edge national and international business administration knowledge and skills, with a simultaneous focus on opportunities to acquire high-level industry experience through professional placements and applied research projects. You also have the option to specialise in areas such as people management, sustainability, non-profit and health management.

    Entry Requirements

    To qualify for the Murdoch University Global MBA, applicants should have a Bachelors Degree (AQF 7) or equivalent, or can gain alternative entry via Portfolio to contain:

    • Curriculum Vitae
    • Valid GMAT score or Graduate Record Examinations (GRE)
    • A Written statement of no more than 800 words. The statement should address reasons why enrolment in the course will enhance the applicant’s early career professional portfolio.

    No work experience is necessary, but if applicants have two or more years of work experience they may apply for the Master of Business Administration.

    Students demonstrating English competence via IELTS need an overall score of 6.0 with no individual band less than 6.0.

    Scholarships

    https://www.murdoch.edu.au/study/courses/course-details/Master-of-Business-Administration-(MBA)#fees-and-scholarships

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