QUT Master of Business Administration (MBA)

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    Detailed Information
    University/Provider QUT Business School, Queensland University of Technology
    Course Name Master of Business Administration
    Deliver Mode On-campus (Gardens Point, Brisbane)
    Course Code GS75 (CRICOS: 045502F)
    Duration 1.5 years full-time, 3 years part-time (n
    Commencements March, September
    Fees $59,850 Domestic
    $70,650 International

     

    QUT MBA Course Overview

    The triple-accredited QUT MBA is offered at QUT’s Gardens Point campus in the Brisbane CBD. The 1.5 year full-time course will teach you to challenge conventions and go beyond established pathways, and equip you to lead and manage decisively in a complex business world. As a QUT MBA student you will critically analyse business situations and develop innovative solutions to real-world cases.

    The MBA program is made up four components that build on each other to provide you with an integrated and multi-disciplinary curriculum to equip you to take on the challenges and opportunities of a complex business environment. Each MBA unit of 6 credit points is delivered in a seven-week module (six weeks teaching with final assessment in week seven).

    1. Building Foundations

    – Strategic Management
    – Communicating to Influence
    – Economics in Business
    – Problem Framing for Creative Action
    – Accounting for Decision Making
    – Marketing Strategically
    – Personal Leadership and Change
    – Data Analysis and Decision Making

    2. Multi-Disciplinary Decision Making

    – Understanding and Leading Others
    – Business Law
    – Entrepreneurship
    – Financial Management
    – Contemporary Human Resources Management Issues
    – Managing Technological Innovation
    – Understanding Leadership and Complexity
    – Corporate Governance and Accountability

    3. Concentrations

    Students can then add greater depth in an area of interest by choosing a concentration in Leadership and Strategy or a specific discipline pathway from within the QUT Business School’s postgraduate offerings or from other schools and faculties at QUT.

    Leadership and Strategy

    – Systems Thinking for Managers
    – Investment Strategies for Technology
    – Negotiation Skills and Strategies
    – Stakeholder Engagement and Media Principles
    – Improving Business Operations
    – Advanced Strategy for Global Business

    If you complete the Leadership and Strategy concentration the title will appear on your academic transcript.

    Discipline-specific concentration

    Students may choose 36 credit points of MBA units and/or 36 credit points from a specific area of interest in a discipline. Discipline areas could include Accounting, Human Resource Management, Marketing, Finance or Healthcare.

    4. Integrated Workplace Project

    The final component of the MBA program is made up of one capstone unit – Integrated Workplace Project – which provides you with the opportunity to apply what you have learned in the program to real opportunities in a new venture or within an organisation.

    Entry Requirements

    To gain entry into the QUT MBA you must have:

    – a completed recognised bachelor degree in any discipline with a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 4.5 (on QUT’s 7-point scale);
    – a GMAT score of at least 550; and
    – a minimum three years full-time equivalent relevant managerial or professional work experience post-degree; and
    – Submit two completed referee report forms

    You may be required to be available for an interview with the MBA Director to demonstrate relevant work experience.

    Accreditation

    – Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business
    – International (AACSB) European Foundation for Management Development (EQUIS)
    – Association of MBAs (AMBA).

    Scholarships

    https://www.qut.edu.au/study/fees-and-scholarships/scholarships/mba-and-emba-scholarships

     

    Price Range
    $59,788.00 to $70,679.00
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