University of Canberra Master of Business Administration (MBA)

    Detailed Information
    Business School/Provider Faculty of Business, Government & Law, University of Canberra
    Duration 2 years full-time or part-time equivalent (maximum six years)
    Course/CRICOS Code MGM102 /098430A
    Delivery Mode Delivered on-campus in Canberra (Bruce)
    Commencements February, July
    2019 Fees $50,000 Domestic
    $70,000 International

    University of Canberra MBA Course Overview

    The University of Canberra MBA (Plus) offers individuals aspiring to senior management and executive roles a challenging and experiential education opportunity to develop skills and competencies relevant to managing an organisation.

    This includes the identification of business opportunities, establishing and effectively managing enterprises and strategically positioning organisations in a local and global context.

    The course covers all aspects of contemporary business management, including business analytics and decision making, managing people and finances, marketing locally and globally, International business, the economic and political environment, entrepreneurship and innovation, leadership and, managing change.

    The MBA (Plus) provides the opportunity to take 4 specialised units in more depth in an area which supports business management human resource management, marketing, or international business.

    University of Canberra MBA Program Structure

    Students must complete 48 credit points including 33 credit points from 11 required units and 15 credit points from a range of electives.

    Entry Requirements

    Applicants must have an undergraduate degree or equivalent as approved by the University.

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