|Business School/Provider||Sydney Graduate School of Management, Western Sydney University|
|Duration||2 years Full-time
4 years Part-time
|Delivery Mode||Delivered on-campus at Parramatta City Campus|
|Commencements||January (Q1), April (Q2), June (Q3), September (Q4)|
|2019 Fees||$24,000 Domestic
Western Sydney University MBA Course Overview
Western Sydney University MBA offers a unique range of specialisations, including Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Human Resource Management, Property, Management, Sustainable Business, Finance and Investment, Marketing, Information and Communications Technology, and Business Analytics.
Western Sydney University MBA Course Structure
Upon completion of the foundation and core, students complete 60 credit points in one of the following specialisations:
- Finance and Investment
- Human Resource Management
- Innovation and Entrepreneurship
- Logistics and Supply Chain Management
- Sustainable Business
- Information and Communications Technology
- Digital Knowledge and Innovation
- Business Analytics
- Policing, Public Safety and Security
Students complete four foundations (40 credit points), four core (40 credit points), and six specialisation units (60 credit points) as well as a 20 credit point capstone unit, for a total of 160 credit points. Students may elect to complete a non-specialisation where six units (60 credit points) can be chosen separately from any postgraduate business units.
What Western Sydney University Says
Practical experience is a cornerstone of Western Sydney University MBA, and is supported by our strong links with Australian businesses, such as PWC, Linfox, Deloitte, CNHI, Morningstar and others. Over 80% of graduates from this degree are employed full time with another 17% undertaking further full-time study. The aim of our MBA is to ensure you emerge with a proven ability to solve real-world business problems and advance your career.
Western Sydney University’s Sydney Graduate School of Management is currently in the process of obtaining accreditation with the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).
Applicants must have successfully completed an undergraduate degree, or higher, in any discipline. Applications from Australian and New Zealand citizens and holders of permanent resident visas must be made via the Universities Admissions Centre (UAC). Applicants who have undertaken studies overseas may have to provide proof of proficiency in English.