Master of Business Administration

Southern Cross University

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Postgraduate
CRICOS: 01241G

This MBA develops business knowledge and practical skills to help graduates advance their careers in today's competitive global markets. Students gain a broad understanding of contemporary management operations, learn industry-relevant skills and develop solutions to complex business situations. Students enhance their professional expertise by completing practical assessment activities in leadership, problem solving and communication skills. The program provides the option to study broadly across a comprehensive suite of business disciplines and the opportunity to specialise. Designed for those actively working in professional business roles, the MBA includes a research project which students apply directly to their workplace. Advanced standing may apply to students who have completed relevant undergraduate and postgraduate study.

Designed for

Graduates seeking the skills needed to advance their business management careers

Structure

16 units

Subjects

  • Accounting
  • Business in the Asia-Pacific region
  • Convention and events management
  • Entrepreneurship and new venture creation
  • Financial management
  • Gaming management
  • Health services management
  • Hotel management
  • Information and knowledge management
  • Managing and leading people
  • Research
  • Tourism management

Standard entry requirements

  • Bachelor degree or equivalent academic
  • Or professional standing

Study pathways

Exit points (intermediate awards): Graduate Certificate (4 units); and Graduate Diploma (8 units). Advanced standing may be granted to those who have successfully completed units that are equivalent in content, standard and duration to the units of this course. Students with a relevant Bachelor degree may receive four units of advanced standing.

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