The Master of Business Administration program’s objective is to provide holders of non-business degrees, an opportunity for a career change into general management, by providing an industry responsive program relevant to both students and the future needs of employers. Students cover the areas of business administration, accounting, finance and marketing; and many specialist electives. Students must successfully complete 12 courses to be eligible to be awarded their graduate degree. Recognized Prior Learning (RPL) credit is available for a maximum of 8 courses. The course consists of 36 credit hours in total. Different degree pathways are available for:
All students must be members of the ICMA (Australia) prior to commencing their education program.
If you are not currently a member select "No" and you will be given the option of joining the ICMA.