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The Master of Business - Executive (Complex Program Leadership) is a specialist coursework masters program specifically designed to develop program leaders with the skills and confidence to succeed in complex business environments.
The Master of Business - Executive in Complex Program Leadership is an intensive program integrating academic knowledge, industry practice and self-awareness to expand horizons, challenge and enrich the workplace behaviour of each participant. It emphasises:
The program builds upon the classical ‘reductionist’, procedural and controlled approach to project management, using holistic systems thinking to explore complex projects, those often characterised by ambiguity, emergence of numerous influential stakeholders, and new or integrated technologies.
The program is co-delivered with the Master of Business - Executive in Strategic Procurement. This allows for a classroom environment facilitating collaboration between project managers and commercial managers to foster an alignment of responsibilities and objectives, successfully delivering results in real world business environments.
The program complies with the Competency Standard for Complex Project Managers (CS-CPM) as maintained by the International Centre for Complex Project Management (ICCPM). The CS-CPM was originally developed by the Australian Department of Defence in concert with global government and industry organisations that recognise the need to reframe project management as project management and leadership.
You should be an experienced project professional, seeking to enhance your leadership and business acumen, keen to accelerate your career to lead large and complex programs.
QUT’s Graduate Certificate in Business – Executive is also available to experienced practitioners who:
This is a sponsored program, so your enrolment must be sponsored by your employer.
Previous participants have been drawn from:
The program is available through a combination of blended online learning and face-to-face seminars held at QUT's Gardens Point (city) campus.
Program duration is subject to successful progression and any QUT changes to the program format or delivery mode.
For more information on this program, please contact the QUT Graduate School of Business.
Download course structures and unit outlines for Master of Business - Executive (Complex Program Leadership)
The Master of Business - Executive (Complex Program Leadership) (EMCPL) comprises 24 units of study, plus executive coaching and expanding horizons.
You have the option of exiting after successfully completing 8 units, and graduating with a Graduate Certificate in Business.
Units are delivered in teaching blocks, which are 7 weeks long on average.
The academic units of study are grouped into three phases:
A. Understanding Yourself, Others and Complexity
B. Performing for Results
C. Leading for Results (Capstone)
Applicants must satisfy the following requirements for admission:
At the discretion of the Course Coordinator or nominee, applicants may also be required to:
To discuss program costs, please contact Graduate School of Business - Executive Master of Business.
You may need to pay the Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF) as part of your course costs.
You should submit your application by 11 January in the year you intend to begin your studies.
Australian citizens and permanent residents, and New Zealand citizens complete an application for postgraduate course admission form (PG form) (PDF file, 234.35 KB).
International participants complete an Application for admission to QUT as an international student form (F form) (PDF file, 250.06 KB) and include a copy of your Australian visa.
You must provide a sponsorship letter that stipulates:
The letter must also specifically confirm support for:
Mail your completed application and original supporting documents to:
Queensland University of Technology
Graduate School of Business
EMCPM Program Administration
Level 4, B Block
GPO Box 2434
You must submit your application by mail, but to ensure your application is processed as quickly as possible, email or fax it to us as well:
Fax: +61 7 3138 1299
If your application is successful, you'll receive a formal letter of offer from QUT, with instructions on how to accept your offer through our online system QUT Virtual.
You must accept your offer in QUT Virtual to participate in the course.
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