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Learn about the key principles and practices of effective and efficient business management, and gain a competitive edge for success in dynamic business environments.
This course is designed for people from a broad range of occupations and professions who wish to enhance their career prospects by acquiring knowledge and skills in the area of management. You will be introduced to theoretical principles of management, and the skills to deal with real-world business problems in changing and dynamic environments. The course will extend your knowledge on how to analyse business situations at strategic and operational levels, provide managerial solutions to business issues, and monitor the effectiveness of management decisions. You will gain a competitive edge for managerial success by learning how to effectively self-manage, lead and manage teams and communicate competently in diverse contexts.
QUT’s Master of Business has been redesigned to ensure it meets the new quality assurance standards set by the Australian Qualifications Framework for masters by coursework programs. The learning outcomes of the course have been refreshed to provide you with a more engaging and real world learning experience.
This course is designed to extend your real-world management knowledge and skills. You will acquire a strong theoretical and practical understanding of the key principles and practices of business management as well as hone your analytical, decision making and problem solving skills.
In undertaking this study area you will also acquire knowledge and skills to apply to the challenges and complexities of managing at strategic and operational levels. You will also develop skills in leading and managing teams, self-management and the ability to collaborate with others in diverse contexts, gaining a competitive edge for managerial success in today’s rapidly changing and dynamic business environment.
Units in this postgraduate program are delivered using a mix of face-to-face, online and blended learning technologies. All course materials are placed online including course lecture materials, practical session guides, readings and help guides.
Developed in consultation with industry, our programs incorporate real-world case analysis, activities and workplace projects. You will also benefit from meaningful connections with industry leaders and practitioners as they share their insights into essential skills and attributes needed for professional practice.
You will learn how to exercise creativity, independent judgement and critical reflection, to plan, design, adapt and implement strategies and solutions that contribute to real world business practice and research.
Your knowledge and research skills are taken to an advanced level in the capstone unit of this course. This unit focuses on managing high performance organisations.
Graduates will be equipped for team-leadership, coordinator and front-line management roles within corporate and public sector enterprises from small business to large companies. Positions may include:
Graduates will meet the membership entry requirements for the Australian Institute of Management.
Students who have articulated from the Graduate Certificate in Business (Management) may receive exemptions for up to 48 credit points.
Advanced standing may also be available to students who have studied a related postgraduate program with another institution within the last five years.
If you hold a recognised undergraduate degree, in a related discipline study area, your experience in our Master of Business program will be tailored to your learning needs.
Your work experience in a related field may also be considered for recognition of prior learning.
Students may exit from the Master of Business (BS11) at the following stages, once those particular course requirements have been met:
If you would like to attain two internationally accredited masters in about the same time that it would normally take you to get one, you may consider our international double masters program. In an exchange study, you complete part of your degree at one of two leading institutions in Europe. Through cross-crediting of your course content, you are able to obtain the full degrees from both institutions – and you may be able to complete the double degree in the same time that it would take you to complete your QUT Master of Business program. For more information, visit international double degrees.
The QUT Business School’s Business Advantage program is a free program offered to all business students. It can help you develop skills through interaction, discussion, cooperation and debate with other students and leaders from business, government, education and community sectors. The program includes: guest presentations from inspiring industry, community and university leaders; sessions focused on specific social and professional skills; challenging interaction aimed at developing skills through new experiences; and provides a certificate of completion for you to include in your resume or portfolio. Not only does this program offer you excellent networking opportunities, but also the opportunity to gain highly relevant experiences and skills that you can apply throughout your career.
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The Master of Business is designed in three blocks of study:
1. Foundation studies (48 credit points)
2. Discipline studies (96 credit points)
3. Complementary studies (48 credit points)
Students with an undergraduate degree that is not in Business or a related field of study will undertake 192 credit points of study commencing with Foundation studies.
Students who have completed an undergraduate degree in Business or related field of study with a minimum GPA of 4 (on a 7 point scale) will undertake 144 credit points of study in their course.
The enrolment program students will undertake will depend on their prior study:
• Undergraduate degree in the same discipline as their chosen major: Students will commence their study in the Discipline studies block.
• Undergraduate Business degree in a different discipline to their chosen major: Students will commence their study in the Foundation studies block.
Students will be able to access course progression advice from the School of Management.
Master of Business - 1.5 year program
A completed recognised bachelor degree in business or related field with a minimum grade point average of 4.0 (on QUT's 7 point scale).
Master of Business - 2 year program
A completed recognised bachelor degree in any discipline with a minimum grade point average of 4.0 (on QUT's 7 point scale).
Note: You don't need to apply for the 1.5 year program. You'll be automatically assessed for eligibility as part of QUT's application for admission process.
Your actual fees may vary depending on which units you choose. We review fees annually.
2018: $26,400 per year full-time (96 credit points)
(subject to annual review)
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