Master of Business AdministrationMasters by Coursework
2 years full-time; 4 years part-time
Depending on unit availabilities, previous study or work experience, students may be able to complete their degree in a shorter duration than indicated.
The 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. They enhance their professional expertise by completing practical assessment activities in leadership, problem solving and communication skills. The MBA 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.
Students who have completed a relevant Bachelor degree may receive four units of advanced standing towards the Masters degree.
|Graduate Attribute||Course Learning Outcome|
|Knowledge of a discipline|
|Communication and social skills|
Students may be required to study four foundation units. They then study eight core units and select either a specialisation, which includes an industry research project, or two elective units in addition to the industry research project. By studying a specialisation, candidates build substantial and specialised expertise to complement the general management applications they learn in the core units.
- 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
- Tourism Management
|Location||Teaching period||UAC code||QTAC code|
|Gold Coast||Session 1 , Session 2 , Session 3||N/A||N/A|
|Melbourne||Session 1 , Session 2 , Session 3||N/A||N/A|
|New Zealand - MIT||Session 1 , Session 2 , Session 3||N/A||N/A|
|Sydney||Session 1 , Session 2 , Session 3||N/A||N/A|
We encourage you to apply for the courses you most want to study. If you are not eligible to enter your chosen course right now, our team will work with you to find the best pathway option.
Before applying, make sure you double check all entry requirements, gather required documentation and review the University’s Rules Relating to Awards, noting any specifics listed below.
- To be eligible for the Master of Business Administration with a named specialisation a candidate must complete all units listed in Part A and Part C as well as one (1) specialisation from Part B equal to 48 credit points;
- To be eligible for the Master of Business Administration without a named specialisation a candidate must complete all units listed in Part A and Part C as well as any units from Part B equal to 48 credit points, including MNG93003 Industry Research Project;
- As an alternative to Course Requirement Rule (a), a candidate who has been awarded advanced standing in four (4) units in Part C may complete all units listed in Part A and two (2) specialisations from Part B. Where completing two specialisations would require students to repeat MNG93003 Industry Research Project OR MNG03424 Capstone Project in Tourism and Hospitality, substitute units may be approved by the course coordinator.
- A candidate, who, while enrolled in the Master of Business Administration, has completed eight (8) units with a minimum of six (6) units from Part A of the Schedule of Units attached to these Rules, may elect to be awarded the Graduate Diploma in Business Administration following withdrawal from candidature for the Master award.
- A candidate who, while enrolled in the Master of Business Administration, has completed four (4) units from Part A of the Schedule of Units attached to these Rules may elect to be awarded the Graduate Certificate in Business Administration following withdrawal from candidature for the Master award.
Your course progression is in the recommended order you should complete your course in. It is important that you follow this to ensure you meet the course requirements. For further assistance see How to Enrol in Units using My Enrolment.
Students should use course progression information to select units specific to their course and enrol in these units using My Enrolment.
|Unit Code||Unit Title||Available||Credit points||Level of learning||Notes|
|Students are advised to enrol in units relevant to their circumstances and entry levels. The course progression for the accounting specialization shown below is merely a suggestion.|
|Year 1, Session 1|
|MNG82001 - Organisational Behaviour||Introductory|
|MNG91002 - Entrepreneurship and Marketing||Introductory|
|MNG00785 - Project Management||Introductory|
|Year 1, Session 2|
|MNG00723 - Global Business||Intermediate|
|MNG03217 - Leading and Managing People||Introductory|
|ACC00724 - Accounting for Managers||Introductory|
|Year 1, Session 3|
|MNG03218 - Managing Information Systems||Advanced|
|ECO82001 - Economics and Quantitative Analysis||Intermediate|
|MKT00720 - Marketing||Intermediate|
|Year 2, Session 1|
|ACC00716 - Finance||Introductory|
|Plus One (1) or Two (2) Part B Accounting Specialization Unit (s)|
|Year 2, Session 2|
|ACC03043 - Corporate Governance||Advanced|
|MNG93003 - Industry Research Project||Advanced||Note 1|
|Year 2, Session 3|
|MNG93002 - Strategy and Case Analysis||Advanced|
|Plus One (1) Part B Accounting Specialization unit if only One (1) specialization unit was completed in Year 2, Session 1.|
Students planning to study MNG03424 Capstone Project in Tourism and Hospitality in the specialisation should substitute MNG00785 Project Management with BUS00913 Research Methods for Tourism and Hospitality.
Unit not offered in 2015.
|Unit Code||Unit Title||Level of learning||Notes|
|MNG03217||The Positive Leader||Introductory|
|MNG03218||Managing Information Systems||Advanced|
|MNG93002||Strategy and Case Analysis||Advanced|
|MNG00785||Project Management||Introductory||Note 2|
|The unit listed below is only relevant for students deciding to study MNG03424 Capstone Project in Tourism and Hospitality as part of some specialisations from Part B. Please also refer to Note 2 attached to the unit.|
|BUS00913||Business Research Methods||Advanced||Note 2|
|ACC00724||Accounting for Managers||Introductory|
|ECO82001||Economics and Quantitative Analysis||Intermediate|