What will I learn?

The internationally recognised MBA develops business knowledge and practical skills to advance your career in today’s competitive global markets. You'll gain a broad understanding of contemporary management operations, as well as learning how to solve complex issues and manage the challenges of technology and finance, and other critical business factors.

Your professional expertise will be honed by completing practical assessment activities in leadership, problem solving and communication skills. In addition to core units, the course builds substantial expertise in an area through the completion of a research project.

You have the option of selecting either a specialisation, which includes an industry research project, or choosing two elective units from a wide range of subjects together with the industry research project. The industry research project is ideal for developing extensive knowledge of an issue related to your current workplace or to a career you wish to pursue.

The Master of Business Administration is also available via an online delivery mode, offering up to six intakes a year. Advanced standing may apply to students who have completed relevant undergraduate and postgraduate study.

Major areas of study

Students are required to study four foundation units, 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.

Specialisations:

Accounting*

Managing and Leading People*

Tourism and Hospitality Management

Research

* These specialisations are also available to International students in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth.

Career opportunities

The MBA equips graduates for managerial roles across a broad spectrum of industries in the public and private sectors.

Graduates can find management roles in areas such as accounting, information and knowledge management, human resource management, health services management and tourism and hotel management.

CRICOS

080919A

Study options

Full Time (2 years)

Tuition fees
A$32,400.00 (17,34,475) per year
AUD $4,050 per unit
Start date

1 November 2021

Venue

Southern Cross University, Melbourne

108 Lonsdale Street,

MELBOURNE,

Victoria,

3000, MELBOURNE, Australia

Online/Distance (2 years)

Tuition fees
A$32,400.00 (17,34,475) per year
AUD $4,050 per unit
Start date

1 November 2021

Entry requirements

For international students

Students must have qualification equivalent to an Australian Bachelor degree.

English Language Requirement

They also must have the following IELTS scores are as follows:

Overall: 6.5

CAE: 58; TOEFL PBT: 570 min 5.0 (TWE); TOEFL iBT: 79 with no less than 21 in writing and 20 in other areas; PTE: 58 with no communicative score less than 50

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