To qualify for the award of the Master of Commerce (Extension), a candidate must complete 96 credit points^, comprising:
^ Students with relevant qualifications may apply for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) to reduce the length of study required.
* Students with a prior business qualification may apply to have relevant foundational units waived.
** Students who choose to complete a second specialisation only must complete the capstone unit listed for their primary specialisation.
*** Enrolment in the dissertation unit/s requires students to have completed 48 credit points in units of study within their degree with a 80% WAM, and a research proposal. Applicants also need obtain confirmation from an academic member of staff of their availability to supervise them for the project period. Refer to Canvas.
The units of study for this degree are set out under the Commerce (Extension) - unit of study table and the and Unit of study tables under the Specialisation subject areas.
For progression guides for the course, please log into Canvas and navigate to Progression guides and examples.
|Course learning outcomes||Graduate qualities|
|1. Evaluate and synthesise advanced disciplinary frameworks and principles in a range of complex business contexts.||Depth of disciplinary expertise|
|2. Apply advanced disciplinary frameworks and principles to solve business challenges.||Critical thinking and Problem solving|
|3. Communicate persuasively and professionally to diverse stakeholder groups via the appropriate communication and presentation approach suitable to differing business contexts.||Communication (oral and written)|
|4. Organise and evaluate complex information from diverse sources to influence and inform evidence-based decisions.||Information and Digital literacy|
|5. Evaluate new opportunities and ideas in ambiguous business contexts, using innovative and creative strategies.||Inventiveness|
|6. Effectively collaborate with others from diverse backgrounds and integrate social and cultural perspectives in decision making.||Cultural competence|
|7. Integrate inter- and multi-disciplinary perspectives to effectively respond to changing and complex business environments.||Interdisciplinary effectiveness|
|8. Integrate ethical perspectives with personal and professional values in decision making.||Integrated professional, ethical and personal identity|
|9. Lead change that facilitates collaborative and cooperative environments through reflection on personal and professional values, identities and actions.||Influence|