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Executive Master of Business Administration

To qualify for the award, Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA), students complete units of study totalling 72 credit points.

The units of study for this degree are set out in the Unit of study table.

Course learning outcomes

On successful completion of the Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA), a candidate will be able to:

Course learning outcomes Graduate qualities
1. Integrate key concepts, techniques and trends in one or more fields of business practice and the challenges and opportunities involved in applying this knowledge in diverse contexts. Depth of disciplinary expertise
2. Question, assess and respond independently to assumptions, propositions and debates in business practice, and formulate strategically appropriate solutions to diverse business problems. Critical thinking and Problem solving
3. Use a range of communications strategies to negotiate, persuade and reach agreement with others about appropriate responses to complex and unfamiliar problems within one or more fields of business practice. Communication (oral and written)
4. Apply a range of quantitative and qualitative research skills to identify and diagnose complex and unfamiliar problems and use the evidence and findings generated to formulate strategically appropriate solutions. Information and Digital literacy
5. Utilise novel insights and apply creative approaches to construct new resources and capabilities in addressing business challenges.  Inventiveness
6. Work effectively and inclusively with individuals from different cultures and worldviews in producing tangible outcomes and responsible business solutions. Cultural competence
7. Work collaboratively and productively with diverse skill sets, stakeholders, and perspectives in addressing complex and unfamiliar business problems. Interdisciplinary effectiveness
8. Enact ethical and social awareness and responsibility in personal and collective decision-making in the context of diverse business challenges. Integrated professional, ethical and personal identity
9. Lead and motivate others to find pragmatic responses to business challenges by applying appropriate leadership approaches and strategies. Influence