The Master of Management is a 60 credit point degree and requires one year of full-time study or two years of part-time study (domestic students only).
Please note from 2023 students who have a bachelor’s degree in a business specialisation or have completed forty-eight (48cpts) of a business specialisation in their bachelor’s degree will be eligible for twelve (12) points (two (2) units of study) of reduced volume of learning (RVL). These two (2) units of credit will be awarded as two (2) elective units of study towards the Master of Management.
To be awarded the Master of Management, student complete units of study totalling 60 credit points, comprising:
* Can be awarded as credit for students who have a bachelor’s degree in a business specialisation or have completed forty-eight credit points (48cpts) of a business specialisation in their bachelor’s degree.
The units of study for this degree are listed in the Unit of study table.
For progression guides for the course, please log into Canvas and navigate to Progression guides and examples.
|Course learning outcome||Graduate quality|
|1. Integrate understanding of the 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 and creatively to assumptions, propositions and debates within one or more fields of business practice and apply a range of quantitative and qualitative research skills to identify and diagnose complex and unfamiliar problems||Critical Thinking and Problem Solving|
|3. Use a range of effective communications strategies to analyse, address and report on business challenges, as well as to 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. Use appropriate tools and a wide array of resources to address business challenges. Apply various modes of communication as well as researched evidence to formulate strategies and solutions.||Information and Digital Literacy|
|5. Identify and diagnose complex and unfamiliar problems and develop creative solutions to business challenges.||Inventiveness|
|6. Work collaboratively with diverse others while integrating various cultural perspectives in communication, problem solving and teamwork.||Cultural Competence|
|7. Work collaboratively within multidisciplinary fields of expertise and effectively integrate diverse perspectives in communication, problem solving and teamwork.||Interdisciplinary Effectiveness|
|8. Demonstrate ethical and social awareness and responsibility in personal decision-making and behaviour within one or more fields of business practice.||An Integrated Personal, Professional and Ethical Identity|
|9. Influence others to work collaboratively to address complex and unfamiliar problems within one or more fields of business practice.||Influence|