Master Business and Management - Máster en Administración de Empresas
The MBA (Executive) program is designed for professionals looking to develop their career. It is ideal for those who are looking to accelerate in their chosen career or those who have become interested in learning again and bringing that learning to their workplace.
To qualify for the Master of Business Administration (Executive) candidates must successfully complete two stages:
Stage 1 (48 units of credit – UOC): candidates must complete 8 foundation courses, with a weighted average mark (WAM) of 65% or higher.
Stage 2 (48 UOC): candidates must complete five courses.
completion of a recognized bachelor degree
meet English requirements.
* Some programs have additional entry requirements, please contact UNSW for this information.
Throughout the Strategic Management Year students will develop the following critical skills for becoming an effective general manager:
understand and apply concepts related to general management, in their own and other organisations, focusing on the interdisciplinary application of course concepts and frameworks
identify similarities and differences between strategic roles and lower level functional manager roles, as well as how these roles work together towards achieving the organisation’s fundamental objective
think critically by identifying assumptions and utilising a range of data gathering and analysis techniques to solve management problems
demonstrate systematic and creative approaches to decision making, including in their workplace
communicate ideas and information logically and concisely in writing, oral presentations and class demonstrate an understanding of leadership skills, including reflection on their personal leadership style, and of the challenges of working effectively within a team
To qualify for the Master of Business Administration (Executive) candidates must successfully complete the requirements of the Graduate Diploma in Management and successfully complete 48 units of credit within the MBA(Exec) by successful completion of the four core courses.
Strategic Management 1
Strategic Management 2
Strategic Management 3
Strategic Management 4