Master Business and Management (Entrepreneurship) Administración y Dirección de Empresas
This program provides business/commerce graduates with advanced level studies in management. Students have the option to take one of three pathways: consulting, academic (research) or coursework. Students who choose the academic pathway will be required to undertake the academic thesis over two semesters.
An undergraduate or postgraduate degree with a major in management, marketing or a related discipline with at least H2B (70%) average, or equivalent;
An average of at least an H2B (70%) in the best three subjects in the disciplines of Management and Marketing in the final year of study;
Results of the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) unless the applicant has met one of the approved conditions for a GRE exemption;
Statement of Intent in seeking entry; and
English language proficiency.
Note: The GMAT or GRE is not mandatory for applicants who have previously completed an undergraduate degree at an Australian or New Zealand University.
The program is designed for students with a degree in business/commerce who may be interested in progressing into the PhD program or pursuing a career in consulting, market research or strategy.
Advanced Management Theory
Advanced Research Methods
Asian Business and Management
Advanced Strategic Management
Advanced Operations Management
Advanced Human Resource Management
Managing the Multinational
Public Relations Management
People and Change
Consulting Research Seminar
Consulting Research Project
Advanced Marketing Management
Graduates of this program have found employment in the following roles:
Associate Consultant, Capgemini Consulting
Head of Finance, Step Back Think Inc