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The Master of Business Administration (MBA) is designed to provide experienced business professionals with flexible study options to enhance their knowledge and skills and their career prospects. The MBA has a practical and interdisciplinary focus with the themes of teamwork, sound and ethical decision making, and strategic planning being key features of the program. Graduates will be able to apply an advanced body of knowledge to the changing environments in which they work, or aspire to work, as leaders and managers. They will develop the cognitive, technical and creative skills to make effective business decisions in a global context and develop the leadership and team-building skills necessary to manage in dynamic 21stCentury organisations. Graduates will also acquire research skills that will equip them to interpret and evaluate theoretical propositions and business-related data and maintain the currency of their knowledge.
Applicants will be considered for a place in the MBA, the Graduate Certificate of Business
Administration, or the Graduate Diploma of Business Administration, if they have a bachelor
degree in any discipline from an Australian institution or a recognised equivalent qualification, and
have three years relevant work experience. Applicants without formal qualifications at the bachelor
level may be considered for a place in the Graduate Certificate of Business Administration if they
have seven years of professional, administrative, or managerial work experience. Completion of
the Graduate Certificate satisfies the entry requirements for the Graduate Diploma and the MBA.