Course Code: C7H
Location: Hobart, Launceston*, Distance
*International students may only undertake distance studies if they are in thir home country or a country other than Australia Studies in this area are not avaliable to international students on the Launceston Campus.
Duration: 1.5 years full-time. Part-time available*
*Part-time studies are not available to international students.
Intake: February, July
Degree Rules Master of Business Administration (C7H)
Entry Requirements: Academic entry requirements: Australian Bachelor degree or equivalent Work experience entry requirements: Two years relevant work experience.
Alternative entry: Successful completion of the UTAS Graduate Diploma in Business Administration or equivalent.
Additional Pre-requisites Nil
This degree is designed to provide graduates with a strong foundation in the core aspects of management. Graduates gain broad management knowledge and the skills to effectively manage an organisation at both operational and strategic levels. Focus is placed on gaining and sustaining competitive advantage in the market place. Suitable for people already in positions of responsibility who possess higher management and leadership potential, or those who aspire to general management or senior functional management roles.
Students are required to complete nine core units, plus three elective units successfully.
Graduate studies have an important place in management development. They offer individuals aspiring to either general management or senior functional management roles, the opportunity to develop competencies relevant to the effective management of enterprises.
Successfully completed postgraduate units in other courses at the University of Tasmania or another approved tertiary institution may be credited towards the degree. Credit is also available for some qualifications attained through professional bodies, where these have been assessed as equivalent to postgraduate study. Please apply for credit at the time of application for admission.
Authorised by the Dean, Faculty of Business
2 October, 2012