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Master of Business Administration (MBA)CRICOS code: 066850AUnits to complete: 12Duration: on campus 1.5 years full–time, online/distance 6 years part-timeStart dates: on campus March, July, online/distance March, July, NovemberCampus: Toowoomba, SpringfieldEntry requirements• English IELTS 6.5 or equivalent• 3-year bachelor degree or equivalent• Minimum of 2 years full-time equivalent work experience Alternative Entry• English IELTS 6.5 or equivalent• Postgraduate Certificate in Business (min GPA 4.0)• Minimum 5 years full-time equivalent relevant work experience Program FocusThe Master of Business Administration is an advanced academic program for graduates from any discipline who have considerable business experience, and who have a recognised potential for advanced managerial responsibility. This program focuses on those areas of modern management that develop judgement, skills and attitudes that are essential to managerial responsibility. Students undertaking the program may supplement their generalist skills by exploring an area of management in depth, chosen from a discipline specialisation. Students may also choose the Property specialisation from the Master of Business. PROGRAM STRUCTURE8 core courses + 4 Specialisation courses + 3 courses or 4 general specialisation courses ExemptionsA maximum of 6 units of exemptions may be granted for equivalent postgraduate study, provided the following requirements for courses are met:• masters or equivalent level • passed within five years prior to the application (up to 10 years if evidence of employment in that field is provided) • equivalent in objectives, content and weightings to a course prescribed in MBAD, or as a suitable elective. Exemptions shall not be granted for undergraduate study. Exit PointsProvided all requirements are satisfied, students will be permitted to exit with: 4 units - Postgraduate Certificate in Business8 units - Postgraduate Diploma of Business
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Last updated September 18, 2015