The MBA is by far and away the most successful degree of the 20th century. Look at the American statistics. The first degree was not given out until the 1900’s. By the end of the 20th century it had a 27% market share of all graduate degrees given out.
By earning a Master in Business Administration (MBA) with an emphasis on finance, graduates gain specialized knowledge and skills within the financial sector, which may help them to find a highly skilled career. Students may be able to obtain an MBA in Finance in about two years’ time.
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The UTS MBA is distinguished from the competition by its practical, vocational orientation and by the open architecture of the course design. All MBA subjects are approved by an industry board that insists on 'relevance to workplace' as a pre-eminent subject design principle. The MBA provides knowledge and skills that are essential for superior management performance. [+]
The course provides unparalleled program flexibility. Students design their MBA to match their employment aspirations. A wide range of specialist skills is also introduced through a choice of majors and sub-majors. The teaching staff are drawn from among the finest researchers and university educators around the world, keeping students abreast of current trends and focusing on the global picture.
General management skills develop expertise in strategic thinking, critical analysis, developing and implementing business plans, decision-making under uncertainty, understanding organisational dynamics, motivating others, effective communication, leadership, and promoting change in dynamic environments. Functional skills develop competency in a number of key disciplines including accounting, finance, marketing and human resources management. Specialist skills are introduced in areas such as: international marketing; human resource management; management in the public, private and international spheres; tourism; sport; arts management; engineering management; and information technology. ... [-]
The combined Masters in Business Administration and Applied Finance incorporates a problem based learning approach to develop graduates with technical proficiency and expertise in applied finance as well as enhancing knowledge and understanding from the perspective of the entire organisation. This program has been strategically developed and will challenge your approach to leadership, enhance your ability to think and act analytically as well as master your strategic financial management capabilities. [+]
The professional program follows the same structure as the MBA program with an additional 20-week Work Integrated Learning component. [+]