This course develops highly skilled global managers and leaders in an international business context, who can contribute to organisations in an effective and responsible manner.
In today's globally competitive environment, it is essential to build organisational capability by creating a climate and culture conducive to innovation and advancement. The course provides students with the ability to respond to challenging situations in complex and modern organisations. It also builds and further develops problem-solving skills and effective interpersonal and relationship management skills.
Academic Admission requirements (Band 6)
The following course-specific admission requirements are mandatory and must be satisfied by all applicants. These requirements are in addition to or supersede the minimum requirements outlined within the Academic admission requirements band section below.
One or more of the specialisations in this course have admission requirements. Refer to the specialisation for more information.
Academic admission requirements (Band 6) may be satisfied through the completion of one of the following:
Bachelor degree; or
Equivalent prior learning including at least five years of relevant professional experience.
English Language requirements (Band 4)
English competency requirements may be satisfied through the completion of one of the following:
IELTS Academic Overall band minimum score of 6.5 (no individual band less than 6.0);
Bachelor degree from a country specified on the English Proficiency Bands page;
Successfully completed 0.375 EFTSL of study at postgraduate level or higher at an Australian higher education provider (or equivalent);
Where accepted, equivalent prior learning, including at least five years of relevant professional experience; or
Other tests, courses or programmes defined on the English Proficiency Bands page.
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Semester 1: Study full-time at Joondalup
Semester 2: Study full-time at Joondalup
Managing People and Organisations
Fundamentals of Value Creation in Business
Business in a Global Context
Financing of International Trade
Effective Workplace Participation
Strategic Leadership & Stakeholder Management
Working Across Cultures
Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Creativity
Unit from Specialisation
Note: Elective units must be selected from the School of Business & Law and be at Level 5 or 6.
Specialisations you can study in this course
One or more of the specialisations in this course is externally recognised when studied within this course. Refer to the specialisation for more information.
Cyber Security Studies
Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Human Resource Management
Supply Chain and Logistics Management
Course Learning Outcomes
Apply critical thinking and technical skills to solve authentic business problems.
Demonstrate effective communication and teamwork skills appropriate to cultural contexts.
Demonstrate mastery of a global body of discipline knowledge and practice, including knowledge of research principles and methods.
Independently initiate, plan and execute a substantial project to meet agreed deliverables.
Justify decisions and judgements that address a complex business issue considering the ethical and social consequences.
The course prepares graduates for employment and career progression across various disciplines, including, but not limited to; entrepreneurship and innovation, environmental management, finance, healthcare, human resources, information systems, international business, occupational health and safety, marketing, project management, and supply chain and logistics management.
Possible future job titles
Manager, Managing Director, Chief Information Officer, Analyst, Environmental Manager, Finance and Banking Manager, Government, Healthcare Manager, Human Resources Manager, IT Manager.