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PROGRAM OVERVIEW

This course can serve as an entry and exit point for the Master of Business Administration (MBA). The course requires study of the first eight units of the MBA.

DURATION

1 year full-time or 2 years part-time

International students are required to maintain a full-time study load on campus basis

DELIVERY SITE

On campus (Eveleigh NSW 2015; Hobart TAS 7000Highgate WA 6003)

APPLICATION DATE

Refer to key dates

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

  • An Australian bachelor's degree (or equivalent qualification, including an overseas qualification*), 
  • Completion of a Graduate Certificate in Financial Planning, OR
  • Completion of IMC's Postgraduate Preparation Program,
  • Eight years' relevant work experience.

Find out if your overseas qualification is recognised and meets the Entry Requirements.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS

CREDIT ARRANGEMENT

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is available and will be assessed in accordance with IMC's RPL policy and procedure. Please refer to the Application for Recognition of Prior Learning and the RPL policy and procedure for further details. No RPL will be granted for prior working experience.

COURSE STRUCTURE

The course contains: 8 subjects

Term 1 Core Subjects

  • TMKT601 Marketing Management
  • TMGT602 Individual, Group and Organisational Behaviour
  • TACC602 Accounting for Business
  • TECO602 Economic Environment of Business

Exit with a Graduate Certificate in Business Administration


Term 2 Core Subjects

Exit with a Graduate Diploma of Business Administration


*Elective subjects are available from IMC's Master of International Business and Master of Marketing & Public Relations.

To qualify for the degree of Master of Business Administration a student must complete 16 subjects (96 credit points) including 14 core subjects and 2 elective subjects.

ASSESSMENT METHODS

Assessment methods are designed to encourage learning, provide feedback and measure achievement of unit learning outcomes. Forms of assessment vary among units and include research reports, projects, essays, group work, presentations, problem solving and case studies as well as tests, quizzes and examinations. Students may be required to complete assessment tasks alone or in groups to encourage development of generic skills. Assessments generally require a written submission but may include an oral presentation. In capstone units, assessments may include industry engagement and an extensive report. 

PATHWAY TO EMPLOYMENT / FURTHER LEARNING

Employment opportunities exist in senior and middle management positions in business (sales, marketing, finance, accounting, general management, operations), government, non-profit and non-governmental organisations. Careers include general management, marketing, entrepreneurship and start-ups, consulting and operations.