Master of Business Administration overview

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Master of Business Administration overview

CSU offers pathways to achieving the prestigious Master of Business Administration (MBA) for students from diverse academic and professional backgrounds. CSU's MBA is available by distance education, providing busy professionals with the opportunity to combine study with work or family commitments. You can study from almost anywhere, at a time that suits you.

  • Master of Business Administration (12 subjects)

    CSU's Master of Business Administration (12 subjects) is designed for students who hold an undergraduate degree and have at least three years of professional work experience. The course will build on your existing qualifications and experience, allowing you to take your career to the next level. You can choose from a wide range of specialisations to suit your career goals and interests.

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  • Master of Business Administration (16 subjects)

    CSU's Master of Business Administration (16 subjects) provides the opportunity for you to gain two specialisations within the MBA, or choose additional elective subjects.

    The 16 subject option in the Master of Business Administration also offers a pathway for students who hold an undergraduate degree or professional qualification, but have not yet gained three years of relevant work experience. If you enrol in this option, you will study a Professional Development subject sequence to enhance your practical and professional skills and give you extra preparation to meet your career goals.

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  • Graduate Diploma of Business Administration

    The Graduate Diploma of Business Administration is a program of 8 subjects, allowing you to enhance your professional skills with a shorter study commitment than enrolling in the Masters degree. If you decide to build on your qualifications later, you may be eligible for credit for the subjects completed in the Graduate Diploma.

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  • Graduate Certificate Business Administration

    Students who do not hold an undergraduate degree, but have significant professional workplace experience, can use the Graduate Certificate in Business Administration as a pathway to further study and to gaining the MBA. Typically students will be expected to have at least three years of relevant work experience, but students from other work and study backgrounds may be considered. This course can be the ideal way to get started towards an MBA, get a feel for what is expected of postgraduate university study, and develop your business knowledge and skills.

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