CSU's Master of Business Administration (Computing) aims to prepare students to move from management and supervisory positions into senior management, executive and CIO roles within the IT industry.
As the world moves from an economy of stand-alone companies to interdependent enterprises connected by the products of a global information infrastructure, students of CSU's Master of Business Administration (Computing) will benefit from educational opportunities that will ensure they become integrated information professionals equipped for the 21st Century.
The needs of existing IT managers who aspire to move upward into senior management positions will be catered to with the emphasis on exploiting information technologies for productivity and competitiveness.
Upon completion of this course, graduates will have acquired a firm understanding of the major areas of knowledge that underpin general management, including:
The Master of Business Administration (Computing) consists of 12 subjects (equivalent to 96 points). Students must complete eight core subjects as well as two restricted elective subjects and two (2) industry elective subjects.
To graduate from the Master of Business Administration (Computing), students must complete 96 points (12 subjects).
To be eligible for admission to this course, you will need to indicate your likelihood of success through previous studies and other attainments and experience.
Students with existing industry accreditation with the PMI or ITIL may be eligible for credit. Please liaise with the Course Coordinator for more information.
For each 8 point subject at CSU, students should normally expect to spend between 140-160 hours engaged in the specified learning and assessment activities (such as attending lectures or residential schools, assigned readings, tutorial assistance, individual or group research/study, forum activity, workplace learning, assignments or examinations). The student workload for some subjects may vary from these norms as a result of approved course design.
Students will be assessed on the basis of completed assignments, examinations, workplace learning, or other methods as outlined in specific subject outlines.
Where applicable, students are responsible for travel and accommodation costs involved in workplace learning experiences, or attending residential schools (distance education students).
Expectations relating to academic, workplace learning, time and cost requirements for specific subjects are provided in the subject outlines and in course materials.
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