|Business School / Provider
|University of New England (UNE) (UNE Business School)
|February, June, November
University of New England MBA Course Overview
Our MBA will challenge you to think in new ways and encourage you to apply that learning immediately. From day one, you will be testing your knowledge against the real world, integrating it into your thinking and becoming a more effective and adaptable manager in the process.
The MBA enables students to develop a broad range of management skills and also provides the opportunity to specialise by majoring in human resource management, marketing, project management, leadership or international business.
As a signatory to the United Nations Principles of Responsible Management Education (PRME) the UNE Business School is committed to embedding corporate social responsibility and sustainability into our curriculum.
University of New England MBA Course Structure
Specified or Unspecified Advanced Standing granted for candidates who have an AQF Level 7 Bachelor qualification in a relevant discipline and have at least two years of full-time equivalent relevant professional experience.The Program of Study will be determined by which units in the course have been awarded as Specified Advanced Standing. The full Program of Study for the course is displayed below.
University of New England MBA must complete 24 to 48 credit points from the following units:
- MM405 Advanced Organisational Behaviour – 6 points
- MM431 Marketing Management – 6 points
- MM521 Processes of Management – 6 points
- MM523 Strategic Management Research Project – 6 points
- MM540 Managerial Thinking and Decision Making – 6 points
- MM551 Business Ethics, CSR and Sustainability – 6 points
- MM573 Management of Change – 6 points
Students must also complete 6 credit points from the following units:
- AFM420 Accounting and Finance for Business – 6 points
- AFM442 Financial Instruments and Markets – 6 points
- AFM504 Financial Statement Analysis – 6 points
- AFM522 Small Business Finance – 6 points
- AFM531 Managerial Finance – 6 points
- BUS501 Business and Economic Analysis of Chains and Networks – 6 points
- ECON406 Economics for Management – 6 points
- QM461 Quantitative Techniques for Management – 6 points
Students must also complete 0 to 24 credit points with at least 6 credit points at 500-level from any unit in the UNE Business School, or any unit from across the University, subject to candidates meeting overall course requirements and prerequisite and timetabling requirements for individual units.
What the University of New England Says
Our University of New England Online MBA will challenge you to think in new ways and encourage you to apply that learning immediately. From day one, you will be testing your knowledge against the real world, integrating it into your thinking and becoming a more effective and adaptable manager in the process.
At UNE, online study is about flexibility and support that can only be provided by a university that has long understood the challenges faced by adults balancing work, family/life and study. We have three teaching periods (trimesters), commencing in February, June and October, giving you greater choice about when and how much you study each year.
All units are delivered through our online learning platform and are developed by skilled educational designers in order to maximise your learning experience.
Our units are taught by internationally recognised academics who have a strong track record in research and a wealth of experience in business and industry. Staff are continually commended by graduates for their enthusiastic and proactive engagement with students.
We offer a highly personalised education experience, helping you navigate your studies and to achieve your career aspirations
Candidates who meet the course requirements shall be awarded the Master of Business Administration.
A candidate shall submit a Statement of Service for their work experience from their employer; and:
(a) hold an AQF Level 7 Bachelor qualification in a relevant discipline* and at least two years of full time equivalent relevant work experience, or
(b) hold an AQF Level 7 Bachelor qualification in a non-relevant discipline and have at least two years of full time equivalent relevant work experience. or
(c) hold an AQF Level 8 Graduate Certificate or Graduate Diploma or Honours qualification plus at least two years of full time equivalent relevant work experience, or
(d) hold an AQF Level 9 Masters qualification or above and at least two years of full time equivalent relevant work experience.