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Business School
Flinders University
Program Name
MBA (Advanced)
Description

The Master of Business Administration (Advanced)is a 72-unit program which is part of the Graduate Program in Business Administration offered by the Flinders Business School within the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences. It articulates with the 18-unit Graduate Certificate in Business Administration and the 36-unit Graduate Diploma in Business Administration, and the sequentially developed topics allow progression through the three awards.

The Master of Business Administration (Advanced) also offers the opportunity for specialisation in one of 6 distinctive fields – International Business, Finance, Biotechnology, Tourism, Education and Health. This degree offers the business acumen required by graduates of all disciplines, and specialised knowledge to enhance career opportunities in specific fields, particularly for those entering such organisations or progressing their profession in management or consulting positions.

Students who have completed the Graduate Diploma normally receive credit for up to 36 units of topics towards the Masters degree.

Alternatively, students enrolled directly in the Masters program may choose only to meet the requirements for the Graduate Certificate or Graduate Diploma and exit with that qualification.

Duration
2 years
Commences
February, July
Indicative Fee
$34,912*
Structure
72 Subjects consists of:
• 18 compulsory core topics
• 18 elective core topics
• 36 further elective core and/or specialisation topics
Type
Generic
Study Mode
On-Campus
Location
Adelaide, South Australia
Entry Requirements
Applicants for the Master of Business Administration (Advanced) must normally hold a bachelor degree from an approved tertiary institution, OR have completed the Graduate Diploma of Business Administration.
Link
Flinders University MBA (Advanced)
*fee is indicitive only check with provider for latest fee schedule (142539)

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