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Business School
Charles Sturt University
Program Name
MBA
Description

CSU’s Master of Business Administration (MBA) offers busy professionals a highly flexible and workplace focused course that can fit in with lifestyle goals and commitments.

Increasing competition, global warming and decreasing supplies of renewable energy sources are among the challenges facing organisations that wish to have a sustainable future. To meet such challenges, organisations require managers with the intellectual ability and skills necessary to manage people and businesses in turbulent environments.
Why study this degree?

With a focus on the fundamentals of the key business areas, CSU’s MBA will provide you with the opportunity to engage with the latest management theories and cutting edge business practice. It is this focus on sound management theory, along with the latest findings from industry, that equips our graduates with the critical skills necessary to become a more effective manager and a future business leader. Our MBA curriculum is constantly reviewed to ensure the content and delivery are of global quality and the standard expected of a leading international business school.

Duration
18 months
Commences
February, July
Indicative Fee
$36,256*
Specialisations
5 key knowledge areas:
• Leadership & Change
• Strategic thinking
• Innovation & Entrepreneurship
• Finance
• Ethical practices & social responsibility
Structure
MBA with 12 Subjects (96 credits):
• 4 Core subjects
• 4 Foundation subjects
• 4 Specialised and/or Restrictive subjects
OR
MBA with 16 Subjects (128 points):
• 4 Core subjects
• 4 Foundation subjects
• 8 Specialised and/or Restrictive subjects

Type
Generic
Study Mode
On-Campus, Online
Location
On-Campus: Melbourne, Victoria and anywhere in Australia via distance
Entry Requirements
MBA (12 Subjects):An undergraduate degree from a recognised tertiary institution and/or an equivalent professional qualification and a minimum of three years' relevant work experience.MBA (16 Subjects):An undergraduate degree from a recognised tertiary institution and/or an equivalent professional qualification. Applicants must also have a minimum of three years' relevant work experience.Students who do not meet the work experience entry requirement may be admitted to the program, but must complete the Professional Development subject sequence as part of the 16 subject programAll applicants will be deemed to have sufficient English proficiency
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Charles Sturt University MBA
*fee is indicitive only check with provider for latest fee schedule (69510)

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