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Business School
University of Tasmania
Program Name
MBA (Maritime & Logistics Management)
Description

The course is designed to provide a higher degree qualification for candidates who wish to extend the depth of skills and knowledge developed in previous undergraduate or postgraduate studies. It combines all the subjects of a traditional MBA with a strong maritime and logistics focus and provides the foundation for graduates to undertake senior management positions in the logistics and maritime industries.

This globally recognised MBA is available for study entirely by distance* or oncampus in Launceston, to suit your own individual preferences. Both study modes have the same content and receive identical, comprehensive study materials. Our study materials are augmented by online resources, regular contact with international teaching teams and dedicated support staff. AMC’s long history of delivering this program assures you that you will receive a high quality learning experience.

Students entering the Master program have two options available for study. They can choose to undertake the course fully by coursework or alternatively, partly by coursework with a final dissertation which is equivalent to three units of study.

On successful completion, MBA graduates may pursue a program of research by applying for Master of Philosophy/Doctor of Philosophy.

Duration
18 months
Commences
January, July
Indicative Fee
$28,473*
Structure
• 12 Subjects - full coursework option
OR
• 9 Subjects + 30,000 words dissertation (equivalent to 3 Subjects)
Type
Specialised
Study Mode
On-Campus, Online
Location
On-Campus: Launceston, Hobart, Tasmania, anywhere in Australia via distance
Entry Requirements
• A first degree in business or an associated discipline such as commerce, economics, law, management, transport and distribution, maritime studies or marine engineering, and at least two years appropriate work experience; or
• Hold a Certificate of Competency as a Master Class 1 or Engineer Class 1 together with extensive industry experience;or
• If an appropriate first degree or professional qualification is not held, prospective candidates may apply to the Department of Maritime and Logistics Management to consider their suitability. An applicant's suitability is assessed on various criteria including work experience, current managerial responsibilities and/or their GMAT score.International candidates from a non-English speaking background also need to have an overall IELTS score of 6.0 (no individual band less that 6.0)
Link
University of Tasmania MBA (Maritime & Logistics Management)
*fee is indicitive only check with provider for latest fee schedule (31502)

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