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Business School
Southern Cross University
Program Name

The MBA develops business knowledge and practical skills to help graduates advance their careers in today’s competitive global markets. Students gain a broad understanding of contemporary management operations, learn industry-relevant skills and develop solutions to complex business situations. They enhance their professional expertise by completing practical assessment activities in leadership, problem solving and communication skills. The MBA provides the option to study broadly across a comprehensive suite of business disciplines and the opportunity to specialise.

Designed for those actively working in professional business roles, the MBA includes a research project which students apply directly to their workplace.

2 years
Indicative Fee
Business in the Asia Pacific Region
Convention and Events Management
Entrepreneurship and New Venture Creation
Financial Management
Gaming Management
Health Services Management
Hotel Management
Information and Knowledge Management
Managing and Leading People
Tourism Management
12 units

6 core units

6 elective units
Study Mode
On-Campus, Online
On-Campus: Sydney, New South Wales, Melbourne, Victoria, Brisbane, Queensland, Perth, Western Australia, Adelaide, South Australia, Canberra, ACT, Darwin, Northern Territory, Armidale, New South Wales, Bunbury, Western Australia, Cairns, Queensland, Crawley, Western Australia, Gardens Point, Gold Coast, Queensland, Hobart, Tasmania, Hong Kong, Launceston, Tasmania, Newcastle, New South Wales, Ningbo, China, Parramatta, New South Wales, Robina, Queensland, Shanghai, China, Singapore, Springfield, Queensland, St Lucia, Caribbean, Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Toowoomba, Queensland, Townsville, Queensland and anywhere in Australia via distance
Entry Requirements
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Southern Cross University MBA
*fee is indicitive only check with provider for latest fee schedule (15505)

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