In today's world, almost all big business is international, and the Master of Management (International Business) will give its graduates the career edge they need. International Management investigates issues involved in managing across borders. It examines how multinational enterprises achieve and sustain competitive advantage in an interdependent global economy. International management draws on business strategy, other functional areas of management and contextual studies of particular regions and countries.
For those already a few years into a career, there is every possibility that your business or management experience will gain you entry into a masters level management degree program that will put you in line for a top management position.
Online Education, Distance Learning & External study modes available
Employment opportunities exist for graduates looking to operate in the international business sphere or direct their career into positions such as International Marketing Executive, International Finance Executive, Business Analyst, Manager in International Business or International Public Relations Executive. This program is relevant for those planning careers with parent companies having foreign subsidiaries, export oriented firms and public sector bodies involved in cross-border commercial issues.
Course Overview At A Glance
|Program at a glance |
|Duration ||1.5 years full-time, 2-3 years part-time |
|Availability/Campus Contact || Domestic - BNE; GDC; MEL; ROK; SYD; External |
International - BNE; GDC; MEL; ROK; External
|Courses/Units of Credit ||9 courses/72 units of credit |
|Faculty || Business and Law |
|How to Apply ||direct |
|Entry Requirements || |
|Professional Accreditation ||not applicable |
|Residential School ||not applicable |
|Practicum/Work placement ||not applicable |
|Exit Awards || not applicable |
|Interim Awards || Graduate Diploma of Management , Graduate Certificate in Management |
|Post Nominal ||MMgt(IntBus) |
|Be What You Want To Be ||Phone: 13CQUni (132786); Enquire: Admissions |
|CRICOS Codes || 052444G - QLD / 054484F - VIC (The Faculty hopes to offer this program to International Students at SYD in 2005 but must first gain university approval and government CRICOS endorsement. Check the Faculty website for latest information on availability to International Students before making an application. International Student visas cannot be issued without a program having a CRICOS code.) |
This program is for students who expect to operate in the international business sphere. The program begins with courses in management, marketing and human resources management, and offers a range of more advanced courses which deal with issues in international business.
Students must complete 9 courses (72 units of credit) to graduate with the Master of Management (International Business).
These courses will include:
- 1 compulsory course
- 5 courses (from a choice of 9 courses)
- 3 electives
1 compulsory course
|Course Code ||Course Name |
| MGMT20124 || People, Work & Organisations |
5 of the following courses
|Course Code ||Course Name |
| HRMT20006 || Human Resources Management in the Asia Pacific |
| HRMT20021 || Global HRM |
| MRKT20018 || Global Marketing |
| LAWS20038 || International Business Law |
| LAWS20055 || International Contracts and Business Transactions |
| LAWS20042 || Law of Electronic Commerce and the Internet |
| MRKT20027 || Internet and Electronic Marketing |
| FINC20008 || International Finance |
| FINC20007 || Financial Market Analysis |
Plus 3 electives
from the postgraduate courses offered by the Faculty of Business and law or another Faculty with approval from the Dean. In choosing electives, students should ensure that prerequisites are met for the courses selected from the list above.
It is recommended that students undertake the course MGMT20112 Strategy Development and Initiatives as late as possible in their program of study.