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Master of Management MMNT

Program focus


The focus of this program is to provide a high-level, professionally
oriented set of postgraduate courses for students who wish to further
their career prospects in senior management positions. The graduate
will gain an advanced understanding of theory and practice in the
broad areas of management, marketing and leadership to enable them
to address the challenges of managing in a rapidly changing global
business environment.

Study Mode

Online Education, Distance Learning & External study modes available

Duration

1 year full-time, up to 4 years part-time

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Program aims

The general aims of this program are to:

  • provide graduates with an advanced understanding of contemporary
    management, marketing and leadership concepts, trends, theories and
    practices

  • provide graduates with a set of tools in order to conceptualise
    problems and develop solutions to management issues

  • assist graduates in clarifying their managerial career aspirations
    and to instil confidence in graduates to progress their career aspirations
    to the best of their capabilities

  • respond to and meet the demands of public and private sector
    organizations for management, marketing and leadership talents.


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Program objectives

On successful completion of the Master of Management program,
students will be able to:

  • demonstrate advanced understanding of the key theories and practices
    of managing for sustainability

  • display competence in areas relevant to management and marketing
    practice at middle to senior levels

  • apply their knowledge of current behavioural, policy and strategic
    issues in order to improve organisational efficiency and sustainability

  • use written communication skills to interact effectively with
    other people at all work levels

  • analyse developments in a chosen area of management, marketing
    or leadership and critically evaluate relationships between such developments
    and contemporary theory and practice

  • demonstrate a commitment to ongoing managerial development.


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Program structure

Students must complete 8 courses as follows:

Area of study Number of units
4 core courses (compulsory) 4 units
4 courses from one of the following specialisations:
  • Environmental Management and Sustainable Development

  • Human Resource Management

  • Leadership

  • Marketing

  • Occupational Health and Safety

  • Professional Studies

  • General


4 units
Total 8 units

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Core courses

The Master of Management comprises 4 core courses (compulsory):

Course Semester/mode of offer Toowoomba campus Semester/mode of offer Springfield campus
MGT8002 Strategic Management S2 (EXT, WEB), S3 (ONC, EXT, WEB)
MGT8032 International Management S1
MGT8033 Leading Organisational Change S2 (ONC, EXT, WEB) S2
MKT8003 Services Marketing Management S2 (EXT, WEB)

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Major studies

In this section:

  • Environmental Management and Sustainable Development specialisation
  • Human Resource Management specialisation
  • Leadership specialisation
  • Marketing specialisation
  • Occupational Health and Safety specialisation
  • Professional Studies specialisation
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Environmental Management and Sustainable Development specialisation


Course Semester/mode of offer Toowoomba campus Semester/mode of offer Springfield campus
ECO8010 Corporations and Sustainable Development (Formerly
MGT8010).
S1 (EXT, WEB)
ECO8011 Global Issues in Environmental Management and Sustainability (Formerly
MGT8011).
S2 (EXT, WEB)
ECO8012 Tools and Techniques for Sustainable Development (Formerly
MGT8012).
S2 (EXT, WEB)
POL8013 Environmental Politics and Policy (Formerly
MGT8013).
S1 (EXT, WEB)

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Human Resource Management specialisation


Course Semester/mode of offer Toowoomba campus Semester/mode of offer Springfield campus
MGT8030 Performance Management and People Development S1 (EXT, WEB)
MGT8031 Global Issues in Employment Relations S2 (EXT, WEB)
MGT8034 Strategic Management of Human Resources and Innovation S3 (EXT, WEB)
MGT8035 Management Consulting S1 (EXT, WEB)

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Leadership specialisation


Course Semester/mode of offer Toowoomba campus Semester/mode of offer Springfield campus
MGT8037 Team Leadership S2 (EXT, WEB)
MGT8038 Leadership Development S1 (EXT, WEB)
MGT8039 Strategic Leadership S3 (EXT, WEB)
MGT8040 Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Creativity S2 (EXT, WEB)

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Marketing specialisation


Course Semester/mode of offer Toowoomba campus Semester/mode of offer Springfield campus
MBA8000 Business Ethics and Sustainability S1, S2 S1
MKT8001 Buyer Behaviour S1 (EXT, WEB)
MKT8002 International Marketing S1 (EXT, WEB)
MKT8009 Integrated Marketing Communication S2 (EXT, WEB)

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Occupational Health and Safety specialisation


Course Semester/mode of offer Toowoomba campus Semester/mode of offer Springfield campus
MGT8014 Human Factors S2 (EXT, WEB)
MGT8015 Corporate Occupational Health and Safety S1 (EXT, WEB)
MGT8016 Occupational Health and Occupational Hygiene S2 (EXT, WEB)
MGT8017 Safety Science in Practice S1 (EXT, WEB)

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Professional Studies specialisation


Course Semester/mode of offer Toowoomba campus Semester/mode of offer Springfield campus
Any 2 courses from one of the specialisations listed above
BUS8101 Business Project A* S1(EXT), S2, S3
BUS8102 Business Project B * S1(EXT), S2, S3

Footnotes
*subject to approval
of Director of Coursework Studies and availability of supervisor
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Exit points

A student who chooses not to complete or who does not maintain
good standing in this program may be permitted to exit with a Postgraduate Certificate in Business provided that they have
successfully met the requirements of that program.

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