Enhance your professional, management, communication and decision-making skills with the Graduate Certificate of Business.
Managers increasingly require highly developed knowledge and a broad set of applied techniques in order to be able to function effectively in contemporary business organisations.
The Graduate Certificate of Business is designed to expose students to contemporary business theories, concepts and skills that are the basis of successful management across a range of economic sectors.
The course focuses on developing advanced conceptual, transferable and professional attributes through a program of student-centred learning.
Upon completion of the Graduate Certificate of Business, students may be eligible to articulate (enter) into the second semester of any ICMS Masters course.
|CRICOS course code:||078930B|
|Degree length:||18 weeks (one semester)|
|Study mode:||On-campus (Sydney CBD)|
|Next intake:||July 2019 – apply now|
The course may be studied on a full-time basis comprising four core subjects of 4 credit points each over an 18-week semester, or part-time equivalent.
|600||ACC601||Accounting for Business Decisions||N/A||4|
|600||ECO600||Economics and Finance for Business||N/A||4|
|600||MGT604||Managing in the Global Context||N/A||4|
Course learning outcomes
Upon completion of this course, graduates will be able to:
- possess an advanced understanding of key management concepts and skills underpinning business operations.
- critique a range of contemporary social, economic, political and cultural factors facing organisations in the new economy.
- communicate effectively with a diverse range of stakeholders.
- synthesise and articulate information in order to generate evidence-based and sustainable solutions for business partners.
Upon completion of the Graduate Certificate of Business, students will benefit from a range of enhanced career opportunities. Graduates will find employment in a range of organisational settings in roles such as general management, business strategy, planning and operations, human resource management, sales and marketing.
Typical Study Pattern
- Managing in the Global Context
- Economics and Finance for Business
- Accounting for Business Decisions
- Contemporary Marketing