The Master of Management creates business leaders who are ready to take on challenging roles within contemporary organisations across a range of industry sectors.
Managers increasingly require a broad set of advanced theoretical knowledge and applied techniques in order to be able to lead organisations through periods of complexity, uncertainty and change.
The Master of Management is designed to provide highly developed business knowledge and skills that are the basis of responsible leadership, ethical decision-making and the effective management of organisations operating in the private,
not-for-profit and public sectors.
This course will not only prepare you for a leadership role; it will teach you how to work effectively, apply contemporary management practices and demonstrate key management skills and attributes.
|CRICOS course code:||078929F|
|Degree length:||2 years (or part-time equivalent)|
|Industry training:||600 hours|
|Study mode:||On-campus (Sydney CBD & Manly, NSW)|
|Next intake:||July 2018 – apply now|
The Master of Management is structured to provide you with the perfect balance of theoretical coursework and practical experience.
The Master of Management consists of the following:
- 3 semesters (12 subjects) of in-depth coursework studies plus a Work Integrated Industry Research Project, where you will undertake work integrated learning for 600 hours and apply your knowledge to real business issues.
- Delivery through a combination of small lectures, tutorials, workshops and industry research to cater for a range of learning styles.
- The two-year course duration means international students are eligible for a two-year post-study work visa.
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 problems.
- possess an integrated understanding of ethics, social responsibility and cultural awareness in business and management.
- generate soundly researched, evidence-based and create solutions for business problems.
- apply theoretical knowledge and advanced professional skills generated through research, reflective practice and observations in a work context.
- reflect on and evaluate personal management and leadership styles.
Graduates of the Master of Management will benefit from a variety of enhanced career opportunities. Graduates will find employment in a range of organisational settings in the public, private and third sectors. Roles may include general management, business strategy and policy, corporate governance, quality assurance, finance, planning, business analyst, operations and logistics, human resource management, sales, marketing and consulting.
Students who meet the admission requirements for the Master of Management and have completed a cognate undergraduate degree (e.g. Business, Marketing, Management, Commerce), may be granted advanced standing and enter the Master of Management in semester two (2).
Any application for advanced standing must be accompanied by appropriate supporting documentation such as a university transcript. Any decision on advanced standing will be consistent with the ICMS Academic Credit Policy.
Typical Study Pattern
- Managing People and Organisations (PG)
- Economics and Finance for Business (PG)
- Accounting Fundamentals (PG)
- Principles of Marketing (PG)
- Strategic Intelligence (PG)
- Entrepreneurship and Innovation (PG)
- International Finance (PG)
- Foundations of Management Thought (PG)
- Leadership Skills (PG)
- Managing Service Relationships (PG)
- Service Operations Management (PG)
- Work Integrated Learning Postgraduate