Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Qualification

Master Degree

Available Intakes

Bimonthly

Duration

2 years (full time)

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About

VIT’s Master of Business Administration (MBA) is a Post-Graduate course at Australian Qualification Framework (AQF) Level 9. This prestigious course offers a substantial opportunity for those who want to succeed in the world of business. The Master of Business Administration (MBA) at VIT is designed for professional people like you who wish to expand their horizons as business leaders. This course prepares you to apply the skills and knowledge to your workplace.

Course Information

Overview

Course Code : MBA9118
Cricos Code : 096671M
Duration : 2 years (full time); Subject to meeting criteria and availability
Delivery Locations :
  • Melbourne Campus: Level 14, 123 Queen Street, Melbourne Level 6-10, 235 Queen Street, Melbourne, Level 6, 118 Queen Street, Melbourne
  • Sydney Campus: Level 5 & 8, 333 Kent Street, Sydney
Delivery Mode : Online for Domestic and Overseas applicants
Blended Learning mode for International Students
Intake : Bimonthly (Refer to Intake Dates )
Course Qualification : Total 16 Units (96 Credit Points) without RPL
Total 12 units (72 Credit points) with RPL

Domestic Students

Course Fee : AUD $ 24,000
Payment Options : Fee-Help, Upfront, Payment Plan
Eligibility Criteria : Refer to Entry Requirements
Scholarship Programs : EQUITY Scholarship Program
VIT ACADEMIC ScholarshipProgram
How To Apply : Apply Here

International Students

Course Fee : AUD $ 48,000
Payment Options : Upfront, Payment Plan
Eligibility Criteria : Refer to Entry Requirements
Scholarship Programs : Merit Scholarship for MBA Course for November 2020 Intake
How To Apply : Apply Here

Course Structure with Specialisation

Whether you decide to pursue a general MBA or MBA with a specialization, we will ensure that the qualification you are completing is always industry focused and relevant internationally. To drive your future, we offer four MBA distinctive specializations.

Qualification Rule

To attain the MBA qualification, total 16 units (96 credit points) without RPL and total 12 units (72 credit points) with RPL. Core units: 8, Elective units: 16, Compulsory units: Business Project (equal to 12 credit points); Specialisation (4 available): Information System, Management, Tourism and Hospitality, Finance and Accounting

Exit Qualifications

Graduate Certificate of Business Administration (GCBA) – 4 Units Graduate Diploma of Business Administration (GDBA) – 8 Units

Course Structure

UNITS OF STUDY (SUBJECTS)
Unit Code Unit Name
Core Units
MBA5001 Managing the Task Environment
MBA5002 Managing Administration and Control
MBA5003 Managing Logistics and Technology
MBA5004 Managing Decision Making Processes
MBA5005 Managing Human Capital
MBA5006 Managing Organisational Behaviour
MBA5007 Managing Strategy and Innovation
MBA5008 Business Research Methods
MBA – Finance and Accounting (Specialisation)
MBA6001 Investment Management
MBA6002 Corporate Finance
MBA6003 Financial Analytics
MBA6004 Management and Financial Accounting
MBA – Information Systems (Specialisation)
MBA6101 Business Information Systems
MBA6102 IT Project Management
MBA6103 Agile Methodology
MBA6104 Business Process Modelling and Management
MBA – Management (Specialisation)
MBA6201 Quality Management
MBA6202 Managing Corporations Sustainability
MBA6203 Project Management
MBA6204 Managing the Quantitative Support of Decision Making
MBA – Tourism and Hospitality (Specialisation)
MBA6301 Event Management
MBA6302 Integrated Marketing Communications
MBA6303 Tourism Management Operations
MBA6304 Hospitality Management
SPECIALISATION UNIT – Business Project
MBA6400 Business Project (two Units)