Master of International Business
Course code: 2098 ~ Course abbreviation: MIntBus ~ Total credit points required: 72 ~ 1.5 years full-time, 3 years part-time ~ Managing faculty: Business and Economics
Study mode and course location
On- campus (Caulfield)
This course offers the opportunity to undertake an academically rigorous and professionally relevant program of study in contemporary international business issues. Knowledge gained from the course will provide graduates with the skills to lead their companies through the internationalisation process. The course is also relevant for those who seek career advancement in the public, inter-governmental and non-profit sectors, and others who wish to extend their skills in the analysis and interpretation of the global business environment.
The learning goals associated with this course are to: develop the capacity for high-level analysis of international and trans-national investment, trade, and management strategy in the context of globalisation; acquire key skills in communication and negotiation across business cultures; develop the ability to deal with issues in the international non-profit and inter-governmental sectors as these affect multinational corporations, study the links between international business strategies and societies, economies and political and legal regimes; bridge the gap between the theory of firm internationalisation and the actual internationalisation process in practice.
(a) Students must complete six core units (36 points) as follows:
(b) students must complete six elective units (36 points) from 9000-level or 5000-level graduate units subject to the following conditions:
Additional degree requirements:
It is recommended that students consult with the course coordinator to ensure their elective units form a coherent study program.
Students can exit early from this degree under the following conditions:
Details of educational requirements for professional recognition can be found under the Professional Recognition entry in the Faculty of Business and Economics section of the Postgraduate Handbook.
Department of Management: telephone +61 3 9903 2807; fax +61 3 9903 2718; email firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Susan Freeman