Master of Business Administration

Charles Sturt University - CSU

Student rating (4.11) from 34 reviews

Overview

Masters Degree
Sydney
1.5 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

If you're a current or aspiring middle to senior manager, consider CSU's MBA. Our degree provides fundamental skills and knowledge so you can effectively manage an organisation, provide leadership and direction to a team of people, manage budgets and finances, guide marketing activities and help set your organisation's strategic direction.

Contemporary program
To ensure the relevance and currency of course content, our academics receive specialist advice through an MBA Advisory Committee, consisting of senior practitioners from a broad representation of sectors, including banking and finance, higher education, technology, human resources, recruitment, health, professional services and government.
Careers

CSU’s innovative MBA is designed to provide you with myriad career opportunities. You’ll develop the knowledge and skills for career growth and gain a competitive...

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Additional Information

CSU's MBA is workplace-focused and will allow you to develop skills and knowledge that can be readily applied in your professional life. The course...

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