Master of Commerce University of Queensland - UQ

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Ranked #12 in our University Rankings
Masters Degree
1.5 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

The Master of Commerce is designed for managers with a background in commerce who want to update their knowledge, move into senior management, or shift into a new role.
This 18-month master's program is designed for applicants with approved qualifications in the same discipline and who can meet minimum GPA requirements. For a full list of admission requirements – see Program Details.Develop your knowledge of financial theory and practice in one or two of the following fields of study: Applied Finance, Information Systems, or Professional Accounting. Each field is designed to jumpstart or advance your professional knowledge. Choose from a range of electives and tailor your studies to your industry, interests or career goals. Electives cover a broad range of topics, including accounting, economics, and intellectual property. An industry work placement is also available.Undertake optional research courses or complete a supervised research project that addresses a relevant topic of your choice. You'll be involved in all aspects of research, from defining a topic and methodology to presenting your results.


Applied Finance
Information Systems
Professional Accounting


Graduates can expect to work in a range of fields, including management consulting, electronic retailing, stockbroking, banking and finance, or funds management.


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February 2018
Year completed 2017

I have studied Professional accounting. The course is relevant to the job market. And classes are engaging and faculty is generally good but sometimes it gets very stressful to manage assignments and coursework. It is quite hectic and a lot depends on the peers and teachers and how the equation is. It is difficult to adjust a...

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