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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.
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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