Management used to be about organising, directing and controlling, but times have changed. It refers to the process of employing resources to achieve organisational goals and customer needs. Today’s managers are facing new challenges, often with teams working across a range of locations, and must adapt to a constantly shifting set of macro conditions.
You will learn how to identify opportunities, assess challenges and find the best solutions to real-world management issues. You will work with organisations on projects to develop the skills and knowledge you need to become a successful manager.
You can use your Management Degree to explore exciting career paths, such as making a real difference to not-for-profit and charity organisations across the world. The study of management explores a wide range of relevant issues, theories and perspectives to prepare you for challenges at managerial level.
Students have the option to enrol for either Single or Double Majors.
Building Enterprise Skills
Consulting and Freelancing
Organisational Theory and Behaviour
Making it Real: Operations and Project Management for Scale
Global Strategic Management
Standing in the Nexus: Bridging People and Networks
Global Media and Communication
Social, Games and Mobile Media
Media Governance and Globalisation
Global Media and Culture
Communicating Global Issues
Students are required to complete the following common units:
Applicants with a Polytechnic Diploma may be exempted from up to 12 units and can gain entry to Year 2 of the programme. Applicants with a Murdoch University-recognised Kaplan Diploma or a private Diploma may be exempted from up to 8 units and can also gain entry to Year 2 of the programme. The programme can be completed in 16 months instead of 28 months and applicants have the option to enrol for either Single or Double Majors.
The Bachelor’s Degree programme accepts a wide range of qualifications with advanced standing.
Students will attend a combination of lectures, tutorials and workshops in this programme, and they have the flexibility to plan their study schedule and attend classes once or twice a week depending on their study load. Classes are conducted on weekday evenings or weekends to suit the busy schedules of students enrolled in this programme. Each unit is supported with 24 contact hours.
The Pro Vice-Chancellor of Transnational Education & Deputy Dean of Murdoch University are based in Singapore to oversee all academic aspects and ensure a high standard of academic delivery here.
Each unit is assessed by any combination of class participation, written assignments, project or examinations. Assessment methods may vary according to individual unit requirements.
The total fee covers university registration, lectures/tutorials/workshops and assessments such as assignments/tests/examinations/projects (where applicable), programme materials in digital format, Degree (if earned) and transcript.