MBA – Master of Business Administration
Typical Duration / Standard Study Option 2 years / 12 subjects / 6 trimesters
Structure / 12 subjects: 6 core + 6 electives
CAREER OUTCOMES / Management consultant / Entrepreneur / Leadership trainer / Research analyst
START DATE / March, July, September + November
The Master of Business Administration (MBA) is widely regarded as the preferred qualification for professionals wanting to pursue a career in strategic management. An MBA can advance your career, expand your professional network, offer higher earning potential and develop your leadership skills.
Our MBA program has been acknowledged globally in the 2020 PIEoneer awards for its innovative and future-focused content delivery.
This course is also available online.
You will have the opportunity to tailor your degree by selecting electives aligned to your interests and career requirements. If you would like to focus on a particular field, we offer eight specialisations to choose from:
If you are not planning to specialise one of these areas, please continue reading for more information about our general MBA.
Adelaide / Brisbane / Melbourne / Perth / Sydney / Online
Course Learning Outcomes
Students enrolled in the Master of Business Administration at Kaplan Business School will learn how to:
- Apply knowledge related to fundamental business processes to make effective business decisions in a global context
- Integrate business knowledge to take well-reasoned action in diverse situations
- Innovate to address business issues and opportunities in dynamic environments
- Demonstrate the leadership necessary to accomplish business goals and maximize organisational performance
- Evaluate the ethical and social implications of business decisions in a global context
All students applying to study at Kaplan Business School must satisfy the entry requirements for the desired course.
Recognition of prior learning (RPL)
Students may be eligible for credit for academic work previously completed and should apply to the School for this to be recognised as an exemption from individual subjects of study.