Our Master of Management suite is designed for recent graduates from all disciplines, those with minimal or no work experience and early career changers. The degree offers a sound business foundation and perspective, and specialised knowledge in your area of choice.
The Master of Management suite of programs consists of our:
- Master of Management
- Master of Management (Accounting and Finance)
- Master of Management (Accounting)
- Master of Management (Finance)
- Master of Management (Human Resources)
- Master of Management (Marketing)
We also have a comprehensive range of graduate programs for people who have previously studied a business discipline.
Melbourne Business School Masters degrees offer advanced training for the consulting industry including our unique and highly competitive Global Business Practicum (GBP) and Melbourne Business Practicum (MBP)subjects. The Practicums see teams of students assigned to a host company to undertake a real business consulting project.
The experience plays an important role in bridging the hap between academic learning and the commercial world and offer excellent career preparation. Previous host organisations include, KPMG in Shanghai, PwC in Hong Kong, QBE in Kuala Lumpur and ANZ, NAB and LinkedIn in Melbourne.
The Practicum subjects are available to students in the Master of Management programs as well as a number of other Melbourne Business School degrees.
Learn from our Graduates
Hear from Master of Management (Marketing) graduate, Jessica Kermeci, Account Manager at McCann Australia, on why she found gaining general management skills in addition to specific marketing knowledge has benefitted her career.
Foundation subjects are usually taken in the first semester of study, followed by a sequence of compulsory discipline core and elective subjects depending on the area of chosen specialisation. The number of electives you may choose varies with each degree.
The Master of Management suite are 200 point or 2-year full-time degree programs (part-time available for local students). Graduates with a undergraduate degree in business/commerce or related discipline are eligible to complete their degree in 1.5 years full-time (or part-time equivalent for local students), excluding the Master of Management (Accounting and Finance).