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BUSINESS
Credit exemptions
You may be considered for credit exemption ( s ) if you have completed an / a :
QUALIFICATION Undergraduate degree in a relevant discipline 1 Undergraduate degree in an unrelated discipline 1 Honours degree in a relevant discipline 1 Honours degree in an unrelated discipline 1
Program Structure Sections B and C Sections A , B and C Section B Sections A and B
Research option
This degree offers a research pathway into the Monash Doctoral Program ( PhD ). Opt to complete the following electives to qualify :
• Introductory management research methods
• Research report ( introduction )
• Research report .
Experiential learning
STUDY TOUR Participate in site visits to local and international organisations , companies and institutions . This will help you to gain a better understanding of the impact of that location ’ s environment on business and its implications for management . Our students have been to China , Japan , Hong Kong , India and Korea where they ’ ve visited companies such as Boeing , Crédit Agricole , Hewlett-Packard and Samsung .
APPLIED BUSINESS PROJECT Get more hands-on experience by working on a project assigned by our industry partner . You ’ ll be guided through the processes of proposal writing , data collection and analysis , project implementation , business planning , and project reporting .
Entry requirements
Depending on your prior qualifications , you may be eligible for credit exemption ( s ), which reduces the duration .
ELIGIBILITY
Australian bachelor ’ s degree ( or equivalent ) in a related discipline 1
Average requirements
60 % 2
Duration ( Full-time )
1.5 years
Australian bachelor ’ s degree ( or equivalent ) in any discipline
60 % 2
2 years
Any other qualification deemed equivalent by the University + five years working experience in a relevant field .
Prerequisites
English : Monash ’ s minimum requirements apply ( Monash English Bridging is accepted ).
1 Relevant disciplines include any major within management , business , and economics with approval of the course coordinator . 2 In equivalent Monash University grading scale terms , a 100 % scale where 50 % is a pass .
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