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- access to professional online business databases
- a specialist business librarian.
Broaden your career prospects and prepare for a management or leadership role in the marketing industry.
Studying the Master of Business (Marketing) will help you learn to think strategically, take initiative and deliver ethical and practical outcomes based on business objectives.
You will study the science and theory of marketing in the dynamic local and global business environment. Develop key business skills in areas including statistics, economics and sustainability. You’ll also become adept at marketing techniques, including in the digital environment.
This course includes a research component – you can focus on a particular area of interest, which could lead to further postgraduate research opportunities.
We have a strong research focus, which is kept practical and relevant through our industry connections. You’ll have the chance to apply marketing methods to real-world research projects, in areas such as:
You’ll work on your own or in a team to apply your knowledge to consultancy-based tasks. You’ll analyse and anticipate user needs, and study existing business practices and solutions.
This practical experience will ensure you graduate ready to meet the demands of a marketing management role.
Marketing is a dynamic and constantly evolving field. Our graduates go on to successful careers in a range of senior marketing and management roles.
You will have technical knowledge and skills to work in businesses and non-profit organisations across a range of areas such as:
Employment for advertising and marketing specialists has grown recently and is expected to keep growing (JobOutlook).
Example job titles include:
The average annual salary in Australia is:
On successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
|1.||Critically reflect upon theoretical approaches by evaluating their application to effective marketing practice.|
|2.||Justify and interpret theoretical propositions and related bodies of knowledge to critically evaluate the resolution of marketing problems and recommend marketing actions realigned for contemporary and emerging business settings.|
|3.||Critically apply cross-disciplinary knowledge in decision making with creativity for dynamic and new contexts.|
|4.||Evidence accountability in autonomous and collaborative judgements and innovative strategic thinking in response to contemporary and future marketing challenges.|
|5.||Work as a reflective practitioner to formulate, implement and evaluate industry- specific investigations to resolve complex marketing problems and inform management decision making.|
|6.||Communicate effectively with specialist and non- specialist audiences including multi-disciplinary teams, diverse cultural communities, business and other professional organisations.|
|7.||Exemplify professional leadership in a dynamic 21st century work environment, acting consistently, ethically and in a socially responsible manner.|
|8.||Plan and execute a substantial research based project to generate and evaluate complex ideas and concepts at abstract and practical levels.|
To attain the Master of Business (Marketing), students will be required to complete 192 credit points (equivalent to 16 units) consisting of:
12 credit points (equivalent to 1 unit) capstone research project unit; and,
24 credit points (equivalent to 2 units) elective units. Students to select from any postgraduate units from across the University (subject to availability). Please check any pre-requisite requirements prior to enrolling.
12 credit points (equivalent to 1 unit) research proposal unit; and,
24 credit points (equivalent to 2 units) minor thesis unit.
Research Component Option 1
Research Component Option 2
Research Component Option 1
Elective 1 from any of the university postgraduate courses (unit offering is subject to availability)
Elective 2 from any of the university postgraduate courses (unit offering is subject to availability)
Research Component Option 2
Students will not normally be permitted to commence the minor thesis component of the course until they have satisfied requirements in at least four specialist units of study and two research units (BMO6630 and BHO5583 or equivalent units)
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