AUT - MBA programme details

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MBA programme details

Master of Business Administration is designed for people aspiring to general or divisional management or chief executive positions – those wanting to transform their careers and be at the forefront of business leadership.

The postgraduate certificate and diploma provide a study pathway towards the Masters degree.

 

Programme Code: AK3717
Level: 9
Points: 180
Duration: 1 to 1 1/2 years full time / 2 to 4 years part time
Venue: City Campus
Application deadline: Students are advised to apply as soon as possible to secure a place.

Duration

AUT's MBA is designed to offer you maximum flexibility. This allows you to continue working full time while completing your MBA part time.

You can choose the number of papers taken in any given term to fit around work demands, travel, and personal commitments provided you complete the qualification (180 points) within the required time period of four years.

Full time students usually complete the MBA within 18mths, however you can fast track and complete the qualification in one year.

Part time, the MBA usually takes between two to four years.

  • Each paper involves six weeks of class learning
  • One three-hour class per week
  • This is followed by an examination week then a one week preparation period for the following term

You may commence the MBA at any one of the six terms as listed in the current 2013 schedule below.

The 2014 timetable is available here (pdf to view online or download)


2014 MBA KEY DATES

 

Term Commences

Induction

Exam Week

AUT & Public Holidays

Term 1

6 January

10 January

17 February

27 January Auckland Anniversary

6 February Waitangi Day

Term 2

3 March

28 February

14 April

18 April Good Friday, 21-22 April Easter Break

25 April ANZAC Day

Term 3

28 April

2 May

9 June

2 June Queen's Birthday

Term 4

23 June

20 June

4 August

 

Term 5

18 August

15 August

29 September

 

Term 6

13 October

10 October

24 November

27 October Labour Day



MBA Induction

MBA Induction is normally held on the Friday before the commencement of term. Induction welcomes you to the programme and gives you the information you need about AUT and the MBA, including:

  • International student session
  • Postgraduate study success seminars such as:
    • Critical thinking & academic writing
    • Databases, referencing and plagiarism
    • Goals and study options
  • Information systems
  • Library information
  • Enrolment and administration guidance
  • Collecting textbooks
  • City campus tour

Structure

To graduate with an MBA you must successfully complete 180 points, which is made up of core and elective papers. You can choose to specialise in a particular discipline and extend your studies in that field. Students who complete a minimum of 37.5 points of elective papers within a particular discipline (as specified in the academic calendar) may graduate with an endorsement on their degree.

All papers are 7.5 points each unless stated otherwise.

Core Papers (135 points)
378904 Macroeconomics for Business
398905 Foundations of Finance
468910 Human Resource Management
468911 Operations Management

468913 Leadership and Personal Development
468961 Organisational Change Management
469907 Information Technology Management

488915 Marketing Management

ACCT840 Accounting for Managers
BUSS995 Applied Business Project (30 points)
INTB840 Global Business Perspectives
MGMT840 Cognition and Performance
MGMT940 Business Strategy
MGMT941 Business Strategy Simulation
SUSE840 Sustainability and Change

Specialisations and additional papers (45 points)
You choose a further 45 points of papers from the list below.  To gain a specialisation you must complete at least 37.5 points from one of the specialisation areas below. 

Human Resource Management
468912 International Human Resource Management
468962 Cross Cultural Management
468964 Employment Relations
468967 Organisational Behaviour
469906 Personal and Professional Development
469914 Negotiation
469964 High Performance Teams

International Business
379933 International Trade for Business
468912 International Human Resource Management
468962 Cross Cultural Management
488914 International Marketing
INTB841 International Business Strategy and Management
INTB842 International Business and Emerging Markets

Marketing
469962 Sustainable Design and Marketing
488914 International Marketing
488916 Marketing Strategy
488980 Business to Business Marketing
488981 Consumer Behaviour
488983 Marketing Research
488984 Service Marketing
488985 Strategic Brand Management
489912 Sales Management

Operations and Management
468960 Business to Business & Alliances
468965 Entrepreneurship
468968 Project Management
468969 Supply Chain Management
468970 Quality Management
469914 Negotiation
469964 High Performance Teams
469965 Social Entrepreneurship
478912 Corporate Governance and Responsibility

Additional papers
358920 International Business

368901 Management Accounting for Decision Making
368902 Financial Accounting Framework
379934 Quantitative Methods for Decision Making
379935 Towards a Sustainable Economy
399907 Investment Portfolio Analysis
399908 Financial Management II
418908 Business Law
468963 Sustainability Leadership for the 21st Century
469960 Global Environmental Issues for Business
469961 Stakeholder Engagement and Sustainability Reporting
469963 Climate Change and Carbon Strategies

For further information please visit the MBA programme information page. 

MBA - Further Study and Opportunities

Opportunities are also available for you to complete a special topic paper in a relevant area, subject to the approval of the MBA Director. There are opportunities to work with start up companies at AUT’s Business Innovation Centre or for you to develop your own business idea or project.

You can also complement study by completing elective papers at one of AUT’s International Business School partners, subject to approval by the MBA Director.

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