MBA programme details
Programme Code: AK3717
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.
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.
You may commence the MBA at any one of the six terms as listed in the current 2015 schedule below.
The 2015 MBA timetable is available here (pdf to view online or download)
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:
To graduate with an MBA you must successfully complete 180 points, which is made up of core papers (135 points) and elective papers (45 points). You can choose to specialise in a particular discipline and extend your studies in that field by completing a minimum of 37.5 points of elective papers within a particular discipline (as specified in the academic calendar).
All papers are 7.5 points each unless stated otherwise.
*Appropriate recognition for the Supply Chain Management and Creative Technologies pathway will be provided through an addendum to the graduation parchment.
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.
Last updated: 29-Sep-2015 3.30pm
The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.