AUT - Master of Business

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Master of Business

The AUT Business School is known in New Zealand and internationally for the high quality of its graduates, the impact of its research and its effective engagement with business and the broader community. We attract students from New Zealand and overseas who are seeking a relevant, rigorous and engaged business education that prepares them well for business practice and a research career. Our qualifications give you a range of options and flexibility; your study can be research focused, course work based, or a combination of both.
 

Programme Code: AK1060
Level: 9
Points: 180
Duration: 1½ years full time / part time available
Venue: City Campus
Start Date: 3 March 2014 / 21 July 2014

AUT University encourages early application. This qualification will remain open until all places have been filled.

The Master of Business is a 180-point, research masters degree which develops critical and reflective graduates with applied research capabilities. This study is grounded in a rigorous understanding of a specialist field relevant to the student’s professional and research interests. Knowledge, research and critical reflective capabilities are essential in complex and changing business environments.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

  • Applicants for the Master of Business are expected to have a bachelors degree to a merit (B average) standard in the field in which they propose to undertake their Master of Business
  • Applicants who have an undergraduate degree in another field are usually expected to complete the Graduate Diploma in Business with a B average or better in their chosen subject before beginning the Master of Business
  • Applicants with relevant overseas qualifications will be assessed individually and may be required to undertake a preliminary course of study before entry into this programme
  • Applicants for whom English is a second or additional language must have an IELTS (Academic) score of 6.5 overall and a minimum of 6.0 in each band. For more details, please refer to English Language Requirements in AUT’s Academic Calendar
  • In addition to the above, acceptance of applications for the Master of Business is dependent on there being appropriate staff available to supervise research in the student’s field of study

POSTGRADUATE PATHWAYS

Graduates of the Bachelor of Business (Honours) or the Postgraduate Diploma in Business may apply for admission to the Master of Business. Please contact the Business School Faculty Postgraduate Research Office for further details.


STRUCTURE

To graduate with a Master of Business, you must successfully complete 180 points.

  1. Specialisation papers
    These papers provide comprehensive coverage of the latest research in your specialisation. Students who wish to undertake a thesis must complete at least 60 points in a single specialisation.

    Students who wish to complete a dissertation must complete at least 60 points in a single specialisation, plus 45 or more points in other papers from the same or another specialisation – subject to satisfying prerequisites.

     To view the full list of papers please refer to the specialisation page. 

  2. Research Methods (30 points*)
    The research methods paper(s) provide an introduction to exploration of philosophical issues underpinning the design of research and the research process, to conduct methodologically rigorous research projects and include quantitative/qualitative research methods and analysis.
    * Economics, Finance, Maketing and Taxation students must complete specific research methods papers in their specialisation.  
  3. Thesis or dissertation

FURTHER STUDY

  • Doctor of Philosophy

For further information visit the Business Postgraduate Programme Information Page

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Last updated: 14-Feb-2014 7.57pm

The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.

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