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TAS-MBA-MAS | Postgraduate
Equip yourself with everything you need to lead
Build the skills that will enable you to achieve. Your MBA gives you the options you need for business success locally, nationally and globally. Choose from specialisations including marketing, entrepreneurship, finance and business research.
TAS-PAS-MAS | Postgraduate
Add to your degree and become an accountant
Designed for people without a background in accounting, students may be able to apply for associate membership of CPA Australia. Understand how to communicate with accountants and clients. Choose a specialist area of interest.
TAS-MPA-MAS | Postgraduate
Advance your accounting career
Further your financial prowess with research, critical thinking and specialist theory. Put newfound knowledge into action through advanced communication – allowing you to justify business ideas, back financial decisions, and solve complex problems.
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Expand your career opportunities
Boost your skills with flexible online short courses and microcredentials delivered by leading Australian universities.
TAS-MMK-MAS | Postgraduate
Make waves in marketing
Tackle advanced marketing philosophy, theory and principles – developing the skills to unpack problems and execute solutions on a grand scale. Hone your ability to analyse, articulate, and think critically through creative solutions. Own your field.
TAS-HSM-MAS | Postgraduate
Formalise your health management career
Analyse and evaluate approaches to the issues managers in public and private health sectors face. Learn through real-world case-studies that will elevate your role as a leader in the workplace. Attend non-mandatory seminars to solidify your study.
TAS-HIM-MAS | Postgraduate
Become an e-health advocate
Thanks to e-medical records and capabilities, hospitals are using tech to track activity and gain funding. With this comes the need for specialised health information professionals. Specialise in analytics, governance or leadership.