The School of Business and Law at CQUniversity is a top choice for Asian students. It’s ideally located in the Asia-Pacific region and offers up-to-date coursework in management, finance, accounting and a host of other business-related fields. The school is the result of a recent merger between School of Commerce and Law and the School of Management and Marketing, enhancing the possibilities for interdisciplinary crossover.
While enrolled in one of CQUniversity’s business programs, students can narrow their field of specialization to one of several different relevant disciplines. They benefit from an optimal mix of theory and practical learning under the oversight of highly-qualified academics with strong industry experience. This combines with strong links to industry players, providing opportunities for competitive work placement and networking potential.
Graduate students enjoy a great deal of latitude at CQUniversity, with the option to pursue specialist electives and develop peripheral skill sets that will enhance their future career options. In addition to the CQUniversity’s master’s degree programs in business, students can also earn professional accreditation, graduate diplomas and other qualifications in areas such as Accounting, Financial Planning and Property. Bear in mind that only the business programs offered through the School of Business and Law are available to international students, with coursework in law reserved for Australian students.
This program provides postgraduates with the skills needed to succeed in the fields of finance or accounting. Class work covers finance, computer software applications, statistics, business law and many other accounting-related skill sets.
MBA students study four core courses that can be customized to suit specific areas of specialization. The course has been refreshed for 2013 and aims to groom students to approach 21st-century business in an interdisciplinary manner.
Financial managers work in monetary markets around the world, providing foreign exchange risk management, carrying out risk analysis and taking note of trends in business and the economy.
This program provides insight into modern methods of property valuation and market analysis. Students engage in five core courses, which are complemented by electives in areas such as finance, sustainable populations or economics. Two research projects are completed in addition to this.
Master of Management
Several Master of Management courses are on offer at CQUniversity. Each is specialised to suit a specific field. Postgraduate students can earn management credentials in Engineering, Human Resources, International Business or Marketing.