The Bachelor of Business, major in Management explores the body of knowledge required by future managers. Some of the key areas of study include: management theory and practice, human resource management, budgeting and planning, organisational behaviour, change management, leadership skills, strategic management, knowledge management and international business. Graduates of this program have an excellent platform to proceed to a career in management.

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  • VTAC Code
  • 94732
  • UAC Code
  • 570120
  • CRICOS Code
  • 067439D (VIC)
  • 072668D (NSW)

Duration: 3 years [3 Trimesters]
Intake: March, July, November

The Bachelor of Business major in Management aims to provide graduates who will:

  • Be able to demonstrate a comprehensive knowledge and skills in the principle and practice of management
  • Have a strong understanding of importance of leadership skill and negotiation skills and organisational dynamics
  • Be able to work effectively in team environment
  • Be able to adapt successfully in a rapidly changing business environment
  • Be able to develop and implement policies and strategies to achieve organisational short-term and long term goals and objectives
  • exhibit The MIT Graduate attributes

The Bachelor of Business major in Management course comprises: common core units, a major stream of Management and elective units. In order to graduate from the degree students must complete 360 credit points overall. Each unit is worth 15 credit points except the capstone industry project elective units which constitute 30 credit points each.

Common Core Units (10 units)

The common core units are:

Major in Management Units (10 units)

Electives (4 units - 60 credit points)

Students have the choice of a wide range of electives and must undertake four elective units (60 credit points). The choice of elective units is, subject to pre-requisite knowledge requirements and the timetable, is available from all business and information technology units including the industry based project cap-stone units which are worth 30 credit points.

What is Management?

Management is the process of planning, organising, directing, and monitoring the available company resources such as, human, financial, and technological resources, to accomplish company goals and objectives, efficiently and effectively.

What do Managers do?

Modern managers are more than just leaders; they are also great team players. Managers are typically involved with forming visions, setting goals and objectives, formulating and executing strategies. They are involved in all aspect of business, from setting long-term strategic direction to day-to-day running of the organisation. They know what makes organisations successful, and how to get the best out of people and other company resources to improve performance, and to achieve organisational goals and objectives.

What do I study?

The Management major, which can be undertaken as part of the Bachelor of Business, will prepare you for real-world business outcomes, whether you wish to start your own business or work for one. Management major focuses on key challenges facing today’s managers, such as, changing technology, increased globalisation, changing regulatory environment, heightened competition, industry convergence, customer empowerment, cultural diversity, and relationships between people and organisations.

The final year capstone industry based projects will be based on a real application in industry or in an organisation. This project will allow you to bring together and strengthen the knowledge and skills you have gained during the program.

Related courses:

Diploma of Business

Bachelor of Business (majors available in: Accounting, Marketing, and Management)

What are the career opportunities?

As a graduate of the management major, you may wish to start your own business, or seek employment in entry level areas of business administration, operations management, human resource management, training, development, and productivity improvement programs, quality assurance, project management, change management, strategic management, risk management, and management consulting within a wide range of public and private enterprises.

Career roles and options after gaining experience include: Office Administrator, General Manager, Operations Manager, Human Resource Manager, Remuneration and Benefits Manager, Employee and Industry Relations Officer, Business Process Improvement Manager, Organisational Development Consultant, Corporate Planning Manager, Project Manager, Quality Assurance Manager, Risk Manager, Organisational Change Consultant, Business Analyst and Management Consultant.

Minimum requirements: Successful completion of Year 12 or equivalent
Pre-requisites: None

English Language Requirements - International Students

English language Proficiency tests Results Required
IELTS (Academic)
  • Overall score 6.0
    (no band less
    than 5.5)
TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language)
  • Overall score 60‐78 with
    minimum scores: Reading
    12, Listening 11, Speaking
    17, Writing 20
PTE Academic
  • Overall score 50
    with (no score
    less than 46)
Cambridge CAE
  • CAE Score of 169 (no
    band less than 162)

Mature age entry

Mature-age applicants without formal qualifications and have been out of school for more than 2 years may be admitted if they are able to demonstrate a range of attributes such as personal motivation, maturity and work experience or previous study. This is assessed on a case by case basis. Applicants may be required to provide a personal statement outlining their interest, motivation and reasons for selecting the course including details of educational and any employment background

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