The course for ethical innovative leadership As graduates, students become agile decision makers and persuasive communicators who adaptively lead people in tackling complex problems. Students are professionally equipped to work successfully with, and for, Indigenous Australians. UTS is committed to social justice and the economic, social and cultural prosperity of our community – fostering diversity of thought, critical thinking and technical mastery.
The course aims to initiate, develop and showcase students’ professional skills in an individual, career-focused e-portfolio spanning the course. Students plan their course and engage in peer and professional career coaching in the core studios to hone their 21st century skills tailored to their career – problem solving, mindful collaboration, adaptive leadership, communication, research, critical thinking - equipping them with social and reflective competencies for our rapidly changing, digitally disrupted and technology enriched enterprises and communities. By teaching students to think and work together in different ways, it enables them to adaptively lead people and teams through complex problems experienced by organisations and society. The Master of Professional Practice course structure allows for the engagement with postgraduate subjects across the spectrum of disciplines. The core studios focus critical reflections on situating the learner in their professional and global context. The Master of Professional Practice core studios are professional practice and people oriented and afford open-ended opportunity to explore challenges.
Whether students want to thrive in a large organisation or create a start-up, the Master of Professional Practice will provide the expertise to help them get there. The flexible course structure allows students to choose up to two sub-majors, including sub-majors which may be individually configured and named to suit the unique requirements and study plan of every student.