Students taking a Master in Business degree will gain core business skills such as accounting, marketing, finance, management, law, and ethics. Qualified graduates will have a wide range of career choices in many sectors and industries.
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Knowledge, research and critical reflective capabilities are essential in complex and changing business environments. The Master of Business is a 180-point research master’s degree, which develops critical and reflective graduates with applied research capabilities [+]
Master of Business (MBus)
Knowledge, research and critical reflective capabilities are essential in complex and changing business environments. The Master of Business is a 180-point research master’s 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 your professional and research interests.
Minimum entry requirements:
• Bachelor of Business or equivalent
• Graduate Diploma in Business
• B grade average or higher in all relevant prerequisite papers English language level: (International students only)... [-]
Gain a unique, sought-after qualification, the first one in New Zealand recognised by world-leading business analytics software provider SAS. [+]
The Master of Analytics with a major in business equips you with both the technical ability and the competence in critical thinking needed to transform massive amounts of data into information that is useful for crucial business decisions.Gain globally recognised certification
The Master of Analytics is sponsored by the world’s leading business analytics software provider - SAS. That means that upon completion of this degree you will receive the globally-recognised SAS certification.
SAS business insights also ensure your lecturers are up-to-date with developments in the industry and you will gain access to SAS’ global network of clients. This agreement was the first of its kind with a New Zealand university.... [-]