The MBA with Project Management specialization for working professionals provides exposure to modern concepts and techniques in project and risk management. The MBA Project Management specialization courses are accredited with 45 PDUs each by the US-based Project Management Institute (PMI). USQ is endorsed as a National Provider of Project Management education by the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM).

The Master of Business Administration aims to produce graduates who demonstrate an understanding of the theories and skills of modern management discipline areas and who have the potential to display competence in a wide range of areas relevant to management practice at senior levels.

This includes applying their knowledge of current behavioral, policy and strategic issues so as to improve organizational efficiency, analyzing and evaluating internal and external environmental forces, and developing strategic plans for the management of change.

This program requires a total of 12 courses over 2 years.

Applicants with a recognized Bachelor degree and at least 2 years of work experience will be able to apply for direct entry into the MBA.

Applicants with a recognized and credible MBA or Masters level business degree or postgraduate qualifications may be granted some exemptions on approval by USQ’s admission council.

The courses are as follows (click on the links to view the course synopsis):

MGT5000 Managing Organizational Behavior
ACC5502 Accounting and Financial Management
MKT5000 Marketing Management
ECO5000 Economics for Managers
CIS8000 Global Information Systems Strategy
MGT8033 Leading Organizational Change
MBA8000 Applied Business Research and Ethics
MGT8022 Project-Based Management

plus these 4 courses for Project Management specialization and capstone:

MGT8077 Project Risk Management
MGT8073 Project Processes and Systems
MGT8075 Project Delivery
MGT8002 Strategic Management