Master of Business & Project Management (MBPM)

 

  AQF Level: 9

  Duration 1.5 – 3 Years

  Units of Study: 12 

Structure: 8 Core Units + 4 Electives 

Learning Outcomes

Learn project management essentials with a business focus in this fully accredited course aligned to industry demands

Become proficient in creative thinking and problem-solving

Gain in-demand, commercially-relevant skills and knowledge

Build valuable business networks

Enhance your employability

Accelerate your career with confidence

Reach your potential

Have a real world impact

Advance and broaden your career prospects

Study options to fitt your lifestyle

Why Study Online?

Study and work with no pressure

Our MBPM course was specifically designed for busy working adults, so it’s delivered 100% online with interactive, ‘snackable’ content. The MBPM offers genuine flexibility, industry insights, practical skills and the support you need to become irreplaceable.

Duration: 1.5 – 2 Years
Units of Study: 12
Structure: 8 Core Units + 4 Electives (including the Research Project)
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Price Per Unit: $XXX.00

Quick and Easy Online Application

Why Study on Campus?

Build a strong business network

Our MBPM course was specifically designed for busy working adults, so it’s delivered 100% online with interactive, ‘snackable’ content. The MBPM offers genuine flexibility, industry insights, practical skills and the support you need to become irreplaceable.

Duration: 1.5 – 2 Years
Units of Study: 12
Structure: 8 Core Units + 4 Electives (including the Research Project)
Study Mode: Lorem Ipsum
Price Per Unit: $XXX.00

Quick and Easy Online Application

Course Structure

69 Credit Points

 

Study Period 1                                                                                                                       Credit Points
CPD1102 Professional Development and Ethics 3
SBM1101 Project Management Fundamentals 6
SBM1201 Project Scope, Time and Cost Management 6
Study Period 1 Total 15

 

Study Period 2                                                                                                                       Credit Points
SBM1202 Project Quality, Risk & Procurement Management 6
SBM1107 HR and Communication in Projects 6
Study Period 2 Total 12

 

Study Period 3                                                                                                                       Credit Points
SBM1103 Project and Program Information & Communication Systems 6
SBM1203 Venture/Project Economics and Finance 6
Study Period 3 Total 12

 

Study Period 4                                                                                                                       Credit Points
SBM1204 Project Delivery Systems 6
MBPM Elective 6
Study Period 4 Total 12

 

Study Period 5                                                                                                                    Credit Points
SBM1300 Research Project 6
Study Period 5 Total 6

 

Study Period 6                                                                                                                       Credit Points
MBPM Elective 6
MBPM Elective 6
Study Period 6 Total 12

 

Elective List

SBM1107 HR and Communication in Projects

SBM2101 Operations Management

SBM2105 International Business and Competitive Strategy

SBM2501 Business Law and Due Diligence

SBM1105 Strategic Project, Program and Portfolio Management

SBM1108 Business Decision Analysis

Next Intake Dates:
8 April 2019
8 July 2019
30 September 2019

Fee & Payment Options

First 4 weeks – $200 only. No risk. Try, love, enjoy!*

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Online MBPM Course

Whole Course $23,570
incl. $200 for first 4 weeks

Monthly instalments and General Scholarships available

Interest-free payments up to 48 months

(Price for domestic students only)

SBM subjects
(11 Subjects)
$2,100 each

CPD1102
(1 Subject)
$470

Speak to our adviser to find a payment option to suit your personal circumstances.

Entry Requirements

Academic requirements:

Masters Degrees (AQF Level 9)

Applicants must have successfully completed a Bachelor Degree or higher awarded by a recognised university or higher education institution, in any discipline.

Applicants who do not meet the entry requirements for the Masters Degrees and who successfully complete a Graduate Diploma will be eligible to progress to a Masters Degree.

 

Graduate Diplomas and Graduate Certificates (AQF Level 8)
Applicants must have:

successfully completed a Bachelor Degree (AQF 7) or higher awarded by a recognised university or higher education institution, in any discipline; OR

successfully completed an Associate Degree or Advanced Diploma (AQF 6) awarded by a recognised university or higher education institution, in any discipline, AND have at least two-years full-time managerial and/or professional work experience in a related field; OR

a minimum of three-years full-time managerial and/or professional work experience in a related field; OR

a minimum of five-years full-time general work experience in a related field.

Applicants who do not meet the entry requirements for the Masters Degrees and who successfully complete a Graduate Diploma will be eligible to progress to a Masters Degree.

English language requirements:

English language entry requirements

All applicants from a non-English speaking background applying to any postgraduate course at APIC must satisfy the following additional English language requirements:

IELTS Academic: Overall band score 6.5 or higher with no band below 6.0 in writing and speaking; OR

IBT (Internet-based TOEFL): Overall score 79 with a writing section minimum of 21 and speaking 18; OR

Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE): Overall score 180, writing and speaking 180; OR

Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English (CAE): Overall 176 with a writing and speaking section minimum of 169; OR

PTE Academic Module with score over 58 with a writing and speaking section minimum of 50.

Applicants who do not meet APIC’s English proficiency requirements can be made a conditional offer. This conditional offer requires the student to complete an approved intensive English language course and meet the required standard prior to commencing the APIC award course.

Why Master of Business

& Project Management at APIC?

Business & Industry Focus – Real World Impact – Enhanced Employability

This course emphasises a holistic approach, exploring the essential areas
of project management knowledge and skills with a strong business
emphasis. With a focus on the practical application of theoretical
concepts and learning, graduates will be prepared with an understanding
of project management and business, to enable them to thrive in the
business world and launch careers with confidence.

The MBPM course uses an Applied Research Methodology aimed at finding
solutions for immediate problems facing society, industry and business
today. This approach means you can apply your learning through the MBPM
to real world, specific issues.

This methodology is favoured by industry and businesses,
and the knowledge and skills you will gain through applied research study
are in demand by employers around the world.

Many other business and project management courses on the market offer a
fundamental research methodology instead, which deals with the
formulation of theories and outcomes of a more generalised nature. But, we
want our graduates to have a real world impact and using an Applied
Research Methodology gives you the best possible chance of future
employment and career development.

  The new web interface is really easy to use and intuitive. Navigating from week to week is simple and access to the lecture videos, tutorials and other functions is straightforward. Being in a small class group, the lecturers have been very flexible in arranging tutorial times, quiz times and assignment submissions based on the needs of the students.  

Daran Emmett

APIC Student

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