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Program Directors and Discipline Coordinators

The Business School has recognised the value in having a designated Program Director for each postgraduate coursework programs. A program is defined as an articulated set of courses typically comprising all or a subset of a Graduate Certificate, a Graduate Diploma, a Masters degree/combined Masters degree. Each Program Director has both long-term and day-to-day stewardship of their program. They are responsible for the provision of academic and strategic leadership for their program, as well as for providing program-wide advice and support to students in that program.

There is an important distinction made between a Program Director and a Discipline Postgraduate Coursework Coordinator representing each Discipline (or Centre) in the Business School. A Postgraduate Coursework Coordinator has responsibility for the Discipline's contribution to postgraduate programs across all programs. A Program Director is much more focussed on, and has responsibility for, an entire program regardless of discipline content.

Students seeking broad advice regarding the structure and content of their particular program should consult the relevant Program Director listed below. For advice on enrolment, fees and related administrative matters, students should first consult a student adviser in the Business School's Staff and Student Services office.

Program Directors

Subject Area Program Director

Grad Cert in Innovation and Enterprise

Jarrod Ormiston

Master of Commerce

Patty Kamvounias

Master of Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations

David Oliver

Master of International Business

Wu Zhan

Master of Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Geoffrey Clifton

Master of Marketing

Pennie Frow

Master of Professional Accounting

Geoffrey Frost

Master of Transport Management

Geoffrey Clifton

Postgraduate Discipline Coordinators

Discipline Subject Area Coordinator

Accounting

Accounting

Cornelia Beck

Business Analytics

Quantitative Business Analysis
Business Statistics

Boris Choy
Erick Li (January – June 2016)

Business Information Systems

Business Information Systems
Project Management

Sharon Coyle

Business Law

Business Law

Brett Bondfield

Business Education

Zina O'Leary

Economics

Economics

Hayley Fisher

Finance

Banking
Finance
Quantitative Finance

Jamie Alcock

Transport and Logistics

Transport Management
Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Geoffrey Clifton

International Business

International Business

Stefan Volk

Strategy, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Jarrod Ormiston

Marketing

Marketing

Rohan Miller

Work and Organisational Studies

Management and Organisations

David Oliver