Progression guides

(1) Full-time study progression examples

The Master of International Business involves two full-time semesters of coursework and a project undertaken over the following summer or winter period. Students complete units of study in a prescribed sequence, as detailed in the following tables, to facilitate progressive learning and enrich the group learning experience.

For details of the offering sessions and other information for the units listed in this table, please refer to the Table of postgraduate units of study: International Business.

Please Note. In these examples, core/capstone units are indicated in 'bold' type.

(a) Students commencing study in Semester 1

The following table illustrates a degree progression example for a student enrolled in the Master of International Business on a full-time basis (completing four units each session) and commencing study in Semester 1.

YEAR

SESSION

UNITS OF STUDY

CREDIT POINTS

Year 1

Semester 1

MIBS6001

Global Business Environment

MIBS6002

Global Management and Culture

elective unit

elective unit

24

Semester 2

MIBS6003

Global Strategy

MIBS6004

Managing Global Operations

elective unit

elective unit

24

Intensive December

MIBS6005

International Business Project A

AND

MIBS6006

International Business Project B

12
  60
(b) Students commencing study from Semester 2

The following table illustrates a degree progression example for a student enrolled in the Master of International Business on a full-time basis (completing four units each session) and commencing study in Semester 2.

YEAR

SESSION

UNITS OF STUDY

CREDIT POINTS

Year 1

Semester 2

MIBS6001

Global Business Environment

MIBS6002

Global Management and Culture

elective unit

elective unit

24

Year 2 Semester 1

MIBS6003

Global Strategy

MIBS6004

Managing Global Operations

elective unit

elective unit

24

Intensive July

MIBS6005

International Business Project A

AND

MIBS6006

International Business Project B

12
  60

(2) Part-time study progression examples

The following progression examples illustrate part-time study in the Master of International Business.

For details of the offering sessions and other information for the units listed in this table, please refer to the Table of postgraduate units of study: International Business.

Please Note. In these examples, core/capstone units are indicated in 'bold' type.

(a) Students commencing study in Semester 1

The following table illustrates a degree progression example for a student enrolled in the Master of International Business on a part-time basis (completing two units in each session) and commencing study in Semester 1.

 

YEAR

SESSION

UNITS OF STUDY

CREDIT POINTS

Year 1

Semester 1

MIBS6001 

Global Business Environment

MIBS6002 

Global Management and Culture

12
Semester 2

MIBS6003

Global Strategy

MIBS6004

Managing Global Operations

12
Year 2  Semester 1 elective unit elective unit 12
Semester 2 elective unit elective unit 12
Year 3 Intensive December

MIBS6005

International Business Project A

AND

MIBS6006

International Business Project B

12
  60
(b) Students commencing study from Semester 2

The following table illustrates a degree progression example for a student enrolled in the Master of International Business on a partime-time basis (completing two units in each session) and commencing study in Semester 2.

 

YEAR

SESSION

UNITS OF STUDY

CREDIT POINTS

Year 1

Semester 2

MIBS6001

Global Business Environment

MIBS6002

Global Management and Culture

12
Year 2  Semester 1

MIBS6003

Global Strategy

MIBS6004

Managing Global Operations

12
Semester 2
elective unit elective unit 12
Year 3 Semester 1
elective unit elective unit 12
Intensive July

MIBS6005

International Business Project A

AND

MIBS6006

International Business Project B

12
  60