Master of Management (CEMS)

Degree structure

To qualify for the award, Master of Management (CEMS), students complete units of study totalling 72 credit points, comprising:

  • a CEMS business project (12 credit points)
  • 10 core units of study (60 credit points).

The Master of Management (CEMS) will involve three semesters of full-time study, of which at least one semester must be completed on exchange at a CEMS partner institution.

Core units of study

In addition to the business project (12 credit points), students must complete 10 units of study (60 credit points) selected from the following list:

  • CEMS6003 Advanced Strategy
  • CEMS6004 Global Management Practice
  • CEMS6005 Poverty Alleviation and Profitability
  • CEMS6006 Chinese Institutions and Business
  • CEMS6007 Chinese for Business
  • CEMS6008 Research Project
  • CEMS6009 Industry Placement
  • CEMS6101 CEMS Exchange 1
  • CEMS6102 CEMS Exchange 2
  • CEMS6103 CEMS Exchange 3
  • CEMS6104 CEMS Exchange 4
  • CEMS6105 CEMS Exchange 5
  • CEMS6106 CEMS Exchange 6
  • MMGT6003 Accounting and Financial Management
  • MMGT6004 Managing People and Organisations
  • MMGT6008 Global Marketing Management
  • MMGT6011 Team Work and Innovation
  • MMGT6012 Business Tools for Management.

Please note: 'Exchange' denotes units that are completed at a CEMS partner institution.

Note. Other units of study may be able to be substituted for the core units of study listed above with the permission of the Academic Program Director.

CEMS business project

Students must complete a CEMS business project (12 credit points):

  • CEMS6011 CEMS Business Project (12 credit points); or
  • CEMS6012 CEMS Business Project – Exchange (12 credit points).

Progression guide

Students enrolled in the Master of Management (CEMS) will meet with the Academic Program Director to agree to a path of study that takes into account prior learning and the requirements of the CEMS Masters in International Management (MIM). This recommended path of study will be reviewed each semester. The following are degree progression examples of how students might complete the Master of Management (CEMS).

Example 1


(i) Master of Management (CEMS) – first semester of enrolment

Unit code

Unit name

Credit points

CEMS6005

Poverty Alleviation and Profitability

6

MMGT6003

Accounting and Financial Management

6

MMGT6011

Team Work and Innovation

6

MMGT6012

Business Tools for Management

6


(ii) Master of Management (CEMS) – second semester of enrolment

 

Unit code 

Unit name

Credit points

CEMS6003

Advanced Strategy

6

CEMS6006

Chinese Institutions and Business

6

CEMS/MMGT

CEMS or MMGT unit of study

6

CEMS/MMGT

CEMS or MMGT unit of study

6


(iii) Master of Management (CEMS) – third semester of enrolment

 

Unit code

Unit name

Credit points

CEMS6012

CEMS Business Project - Exchange

12

CEMS6101

CEMS Exchange 1

6

CEMS6102

CEMS Exchange 2

6

Example 2


(i) Master of Management (CEMS) – first semester of enrolment

 

Unit code

Unit name

Credit points

CEMS6005

Poverty Alleviation and Profitability

6

MMGT6003

Accounting and Financial Management

6

MMGT6011

Team Work and Innovation

6

MMGT6012

Business Tools for Management

6


(ii) Master of Management (CEMS) – second semester of enrolment

 

Unit code

Unit name

Credit points

CEMS6101

CEMS Exchange 1

6

CEMS6102

CEMS Exchange 2

6

CEMS6103

CEMS Exchange 3

6

CEMS6104

CEMS Exchange 4

6


(iii) Master of Management (CEMS) – third semester of enrolment

 

Unit code

Unit name

Credit points

CEMS6004

Global Management Practice

6

CEMS/MMGT

CEMS or MMGT unit of study

6

CEMS6011

CEMS Business project

12

Please note: These examples are meant as a guide only. Students may be able to complete units of study in different combinations and sequences to those listed above.