Master of Business Management

  • Demonstrates in-depth knowledge and understanding of frameworks and industry practice within the fields of business and management.
  • Plans and carries out independent research that demonstrates critical awareness of issues and challenges in the fields of business and management.
  • Synthesises academic and professional information and effectively communicates findings to a range of audiences in a range of ways.
  • Has increased career options and commercial insight, given the skills and expertise gained across multiple core business functions.

Master of Financial Management

  • The MFM will provide students with the knowledge and skills required to be a business analyst, investment analyst, and cost/management accountant; occupations that are rated by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment | HÄ«kina Whakatutuki as having both high income potential and strong demand for graduates).
  • An MFM can lead to a career in financial management, particularly business and financial analyst roles.

Master in Business Information System

  • The MBIS qualification sits within the MBA and Business Taught Master's Programmes and is part of a suite of Information Systems programmes offered by the Department of Accounting and Information Systems.
  • UC ranks in the top 200 universities in the world for Computer Science and Information Systems (QS World University Rankings by Subject, 2018).
  • Students benefit from the University's location on the 'Silicon Plains' of Aotearoa New Zealand, where there are dozens of large, hi-tech companies employing UC graduates.

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