Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
This course takes advantage of the strengths of a business-oriented degree while meeting the contemporary organisational leadership needs of the 21st Century. The course is geared toward individuals who are preparing themselves to be leaders of tomorrow whether in government, church, military, statutory, non-profit or commercial organisations. This course recognises students' professional background by giving them full credit for their previous studies, training and work experience and helping them take the step into tertiary education. The course brings together a highly structured, well-rounded program that concentrates on managerial issues ranging from quality assurance to organisational change, ethics and strategic planning. It also includes an advanced academic skills unit that helps students refine their writing and information literacy skills for tertiary study, as well as leadership units that are specially tailored to focus on social issues in a globalised world, resource management and organisational leadership and performance.
144 credit points (equivalent to 24 standard units) comprising 48 credit points of core units, and block Advanced Standing granted through the admission process.
- Organisational leadership
Standard entry requirements
- Advanced Diploma in Management or equivalent from a Registered Training Organisation and at least three years' work experience
- Or Diploma in relevant area or equivalent from an RTO and at least four years' work experience
- Or relevant professional development/training activities equivalent to 2400 hours (the applicant is required to provide a portfolio of evidence and a summary of face-to-face and private study hours) and at least five years' work experience.
Students may be eligible for credit (advanced standing) for previously completed studies.
|Campus||Fees||Entry||Mid year intake||Attendance|
|UNE Armidale (main campus)||International: $28,216||No information available||Yes||
This course may not be undertaken concurrently with, or upon successful completion of, UNE Bachelor of Training and Development.