Master of Business (Professional) is a 1 year Masters program taught at Victoria University of Wellington, . The program is offered in campus-based modes with full Time options. To successfully obtain Master of Business (Professional) from Victoria University of Wellington you are required to complete credit hours. After completion of Master of Business (Professional) you will be able to further continue for advance studies or start career as Business Consultant, Business Manager, Business Analyst, Project Manager.
The MBus(Prof) will build on your existing workplace knowledge to help you develop essential contemporary business skills.
Your studies will include:
Four core courses—you’ll develop a range of practical skills in problem-solving, researching, negotiating, and analysis. Choose four courses from:
Organisational Problem Solving
Economic Decision Analysis
Negotiation and Influence
Building an Evidence Base
One or two specialisations—choose either one or two specialisations by selecting specific elective courses from a particular area.
Courses are taught in a variety of formats, including block and evening classes. Classes are interactive and taught through a mixture of lectures, case studies, and in-class presentations to facilitate learning and deliver essential knowledge.
The minimum requirements for admission in Master of Business (Professional) at Victoria University of Wellington for all applicants (Domestic or International) are:
Note: Please check the university website in the link below.
You need to complete credit hours to successfully obtain this degree. Please check detail of study units at https://www.wgtn.ac.nz/explore/postgraduate-programmes/master-of-business-professional/overview?programme=master-of-business-professional&international=true
Some specialisations need you to have work or study experience in that discipline.
If you want to enroll in this programme but don’t meet some of the entry requirements, you should contact the programme director or administrator to discuss your options.
For more programme details and requirements, see the University Calendar. It's an annual publication and an authoritative source for planning your degree.