Management is a set of activities focused on relationships between people and organisations. It involves facilitating and organising activities, formulating strategy and building structures to achieve performance goals. It is multidisciplinary in theory and practice.
The management major is designed for students who are interested in the complex relations between power, people and resources. The major complements business studies such as accounting, finance, information systems or marketing.
Why study management at Australian School of Business?
Our management program provides students with both relevant industry skills as well as an academically rigorous education.
It provides both specific and generic skills that are essential to a career in management and business.
Management is offered as a major in the following degree programs:
An optional Honours Year in Management is available to approved students with above average grades.
Organisation and management is offered as a specialisation in the Master of Commerce program. This specialisation focuses on the analysis of organisations.
It is aimed at students interested in how organisational change can achieve designated organisational goals. As the private and public sectors have an increasing demand for professional managers and consultants with expertise in organisational design and change implementation this is a strong specialisation with substantial elective course options to enhance learning outcomes.
Careers in management
Management positions are available across a range of organisations. Recent graduates have obtained the following positions:
- Business Analyst
- Client Service Manager
- Corporate Planning Officer
- Management Consultant
- Strategic Planner and Operations Coordinator
- Human Resource and Change Management
- Operations Management
- Occupational Health and Safety
- Business Development
- Quality Management