First cohort of domestic students to start in February, 2013
According to a press release, the new MBA program "will consist of 12 subjects including staples such as strategy, accounting and finance, data analytics, marketing, HR and organisational behaviour, as well as core classes in leadership development and practice, critical analysis and thought leadership."
Classes will take place during the evenings and on weekends.
The new program, which will launch in February 2013, will initially be open only to Australian students with at least three years of experience, although the school will be offered to international students starting in 2015.
For more information, please see this press release announcing the new part-time MBA program.
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