Specialist Business Postgrad Options
Choose what and how much you want to study
In addition to our MBA programs, UTS Business School provides a wide range of specialist programs across all key business fields. You can choose a program that suits where your career interests lie, and the level to which you explore, from just a few subjects to extension master degrees.
Accounting is focused on score-keeping for business. Postgraduate students at UTS can select the Master of Professional Accounting or the MBA with a major in Professional Accounting to enter the accounting profession, or the Master of Financial Analysis for existing accounting and finance professionals.
This new program introduces students to behavioural economics, a field that brings together psychology and economics to better describe and predict what people will do. Taught in eight short subjects, the Graduate Certificate in Behavioural Economics can be completed in one year part time.
Professionals who want to succeed in a data-driven world will not only understand the numbers but also be able to communicate insights and prescribe action. These two strands come together in UTS’s new Master of Business Analytics, designed to meet the needs of professionals with either a business or an IT background who are looking for a boundary-crossing degree to take them forward.
Finance focuses on the management of money. UTS is a CFA Program Partner of the CFA Institute, which recognises that the Master of Finance is closely tied to professional practice and suited to students who want to sit for the CFA Program exam. Other options include a Finance major within the MBA, as well as graduate programs in Quantitative Finance and Financial Analysis.
Managing people and organisations is a key professional skill. UTS offers postgraduate programs in Management, Strategic Supply Chain Management, NFP and Social Enterprise Management and Human Resource Management. In addition, UTS offers specialist education in the experiential industries with the postgraduate programs in Event and Sport Management.
Marketing at UTS focuses on developing a deep understanding of markets, identifying needs and solutions to problems. Postgraduate students either working in or seeking to enter the field of marketing can complete our flexible Master of Marketing or an MBA with a major in Marketing.
UTS Business School offers a wide variety of MBA programs catered to your unique circumstances as a business professional. The MBA program provides managers and aspirant managers with conceptual and theoretical knowledge across the full spectrum of business and managerial disciplines. The Executive MBA is for ambitious professionals seeking to transition from tactical to strategic decision-making. The MBA in Entrepreneurship is a unique program to get you thinking like an Entrepreneur and your ideas market ready. The new Advanced MBA is intended to accelerate the career of aspiring business leaders while future-proofing it from the changing requirements of the industry.
UTS Business School offers a Doctor of Philosophy by research degree. For information about studying a PhD in a Business discipline, refer to the Business School's Postgraduate Research (PhD) page.
Graduate Certificates, Diplomas, and Masters options
Duration: 1 session (full-time), 1 year (part-time)
Got an undergraduate degree from another discipline, or extensive work experience but no formal business qualifications? Dip your toe in the water with a graduate certificate and study the first four (or sometimes three) subjects , or 24 credit points, of the master’s degree. These courses will help you put the foundations in place before you pursue advanced studies in a graduate diploma or master’s course.
Duration: 1 year (full-time), 2 years (part-time)
Gain core knowledge and build your specialist skills in one with a graduate diploma. This degree covers 48 credit points, the first eight subjects of the master’s degree.
Duration: 1.5 years (full-time), 3 years (part-time)
Theoretical knowledge, practical application: a master’s degree combines both in perfect balance. You’ll gain a professional level skillset, thorough theoretical foundations, and an understanding of how to apply them in your chosen field. Depending on the discipline you study, you might also gain recognition or qualifications from associated professional organisations. Most masters degrees are 72 credit points, though note that MBA programs have a different duration that ranges from 1 to 2 years full time equivalent (or 96 credit points).
Duration: 2 years (full-time), 4 years (part-time)
Take your knowledge one step further with an extension master’s degree. Made up of 96 credit points, this qualification provides depth and expertise in your area of interest, beyond the conventional master’s structure. You’ll benefit from flexible subject choices and a specialist qualification that sets you apart.
Short courses and non-award study
If you're unsure if you want to commit to a full qualification, or you just need to top-up an existing postgraduate qualification with the latest practice-oriented knowledge, you can explore our short courses here. Many of the individual subjects within postgraduate degrees can also be undertaken as non-award study. Explore our courses descriptions to see our subject lists, and see how to apply for non-award study here.
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