The Master of Business Administration (Health) from Flinders University is designed to provide a strong foundation of business knowledge, skills and attitudes to support ethical, global business management of organisations including private sector business organisations, not-for-profit organisations and public organisations.
Through experiential learning techniques students will develop knowledge and skills to conduct independent research, carry out industry and discipline related projects, with an emphasis on the health sector, and relate their learning to their individual business experience.
These courses prepare you for a wide range of career opportunities in areas including business, international marketing, banking and finance, management consulting, negotiations and planning. The MBA prepares you for a wide range of business career opportunities and graduates with significant management or supervisory work experience will be prepared for successful careers in senior management.
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You can choose to do this programme part-time or full-time.Full-time
Part-time option just for domestic students.
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Applicants for the Master of Business Administration (Health) specialisation must:
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