Which MBA is right for me?
Curtin Business School offers three distinctive management programs, each designed for students in different stages of their career.
More than three years of managerial/supervisory experience
If you have more than three years of managerial/supervisory experience, consider our EPAS accredited Master of Business Administration, which is designed for experienced mid-career professionals looking to move to the next stage in their career.
We also offer the two-year MBA (Advanced) as an extension of our reputable flagship MBA program.
Less than three years of managerial/supervisory experience
Graduates with less than three years of work experience should consider our two-year Master of Management, which can be completed directly after your bachelor degree, with no work experience required. This program is designed to build on your undergraduate degree and help launch your global business career.
The internationally accredited Master of Business Administration (MBA) course is tailored to suit established professionals, particularly middle and senior managers. It is suitable for career progression or as a career change qualification, particularly if you have a technical or specialist background and are looking to move into a managerial or executive position.
In the 2020 QS World University Online MBA Rankings Curtin is ranked as one of the top 40 online MBA providers globally and one of only four Australian university providers to feature in the list.
The two-year Master of Business Administration (Advanced) is an extension of our reputable flagship MBA program. It features the foundation units offered within the MBA plus the opportunity to complete additional units that aim to enhance both your business and research skills. Students can opt for a specialisation, electives units and a real world consulting project.
The Master of Management is a two-year, early career program specifically designed for emerging business leaders and entrepreneurs who want to succeed in management and business in the global environment.
MBA entry pathways
Prospective MBA applicants who do not have a bachelor degree, but possess a significant amount of work experience at a recognisable level of managerial/supervisory responsibility should consider applying for the Graduate Certificate in Business program.