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The Monash South Africa (MSA) Diploma in Entrepreneurial and Small Business Operations, is a three-year qualification for both school leavers and Working professionals (WP) interested in studying the complexities of managing entrepreneurial and small businesses.
There is a growing need for multi-dimensional graduates with the ability to participate in an increasingly complex and dynamic local and global economy. The dual focus on commerce and law allows graduates to pursue a career in business management, whilst the focus on governance and compliance ensures ethical business practices will be followed.
Demand for information technology graduates exceeds supply in most economies - developed and developing. Whether you're looking to study a wide range of IT units or specialise in a particular IT niche, a globally relevant and recognised IT degree from Monash can get you there.
This course provides a rich basis of skills and knowledge to apply for positions in a diverse range of fields including journalism and publishing, research and analysis, communication, public relations and media, training and development, public or civil services, NGOs and advisory groups...
The Postgraduate Diploma in Accounting (PGDip(Accounting)) is a 1 year SAICA-accredited qualification designed for students who have completed their undergraduate accounting degree and wish study further at a postgraduate level with the goal of ultimately qualifying as...
The Master of Business Administration degree is a professional MBA designed to provide not only a high level of theoretical engagement, but also intellectual independence and the ability to resolve complex business problems in an innovative way. This professional MBA embraces the ‘use it now’ concept where students apply all learnings in their job and demonstrate knowledge and skills acquired individually or in teams.
The MPhil is a 100 per cent research program. A research candidate is required to undertake a program of supervised research within the School resulting in the completion of a major thesis, of a maximum of 35,000 words.
The Master of Philosophy in Integrated Water Management comprises of four interdisciplinary coursework units and a research project.