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51 teaching weeks and up to 8 weeks of study breaks
2022: Programme fee (180 credits) is $11,436 plus $360 Student Services Levy
A Compulsory Student Services Levy applies ($2 per credit).
Fees listed are for each year of the programme, indicative only and may vary with course selection.
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Specialise in Applied Management with a major in your chosen discipline
NMIT offers a Master of Applied Management pathway qualification. This qualification can be completed full time over 15 months, or part-time over a longer period. Students are required to complete 4 core papers, plus 2-4 (60 credits) elective courses and a research project/thesis.
As specialisation continues to dominate the rapidly changing world economy, an enlightened model of management is emerging in response. This new style of management calls for people of sharp minds who can discover what makes a person tick and amplify this to drive productivity in socially responsible ways.
Effective management responds to the needs of people, processes, and technology. With this programme, NMIT is leading the charge offering a focus on embedded essential employable skills including, advanced communication and collaboration skills, intellectual analysis and critical thinking.
Take specific courses to major in one of the following subject areas:
Find out more about each major by clicking on the ‘Overview of majors’ below.
“The PGCertAM programme of NMIT helps me to think managerially and analytically about the various perspectives of management. All the tutors and staffs in NMIT are very friendly and patient with me. No matter what problems I encountered in my study, I can always get help from the tutor and Student Learning Advisor. I won't feel helpless because of online learning.”
Yuan Ma, 2021 Graduate
“For me, the Master of Applied Management program is a process of merging my old and new knowledge systems. The experience can be summarized as methodology, that provides us with clearer management concepts and ideas for those who have had their own way of management.“
Vincent Cheng, 2020 Graduate.