1 Admission into MBASWS-Master of Business Administration 1a Admission into MBASFN-Master of Business Administration (Finance) 1b Admission into MBASHL-Master of Business Administration (Health) 1c Admission into GCBAOL-Graduate Certificate in Business Administration 1d Admission into GDPBAOL-Graduate Diploma in Business Administration 1e Admission into GDPBA-Graduate Diploma in Business Administration 1f Admission into GCBA-Graduate Certificate in Business Administration 1g Admission into MSCGH-Master of Science (Groundwater Hydrology) Must Satisfy: ((1 or 1a or 1b or 1c or 1d or 1e or 1f or 1g))
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Master of Business Administration
The topic aims to provide students with skills and knowledge to improve their potential to assume or further develop leadership positions in all three business sectors. The topic builds on skills in problem recognition and solving, in business practices and human interaction issues. The topic covers leadership and management differences, the development of leadership, teams and followers, situational effects, leadership in crises and change and leadership skills. The approach is multi-faceted with business, politics, society and historical aspects covered. A special feature of the format is the experiential program designed to give students exposure to team work and reflection within an experiential context.
The educational aims of the topic are to have students understand:
how leadership and managment are different and how they are used to achieve business and societal goals
the roles of leaders, teams, followers and situations in business and society
how leaders should act in times of crisis and how and why what they should do often differs from what is actually done
why leadership development is important for continuing success of businesses and other entities
the role played in history by leaders whose actions can teach us about modern society
the role of experiential learning in leadership and personal development.
Expected learning outcomes
On successful completion of this topic, students will be able to:
Synthesise and analyse current research in leadership and apply theory of leadership to practice.
Determine their likely roles as leaders or active followers in a work situation through group discussions and self-reflection.
Demonstrate an understanding of leadership in action through class interaction and case studies that draw on leadership knowledge.
Assess leadership capabilities through cases, using judgment and interaction with others.
Apply leadership knowledge and skills during group exercises, through written assignments and presentations to class groups and guest business people.
Key dates and timetable
Timetable details for 2019 are no longer published.
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