In a nutshell
Develop strong practical management skills and set yourself on a thrilling new career path with the Master of Business Administration (Entrepreneurship) course at Kaplan Business School.
Your key to unlocking leadership roles in a disruptive new economy, this course equips you with both the strong theoretical framework and the practical skills to succeed in business and entrepreneurial ventures across a range of sectors. Whether you’ve had a start-up idea in your head for years, or want to risk the freedom of self-employment, this dynamic course offers the training you need to successfully navigate even the most perilous venture (they’re the most exciting anyway, right?).
You’ll study the fundamentals of business – from consumer psychology to operational decision-making and more – and develop a strong strategic mindset to help you plan sustainably and tackle business problems effectively.
Flexible for professionals, this course is available to study online, and lower qualifications may be available to students who just can’t wait the whole course to set out into the business world. Bon voyage.
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What you’ll need
To be eligible for entry into this course, applicants must meet the following requirements:
- Qualify for mature age entry (ages 21 and above); OR
- Have achieved a minimum ATAR score of 55, or equivalent; OR
- Have completed the VCE, OP or SACE; OR
- Provide an academic letter of recommendation
Kaplan Business School also offers a range of alternative entry pathways if you don’t meet these criteria. Enquire now to chat with a course advisor!
In this business course, the subjects you may study include:
- Culture and contemporary leadership
- Governance, ethics and sustainability
- Financial and economic interpretation and communication
- Consumer behaviour and marketing psychology
- Dynamic strategy and disruptive innovation
- Emotional intelligence, cultural intelligence and diversity
- Operations management and decision-making models
- Data analysis, problem solving and digital operations
- Business psychology, coaching and mentoring
- Thinking styles, negotiation and conflict management
Elective subjects for entrepreneurship specialisation:
- Fundamentals of entrepreneurship
- Small business administration
- Corporate venturing
You may be eligible for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) if your previous education or work experience meet certain criteria.
Why Kaplan Business School?
Kaplan Business School provides holistic business education that equips students with the knowledge, skills and tools required to manage, lead, and succeed in a real work environment.
Kaplan Business School’s qualifications are delivered through a unique blend of practical and theoretical components. Here, students are required to complete assessments that reflect global industry practices.
Kaplan Business School offers academic internships and work placements through an extensive network of partner companies. Each campus has an on-site Careers Officer who helps to place students based on their industry needs.
Kaplan Business School supports its students at every stage of the educational journey, and offers personalised, student-driven programs. This includes the unique Career Mentorship Program, which pairs Kaplan students with industry leaders. This gives students the opportunity to build their professional networks and gain valuable industry insights.
Kaplan Business School help their students achieve career success with Careers Central, their on-campus careers services team. Careers Central services include an industry placement service, which enables students to put theory into practice. Search for the perfect job using Career Hub, Kaplan’s online job board. Kaplan students get support in achieving their career goals with 1-on-1 careers coaching.
This course can be delivered on campus to provide you with practical training in a face-to-face learning environment. It is available to study at the following locations: