Postgraduate and Graduate Qualifications
UC provides a supportive and stimulating environment for postgraduate and graduate study. Whether you are looking to extend your qualifications or move into managerial or corporate roles, UC Business School offers a number of postgraduate qualifications that will take you to the next level. Programmes may differ in pre-requisites and application procedures so contact the Programme Coordinator from the relevant department to talk about your study options.
Master's and Postgraduate Qualifications
- Master of Applied Finance and Economics - MAFE
- Master of Business Administration - MBA
- Master of Business Information Systems - MBIS
- Master of Business Management - MBM
- Master of Commerce - MCom
- Master of Financial Management (subject to UNZ-CUAP approval due December 2016; starting from October 2017)
- Master of Professional Accounting - MPA
- Postgraduate Diploma in Business
- Postgraduate Diploma in Business Information Systems
- Postgraduate Certificate in Strategic Leadership
- Doctor of Philosophy - PhD
As a BCom(Hons) graduate you will be able to:
- demonstrate in-depth knowledge and understanding of current theoretical concepts and frameworks within your major discipline
- think logically, analytically and critically with respect to the academic literature in your major discipline
- plan and carry out a supervised programme of academic research that shows a sound understanding of ethical practice
- be able to synthesise academic or professional literature and effectively communicate research orally and in written form.
As a MCom graduate you will be able to:
- demonstrate higher level in-depth knowledge and understanding of contemporary thought and developments within your specific research area
- have the ability to evaluate the implications of your own research findings for the wider body of relevant academic literature
- be able to plan and undertake independent academic research that shows a sound understanding of ethical practice
- be able to synthesise academic literature and communicate research findings, both orally and in written form, consistent with academics working in your chosen discipline.