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Credit Transfer Details

Institution

University of Mumbai Affiliated Institutions

External Course

Completed First Two Years of Study in Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) Programme

University of Canberra Course

Bachelor of Business Administration (MGB201.1)

Dates

  • Arrangement Start Date: 14/03/2018
  • Arrangement End Date: 31/12/2021

Relevant Information

Upon completion of the Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Canberra, students can progress to one of the following Master's courses:

  • 723AA - Master of Business Administration (1.5 years full-time)
  • MGM102 - Master of Business Administration (Plus) (2 years full-time)
  • MGM201 - Master of Human Resource Management (2 years full-time)
  • MGM301 - Master of Marketing Management (2 years full-time)
  • MGM401 - Master of International Business (2 years full-time)
  • 297JA - Master of Professional Accounting (2 years full-time)

Credit Overview

48 credit points of advanced standing out of 72 credit points.

Credit Detail (units)

University of Canberra Unit NameUnit CodeCredit Points
Business Communication111703
Business Decision Making110093
Business Research Methods111723
Introduction to Economics111753
Introduction to Management111743
Marketing Fundamentals111763
Organisational Behaviour111893
Professional Orientation (Business)110113

Credit Detail (unspecified)

DescriptionYearCredit Points
Unspecified Credit224

Typical Study Pattern

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