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									Degree requirements
                              Degree requirements for the following programs.
  Program                                                                            Semester/Trimester
                           Program title                        Campus
    code                                                                                  intake
              Graduate Certificate in Business
3048                                                   Gold Coast                 S1 / S2
              Administration
              Graduate Certificate in Business         South Bank (Graduate
3047                                                                              S1 / S2
              Administration                           Centre)
5159          Master of Business Administration        Gold Coast                 S1 / S2
                                                       South Bank (Graduate
5158          Master of Business Administration                                   S1 / S2
                                                       Centre)
              Master of Business Administration                                   S1 / S2
5163                                                   Gold Coast
              (Advanced)                                                          Articulation only
              Master of Business Administration        South Bank (Graduate       S1 / S2
5162
              (Advanced)                               Centre)                    Articulation only


        Graduate Certificate | MBA | MBA (Advanced)
        For students who commenced prior to 2008
        MBA with Honours (prior to 2007)


Graduate Certificate in Business Administration
From 2007, to be eligible for the award of Graduate Certificate in Business Administration (GCertBusAdmin), a
student must acquire 40CP as prescribed below:


        gain 40CP for core MBA courses
        the grade of Pass Conceded will not be awarded for any course.


Master of Business Administration
From 2008, to be eligible for the award of Master of Business Administration (MBA), a student must acquire
120CP as prescribed below:


        gain 80CP for core MBA courses
        gain 40CP for approved MBA specialisation courses and/or international exchange component
        the grade of Pass Conceded will not be awarded for any course.

Consistent with the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) Standard 20, a student
undertaking this program must complete:


        40CP of Business core courses as specified by the Program Director.

Exit qualification

Students who have completed at least 80CP but not the full MBA program requirements, and who are unable
to complete the full MBA program requirements, may (at the discretion of the Dean) be awarded an exit
qualification.

Honours

From 2007, to be eligible for the award of Master of Business Administration with Honours (MBA Hons), a
student must acquire 120CP as prescribed below:


        gain 70CP for core MBA courses (including 7907IBA)
        gain 10CP for an approved research methods course
        gain 40CP for a research dissertation



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        the grade of Pass Conceded will not be awarded for any course.

Classification of Honours

This degree with Honours can be awarded in the following classes:


        First Class Honours (I)
        Second Class - Division A Honours (IIA)
        Second Class - Division B Honours (IIB)
        Third Class Honours (III)

The class of Honours to be awarded to each student in this degree will be determined by the relevant
Assessment Board on the basis of the Honours Weighted Average (HWA) and the Standard Cut-Offs as
outlined in the Masters Degrees with Honours section of the Policy for the Award of Masters Degrees other
than the Master of Philosophy.

Articulation to the Master of Business Administration (Advanced)

A student must achieve a grade point average of 5.0 after completing the first 80CP of coursework in the
Griffith MBA program to be eligible for articulation to the MBA (Advanced) program - only courses studied in
the Griffith MBA program will be considered when calculating the required grade point average.


Master of Business Administration (Advanced)
From 2008, to be eligible for the award of Master of Business Administration (Advanced) (MBA), a student
must acquire 160CP as prescribed below:


        gain 80CP for core MBA courses
        gain 80CP for approved MBA specialisation courses and/or international exchange component
        the grade of Pass Conceded will not be awarded for any course.

Honours

To be eligible for the award of Master of Business Administration (Advanced) with Honours (MBA Hons), a
student must acquire 160CP as prescribed below:


        gain 60CP for core MBA courses
        gain 10CP for 7907IBA Managing Strategically
        gain 10CP for an approved research methods course
        gain 40CP for an approved specialisation plus 40CP for a research dissertation
        the grade of Pass Conceded will not be awarded for any course.

Classification of Honours

This degree with Honours can be awarded in the following classes:


        First Class Honours (I)
        Second Class - Division A Honours (IIA)
        Second Class - Division B Honours (IIB)
        Third Class Honours (III)

The class of Honours to be awarded to each student in this degree will be determined by the relevant
Assessment Board on the basis of the Honours Weighted Average (HWA) and the Standard Cut-Offs as
outlined in the Masters Degrees with Honours section of the Policy for the Award of Masters Degrees other
than the Master of Philosophy.




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Consistent with the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) Standard 20, a student
undertaking this program must complete:


        40CP of Business core courses as specified by the Program Director.




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