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Master of International Business (MC-IB) // Notes

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Graduates of the Master of International Business can progress to an advanced Master’s program with a research component if they wish to seek admission to a PhD.

Duration

A full-time student should complete the course in four consecutive semesters. A part-time student should complete the course in eight consecutive semesters.

Graduate Certificate in International Business

Students enrolled in the Master of International Business program who are either unable, or who choose not to continue with their studies, may be eligible to exit with a Graduate Certificate in International Business.

  • Master of International Business students enrolled in the 200 point program who wish to exit with the Graduate Certificate must complete 100 points of Master of International Business subjects.
  • Master of International Business students with cognate backgrounds who are following the 150 point study plan and wish to exit with the Graduate Certificate must complete 50 points of Master of International Business subjects.

Graduate Diploma in International Business

Students enrolled in the Master of International Business program who are either unable, or who choose not to continue with their studies, may be eligible to exit with a Graduate Diploma in International Business.

  • Master of International Business students enrolled in the 200 point program who wish to exit with the Graduate Diploma must complete 150 points of Master of International Business subjects.
  • Master of International Business students with cognate backgrounds who are following the 150 point study plan and wish to exit with the Graduate Diploma must complete 100 points of Master of International Business subjects.