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1 DEGREES GUIDE FUTURE STUDY POST GRAD UATE 2014 AUSTRALIAN STUDENTS

2 WHY CHOOSE GRIFFITH? At Griffith, we ll help you gain the knowledge you need to create the type of career you want. We re ranked in the top 5% worldwide By choosing to study with us, you ll benefit from degrees that are informed by our world-class research, expert knowledge and industry connections. We value your experience We recognise the knowledge gained through work experience, as well as prior study, which means you may be more qualified to study a postgraduate degree than you think. We ll help you reach your potential With full-time, part-time, online and intensive study options, you can tailor your study to fit in with your lifestyle. We also offer a range of free support services especially for mature age students. We provide an enriching research environment We have more than 2500 experts who are committed to collaborative, interdisciplinary and socially responsive research outcomes in a broad range of disciplines. We re Australia s fastest growing university precinct With more than $320 million worth of upgrades to our campuses across Brisbane, Logan and the Gold Coast being rolled out for 2014, you ll study in an exciting and progressive environment. A top-ranked University with a welcoming atmosphere. What more could you want? You ll join more than students from over 130 countries, all building their future with one of Australia s most respected universities.

3 CONTENTS How can we help you take the next step in your career? 2 Your study options 4 Your considerations 5 Fast-find postgraduate degree index 6 LEGEND Abbreviations and symbols used throughout this guide: G = Gold Coast L = Logan M = Mt Gravatt N = Nathan S = South Bank S/GGC = South Bank Griffith Graduate Centre This degree is new in 2014 QTAC = Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre F = Full-time study P = Part-time study 1F/2P = 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time GPA = Grade Point Average. All GPAs in this publication are on a 7.0 scale. CONT. = continued N/A = Not applicable More detailed explanations of terms are on pages 126 and 127. Study areas Business and Government 8 Criminology and Law 26 Education 32 Engineering and Information Technology 42 Environment, Planning and Architecture 50 Health 56 Humanities and Languages 80 Queensland Conservatorium 84 Science and Aviation 88 Visual and Creative Arts 94 Higher Degrees by Research 100 In the top 5% worldwide 108 Our campuses 110 What will my study cost? 114 Scholarships 115 Study materials 116 Study overseas 117 Services for research students 118 How do I apply? 119 Student services and support 122 Student life 124 University terms explained 126 What s the next step? 128 Key dates inside back cover Important note. All information is correct as at February 2013, but is subject to change as content is reviewed and updated. Cover image: Master of Information Technology Professional (eservices) graduate Ekaterina Shum works as a web developer in the travel industry.

4 HOW CAN WE TAKE THE NEXT STEP IN YOUR Degree and Career Finder Explore our comprehensive range of degrees online. You can search by degree, career or course and find everything you need to know, from entry requirements and study options to fees and how to apply. griffith.edu.au/ degree-career-finder Research Hub website Connect with Griffith researchers and find a supervisor on our Research Hub before you apply. You can search this informative guide by researcher name or by academic field to find out more about our research groups, areas of expertise and current projects. research-hub.griffith.edu.au Future Students Contact Centre Our expert team is here to help you with all your study questions. Ask Us: griffith.edu.au/ask-us Freecall: Monday to Friday, 8.30 am 4.45 pm 2 Griffith University Future Study Postgraduate Degrees Guide 2014

5 HELP YOU CAREER? Future Students website Find out more about your study options, important dates and support services. You can also use our Dream Job Builder, which can help you identify your strengths, talents and personality style and gain insight into what career would suit you. griffith.edu.au/ futurestudents Return to study website We understand that people returning to study have different needs to those straight out of high school. That s why we offer a range of free support services especially for postgraduate and mature age students. griffith.edu.au/returntostudy Open Day At Open Day, you ll get the chance to experience our campuses, learn more about our study areas, and discuss postgraduate study options with our staff. griffith.edu.au/openday Opening in 2013: Griffith Health Centre at Gold Coast campus (above left) and Sir Samuel Griffith Centre at Nathan campus (above right). 3

6 YOUR STUDY OPTIONS Graduate Certificate/Graduate Diploma I have a bachelors degree Your pathway to expanding your qualifications in a new or related discipline. Build on existing skills and knowledge or switch career direction. Use your bachelor degree as a pathway to building specialised knowledge in a new or existing discipline or professional area. Take the next step towards a masters degree and expand your career options. Duration: Certificate 6 months full-time or 1 year part-time Diploma 1 year full-time or 2 years part-time Masters by coursework Give your career a real advantage and become an expert in your field. Build on your bachelors degree knowledge or develop knowledge and skills in another discipline through a coursework masters degree. Graduates have advanced knowledge for professional practice. Duration: 1 2 years full-time or 2 4 years part-time I have five years or more professional experience We value your experience. Even if you haven t studied at university before, you may still be qualified for postgraduate study. Graduate Certificate Use your extensive work experience as a foundation and study four subjects to complete a graduate certificate in as little as one semester. It becomes a qualification in its own right, or you can use it as a pathway to a masters degree. Duration: 6 months full-time or one year part-time I have a bachelor degree with honours or postgraduate qualifications If you ve completed an honours year as part of your undergraduate studies, or undertaken advanced postgraduate studies that included a research component, you may be eligible to further your career with a higher degree by research. Masters by research Fulfil your dream to carry out a significant piece of supervised research and present advanced findings in a thesis. Duration: 1 2 years full-time with part-time options PhD (Doctorate) A PhD challenges you to develop original knowledge in a chosen field through advanced research and preparation of a thesis of original findings. Duration: 2 4 years full-time with part-time options See pages for full details on entry requirements to each of our postgraduate programs and higher degrees by research. 4 Griffith University Future Study Postgraduate Degrees Guide 2014

7 YOUR CONSIDERATIONS A postgraduate degree with Griffith will set you up for a new career and help you seize the next opportunity coming your way. Here are some key issues to consider to make sure you choose the degree that suits your interests, your goals and your lifestyle. Find the right study program You ll find more details on all the postgraduate study programs available at Griffith in pages of this guide. You can also see a complete list of our programs at griffith.edu.au/degree-career-finder, or talk to us at any time of the year to find out more. Balance your commitments Any postgraduate degree, especially one involving research, will require a serious level of commitment. At Griffith we offer flexibility. You can study full-time or parttime, on-campus, online or a combination of both. And if your situation changes while you re studying, we ve also got support options available to help you balance your commitments. Check pages for more details on the study options for each of our programs. Investigate employment trends Take notice of the employment trends in your preferred area. With a long-term view of postgraduate study, you can t go wrong. To find out more about trends and opportunities: search projections for the latest forecasts deewr.gov.au/lmip look at the job outlook by career and industry joboutlook.gov.au check the latest job listings seek.com.au. Funding Most degrees, including postgraduate, are now available under the Australian Government s HELP scheme, which means you ll have no upfront costs when you return to study. Depending on your circumstances and what you want to study, you may also be eligible to apply for a scholarship. Find out more about scholarships on page 115 and about study costs on page

8 FAST-FIND POSTGRADUATE DEGREE INDEX The index below guides you to comprehensive degree information, including entry requirements and career opportunities. Study areas Business and Government Pages 8 25 Criminology and Law Pages Education Pages Engineering and Information Technology Pages Environment, Planning and Architecture Pages Health Pages Humanities and Languages Pages Queensland Conservatorium Pages Science and Aviation Pages Visual and Creative Arts Pages Higher Degrees by Research Pages A Accounting 9, 12 Accounting (professional) 9 Acute care nursing 70 Administration (business) 11 Administration (public) 22 Adult and vocational education 41 Animation (visual arts) 98 Applied finance 12 Applied linguistics (arts) 33 Applied theatre 34 Architecture 51 Arts (applied linguistics) 33 Arts (creative and digital) 82 Art (fine) 98 Arts (journalism and mass communication) 81 Arts (media) 82 Arts (musical) 104 Arts (public relations) 82 Arts (public sector leadership) 23 Arts (research studies) 40 Arts (visual arts) 98 Arts and media 82 Asian studies 10 Australian migration law and practice 31 Autism studies 34 Aviation management 89 B Business 9 25 Business administration 11 Business (employment relations) 13 Business (event management) 14 Business (human resource management) 16 Business (information systems) 17 Business (international) 18 Business (international tourism and hospitality management) 14 Business (marketing) 20 Business (preparatory program) 21 Business (research studies) 23 Business (risk management) 24 Business (sport management) 14 Business (supply network management) 24 Business (sustainable enterprise) 25 C Childhood studies (education) Childhood studies (human services) 61 Choral music 85 Climate change adaptation (environment) Clinical dentistry 58 Clinical dentistry (implant dentistry) 58 Clinical microbiology 90 Clinical physiology 91 Clinical psychology 75 Clinical science (clinical microbiology) 90 Clinical science (clinical physiology) 91 Coaching, sports 74 Commerce 12 Communication (arts) 81 Communication (mass) 81 Community rehabilitation 64 Composition (musical arts) 104 Computer engineering 44 Contemporary music 85 Counselling (rehabilitation) (human services) 64 Crime analysis 28 Criminology and criminal justice 27 Critical care (nursing) 70 D Data management (information technology) 47 Dental technology (prosthetics) 58 Dentistry 57 Dentistry (clinical) 58 Dentistry (implant) 58 Dentistry and oral health Design futures 95 Design (digital) 96 Design (visual arts) 98 Dietetics (and nutrition) 72 Digital design (visual and creative arts) 96 Disability studies (human services) 62 Dispute resolution 28 Drama education 34 E Early childhood education Economics (and policy) (environment) Education 36 Education (autism studies) 34 Education (drama) 34 Education (early childhood) Education (health professional) 59 Education (leadership) 39 Education (middle years) 39 Education (primary) 37 Education (research studies) 40 Education (secondary) 38 Education (special) 40 Education (teaching) 37 Education (TESOL) 33 Education (training and development) 41 Education for sustainability (environment) Education studies 39 Educational leadership 39 Electronic and computer engineering 44 Emergency nursing 71 Employment relations 13 Engineering Engineering (dual specialisation) 43, 44 Engineering (electronic and computer) 44 Engineering (energy systems) 44 Engineering (environmental) 44 Engineering management 44 Engineering (sport technology) 44 Engineering (structural and geotechnical) 44 Engineering (waste management) 49 Engineering (water and wastewater management) 49 Enterprise architecture (information technology) 45 Environment (climate change adaptation) Environment (economics and policy) Environment (education for sustainability) Environment (research studies) 54 Environment (water resources) Environmental (and urban) planning 55 Environmental engineering 44 Environmental protection eservices (information technology) 48 Event management 14 Exercise science 73 6 Griffith University Future Study Postgraduate Degrees Guide 2014

9 F Film 97, 98 Film (screen production) 98 Finance applied 12 Financial planning 12 Fine art 98 Flight management 92 Forensic mental health 29 Forensic science (police stream) 93 Franchising 15 Futures (design) 95 G Games design 98 Geotechnical (and structural) engineering 44 H Health (public) 78 Health research 69 Health practice (infection prevention and control) 67 Health practice (health professional education) 59 Health professional education 59 Health services management 60 Higher Degrees by Research Higher doctorates Higher education 105 Hospitality management 14 Human resource management 16 Human services Human services (case management) 65 Human services (childhood studies) 61 Human services (disability studies) 62 Human services (non-specialised program) 63 Human services (orientation and mobility) 63 Human services (rehabilitation counselling) 64 Human services (social work) 66 Human services (social gerontology) 61 Human services (youth work) 61 I Infection prevention and control 67 Information systems 17, 46 Information technology Information technology (data management) 47 Information technology (enterprise architecture) 45, 48 Information technology (eservices) 48 Information technology (networking and security) 48 Information technology professional 47 Information technology (software development) 48 Instrumental teaching (music studies) 85 Integrated water management 54 International business 18 International hospitality management 14 International relations 19 International tourism and hospitality management 14 J Journalism (arts) 81 Journalism and mass communication 81 Justice (criminology and criminal) 27 L Law Leadership (educational) 39 Leadership (public sector) 23 Legal studies (professional) 30 Linguistics (applied) (arts) 33 Logistics (supply network management) 24 M Management (aviation) 89 Management (data) (information technology) 47 Management (engineering) 44 Management (event) 14 Management (flight) 92 Management (health services) 61 Management (human resource) 16 Management (international hospitality) 14 Management (international tourism) 14 Management (marketing) 20 Management (public administration) 22 Management (risk) (business) 24 Management (sport) 14 Management (supply network) 24 Marketing 20 Marketing management 20 Mass communication (arts) 81 MBA 11 Media (arts) 82 Medical research (health) 69 Medicine 68 Mental health (forensic) 29 Mental health practice 64 Microbiology (clinical) 90 Middle years education 39 Migration law and practice (Australian) 31 MPhil 105 Musculoskeletal and sport physiotherapy 74 Music 84 87, 106 Music (instrumental performance) 85 Music (vocal performance) 85 Music studies (choral music) 85 Music studies (contemporary music) 85 Music studies (instrumental teaching) 85 Music studies (pedagogy) 85 Music studies (performance) 85 Music studies (research track) 85 Music technology 86 Musical arts 104 N Networking and security (information technology) 48 Nursing (acute care) 70 Nursing (critical care) 70 Nursing (emergency) 71 Nutrition and dietetics 72 O Oral health (dentistry) Organisational psychology 76 Orientation and mobility (human services) 63 P Pedagogy (music studies) 85 Performance (musical arts) 85 Performance (music studies) 85 Pharmaceutical science 72 Pharmacy 72 PhD 101 PhD by publication 102 Philosophy (by publication) 102 Philosophy (clinical psychology) 102 Philosophy (medicine/surgery) 68 Philosophy (organisational psychology) 103 Philosophy , 105 Photography (visual arts) 98 Physiology (clinical) 91 Physiotherapy (sports) 74 Physiotherapy 73 Physiotherapy and exercise science 73 Planning (financial) 12 Planning (urban and environmental) 55 Police forensic science 93 Policy (and economics) (environment) Policy analysis 21 Preparatory program (business) 21 Primary education 37 Professional accounting 9 Professional information technology 47 Professional legal studies 30 Prosthetics (dental technology) 58 Protection (environmental) Psychology Psychology (clinical) 75 Psychology (organisational) 76 Psycological science 77 Public administration 22 Public health 78 Public health (climate change and environment) 78 Public relations (arts) 82 Public sector leadership (arts) 23 Q Queensland Conservatorium R Rehabilitation (case management) 65 Rehabilitation counselling (human services) 64 Relations (employment) 13 Relations (international) 19 Research Research (study abroad) 107 Research studies (arts, education and law) 40 Research studies (business) 23 Research studies (science, environment, engineering and technology) 54 Resolution (dispute) 28 Resources (water) 53 Risk management (business) 24 S Science (aviation management) 89 Science (clinical physiology) 91 Science (clinical microbiology) 90 Science (forensic) (police stream) 93 Science (medical research) 69 Science (pharmaceutical) 72 Screen production 97 Screen writing 97 Secondary education 38 Software development (IT) 48 Social work (human services) 66 Special education 40 Speech pathology 79 Sport management 14 Sport technology (engineering) 44 Sports coaching 74 Sports physiotherapy (musculoskeletal) 74 Structural and geotechnical engineering 44 Suicide prevention studies 77 Suicidology 77 Supply network management (business) 24 Surgery 68 Sustainable enterprise 25 Sustainability (education) (environment) Systems (information) 17, 46 T Teaching 37 Teaching of English to speakers of other languages 33 Technology (dental) (prosthetics) 58 Technology (information) Technology (music) 86 TESOL 33 Tourism (international) 14 Tourism and hospitality (international) 14 Tourism management (international) 14 Training and development (education) 41 U Urban and environmental planning 55 V Visual arts (animation) 98 Visual arts (design) 98 Visual arts (film and screen media) 98 Visual arts (fine art) 98 Visual arts (photography) 98 Visual arts 98, 104 Vocal performance (music) 85 Vocational education 41 W Wastewater and water management 49 Water management 49 Water planning 54 Water resources 53 Web screen design (digital design) 96 Y Youth work (human services) 61 7

10 Stephanie Oates, Master of Business Administration BUSINESS AND GOVERNMENT For Stephanie Oates, life is about pursuing her passions for music, education and the environment. These passions have taken her on a colourful career journey around Australia from working as a music teacher in Darwin to working in the resources sector in Emerald. I just love its flexibility of delivery and the structure of the MBA content. It is not just about learning content to a certain standard, it s about the discussions and discovery of new ideas. The ever-changing and constantly improving philosophy of the MBA really speaks to its students. Related studies See the list of further options at the end of this section on page 25. She says each new pursuit is informed by her Griffith Master of Business Administration (MBA). With the backing of her MBA she is now starting an electronic music school. With the right knowledge, I ve been able to turn what I love into what I do! Stephanie said. griffith.edu.au/business-government 8 Griffith University Future Study Postgraduate Degrees Guide 2014

11 Know more about Business and Government CREDIT FOR YOUR EXPERIENCE At Griffith, our approach is flexible and we recognise the value of professional experience as well as previous study. So, even if you haven t studied at university before, our professional entry options recognise relevant work experience as qualification for entry to many of our graduate certificate degrees. PATHWAYS TO DEVELOP YOUR CAREER Employers are increasingly expecting their staff to have postgraduate qualifications. Through our graduate certificate programs, you can complete a postgraduate degree in as little as six months full-time, broadening your knowledge to prepare for management, or deepening your knowledge to set yourself up as a specialist. Graduate certificates can also provide a pathway towards our masters degrees. BROADEN YOUR EXPERIENCE With a range of exchange and internship opportunities, you can build valuable industry connections both in Australia and abroad. There are also options to study intensive courses overseas to deepen your understanding of Asian and European business practices. TAPPING INTO EXPERTISE We link you with the best minds in industry so you re not just learning, but networking. Our degrees are delivered by staff members who speak your language because their qualifications are enriched with industry experience and ongoing research. We were also recognised as Australia s leading tourism educator in the National Tourism Awards, and Queensland s leader in government and international relations research and teaching. ACCOUNTING Master of Accounting NEW 5585/5584 G/N 1.5F/3P; 120CP Feb, July* Internal study on campus. *Nathan only. Master of Professional Accounting NEW 5583/5582 G/N 2.5F; 180CP Feb, July* Internal study on campus. *Nathan only. If you already have an accounting major, the Master of Accounting will help you work towards full membership with Australian professional accounting bodies. You ll also receive academic support to help you prepare for the Certified Practicing Accountants (CPA) external examinations. If you re from a non-accounting background, the Master of Professional Accounting conversion program will give you the training in accounting and related areas needed to meet the full academic requirements for membership to the Australian professional accounting bodies. You ll gain the technical and conceptual skills needed to become an accountant and will develop your ability to analyse, critique and synthesise various accounting and related principles, methods and techniques. Master of Accounting bachelor degree in accounting with a GPA of at least 4.0, and eligibility for associate membership with CPA Australia or postgraduate degree in accounting with a GPA of at least 4.0, and eligibility for associate membership with CPA Australia To be admitted, you must be eligible for Associate membership and enrolment in the CPA Program. You must apply to CPA Australia for Associate membership and enrolment in the CPA Program before enrolling in any CPA-related postgraduate study. Master of Professional Accounting non-relevant bachelor degree with a GPA of at least 4.0 If you wish to apply for the Master of Professional Accounting and hold a degree from an overseas institution, you must have this award recognised by the National Office of Overseas Skills Recognition (NOOSR) as equivalent to an Australian degree. and professional recognition You ll be qualified for work in government administration, business planning, cost and management accounting, auditing, information systems, taxation, finance and banking, stockbroking, Treasury, foreign exchange, superannuation, consulting, insurance, and manufacturing. Business and Government 9

12 Asian Studies Graduate Certificate in Asian Studies 3141 N 0.5F/1P; 40CP Feb, July Internal study on campus. Master of Asian Studies 5211 N 1F/2P; 80CP Feb, July Internal study on campus. Learn from leaders in Asian studies teaching and research and gain the skills and knowledge needed to work in a range of policy, consultancy and diplomacy roles. In the graduate certificate, you ll develop an understanding of Asian politics, history, culture and contemporary international relations. The masters builds on this knowledge and provides more detail on the societies and economies of East and South East Asia. You ll also learn about regional changes in Asia. In the masters, you can choose to complete your 80CP as coursework, or you can complete 40CP as coursework and the remaining 40CP as a research dissertation. The research option can provide a pathway into a PhD. Graduate Certificate bachelors degree in a related discipline with a GPA of at least 4.0 or non-related bachelors degree with a GPA of at least 4.0 and two years equivalent full-time professional work experience in a related field or five years equivalent full-time professional work experience Master bachelors degree in a related discipline with a GPA of at least 4.0 or non-related bachelors degree with a GPA of at least 4.0 and two years equivalent full-time professional work experience in a related field or graduate certificate in a related discipline with a GPA of at least 4.0 You ll be able to work in policy, consultancy and management roles in businesses with international links and government, especially in diplomacy, strategic analysis, and trade relations. You may also find work in news and media organisations and non-government organisations, such as international aid and environmental organisations. Griffith was the right place for Vivienne Anthon, CEO of the Australian Institute of Management (QLD & NT), to do an MBA. It was about expanding boundaries as much as expanding thinking. The University had an eclectic mix of different people and difference brings brilliance, she said. 10 Griffith University Future Study Postgraduate Degrees Guide 2014

13 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION/MBA Graduate Certificate in Business Administration 3048/3047 G/S 0.5F/1P; 40CP Feb, July Online, face-to-face, or a blend of both. Face-to-face courses (subjects) are offered in weekend and early evening modes, with some courses offered in intensive workshops of four or five days. Master of Business Administration 5159/5158 G/S 1.5F*/3P; 120CP Feb, July Online, face-to-face, or a blend of both. Face-to-face courses (subjects) are offered in weekend and early evening modes, with some courses offered in intensive workshops of four or five days. * It may be possible to fast-track completion of the masters over 12 months by enrolling in the intensive summer courses, and by attending the popular two-week program offered in Denmark during June/July. If you wish to complete your program in 12 months, Griffith s MBA staff will help you develop a study plan. For the latest information on Griffith s MBA go to griffith.edu.au/mba Studying an MBA is the ideal way to develop a solid business foundation and take the next step in your career. Our MBA is world-ranked and offers a new kind of MBA experience. You ll gain critical business skills and knowledge you d expect from an MBA, and also develop your understanding of responsible leadership, sustainable business practices and the Asia Pacific. If you don t meet the entry requirements for the MBA, you can apply to the Graduate Certificate in Business Administration, which provides a pathway to the MBA. Find out more about the Griffith s MBA at griffith.edu.au/mba. Graduate Certificate seven years equivalent full-time work experience, including two years in a management or supervisory level in a business environment MBA bachelors degree with a GPA of at least 4.5 and three years professional full-time work experience, including two years at management or supervisory level in a business environment or Graduate Certificate in Business Administration from Griffith University with a GPA of at least 4.0 and two years equivalent full-time work experience in a management or supervisory level position in a business environment You ll be prepared for senior management positions in a wide range of industries and in all sectors. You ll also have the skills needed to start your own business. For counter-terrorism specialist Warwick Penrose, a Master of Business Administration (MBA) proved crucial in establishing a charity organisation in post-war Bosnia-Herzegovina. Warwick, who developed a successful Explosive Protective Equipment business after leaving the Australian military, said the MBA shored up his management skills. It helped me understand there is more than one approach that can be applied to achieve an outcome, he said. Business and Government 11

14 COMMERCE Graduate Certificate in Commerce 3175/3174 G/N 0.5F/1P; 40CP Feb, July* Internal study on campus. *Nathan only. Master of Commerce 5440/5439 G/N 1.5F/3P; 120CP Feb, July* Internal study on campus. *Nathan only. Master of Commerce (Advanced) 5441 N 2F/4P; 160CP Feb, July Internal study on campus. In the graduate certificate, you ll gain core knowledge and skills in accounting, finance, and financial planning. The masters is a conversion program. If you have no background in accounting, finance or financial planning, and are looking for a career change, this degree will suit you. You can expand your expertise with the advanced masters. You ll study an additional four courses in related disciplines to complement your studies, broaden your knowledge base and improve your professional outcomes. You can choose to study areas such as Advanced Accounting, Human Resource Management, Information Systems Management or Marketing. Specialisations Accounting and Finance (Nathan) Applied Finance (Nathan) Financial Planning (Nathan, Semester 1 intake only) interdisciplinary strand (Nathan) Graduate Certificate bachelors degree with a GPA of at least 4.0 or two years equivalent full-time professional work experience in a related field at a management or supervisory level (for the Applied Finance or Financial Planning specialisations) Master bachelors degree with a GPA of at least 4.0 or a Graduate Certificate in Commerce from Griffith University with a GPA of at least 4.0 If you have a bachelors degree in accounting, financial planning or applied finance from an Australian university or an overseas institution recognised by the NOOSR as equivalent, you are not eligible to enrol in the related specialisations within this degree. Master (Advanced) There is no direct entry to this degree. To be eligible, you must achieve a GPA of at least 4.5 after completing the first 80CP of coursework in the Master of Commerce. and professional recognition Applied Finance You ll be equipped for positions in banks, insurance companies, Treasury and stockbroking firms, and for roles in foreign exchange, futures and options, portfolio management, risk analysis and financial advice. If you complete a specific menu of courses within this specialisation, you ll meet most of the key requirements for compliance (depending on courses completed) with ASIC Regulatory Guide RG146. Visit asic.gov.au Financial Planning You ll find career opportunities as authorised representatives, financial advisers and para-planners in the financial services industry, including banks, funds management and financial planning companies. Graduates of the Master of Commerce (Financial Planning) will be eligible for admission to the Financial Planning Association of Australia s CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER Certification Program. Graduates will also be eligible for advanced standing for three of the educational components of the program. Graduates will complete a program that complies with the minimum education requirements of the ASIC Regulatory Guide RG Griffith University Future Study Postgraduate Degrees Guide 2014

15 EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS Graduate Certificate in Employment Relations 3180 OUA 1P; 40CP Feb Online. Master of Employment Relations 5454 OUA 1F/2P; 80CP Feb, July Online. In the graduate certificate, you ll develop a sound understanding of key issues around formulating and implementing employment relations policies in dynamic environments. In the masters, you ll further enhance this understanding, and learn about workplace and institutional practices and strategies, employment law, negotiation and dispute resolution, managing equity and diversity, workplace health and safety, managing rewards and performance, and employment relations strategy. Graduate Certificate bachelors degree in a related discipline with a GPA of at least 4.0 or non-related bachelors degree with a GPA of at least 4.0 and two years equivalent full-time professional work experience in a related field or five years equivalent full-time professional work experience in a related field Master bachelors degree in a related discipline with a GPA of at least 4.0 or non-related bachelors degree with a GPA of at least 4.0 and two years equivalent full-time professional work experience in a related field or Graduate Certificate in Employment Relations or Graduate Certificate in Human Resource Management (3274) from Griffith University or an equivalent tertiary education institution, with a GPA of at least 4.0 You ll be equipped for senior employment relations roles in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors, including in enterprise bargaining, staff management and policy. You ll also be prepared to work as an advisor, consultant or industrial officer in employer associations, employment relations consulting firms and unions. When musician Daniel Blackmore decided on a new career path, he turned to Griffith University to maximise a business employment opportunity. After completing a Master of Commerce in 2009, he took up a position as a senior business analyst with the Port of Brisbane. This course equipped me perfectly with the skills I needed to further my new career, he said. Business and Government 13

16 EVENT MANAGEMENT/INTERNATIONAL TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT/ SPORT MANAGEMENT Graduate Certificate in Event Management 3149 G 0.5F/1P; 40CP Feb, July Internal study on campus. Master of Business (Event Management) 5445 G 1F/2P; 80CP Feb, July Internal study on campus. Master of Business with Honours (Event Management) 5447 G 1.5F/3P; 120CP Feb, July Internal study on campus. Graduate Certificate in International Tourism and Hospitality Management 3117 G 0.5F/1P; 40CP Feb, July Internal study on campus. Master of Business (International Tourism and Hospitality Management) 5445 G 1F/2P; 80CP Feb, July Internal study on campus. Master of Business with Honours (International Tourism and Hospitality Management) 5447 G 1.5F/3P; 120CP Feb, July Internal study on campus. Graduate Certificate in Sport Management 3105 G 0.5F/1P; 40CP Feb, July Internal study on campus. Master of Business (Sport Management) 5445 G 1F/2P; 80CP Feb, July Internal study on campus. Master of Business with Honours (Sport Management) 5447 G 1.5F/3P; 120CP Feb, July Internal study on campus. You ll gain core knowledge and skills in these graduate certificates. You can choose an area of expertise that s relevant to you, and build on this with the Masters of Business. You ll develop practical skills through this innovative, research-informed and internationally recognised degree. By studying with Australia s leading tourism educator, you ll be prepared to meet the changing needs of business, community and government enterprises involved in event management, tourism, hospitality, and sport management. If you re a high performing student, you ll have the opportunity to further advance your skills and knowledge in the masters with honours. You ll complete a 40CP supervised research project that forms the basis for entry into a higher degree by research (see pages ). Specialisations Event Management You ll gain the specialist knowledge and skills needed for professional work organising medium- to large-scale meetings, conventions, festivals, and sporting and charitable events. This degree is ideal for event managers wanting to upgrade their skills, and business graduates interested in event management. International Tourism and Hospitality Management You ll learn how to analyse and critically evaluate current tourism and hospitality management practices. You ll be able to provide leadership to enhance the sustainability and development of tourism and hospitality enterprises. 14 Griffith University Future Study Postgraduate Degrees Guide 2014

17 Sport Management You ll learn how to manage the business of sport. You ll gain knowledge and skills in sport marketing and promotion, sport and recreation planning and development, sport business and sporting events. You ll be highly sought after by employers in professional sports leagues and franchises, national and state sport organisations, sport venues and facilities, and sport clubs and associations. Graduate Certificate bachelors degree in a related discipline with a GPA of at least 4.0 or non-related bachelors degree with a GPA of at least 4.0 and two years equivalent full-time professional work experience in a related field or Graduate Certificate in Business (3187 or 3191) having completed the relevant study pathway from Griffith University or an equivalent tertiary education institution, with a GPA of at least 4.0 or five years equivalent full-time professional work experience in a related field Master bachelors degree in a related discipline with a GPA of at least 4.0 or non-related bachelors degree with a GPA of at least 4.0 and two years equivalent full-time professional work experience in a related field or Graduate Certificate in Business (3187 or 3191) having completed the Master of Business study pathway or a Graduate Certificate in Event Management (3149), or a Graduate Certificate in International Tourism and Hospitality Management (3117), or Graduate Certificate in Sport Management (3105) from Griffith University or an equivalent tertiary education institution, with a GPA of at least 4.0 Master with Honours Master of Business with a GPA of at least 5.5 across the best four (40CP) courses undertaken, including 7010GBS Research Design You also need to lodge a Nomination of Dissertation Topic and Supervisor for Coursework Masters Dissertation form with your application. The final decision regarding admission to honours is at the discretion of the program director. Professional recognition Depending on your specialisation, you may be eligible for admission to: International Council on Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Education International Special Events Society Pacific Asia Travel Association Australian Society of Sport Administrators Sports Management Association of Australia and New Zealand. The event management and international tourism and hospitality degrees are accredited by the International Centre of Excellence in Tourism and Hospitality Education. FRANCHISING Graduate Certificate in Franchising 3116 S 1P; 40CP Feb, July Internal study on campus and online. Australia is one of the world s most franchised nations and franchising contributes more than $130 billion to Australia s economy. Whether you re already a franchise operator or seeking entry to the franchising sector, this degree will improve your knowledge and give you an understanding of new franchising opportunities and strategies for managing, leading and expanding franchise operations. bachelors degree in a related discipline with a GPA of at least 4.0 or non-related bachelors degree with a GPA of at least 4.0 and two years equivalent full-time professional work experience in a related field or five years equivalent full-time professional work experience in a related field You ll be able to enhance your existing franchise business or enter the sector via employment or self-employment. A life-changing decision to study sports management at Griffith University could be a case of perfect timing for Master of Business (Sport Management) student Nina Wittlings. I m hopeful that job opportunities will open up in the lead-up to the Commonwealth Games in 2018, she said. Nina is keen to explore the marketing and management aspects of running sporting events. Business and Government 15

18 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Graduate Certificate in Human Resource Management 3189/3188 G/N 0.5F/1P; 40CP Feb, July Internal study on campus. Graduate Certificate in Human Resource Management 3274 OUA 1P; 40CP Feb, July Online. Master of Human Resource Management 5331/5261 G/N 1F/2P; 80CP Feb, July Internal study on campus. Master of Human Resource Management with Honours 5389/5262 G/N 1.5F/3P; 120CP Feb, July Internal study on campus. You ll gain a strong foundation in the functional areas of human resource management with a solid strategic application. In the graduate certificate, you ll study functional areas such as recruitment and selection, training and development, and performance and rewards. If you already have a strong understanding or experience in human resource management, the masters degree will help you develop the skills to analyse human resource management issues at an advanced level. You ll develop strategic thinking and high level critical analytical and problem solving skills around human resource management issues including organisational change and managing people across international operations. You can choose electives focused on managing high performance work systems, diversity, information systems and leadership. If you re a high achiever, you ll have the opportunity to further advance your skills and expertise by studying the masters with honours. You ll complete a supervised dissertation (40CP) on a topic of your choice that can then form the basis for entry into a higher degree by research (see pages ). Graduate Certificate bachelors degree in a related discipline with a GPA of at least 4.0 or non-related bachelors degree with a GPA of at least 4.0 and two years equivalent full-time professional work experience in a related field or Graduate Certificate in Business (3187 or 3191) having completed the Human Resource Management study pathway from Griffith University or an equivalent tertiary education institution, with a GPA of at least 4.0 or five years equivalent full-time professional work experience in a related field Master bachelors degree in a related discipline with a GPA of at least 4.0 or a non-related bachelors degree with a GPA of at least 4.0 and two years equivalent full-time professional work experience in a related field or Graduate Certificate in Business (3187 or 3191) from Griffith University having completed the Human Resource Management study pathway or a Graduate Certificate in Human Resource Management (3188 or 3189 or 3274) from Griffith University or an equivalent tertiary education, with a GPA of at least 4.0 Master with Honours Master of Human Resource Management, with a GPA of at least 5.5 across the best four core courses, including 7010GBS Research Design and lodge a Nomination of Dissertation Topic and Supervisor for Coursework Masters Dissertation form with your application You ll be prepared for generalist or specialist roles, such as human resources manager, recruitment consultant, or training and development officer. Professional recognition The Master of Human Resource Management is accredited by the Australian Human Resources Institute. 16 Griffith University Future Study Postgraduate Degrees Guide 2014

19 INFORMATION SYSTEMS Graduate Certificate in Information Systems 3057 N 0.5F/1P; 40CP Feb, July Internal study on campus. Master of Information Systems 5188 N 1F/2P; 80CP Feb, July Internal study on campus. Master of Information Systems with Honours 5456 N 1.5F/3P; 120CP Feb, July Internal study on campus. Management professionals and industry increasingly need leaders with in-depth current knowledge of information and communication technologies as well as an understanding of management tools and practices. In these degrees, you ll gain advanced knowledge and skills in information systems. In the masters, you ll develop the capacity to manage the functional responsibility for choosing, implementing and maintaining information systems within an organisation and across organisations, with a view to improving organisational performance. If you re a high achiever, you ll have the opportunity to further advance your skills and expertise in the masters with honours. You ll complete a supervised dissertation (40CP) on a topic of your choice that can then form the basis for entry into a higher degree by research (see pages ). Graduate Certificate bachelors degree in a related discipline with a GPA of at least 4.0 or non-related bachelors degree with a GPA of at least 4.0 and two years equivalent full-time professional work experience in a related field or Graduate Certificate in Business (3187 or 3191) having completed the Information Systems study pathway from Griffith University or an equivalent tertiary institution, with a GPA of at least 4.0 or five years equivalent full-time professional work experience in a related field Master bachelors degree in a related discipline with a GPA of at least 4.0 or non-related bachelors degree with a GPA of at least 4.0 and two years equivalent full-time professional work experience in a related field or Graduate Certificate in Business (3187 or 3191) having completed the Information Systems study pathway or a Graduate Certificate in Information Systems (3057) from Griffith University or an equivalent tertiary institution, with a GPA of at least 4.0 Master with Honours Master of Information Systems with a GPA of at least 5.5 across the best four core courses undertaken including 7010GBS Research Design and lodge a Nomination of Dissertation Topic and Supervisor for Coursework Masters Dissertation form with your application You ll be prepared for positions that relate to the business application of information technology in any organisation. You may find work as a systems analyst/developer, web/ecommerce developer, database designer and administrator, and information resource manager. Your skills could also lead to higher-level positions such as project leader and manager. Business and Government 17

20 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS Graduate Certificate in International Business 3102 N 0.5F/1P; 40CP Feb, July Internal study on campus. Master of International Business 5311 N 1.5F/3P; 120CP Feb, July Internal study on campus. Master of International Business with Honours 5312 N 2F/4P; 160CP Feb, July Internal study on campus. You ll develop business skills and gain an international perspective, with a strong focus on strategic analysis in different regional contexts. You ll learn about developing and implementing policies for sustainable international business and trade practices in the dynamic global environment. You can be awarded the graduate certificate after you ve successfully completed any four core courses from the Master of International Business. The masters degree builds upon the knowledge you ll gain in the graduate certificate. You ll complete eight core courses and choose from a range of cutting-edge electives. You ll also have opportunities to participate in supervised internships and exchange programs in Asia, North America and Europe through worldwide alliances. If you re a high achiever, you ll have the opportunity to further advance your skills and expertise by studying the masters with honours. In this degree, you ll complete a supervised dissertation (40CP) on a topic of your choice that can then form the basis for entry into a higher degree by research (see pages ). Graduate Certificate bachelors degree in a related discipline with GPA of at least 4.0 or non-related bachelors degree with a GPA of at least 4.0 and two years equivalent full-time professional work experience in a related field or five years full-time professional work experience Master bachelors degree in a related discipline with a GPA of at least 4.0 or non-related bachelors degree with a GPA of at least 4.0 and two years equivalent full-time professional work experience in a related field or a related graduate certificate with a GPA of at least 4.0 Master with Honours completed four core courses from the Master of International Business with a GPA of at least 5.5 You ll find career opportunities in multinational firms, public sector organisations and firms engaged in country risk analysis and international trade and investment. After completing a degree in tourism and hotel management in her native Spain, and working in the automotive industry in Barcelona, Laia Miralles Vazquez looked to Australia to shape her career. My interest in globalisation was the main reason for undertaking the Master of International Business at Griffith University, she said. I am expanding my knowledge from a range of perspectives, from finance to marketing to politics. It is preparing me for future leadership and management roles, and to meet the needs and challenges of current global firms. 18 Griffith University Future Study Postgraduate Degrees Guide 2014

21 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS Graduate Certificate in International Relations 3142/3255 N/OUA 0.5F/1P; 40CP Feb, July Internal study on campus or online. Master of International Relations 5388/5552 N/OUA 1F/2P; 80CP Feb, July Internal study on campus or online. Advance your understanding of international relations theory, the global economy, international security and foreign policy. The masters expands on the international relations knowledge you ll gain in the graduate certificate. You ll learn about issues raised by the rapidly changing nature of contemporary international affairs and globalisation. You ll also develop expertise in particular aspects of international relations, including international security, terrorism, foreign policy, international political economy, international environmental issues and Asian studies. In the masters, you can choose to complete your 80CP as coursework, or you can complete 40CP as coursework and the remaining 40CP as a research dissertation (available to on-campus students only). The research option can provide a pathway into a PhD. Master bachelors degree in a related discipline with a GPA of at least 4.0 or non-related bachelors degree with a GPA of at least 4.0 and two years equivalent full-time professional work experience in a related field or Graduate Certificate in International Relations from Griffith University with a GPA of at least 4.0 You ll be prepared to work in roles in internationally focused areas of government, including diplomacy, strategic analysis, defence, immigration and trade and investment relations. You could also find work in businesses with overseas profiles, international aid and other non-governmental organisations, and news and media organisations. Graduate Certificate bachelors degree in a related discipline with a GPA of 4.0 or non-related bachelors degree with a GPA of 4.0 and two years equivalent full-time professional work experience in a related field or five years equivalent full-time professional work experience in a related field Business and Government 19

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