The Master of Management will equip you with specialist knowledge and skills required to address the myriad of challenges within today’s competitive business environment.

In order to survive, compete and grow as a leader in this dynamic landscape, it is essential that management professionals are equipped with advanced management skills and industry informed knowledge, leading-edge tools and methods, which we deliver within the Master of Management.

The program develops advanced core management skills and knowledge, to inform decision making and achieve business objectives in a broad range of organisational contexts. The program will prepare you to be strong leader, a problem solver and an informed decision maker, at the forefront of any business or organisation.

We offer flexible study options, including the choice to customise the program as a management generalist or to build specialist skills in Human Resource Management, Marketing, Supply Chain Management, or Tourism and Event Management to suit your individual interests and objectives and options. You can also gain hands-on experience and industry insights through a range of industry specific projects, placements and career mentorship opportunities.

Acquiring a high-level understanding of business leadership, project management, entrepreneurship and strategy, the Master of Management will equip you to advance your management career in a dynamic business context.

Take your management career to the next level.


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Adam Szuster

Adam Szuster

Director, ASENT Pty Ltd
Master of Management

“I think the best part of studying a Masters in Management was having the opportunity to challenge myself intellectually. Postgraduate studies have furthered my opportunities up the organisational ladder.”

“The flexibility that UniSA Business School offered, including the option of arranging my study periods throughout the year, was a huge bonus. At the end of the day having a degree is quite common - a postgraduate degree separates you from the rest of the crowd.”