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The University of Newcastle is a multi-campus institution offering programs in a number of locations.
1 years part-time up to 4 years maximum.
The Master of Business Research (MBR) aims to advance your research knowledge and skills in Business, Commerce and Management, enabling you to be at the forefront of the latest innovations, developments and opportunities in these fields.
The program is designed for talented mid-career professionals, including academics and professionals in Higher Education, interested in pursuing doctoral studies outside of a traditional PhD, or seeking a pathway into PhD studies.
Through the development of critical, analytical and technological capabilities, you will be able to apply the theory and methods of business research to ethically research, analyse and evaluate complex data sets. You will develop communication skills that facilitate the effective dissemination of research outputs and outcomes across academic and professional audiences.
The MBR program comprises four 20 unit core courses, a total of 80 units, to be undertaken over four Trimesters. Students must complete all of the core courses to qualify for the degree.
The sequential design of the program assists you to build on your research skills from the foundational knowledge to a research proposal.
The courses in sequence are as follows:
This Master of Business Research provides graduates with the expertise to establish and develop a successful career in research, within the higher education sector in academia or through enhancing the commercial performance of Industry, organisations or the public sector.
Successful completion of the Master of Business Research provides direct entry to the DBA and may be recognised as an entry to a PhD at The University of Newcastle or other universities.