Persons are eligible to be admitted to study for the Master of Business Administration if they have:
a) Passed the Graduate School of Business Management Admissions Test (GSBMAT); and,
b) A bachelors degree from a recognised tertiary institution and a minimum of three years significant work experience in an executive of professional position involving considerable authority and decision making; or
c) Postgraduate diploma from Graduate School of Business, The University of the South Pacific with a minimum GPA of 3.0 plus 5 years significant work experience in an executive or professional position involving considerable authority and decision making; or
d) Have met the mature student admission criteria, which shall be judged on the basis of exceptional professional achievements.
The Master of Business Administration consists of twelve courses. A student who obtains three fail grades will not be allowed to continue with the Master of Business Administration programme.
MBA423, MBA431, MBA432, MBA433, MBA434, MBA435, MBA436, MBA437, MBA438, MBA439, MBA440; plus one from: MBA421, MBA422, MBA430, MBA441, MBA442, MBA443; or one from: AF420, AF433, DG410, DG415, DG417, EC408, EC412, MG401, MG404, MG405, MG409, MG410, MG411, MG412, LM401, LM402, TS401 or supervised independent research conducted within MBA425.
Note: Programmes in the Graduate School of Business operate on the basis of three trimesters per year.