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Master of Business Administration credit transfer arrangement for Sheridan graduates

June 24, 2013

Charles Sturt University (CSU) and Sheridan College have developed an articulation arrangement from a range of Graduate Certificates into CSU’s Master of Business Administration (MBA). Students study by distance education, and can complete the Master degree in as little as one year of full-time study. 
Alumni can now apply a range of graduate certificate credits to earn a Master of Business Administration from Charles Sturt University (CSU) 

Credit transfer details

For Sheridan students who have completed one of the following graduate certificates, including; International Business, Project Management, Marketing Management, Human Resource Management, Financial Planning or Business Process Management, students can apply to study CSU’s MBA by distance education, and will receive the following credit transfer package: 

  • Credit for four (eight point) subjects, which is equivalent to six months full-time study 
  • For students who have over three years relevant work experience, students are only required to complete eight (eight point) subjects to graduate with the Master degree 
  • For students without three years relevant work experience, a total of 12 (eight point) subjects are required to complete the MBA. 
About CSU’s MBA program

With a focus on the fundamentals of the key business areas, CSU's MBA will provide you with the opportunity to engage with the latest management theories and cutting edge business practice. It is this focus on sound management theory, along with the latest findings from industry, that equips our graduates with the critical skills necessary to become a more effective manager and a future business leader. 

Other articulation arrangements for graduate certificate students 

CSU and Sheridan have also developed an articulation arrangement from the International Business Graduate Certificate, and the Human Resource Management Graduate Certificate, into the Master of Human Resource Management. 

Graduate students can apply to study the Master of Human Resource Management program with CSU by distance education, and will receive the following credit transfer package: 
  • Credit for four (eight point) subjects, which is equivalent to six months full time study 
  • Students are only required to complete eight (eight point) subjects to graduate with the Masters degree 
Study sessions

At CSU, distance education students have the option of studying three sessions per year for the MBA and the Master of Human Resource Management. Below are session details and commencement dates: 
  • Session 1 - commences in February 
  • Session 2 - commences in July 
  • Session 3 - commences in November
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