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Master of Commerce and Management

  • Upcoming start dates

    Semester 2 - 19 Jul 2021

    Semester 1 - 21 Feb 2022

    Semester 2 - 18 Jul 2022

  • Qualification

    Research Master's

    Taught and Research Master's

  • Duration

    2 years full-time

  • Credits

    240

  • Location

    Lincoln University Campus

Lincoln University’s Master of Commerce and Management cultivates your potential through advanced knowledge of management, organisational behaviour, marketing, finance, accounting and economics. These same skills will also help you shape the opportunities and future of those around you.

The skills, disciplines and broad-based understanding of the leaders of various organisations, from businesses to sports clubs to government departments have a profound impact on the people that work alongside you.  The Master of Commerce and Management prepares you for the modern business world. The programme nurtures your capabilities and understanding of the theory and practical application needed to form perspectives and make decisions affecting the future of your organisation and all who work in it.

Programme information

Programme Structure

You’re required to complete 240 credits.  This is normally made up of 120 credits of taught courses (from the regulation schedules for the relevant Master’s degree) and a thesis worth 120 credits. Students enrolling in a thesis-only Master’s only need complete a minimum of 120 credits. 

The first year’s study provides preliminary research preparation. 

Electives

No fewer than 120 credits selected with the approval of the Academic Board, normally including QMET615. Plus Business Statistics, one from ECON614 or ACCT614, and four other courses chosen from the BCom (Hons) schedule. 

You can check out our courses to see what might interest you.

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Programme contacts

Christopher Gan

Professor Christopher Gan

Head of Department

[email protected]

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