About the course:

Study time commitment: Full Time

Learning style: Classroom

Who is the course for: Postgraduate

Course provider: Sydney business School - University of Wollongong

(CILT) Master of Science and Management

The Master of Science and Management is a postgraduate degree designed for current students or recent graduates seeking to establish or advance into a managerial role in the field of science.

Your degree

This two-year degree is comprised of four preparatory subjects focusing on practical skills, laboratory work, and science communication skills; a major area of study (48 credit points); plus: two core business subjects and two elective subjects to develop/enhance business acumen.

Major areas of study include:

  • Biotechnology
  • Chemistry
  • Earth and Environmental Sciences
  • Environmental Biology
  • Medicinal Chemistry

What you study

The program includes four core science subjects (Fundamentals of Science Communication, Fundamentals of Science Laboratories, Fundamentals of Science Data, Current Questions in Science); two core business subjects (Managing People in Organisations, Project Management); and the choice of an additional two business elective subjects from a prescribed list.

Candidates who hold appropriate qualifications and laboratory skills may be awarded advanced standing for the four preparatory science subjects.

My University

The Faculty of Science, Medicine and Health is a research-intensive faculty with vigorous programs in biological sciences, chemistry, earth and environmental sciences, indigenous health, international science, medical and exercise sciences, medicine, nursing, nutrition and dietetics and pre-medicine.

From 2010 to 2015, Faculty researchers secured research and innovation income worth almost $100M on projects as diverse as investigations of human evolution out of Asia, understanding climate change through the measurement of greenhouse and other trace gases in the southern hemisphere, and investigating the fundamental processes of life, one molecule at a time, through single-molecule biophysics.

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