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Master of Business Law
The Master of Business Law is a contemporary business degree, which will assist you to analyse and address the wide range of legal issues which can arise in professional business practice. The course focuses on current legal issues, and will prepare you for the growing range of job opportunities across Australia and Asia, where knowledge of commercial law and the legal environment is necessary.
The course has been designed to give you a well-rounded education in contemporary business issues such as taxation, workplace relations, governance, international trade and investment. The program also enables you to complete Commercial Law units from the Faculty of Law.
Master of Business (Science and Technology)
Master of Business (Science and Technology) is a unique course designed to give you the skills and experience to commercialise scientific and technical knowledge. The course focuses on a mix of legal and business issues, drawing on subjects from across the Faculty of Law and the Faculty of Business and Economics.
The course is offered in collaboration with the Monash Asia Pacific Centre for Science and Wealth Creation, which works with scientists, students and business people throughout the Asia-Pacific region on the transformation of science into wealth. As part of your studies you will participate in projects specifically developed to teach you how to manage and commercialise cutting-edge medical, scientific and technology projects.
Double master’s degrees
- Master of Business (Accounting)/Master of Business Law
- Master of Professional Accounting/Master of Business Law