This single subject is suitable for leaders and managers in higher education institutes, as well as academics in leadership roles.
You will be involved in context based discussions, so it is highly desirable that you are currently engaged in tertiary education in some way.
- Subject structure
This subject is delivered entirely online. On average, each subject requires 18-22 hours of study per week. However, the time will vary based on individual task management and planning skills, familiarity with the material, reading style and speed.
You can choose to undertake either the non-assessed or assessed mode.
In the non-assessed mode, you will undertake and finish the compulsory components only. These are made up of four discussion board tasks and three webinars held at set times.
In the assessed mode, you first undertake and finish the compulsory components, i.e. the four discussion board tasks and three webinars held at set times. You then submit a 3000-word essay at the end of the subject.
If you successfully complete the assessed mode, you gain 12.5 credit points which will be credited towards our Master of Tertiary Education (Management) or Graduate Certificate programs.
Please contact us if you would like more information about how this matriculation process works.
- Subject code and dates
Subject code: MGMT90247
Dates: 15 October – 9 December 2018
- Entry requirements
To satisfy our entry requirements you will need to have an undergraduate degree and be currently employed in the tertiary education sector.
- Fees and scholarships
The cost of studying this subject is:
Assessed mode: A$4,180
Non-assessed mode: A$3,352
To learn more about tuition fees or for more information on the cost of your chosen subject, contact us via phone or email on: +61 3 8344 0149 / email@example.com
Fees include course materials, but do not include text books (if applicable).
There are many subsidies and scholarships awarded by the University, based on a variety of criteria. Find out more about our scholarships.
- Learning outcomes
On completion, you should understand:
- The major factors that affect institutional quality assurances;
- The notion of a planning pyramid with long-term vision, medium-term strategic plans and shorter-term operational plans;
- How improvement can be made through evaluation in terms of review and monitoring within the institution;
- The difference between information comparison and benchmarking including choosing institutions or sub-areas for information comparison and for benchmarking.
How to apply
To apply for this subject or find out more, please head to the dedicated professional development single subject page.