OVERVIEW

The Online Graduate Diploma in Management (GDM) represents the second stage of the AIB MBA following the completion of the Graduate Certificate in Management (GCM) and consists of four additional subjects. A prestigious qualification within itself, this milestone represents that the student is only a short time away from achieving the MBA. The GDM explores strategic business and management skills and knowledge in greater breadth and depth.

AIB’s Online GDM is a highly recognised postgraduate diploma. It’s specifically designed for busy working adults, so it’s delivered 100% online with interactive, bite-sized content. The GDM offers genuine flexibility, industry insights, practical skills and the support you need to achieve your career goals.

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Why study with us

You’ll study anywhere, anytime with our GDM while getting an exceptional education. Our interactive Student Learning Portal is a complete digital resource for all your learning needs, offering genuine flexibility.

Your GDM in the real world

Your GDM in the real world

With a focus on practical learning, everything you learn during the GDM will be relevant to real-world business scenarios. You’ll apply new knowledge straight into your workplace and see theories come to life.

Learn from the best in business

Learn from the best in business

Our Online Facilitators and Industry Guest Lecturers are experts in their fields, having either years of teaching experience or practical experience from high performing businesses. You’ll gain a unique understanding of how GDM theories and principles are applied and add tangible value to your learning.

Don’t pay for things you don’t need

Don’t pay for things you don’t need

Our internationally recognised GDM is highly affordable as we don’t have the usual expenses of maintaining campuses and lecture theatres. Instead, we invest in where it matters most – in high quality education, high calibre academic teams, student support services and AIB’s innovative Student Learning Portal.

Study anywhere, anytime

Study anywhere, anytime

With 100% online learning and monthly start dates, it has never been easier to fit study into your life. We’ve found innovative ways to make studying subjects fit around you. Our interactive and innovative Student Learning Portal provides the resources and support you’ll need to successfully complete your GDM studies.

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COURSE STRUCTURE

AIB’s Online GDM; structured for success.

A GDM is a journey. Sometimes you take the fast-track; sometimes you need to slow down. Our flexible study options help you achieve your dreams at your own pace. You’ll study each subject over eight weeks, with assessments along the way and a week to reflect and recharge. You can choose to accelerate your career by studying up to two subjects at once when life allows, subject to meeting our eligibility criteria.

And if life’s commitments get in the way of your study, you can stop and start again when it suits you.


  • Duration

    Duration You can complete the GDM in as little as 16 months (Including the GCM stage).


  • Time commitments

    We anticipate that you will spend about 150 hours per subject (or about 20 hours per week) to complete your GDM – but this depends on you, as everyone has different levels of experience and education.


  • There for you

    When you enrol with AIB, you’ll be supported by our skilful team of over 130 academic, student support and professional staff, who will be with you every step of your GDM journey. So you’ll never feel like you’re doing it alone.

GDM – The second stage of your MBA

Graduate Diploma in Management (GDM) is the second stage of the AIB MBA after completing the Graduate Certificate in Management stage (GCM).

Keeping you motivated

You’ll complete each subject over eight weeks, which contains a mix of interactive assessments, including, but not limited to, assignments, quizzes, evaluated forum participation and time-bound tests and one week to reflect and recharge.

You will also benefit from knowing due dates two weeks before commencing each subject, so you can pre-plan your studies around your family life and work commitments.

8 week model diagram

*The above timeline is an example only – assessment mix may change from subject to subject.

Subjects

On top of our GCM course, students are required to complete additional 4 subjects; these could be either core or elective/specialisation subjects. Some subjects have prior knowledge requirements, which is why core subjects are recommended for completion first. If students are studying a specialisation MBA, they will be required to complete specialisation subjects rather than any elective subject.

Corporate Governance

This subject examines the development, concepts, and significance of the concepts and practice of Corporate Governance, and organisational governance within the context of organisational capacity building. Topics covered include: the governance partnership (investors, companies and directors); regulatory frameworks to ensure good governance; theory and principles of corporate governance; director capabilities and responsibilities; ethics; ethical behaviour in organisations, and corporate social responsibility.

On completion of this subject participants should be able to:

  • Demonstrate in-depth understanding of the various concepts, frameworks and practices of corporate governance and ethical behaviour in organisations.
  • Explain and critique the policy and regulatory framework of corporations.
  • Explain the impact of corporate governance and sustainability issues on the roles and responsibilities of managers, directors, stakeholders and shareholders.
  • Explain the levels and types of risk that relate to effective corporate governance.
  • Identify key corporate governance and ethical issues affecting organisational performance.
  • Apply corporate governance skills and knowledge to demonstrate autonomy, expert judgement, adaptability and responsibility as an effective business practitioner.
Financial Management

This subject aims to prepare students for effective and efficient planning and management of financial resources in organisations. The subject introduces how a manager can utilise accounting and finance systems in decision-making. Topics covered include: balance sheets, income statements, cash flow statements, financial statement analysis, basic cost management concepts, basics of budgeting, working capital and current assets management, managing inventories, time value of money and valuing bonds and shares, risk and return of financial assets, basic capital investment issues, capital structure and financing including the cost of capital.

On completion of this subject participants should be able to:

  • Demonstrate understanding of the main accounting and finance concepts used in financial decision making.
  • Discuss the relationships between costs, volume and profit in decision making.
  • Describe the importance, role and main techniques of financial management within an organisation.
  • Analyse and interpret financial reports.
  • Evaluate quantitative and qualitative information to assess risk in business decisions.
  • Value securities.
  • Apply basic accounting and finance knowledge to decision making in an actual workplace unit, department or organisation.
Operations Management

The aim of this subject is to provide an in-depth knowledge of issues critical for the efficient and effective operation of organisations. Topics covered include: the concept of operations and process management; network design and capacity planning; process design; supply chain management; inventory management; resource planning; quality management.

On completion of this subject participants should be able to:

  • Demonstrate understanding of operations and process management concepts and frameworks.
  • Discuss the complexities of and relationships between supply network design, capacity planning, process design, inventory management, resource management for the supply network.
  • Critically discuss the role of operations and process management in developing efficient and effective organisations.
  • Analyse the effectiveness of operations and processes within as well as between organisations and identify improvements.
  • Apply knowledge about operations and process management concepts and recommend cost-effective improvements in a workplace setting.
Strategic Human Resource Management

The subject is designed to provide understanding of the formal relationship between the employer and the employee and of the techniques and methods aimed at making that relationship more effective so that organisational goals and objectives are achieved. Topics covered include: definition of strategic HRM; the legal environment; workforce planning, recruitment and selection; training and development; performance management; compensation.

On completion of this subject participants should be able to:

  • Discuss the concept of human resource management as a strategic function in the organisation including its impact on competitive advantage.
  • Demonstrate understanding of HR planning, job design, recruitment and selection, employee retention, performance management and the role of training, personal development, compensation and remuneration practices.
  • Understand SHRM in a global environment.
  • Demonstrate understanding of contemporary government regulations/HRM frameworks.
  • Identify work flows in organisational units including relevant tasks, roles and jobs.
  • Develop components of a basic human resource plan.
  • Apply human resource management concepts to an actual workplace.
Strategic Management*

This subject provides an in-depth knowledge of the strategic management process and gives an exposure to the concepts and theories of competing in international markets. Topics covered include: strategy development; the external environment; an organisation’s competitiveness; generic competitive strategies; competing in international markets; groups of businesses.

Pre-requisites: May normally be undertaken only after completing at least four core subjects.

On completion of this subject participants should be able to:

  • Demonstrate advanced understanding of the theoretical concepts and frameworks of strategic management.
  • Critically discuss strategy formulation and how to effectively implement strategy.
  • Critically analyse and evaluate an organisation’s vision, mission and statement of values.
  • Carry out an environment analysis using several strategic management tools.
  • Evaluate competitive strategies for various organisational settings.
  • Apply strategic management concepts and frameworks to a specific workplace setting.
  • Formulate a strategic plan for a business unit or department.
Project Management

This subject provides the skills and knowledge required to plan, manage and close projects that achieve the goals and objectives on time, within cost and to the quality required, regardless of the line of business or industry. Topics covered include: project lifecycle; scope management and work breakdown structure; project scheduling using the critical chain approach; project resourcing; project control: planning and managing project risks; performance measurement and managing project teams.

On completion of this subject participants should be able to:

  • Critically discuss the nature and scope of project management in modern organisations.
  • Demonstrate advanced understanding of the principles and techniques of project management.
  • Construct project scheduling networks and present these using relevant project graphics.
  • Identify a project’s risk factors and apply appropriate project risk management concepts and tools to address risk.
  • Utilise principles of project cost estimating, cost analysis and control in projects.
  • Apply contemporary project management concepts to industry and organisational project.
Entrepreneurial Management
Entrepreneurship

This course provides advanced understanding of the entrepreneurial mind-set. Entrepreneurs are pioneers, innovators, leaders and inventors. They are catalysts for change who shape the competitive global marketplace and have significant impact on our global economy. Topics covered include: the practice of entrepreneurship, how to foster an innovative work environment in addition to being able to formulate, develop, grow, manage and commercialise ideas through business creation.

It is recommended that Entrepreneurship is studied before New Venture Creation. Entrepreneurship develops the entrepreneurial mindset while New Venture Creation is the practical planning of a new venture.

On completion of this subject participants should be able to:

  • Demonstrate in-depth understanding of the main concepts and frameworks relevant to entrepreneurship (including Corporate Entrepreneurship, Family Business and Social Entrepreneurship).
  • Distinguish between creativity and innovation, and explain how to develop each in an organisation and in oneself.
  • Discuss the assessment and implementation of entrepreneurial opportunities including challenges, pitfalls, and methodologies.
  • Identify and explain the challenges associated with each phase in the life cycle of an entrepreneurial business.
  • Appraise how a government can foster entrepreneurship.
  • Apply knowledge and skills to an entrepreneurial organisation or organisational unit.
New Venture Creation

This subject will assist students in understanding how to recognise an entrepreneurial idea and convert this into a viable, revenue generating business. Topics covered include: opportunity identification, preparation of business plan, financing an entrepreneurial venture, identifying recogproblems and risks, and harvesting.

It is recommended that Entrepreneurship is studied before New Venture Creation. Entrepreneurship develops the entrepreneurial mindset while New Venture Creation is the practical planning of a new venture.

On completion of this subject participants should be able to:

  • Demonstrate in-depth understanding of the new venture creation process from opportunity identification to harvesting.
  • Critically discuss the challenges associated with rapid growth and harvesting.
  • Develop and prepare main elements of a business plan for a new venture.
  • Identify appropriate financial strategies for a new venture.
  • Apply new venture creation concepts and techniques to start-up or new venture.
International Business

This subject explores how and why countries trade with and invest in each other, and the global monetary system. It examines the strategies and structures of international businesses and assesses the special roles of an international business’s various functions. It also provides a critical approach that presents the arguments for and against economic theories, government policies, business strategies, organisational structures, and their managerial implications.

On completion of this subject participants should be able to:

  • Demonstrate advanced understanding of concepts, theories and frameworks relating to international business and globalisation.
  • Compare various modes for entering international markets.
  • Identify and evaluate alternative globalisation strategies.
  • Plan an exporting and/or importing entry strategy.
  • Apply concepts and theory of globalisation to the international strategy of an organisation or industry.
Finance
Corporate Finance*

The objective of the subject is to provide an integrated framework and analytical tools that are used by the firm managers to make financial decisions that improve firm value. The topics covered include the concept of time value of money, simple and sophisticated capital budgeting techniques, valuations of bonds and shares, estimation of cost of capital, optimal capital structure, and firm payout policy.

Pre-requisites: Financial Management

On completion of this subject participants should be able to:

  • Demonstrate understanding of advanced corporate finance theories and concepts.
  • Compute and evaluate capital budgeting techniques.
  • Identify applicable corporate finance theories for securities valuation.
  • Evaluate and make recommendations on the performance of capital investment projects.
  • Apply corporate finance concepts and techniques to business environments.
Financial Markets & Institutions*

This subject presents a detailed overview of the features of the Australian financial system and enables an in-depth understanding of complex institutions, markets, and securities that form the basis of modern financial and monetary systems. The subject covers banking, payment systems, financial regulators and institutions, fundamentals of fund management as well as money and capital markets.

Pre-requisites: Financial Management

On completion of this subject participants should be able to:

  • Demonstrate advanced understanding of major concepts relating to financial markets.
  • Identify the risks faced by authorised deposit-taking institutions.
  • Compute bond investment yield.
  • Value debt and equity.
  • Apply financial markets concepts and theory to real world scenarios.
Investment Management*

The objective of the subject is to provide comprehensive theoretical and practical knowledge on investment management. The subject covers major theoretical concepts, namely, modern portfolio theory, diversification, and equilibrium models of security prices. The subject also includes macroeconomic and industry analysis, pricing of main financial derivatives, and evaluation of portfolio performance.

Pre-requisite: Financial Management

On completion of this subject participants should be able to:

  • Demonstrate advanced knowledge about investment concepts, issues and theory (including investment steps, investment strategies, structure of interest rates, bond portfolios).
  • Distinguish between active and passive investment strategies.
  • Price option and futures contracts.
  • Predict the impact of changes in fiscal and monetary policies on key macroeconomic variables such as interest rate.
  • Identify undervalued/overvalued securities.
  • Construct an efficient portfolio.
  • Evaluate portfolio performance.
Human Resource Management
Organisational Learning and Development

This subject aims to develop the knowledge and skills to support and critically evaluate contemporary organisational learning and development practices. Topics covered include e-learning, workforce planning and HR metrics, talent management, coaching and mentoring, and its application in the workplace. Students will gain an understanding of how organisations:

– Proactively respond to contemporary challenges such as artificial intelligence, robotics, machine learning and platform work within the learning ecosystem, and

– Foster capabilities for the development of human capital for a sustained competitive advantage.

On completion of this subject participants should be able to:

  • Demonstrate advanced understanding of organisational learning and development and its application in practice.
  • Demonstrate advanced understanding of human resource metrics and its application to organisational learning and development.
  • Critically analyse coaching and mentoring theory and its application to the organisational learning environment.
  • Create a proposal to effectively communicate an evidence-based HRD initiative to address future directions in professional practice.
Managing People in a Global Context*

In the context of the multinational enterprise (MNEs) this subject explores how globalisation has influenced and impacted human resource management practices. Topics include: the cultural context of international HRM (IHRM), cross-border alliances, human resource planning, international performance management, training and development, career management, compensation, industrial relations in the global institutional context, and future trends in IHRM.

Pre-requisites: Strategic Human Resource Management

On completion of this subject participants should be able to:

  • Demonstrate in-depth understanding of main concepts involved in HRM in a global context.
  • Critically discuss IHRM approaches in the context of various international business strategy approaches.
  • Discuss the complexity of aligning the HRM architecture (including HR planning, recruitment and selection, performance management, training and development, and compensation management) within an organisation operating internationally.
  • Identify the IHRM challenges faced by organisations operating internationally and make appropriate recommendations to mitigate these challenges.
  • Analyse how culture, diversity and differing industrial relations environments impact multinational enterprises and their respective IHRM practices.
  • Apply IHRM concepts to human resource challenges of an organisation operating in a global context and identify recommendations for improvement.
Managing Change*

This subject focuses on organisation change: why it occurs, how it occurs, how it can be managed, and what forms it can take. The complexities of change present real challenges for managers and leaders, and hence, challenges for managers and leadership in times of change are also addressed. Topics include: understanding change; strategy and change; change tools; new organisational forms; HRM and change; leadership and change; resistance to change; measuring change.

Pre-requisites: Strategic Human Resource Management

On completion of this subject participants should be able to:

  • Demonstrate in-depth understanding of the concepts, theory and frameworks relating to organisational change (including resistance to change and the challenges for managers).
  • Identify the impacts of substantial organisational change on the individual and analyse the options available to management to assist transition.
  • Examine theory pertinent to leadership of change and leadership diversity.
  • Critically discuss the issues relating to measuring and evaluating change programs.
  • Critically discuss organisational change ‘interventions’ and how they impact on organisations.
  • Apply change management concepts to an issue in an actual workplace and provide recommendations for improvement.
Marketing Management
Consumer Behaviour*

The subject highlights the importance of consumer behaviour concepts and theories in understanding the consumer decision making process. The subject addresses knowledge and analytical skills to assess the influence of internal factors (i.e. the consumer as an individual) and external factors (i.e. the consumer in social and cultural settings) in consumer decision making.

Pre-requisites: Marketing Management

On completion of this subject participants should be able to:

  • Demonstrate detailed understanding of the concepts of consumer behaviour.
  • Understand the role of social media in consumer decision making.
  • Segment and select appropriate target markets for a product or service.
  • Critically analyse the influence of internal factors (i.e. relating to the consumer as an individual) such as motivation, perception, learning and memory, personality and emotion, and attitude on consumer decision making.
  • Critically analyse the influence of external factors (i.e. relating to the consumer in social and cultural settings) such as social class, culture, groups and society on consumer decision making.
  • Apply consumer behaviour concepts in the marketing process, particularly in the development of marketing mix strategies.
  • Apply the consumer decision making process to various marketing scenarios.
Integrated Marketing Communication*

This subject is designed to provide an understanding of the integrated marketing communication/promotion process. Topics addressed include: the role and development of advertising in the integrated marketing communications programme (IMC) of an organisation; various IMC tools used in contemporary marketing, including advertising, direct marketing, Internet and interactive marketing, sales promotion, publicity and public relations (including sponsorship), and personal selling.

Pre-requisites: Marketing Management

On completion of this subject participants should be able to:

  • Demonstrate advanced understanding of integrated marketing communication concepts and their importance and role in the marketing process.
  • Critically discuss the process of developing a strategic integrated marketing communications programme and each of its phases.
  • Compare and contrast the main components of marketing communication.
  • Plan and develop a new, or evaluate an existing, marketing communications programme.
  • Propose appropriate promotional tools as part of an integrated marketing communications programme.
  • Apply appropriate concepts and techniques to develop an integrated marketing communication programme for a product, service or corporate identity.
New Product Management*

The objective of this subject is to provide in-depth knowledge of new product management from conception through development to the launch of a new product or service. Topics covered include: the new products process; planning for new products; generating product ideas; concept evaluation; financial analysis for new products. It complements other subjects in the MBA program such as Entrepreneurship (9002ENT), Marketing Management (8002MMGT) and Operations Management (8004OMGT).

Pre-requisites: Marketing Management

On completion of this subject participants should be able to:

  • Demonstrate in-depth understanding of new product development concepts and frameworks and be able to relate these to both physical products and to services.
  • Critically discuss the new product development process and the various phases in the process.
  • Identify appropriate sales forecasting and financial analysis techniques to be used in new product development processes.
  • Identify the public policy issues associated with new product management, including product recall, product liability and intellectual property protection.
  • Identify opportunities for new products, generate new product ideas and evaluate product concepts.
  • Develop a new product protocol.
  • Apply new product management concepts to analyse product innovation in an actual organisation.
Logistics and Supply Chain Management
International Business

This subject explores how and why countries trade with and invest in each other, and the global monetary system. It examines the strategies and structures of international businesses and assesses the special roles of an international business’s various functions. It also provides a critical approach that presents the arguments for and against economic theories, government policies, business strategies, organisational structures, and their managerial implications.

On completion of this subject participants should be able to:

  • Demonstrate advanced understanding of concepts, theories and frameworks relating to international business and globalisation.
  • Compare various modes for entering international markets.
  • Identify and evaluate alternative globalisation strategies.
  • Plan an exporting and/or importing entry strategy.
  • Apply concepts and theory of globalisation to the international strategy of an organisation or industry.
Integrated Logistics Management*

This subject provides students with in-depth knowledge of the concepts and practise of integrated logistics management including the contribution that logistics makes to the effectiveness of the supply chain. The subject focuses on the management and control of the positioning and the flow of goods and services within the supply chain infrastructure. Topics include: customer relationship management, procurement, integrated logistics operations, supply chain design.

On completion of this subject participants should be able to:

  • Demonstrate advanced understanding of logistics management concepts and describe the role of logistics operations in modern business systems.
  • Explain organisational logistics objectives and know how to measure their operational and financial performance.
  • Describe the complexities of and understand how to manage integration of logistics operations in local, global and virtual synchronised supply chains.
  • Define and explain the role and objective of logistics management in facilitating customer service in the supply chain.
  • Analyse and address complex logistics management problems in areas of inventory, transportation, warehousing and materials handling.
  • Design and improve logistics operations for cost effectiveness, performance, and competitive advantage.
  • Apply logistics management concepts and theories to recommend improvement to a local company’s logistics operation.
Strategic Supply Chain Management*

This subject provides in-depth knowledge of the concepts and practice of strategic supply chain management. Strategic supply chain management is largely concerned with the supply infrastructure and the long-term strategic relationship management needed to facilitate the critical competitive logistics flows through the supply system. Topics include the design, management and control of systems and networks of supply that connect organisations with their suppliers and customers.

Pre-requisites: Operations Management

On completion of this subject participants should be able to:

  • Demonstrate advanced understanding of supply chain management concepts, frameworks and systems and their role in modern organisations.
  • Critically discuss the importance of and various forms of collaboration, strategic alliances, strategic fit and alignment, supplier integration in supply chains.
  • Explain how to recognise, evaluate and manage supply chain risk.
  • Contribute to the design of an effective strategic supply chain network.
  • Apply strategic supply chain management concepts and theories to supply chain problems in a practical setting.

 

* When scheduling your timetable, please note that some subjects have pre-requisites that must be successfully completed prior to commencing the subject.

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Rather than expect you to fit around us, we’ve found innovative ways to make our subjects fit around you.

100% online learning

Our innovative Student Learning Portal is your ultimate digital resource for everything you’ll need to successfully complete your GDM with the flexibility to access your learning materials, videos, podcasts and other multimedia. You’ll engage with fellow students and have key concepts explained by your Online Facilitators in webinars and forums.

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AFFORDABLE COURSE FEES

Invest in your personal and professional career.

The GDM is highly affordable, without sacrificing the high quality of education as our tuition is 100% online.

In addition to our highly affordable course fees, we are FEE-HELP approved for students who are Australian citizens or those who hold appropriate visas. We also offer instalment options, so that your MBA remains an investment and not a liability.

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2020 Course fees (AUD)

Each subject will require a textbook or eTextbook, costing between $50-$200 each

 

1. Course fees applicable as of 1st Jan 2020. Course fees for the remainder of 2019 are $2,725 per subject.

How does AIB offer such an affordable programme?

As an online provider, we don’t have the expense of maintaining campuses and lecture theatres, so you won’t pay for things you don’t need. Instead, we invest in quality education and academic teams, student support services and innovative technological advancements.

Affordability that delivers what you need, not what you don’t.

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ACCREDITED & RECOGNISED

Delivered by the Australian Institute of Business, a globally recognised institution that caters specifically to working adults, AIB’s MBA is fully accredited by the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) within the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) and is internationally recognised. 

AIB’s graduates are seen by employers as valuable leaders that drive business growth.

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  • The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) 
  • Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP)
  • Graduate Management Association of Australia (GMAA) 

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The best in ASX employ the best from AIB. Our alumni work for 65% of ASX 100 listed companies.

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We were Australia’s first private provider accredited to offer the full range of business degrees, including Master of Business Administration, Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) and the prestigious Doctor of Philosophy (PhD).

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The Australian Institute of Business was recognised in 2015 as ‘Australia’s Most Influential Brand’ on LinkedIn, and recognised in 2016 as the third ‘Most Influential Educational Brand’ in the world.

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