The GCRM is designed to provide you with specialised knowledge and skills in applied research, research methodologies and methods such as literature review skills, critical thinking, action research and action learning, quantitative methods, or qualitative case study research. After completion of the GCRM you will be able to apply knowledge and skills in contexts requiring the design, implementation and evaluation of research projects based either in workplace, organisational or industry settings. Such projects would require sound independent judgment, responsibility and accountability. You will be able to utilise your knowledge and skills in specialised evidence-based projects in the private, public or not-for-profit sectors or in the management of your own business.
The GCRM comprises of 4 subjects (equivalent to 40 credit points), 2 subjects at AQF Level 8 and 2 subjects at AQF Level 9.
The GCRM provides a pathway to the Master of Management, and is an exit point of the Doctor of Business Administration and the Doctor of Philosophy.
You must meet one of the following Academic Qualifications criteria to enter:
A Bachelor Degree (AQF Level 7); OR A Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) with a minimum score of 550 and at least 3 years relevant work experience.
English language requirements must be met. For all admission requirements, please review the GCRM Course Brief.
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Apply for the GCRM here.