As a manager, you’ll empower your organisation, and its people, to succeed. From providing strategic guidance, to supporting and motivating your team, you’ll make sure everything runs to plan.
The most important thing when you study management is to learn the skills that make you valuable to organisations the moment you graduate. And that’s something you can be sure of when you study with us. Thanks to our strong connections with industry, and our focus on developing graduates who are independent thinkers with practical skills, our graduates enjoy a consistently higher employment rate than the national average.
Management can lead to a career in a wide range of public and private occupations, and you could find yourself managing anything from a small not-for-profit to a team at an international enterprise.
“ACU provides students modern infrastructure and tools, and perfectly sized classes, which, along with experienced professors, deliver a professional course. Professors at ACU don’t just proceed with the traditional academic avenue that most universities do, but they encourage you to go above and beyond to learn and grow in the particular fields of study.”
Associate Professor Nasir Butrous is the National Deputy Head of the Peter Faber Business School. He has been a member of the Faculty Board for more than 10 years, a Campus Community Engagement Coordinator for five years, and a member of the University Senate for two years.
Associate Professor Butrous has been selected as an International Judge for the Global Enterprise Challenge Competition (GEC) for the last eight years. He has also been appointed by the federal and Queensland state governments as a member of the Regional Development Australia – Moreton Bay Board Committee for two terms.
Associate Professor Butrous’s research and special interest areas include management and leadership, organisational behaviour, strategic decision-making, women in management and leadership positions, and ethical business leadership.
It is a misconception that teenagers are the only ones who will benefit from attending Open Day.
At Open Day there are a lot of things to see and people to talk to. Here are a few essential Open Day events by faculty.
Books, fees, living expenses – costs can be a factor when considering study. But it shouldn’t stop you from pursuing your goals.
Luckily, we offer a range of scholarships to commencing and continuing students. They recognise everything from rewarding academic achievement to supporting equality. And with nearly 400 scholarships on offer, and the opportunity to apply for as many as you like, it pays to check your eligibility.
We believe great work that makes a positive impact should be recognised – and rewarded. So if you are regularly volunteering, we invite you to apply for our Community Achiever Program (CAP). If you are accepted into the program, you’ll receive an offer into an undergraduate degree as early as August. And you’ll become part of ACU’s CAP community.