Management

AccountingWhy do a short course in Management?

Enrolling in a single management subject is a good way to learn a new discipline, update your professional knowledge, enhance your qualifications or experience university before enrolling in a full degree. Some management subjects are available as single subjects.

Our Graduate School of Management’s Executive Education and Consultancy program provides high quality, professional management education programs, including professional consulting services, and customised in-house training. 

Course information

Local students

There are many subjects to choose from, across all Schools in the Faculty.

You can look up subjects via discipline in our subject database – see ‘prerequisites’ to determine your eligibility for the subjects that interest you. If you haven’t studied at university before, we recommend starting with first-year subjects.

How to apply

Apply direct to the Faculty using the single subject studies application form [PDF 413KB]
DOC version [207KB]

We usually accept applications until late February for commencement in Semester 1 (March) and mid to late July for commencement in Semester 2 (late July).

Important things to note
  • Not all subjects are offered each year, and changes may occur to subjects, fees, assessment and admission requirements. The University may also set limits on the number of students in a subject.
  • Enrolment is conditional on the recommendation of the relevant Head of School (or nominee) and Faculty Office approval. Approvals are not automatic and each faculty has the right to refuse admission to any applicant.

Fees

There’s a specified fee for each subject. To find out the cost of the subjects that interest you, look up subject code in our fee calculator, or contact the Faculty. You may also need to buy textbooks/reading materials.

Enquiries

If you have any queries, please feel free to call the Future Students Centre on 1300 135 045.

International students

There are many subjects to choose from, across all Schools in the Faculty.

You can look up subjects via discipline in our subject database – see ‘prerequisites’ to determine your eligibility for the subjects that interest you. If you haven’t studied at university before, we recommend starting with first-year subjects.

How to apply

Apply direct to the Faculty using the single subject studies application form [PDF 413KB] 
DOC version [207KB]

We usually accept applications until late February for commencement in Semester 1 (March) and mid to late July for commencement in Semester 2 (late July).

Important things to note
  • Not all subjects are offered each year, and changes may occur to subjects, fees, assessment and admission requirements. The University may also set limits on the number of students in a subject.
  • Enrolment is conditional on the recommendation of the relevant Head of School (or nominee) and Faculty Office approval. Approvals are not automatic and each faculty has the right to refuse admission to any applicant.
  • International students must meet appropriate study visa conditions.

Fees

International students can find course fee information on the international students site.

Enquiries

If you have any queries, please feel free to call La Trobe International on 03 9627 4805.   

Further information

Your study options

You can audit a single subject or enroll in it. Auditing means you can go to classes, but will not be assessed. This is a good option if you do not intend to apply for a degree program. Enrolling means you will also do assessment tasks.

Credit for studies

If you apply for a La Trobe course, you may get credit for single subjects you have successfully completed. Taking single subjects can be a pathway to university entry for non-school leavers.

Student and graduate profiles

Find out about the experiences of one of our Management students.

At La Trobe Shepparton everyone was always so helpful and friendly, and made my time there so enjoyable.

Ms Alysha Farren, Business, Economics and Law

About the academic staff

You'll get to meet a large number of academics during your course, from tutors through to lecturers. You can view all the staff from the Faculty of Business, Economics and Law or focus on staff in Management.

Management events

Science, Technology and Engineering Dean's Public Lecture

The July 2014 Dean's Public Lecture from the Faculty of Science, Technology and Engineering.

Browse all events