MBA for CIPS Chartered Status

The Master of Business Administration is for those aspiring to senior management level, those already in senior management wanting to realise their full potential, or those who are self-employed looking for the business skills they need to succeed.

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This MBA pathway is accredited by the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS) as a route to CIPS Chartered Status.

CIPS Chartered Status is an advanced membership designation for CIPS members (MCIPS) and fellows (FCIPS) seeking further professional development and recognition as Chartered Procurement and Supply Professionals.

To fulfill the academic requirements for Chartered Status (or CIPS student membership), you must successfully complete the MBA programme, including these papers:

  1. MGMT851 Supply Chain Management
  2. MGMT841 Negotiation OR MGMT855 Procurement Management
  3. BUSS995 Applied Business Project, on a procurement and supply related theme.

To find out more about the requirements for CIPS Chartered Status, see the CIPS website and CIPS brochure.

Students enrolled in this MBA pathway who are not existing CIPS members are eligible for complementary CIPS student membership.To find out about CIPS membership visit the CIPS website.To apply for complementary CIPS student membership download an application form and submit this to CIPS Australasia.

Last updated: 06-Sep-2016 11.28am

The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.