A Practical MBA infused with Business Design Thinking: Empowering aspiring managers to lead change with innovation.
"CEO Magazine 2017 Global MBA Rankings rated RMIT Online MBA 14th in the world."
The Master of Business Administration provides recent graduates with the opportunity to acquire contemporary business knowledge and skills to take up leadership roles with private, public and non-for-profit organisations. This degree will provide you with the necessary knowledge and skills to manage the operational needs of organisations by interpreting and negotiating processes for the financing, production and marketing of goods and/or services, and contributing to strategic management. You will be provided with various opportunities to employ business design thinking to provide innovative solutions to contemporary business problems.
This degree provides learning experiences to apply management theories and concepts across core business operations. You will be involved in a variety of face-to-face and online learning activities, which include lectures, simulations and other experiential activities, including seminars, individual and team presentations, preparing business reports and preparing and presenting business consulting projects. The degree also provides podcasts, video and discussion forums that are accessed online.
This degree emphasises practicalities and skills to address real work issues in contemporary business settings. The degree is a pathway to success in business for recent graduates with only a few years of working experience. MBA graduates can expect careers within a wide cross section of industries and organisations, mostly in private enterprises but including management consulting, the public sector and not for profits.
The capstone subject Business Consulting will give you the opportunity to critically reflect on this degree’s curriculum. The subject will promote the integration and synthesis of a range of knowledge and skills gained in the degree and the application of these in discipline related real-world scenarios leading to work readiness.