|Business School / Provider||Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) University (Graduate School of Business and Law)|
|Commencements||January, March, May, July, September, October|
RMIT Online MBA Course Overview
The globally recognised, accelerated RMIT online MBA program leverages RMIT’s strengths in technology, innovation and design without compromising on traditional MBA areas of study such as leadership, strategy and cross-functional management. It offers electives and concentrations covering the latest advances in technology, digital trends, design thinking methodologies and authentic leadership informed by leading industry experts and world-class academics.
The RMIT online MBA isn’t just about thinking different, it’s about making different happen. In an increasingly uncertain world that is challenged by the complexities of Industry 4.0, the program encourages you to learn how to think on your feet and act on your thoughts. RMIT’s online MBA does not meet Australian student visa requirements and is not available to international students.
This program starts with a series of courses that introduce key business concepts, before building towards more complex projects that will allow you to showcase your understanding of corporate strategy and design-led thinking.
Students can complete an RMIT MBA program in two years part-time intensive mode.
The program is completed via a highly social, online learning platform that not only gives you access to current, industry-informed content but also connects you with academics and students across time zones.
RMIT Online MBA Course Structure
The RMIT MBA program consists of eight core and four elective courses. each course is seven weeks in duration. Students can choose electives from four concentration areas that align with industry demand. Unlike more traditional MBAs in Australia, you can tailor your degree to an area you’re passionate about and grow your leadership capabilities.
- Design Thinking for Business
- Leadership & Management
- Marketing for Managers
- Financial Analytics for Managerial Decisions
- Management of Technology and Innovation
- Business Data Analytics
- Business Consulting
Design Thinking electives
- Design Thinking Challenge: Discover and Define
- Design Thinking Challenge: Develop and Deliver
- Futures Thinking in Design
Technology and Innovation electives
- Digital Innovation
- Digital Entrepreneurship
- Digital Risk Management and Information Security
- Technology Futures
- People and Organisations
- Personal Branding and Authentic Leadership
- Leading in the Age of Digital Disruption
Project Management electives
- Introduction to Project Management
- Project Management Techniques
- Project Design for Quality
- Managing Project Teams
Full-time students complete four courses per study period, with classes typically held during the day. Part-time students complete two or more courses per study period with classes usually held in the evening. Collaboration is increasingly recognised by employers as a critical leadership skill.
- An Australian bachelor degree or equivalent, or higher level qualification, in a business (or related) discipline from a recognised tertiary institution with a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 1.0 (out of 4.0); or
- An Australian bachelor degree or equivalent, or higher level qualification, in a business (or related) discipline from a recognised tertiary institution and a GMAT overall minimum score of 550; or
- An Australian bachelor degree or equivalent in any discipline with a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 1.0 (out of 4.0) and a minimum of three years full-time equivalent management experience with supervisory responsibilities*; or
- The RMIT Graduate Certificate in Business Administration.
* Applicants will be required to submit a curriculum vitae (CV)