The School of Business IT and Logistics, situated in Melbourne’s Central Business District.
It’s one of six schools within the College of Business and recognised throughout the Asia Pacific region as a leader in the provision of education for the information systems, business IT, librarianship, and in logistics and supply chain management professions.
Creating business systems professionals
There are natural synergies between information technology and logistics disciplines. RMIT recognises that together they are transforming the way we conduct business and their grouping in our School provides new frontiers for learning, teaching and research.
The School welcomes collaboration with business, government and professional communities both nationally and internationally for mutual benefit in research and development, education programs and commercial returns.
I look forward to meeting you at the RMIT School of Business IT and Logistics.
Professor Caroline Chan Head of School, Professor of Business IT and Supply Chain Management.
About the School
We are committed to providing our students with skills and capabilities that are not only useful in the local Australian context but are relevant to the undoubtedly global world of business.
What sets us apart as a community of academics and researchers is our commitment to undertaking teaching and research relevant to the real needs of business, government, other organisations and communities which adds value from the smart use of business systems.
We address real business and community problems by offering quality education, research, training and consulting which is recognised by our graduates and industry as amongst the best in the world.
The School of Business IT and Logistics School Executive comprises five members.
School Advisory Committee
The School of Business IT and Logistics School Advisory Committee is made up of nine members.
Where relevant, programs offered by the School of Business IT and Logistics have professional accreditation from:
- Australian Computer Society (ACS)
- Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA)
- Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS)
- Records and Information Management Professionals Australasia (RIMPA)
- The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport Australia Incorporated (CILTA)
BITL programs address the challenges of today’s fast-paced and increasingly complex business environment. They are designed to foster leadership and strategic thinking and help participants maximise their personal and professional capabilities.
Research in the School of Business IT and Logistics
New knowledge generated from research projects is disseminated via quality publications and the School has a strong record of achievement in PhD training with a current enrolment of 80 higher degree students.