Become an impactful leader and be a step ahead in your industry with RMIT’s updated Master of Business Administration and Master of Commerce, designed to challenge and inspire.
Refreshed and revitalised for 2024, the Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Master of Commerce will allow you to take hold of your future with more control over your study options, greater opportunities to engage with industry and an enhanced practical learning experience.
With the power of choice, you can shape what’s next for your career.
Developing the leaders and the industry specialists of tomorrow, RMIT’s business courses are designed to match your ambition.
The revitalised MBA has sustainability, social impact and ethical practice at its core. Ranked top 10 in Oceania1, the MBA will equip you with a strong understanding of business fundamentals, a new perspective on problem-solving and a set of business skills that you can immediately apply in professional situations.
The flexible, student-centred approach to the Master of Commerce provides students greater choice over their study options, allowing you to choose a specialisation sequence from a range of business disciplines that aligns with your career aspirations.
In 2024, the MBA will target specialist knowledge and capabilities to stay ahead of the curve of technological advancements, trends and evolving business needs in areas such as nanotechnology, big data, data science, data analysis, digitalisation, AI and automation, sustainability, smart cities and circular economies.
The MBA features three new majors including:
Meanwhile, minors will expand from two to five, covering:
You can view the full list of majors and minors on the program page for the Master of Business Administration.
The overhaul to the Master of Commerce program structure will see students complete four compulsory core foundation and four major courses in Year 1, while in Year 2, students undertake four major courses, three electives and one capstone subject.
With majors including business analytics, international business, blockchain in business and the choice of nine minors, you’ll gain the skills required to excel in high-level managerial and consulting roles anywhere in the world.
You can view the full list of majors and minors on the program page for the Master of Commerce.
The refreshed MBA includes the opportunity to take internships and research courses. You could join the ranks of MBA students who have worked on projects with industry partners such as:
Opportunities such as these allow you to work directly with leading Australian brands on projects that make a real difference in people’s lives.
Built to enhance all professional and educational backgrounds, the highly student-centred Master of Commerce program incorporates industry engagement with an all-new capstone subject, Global Digital Business Project. Leveraging RMIT’s industry partners, including DiDi and ANZ, the course is centred around an authentic industry-based project, which students work in groups to solve.
Additionally, when you undertake a Master of Commerce at RMIT, you can participate in exchange programs and global intensives designed to combine overseas travel and cultural experience with coursework, exposing you to a world of opportunity.
RMIT’s business programs are designed to empower you to achieve your career goals, broadening your industry opportunities and building transferable skills so you can take that next step.
Story: Jacqueline Guldon
1QS MBA Rankings 2023
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Acknowledgement of Country
RMIT University acknowledges the people of the Woi wurrung and Boon wurrung language groups of the eastern Kulin Nation on whose unceded lands we conduct the business of the University. RMIT University respectfully acknowledges their Ancestors and Elders, past and present. RMIT also acknowledges the Traditional Custodians and their Ancestors of the lands and waters across Australia where we conduct our business.