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This program is suited to students who already have significant working experience, or for those who want to extend studies in business and related disciplines by choosing from a range of second majors and minors to suit career or personal development goals.
The program consists of 24 courses (each 12 credit points) and includes:
- 8 compulsory common business core courses
- 8 marketing discipline major courses
- 8 flexible courses.
The 8 flexible courses may be selected from three options:
- a second business discipline major (8 courses)
- a compulsory business discipline minor (4 courses) plus second minor (any discipline)
- a compulsory business discipline minor (4 courses) plus 4 electives.
A second business major can be selected from:
- financial planning
- human resource management
- information systems
- international business
Business minors (PDF 201KB 14p) can be selected from the same disciplines as listed above, as well as behavioural business, business analysis, economics and finance, financial planning and taxation, human resource practice, IS security and risk management, law or the flexible business minor. Other minors can be selected from many disciplines offered across RMIT.
Popular study combinations with logistics (second majors or minors) include international business and economics and finance. However, many of our three-year students choose to undertake more specialised studies in logistics to enhance their career prospects.
Nearly 40 per cent of students who completed the degree in 2016 chose to study the global logistics and supply chain management minor. This minor covers topics in
- global trade operations
- enterprise information systems
- retail and service logistics
- transport economics
When planning your studies, you are advised to check which elective and minor courses are offered each year.
If you choose electives as your flexible courses, you may wish to consider business internship electives, global experience options such as internships or study tours, or BUSM4599 Business Skills for Start Ups, a course designed for students interested in starting up their own business, covering the stages from concept through to launch.
Plans are variations offered for a program such as specialisations, modes of delivery or location. Browse a plan to see the courses our students are currently studying.
Bachelor of Business (Logistics and Supply Chain Management)
3 years full-time or part-time equivalent
3 years full-time
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