OUA10 - Master of International Business
Plan: MC192OUEXE - Master of International Business
Campus: Open Learning Australia
Program Learning Outcomes Statement
Students undertaking the Master of International Business will develop a body of knowledge in international business. The specific learning outcomes of this program relate to the development of knowledge and skills in research, operational leadership, cross-cultural competency, analytical and technical competency, problem-solving and effective communication. The application of these will be demonstrated through interactive and experiential learning activities, case studies and assessments.
- Demonstrate a critical understanding and mastery of the concepts, principles, theories, methods and contemporary practices of international business, including discipline-specific knowledge relating to areas such as sustainability, business ethics, global and local cultures, accounting, management, marketing, logistics and economics.
- Demonstrate a reflective and critical awareness of the legal, ethical, social, economic and environmental implications of business operations, processes and decisions.
- Apply technical, problem-solving and creative skills to provide contemporary international business perspectives and solutions to issues or problems in environments with high levels of complexity and uncertainty.
- Conduct and manage business activities across borders, cultures and communities ethically and sustainably.
- Design and conduct research based on specific problems or questions, analyse data and information generated from research, and disseminate and communicate findings to stakeholders.
- Employ communication skills to communicate clearly and persuasively, and to negotiate, consult, listen and engage with clients, employees and other stakeholders.
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